Veteran reporters speculate on their new post-buyout lives.
Lisagors drop ethics award but not ethics.
The legal saga of Alstory Simon may now hinge on whether his attorney was too cozy with the enemy.
As the Anthony Porter murder case gets a second look, here’s some background reading
The Trib got more than it bargained for with the story of a homeless substitute teacher.
The Chicago Tribune‘s terrific series on itself deserves book, HBO treatments.
The Internet is for aggregation! The least you can do is read some good shit
A new website is launched to spur a hunt for more victims of John Wayne Gacy
The Chicago Tribune sends off the clowns.
You might remember that, a few weeks ago, Michael Miner wrote about the Cameron Todd Willingham story, originally broken by Steve Mills and Maurice Possley of/then of the Tribune. More recently it was covered by the New Yorker, Bob Herbert, and many other people and publications. Anyway, now that the ball is back in Gov. […]
Do the news media need to be BFFs with the public to serve the public?
The New York Times, the New Yorker, the Long Island Lolita — the same rules apply to them all.
Gerould Kern, Don Hayner, Carol Marin, and Carl Bernstein, are among the panelists at a discussion of one of the hot topics of the moment staged by IFC TV: journalism and its troubles.
Amy Fisher surfaces at Chicago’s Admiral Theatre after a brief engagement in journalism
Sharon Keller, a Texas judge whose court was criticized by the Chicago Tribune in 2000, has been accused of discrediting the judiciary and may lose her job.