Studs was not only an oral historian, author, and radio legend but also an opinionated writer of letters to the editor.
Tag: John Callaway
That time in ’77 Jane Byrne and I were on TV together
As a young, mop-topped lad of 22, the Reader political columnist was on WTTW . . .
A different direction for WBEZ
A different direction for WBEZ: one with more listener-generated content and fewer paid contributors
The Business: A Museum in Sleep Mode
The Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies makes severe cuts, Powell’s Bookstores pares down its brick-and-mortar facilities, and John Callaway is remembered.
WTTW’s John Callaway dies suddenly.
One Newspaper Is Like One Horse
Can a town without competitive dailies really be a global city?
Terkel vs. Calloway
To the editors: Too much may be made of John Callaway’s confession (Reader, January 11). When asked why he neglected to name WFMT (his target) in his parable that appeared in the WTTW journal, Eleven, he explained, “It might look like I’m writing out of a vested interest.” (Callaway is, of course in the employ […]
Sun-Times: The Novel/WFMT: The Parable
Sun-Times: The Novel A whiff of scandal sells books. Unfortunately for Charles Dickinson’s new novel, Rumor Has It, now at your local bookstore, its whiff is pretty much undetectable beyond the confines of the Chicago Sun-Times. And the scandalized there all read the book last fall in galleys. “There must have been a dozen people […]