Previously of the Daily Beast and Fusion, culture and investigative reporter Sujay Kumar has been hired as managing editor for the print edition of the Reader. “The Reader has a rich history of doing two things I love: investigative work and culture reporting,” Kumar said. “I can’t wait to join the staff in Bronzeville and […]
Cliff Doerksen’s investigation into the decline of mince pie is the most delightful slice of food history you’ll read today.
Here’s an idea: State government and the paper should swap homes.
Inkwell crossword creator Ben Tausig says a fond farewell to loyal solvers.
In a New York Times op-ed piece at odds with its own illustration, columnist Charles Blow cites a dubious study of news venues.
As the New York Times has shown of late, there are errors and there are errors.
This week’s Chicagoan is Emily Stone, former resident of Antarctica.
The world according to the Trib’s Rex Huppke
Are the changing circumstances of women journalists changes for the better?
“By one means or another, our schools will be integrated,” federal judge Julius Hoffman said of Chicago schools in 1962. It was wishful thinking.
When push comes to shove, should laid-off journalists sue?
Are baseball predictions—and by extension our annual Golden BAT awards—falling out of fashion?
Al Jazeera America is hiring.
In a new memoir, journalist Michael Hainey explores the mystery of his father’s death.
As long as there isn’t one newspaper for the Web, we’ll be skimming just to find what we want to read. That’s where TL;DR helps.