The idea: The myth of JFK’s assassination ruined liberalism.
RIP Marshall Rosenthal, who launched the Reader‘s Hot Type column
The anything-goes era on the Internet won’t last forever if local federal judge Frank Easterbrook has anything to say about it.
Sun-Times Media Group vets, laid off without severance, recount their last day at work.
Can the strapped local media afford to celebrate themselves?
Does the “sad magazine” have anything to teach the miserable newspaper?
Man beats out machine for Hot Type’s annual Golden BAT award.
Advertisers might pay for the journalism—if consumers are willing to open up.
We’re staying together for the birds and the bunnies. Michigan State University researchers explain in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences that divorce is bad—for the environment. “The […]
True-life tales of the nobility of the courts
The Kachingle model: move freely about the Internet, pay only for the news you like, and tell your friends.
Lenny Kleinfeld’s first novel took five years to come out—but that’s faster than any of his screenplays have been made.
As alt-weeklies drop their funnies, is the end of a genre near?
Let’s talk about saving local journalism.
Is Chicago more complacent than other big cities?