In “Bobwatch,” for two glorious years, “Ed Gold” read the Tribune columnist so you didn’t have to.
Tag: Bob Greene
Take a stroll around Woodfield Mall circa 1982
Back in the heyday of malls, Esquire sent Bob Greene to the suburbs to observe a pair of teenage boys loitering in Schaumburg’s “cathedral of consumption.”
A century and change—there’s a new anthology of great Chicago sportswriting
Ron Rapoport publishes an anthology of Chicago sportswriting.
Bob Greene Between the Covers
The digital world is too much with us
Paul Galloway, former Sun-Times and Tribune reporter, dies and a newspaper generation in Chicago is diminished.
Like all our worst nightmares coming true at once
Pickett’s Charge/The View From Across the Street/In Loving Memory of a Real SOB
Pickett’s Charge Debra Pickett trembles on the cusp of stardom. She knows it; her readers know it, colleagues at the Sun-Times know it–though none have called to complain she’s a callow princess unfit to mop the floors at midnight (which is the sort of thing I heard years ago when Richard Roeper trembled on the […]