Also, Afghan war veteran Miguel Perez Jr. could be deported this week.
Also, Richard Roeper responds to his Ghostbusters haters.
Declared the nation’s most reliable movie critic, the Reader‘s film editor reflects on the foolishness of turning prose into numbers.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Monday, January 20
Chicago Sun-Times lays off photographer Jon Sall, who then wins awards.
I realize I’m biased, but there’s some really, really good stuff this week.
Could less star power and more depth save the Sun-Times?
The conflagration between Sergeant James Crowley and Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. in Cambridge, with added kindling compliments of the president, has served the pundits of America as the newest […]
Of course Mine That Bird and Summer Bird are related — no matter what turf experts tell Richard Roeper.
The silver lining to the parking meter sale: Richard Roeper can pick up his dry cleaning.
Notes on journalism’s past, present, and future prompted in part by a meeting held recently in Chicago.
Rolling it towards some overwhelming question: A lengthy blog post about the Chicago Journalism Town Hall.
The Trib is asking for your best local blog votes. Here’s a cheat sheet, and my pick for the worst.
The Chicago Film Critics Association has spoken.
Protecting its death-notices readers’ tender sensibilities, the Tribune edits out an appeal to vote Democratic.