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Special to Tribune NewspapersColumbia College's Open Doors Gala brought out more than 300 of our town's notables for a black-tie event at the college's Jeanne Gang-designed Media Production Center on Dec. 7. The sold-out evening honored John H. Bryan with the Chicago Legacy Award....
PARADISE, Pa. — On the day after Thanksgiving, the day on which millions of Americans turned their attention to shopping for bargains, a large family from Virginia decided to kick off the holiday season in a different way, with a trip back to an...
-------------------- UPDATE: A man who had disappeared from the Loop Macy's store Friday has been found safe and has been reunited with his family, police said. No other details were available. -------------------- Chicago police are asking for the...
About our club We are the Field Girls' Book and Social Club. The club started six years ago when we were all Marshall Field's employees. We have 15 members, but we have about eight members at each meeting. We meet at a member's home once every other...
Tags: Suzanne Collins
UPDATE: An eviction notice was spotted on Alain's door the week of Sept. 24 and calls to the restaurant have not been answered. Review: Alain's 1355 S. Michigan Ave. 312-922-1186 Rating: 2 (out of 4) Give it some time What happens when a Cameroon-...
Tags: Bars and Clubs, NoMI, Wines, Acadia, Charlie Trotter's
Where exactly to start? Cesar Juarez has had such a full and interesting life that one might begin telling his story during any of the 64 years he has spent on this planet. But let's start with the present, or, precisely, one recent late afternoon, as...
Tags: Justice System, Mexico, Arts, Ernie Banks, Photography
If Elaine Silets ever writes her autobiography — and we can only hope she does, and soon — it will have to be published in a couple of volumes. The woman has stories. Born in Chicago to a lawyer father (the Marx Brothers were among his...
If there ever was a year when Jeremy Piven could be excused for missing the annual Piven Theatre Workshop Gala — which benefits the theater his mother Joyce and late father Byrne founded in Evanston 41 years ago — it would be this one. The...
The Pump Room is back, baby. The ghosts of former habitues Frank Sinatra, Humphrey Bogart and untold others can revel in a revamped dining room that's as relevant for today's restaurant patron as the original Pump Room was for the celebrities of...
Tribune newspapersChicago suburbanites are one of the most important markets for the downtown hotels, and the Renaissance Chicago Downtown Hotel is offering a package tailored to those folks as the shopping season descends. The Chicago Escape! Shopping Package includes...
Tags: Macy's, Inc., Chicago Hotels
On March 4, 1837, exactly 175 years ago, Chicago was incorporated. Not that Flashback needed a reason, but we took this occasion to compile a very long list of events, year by year and decade by decade, that helped shape this great city. Some events...
Even people who don't play the market are thinking this week about buying stock in Facebook's initial public offering of shares. One hundred six years ago, Sears, Roebuck and Co. was its era's version of a hot tech company. Like Facebook, Apple or...
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