Which restaurant to avoid in 1857, which bar to visit in 1979, where to buy cheap carpet in 1994
Contrary to Ben Hect’s immortal assertions
The annual Newberry Book Fair tie-in celebrates its 30th anniversary with the best of anti-lamestream stances.
Scott Jacobs is making little videos of the race for mayor in Chicago
Come to our election-night cabaret at the Hideout, featuring Alderman Will Burns, state rep Kelly Cassidy, and Matt Farmer, the singing lawyer with the big hit about Bruce Rauner.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Friday, May 9
The U. of C. pays tribute to Studs Terkel with a weekend-long festival of readings, screenings, and notable appearances.
Rick Kogan might be sentimental—just don’t call him a sentimentalist.
What’s on the Reader’s Agenda for Wednesday, March 27, 2013
“Vision and Voice” is the theme of the 17th annual Story Week Festival of Writers.
Is interestingness genetic?
Trouble in Chicago: Sun-Times adds Jenny McCarthy while Murdoch reported kicking tires of Tribune
Chicago is not one of the top ten literary cities, per National Geographic
Author and Public Radio commentator Peter Smith will read from his new memoir in the Chicago suburbs.
Chicago Tribune Friends of Anne Keegan gathered Sunday in the large backyard of the old house on North Paulina Street that she and Leonard Aronson made their home for close to 40 years to say goodbye to her. The sun shone, winds gusted, and rain fell and passed over, a weather offering appropriate to the […]