“Nice work, but you’re not ready,” Bob McCamant declared, after flipping through the portfolio of 16-by-20-inch black-and-white prints I had spent many darkroom hours creating. We sat in his office at Reader headquarters on Illinois Street, in 1986, the year I graduated from Columbia College. McCamant was one of the group of four who’d founded […]
What we’re reading, watching, listening to, etc., to pass the time.
Ride the Red Line for a cross-town series featuring both the city’s baseball teams.
Garry McCarthy gears up for a mayoral run by cussing out Sun-Times reporter Dan Mihalopoulos.
Also, Rauner won’t say whether he holds moral responsibility for veterans’ home deaths.
Also, the Blackhawks allowed Bryan Bickell to retire as a Blackhawk with a one-day contract.
The Chicago-born filmmaker’s astonishing documentary Dawson City: Frozen Time tells the story of one of the greatest film finds in history by using the discovery itself.
Also, an audit shows that Chicago’s pension crisis has gotten worse but the city has more cash.
Also, the New York Daily News slams Rahm’s “DUMB TRACK MIND.”
The broadcaster might have switched sides, but he’s beloved by everyone in the city.
Also, Obama is reportedly returning to Chicago for two events Wednesday.
Also, the University of Chicago advises incoming students about its “commitment to freedom of inquiry and expression” on campus, as opposed to “intellectual safe spaces.”
Also, CPS teachers confront Rauner over “virtually illiterate” comment.
The Cubs are the team to watch this year, but the upper deck at U.S. Cellular Field remains the best place to see a game.