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Dathan Ritzenhein refused to get carried away. Nine miles into Sunday's Bank of America Chicago Marathon, Ritzenhein found himself running faster than he planned and only some 10 seconds behind the lead pack, much closer than he expected at that point....
Sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference between Nick Offermanand his “Parks and Recreation” character Ron Swanson. Both talk in a slow, deep, deadpan manner and are unabashedly masculine. And, like Swanson, Offerman is an expert...
Introspection is kind of a drag. It requires unpleasant acts like "thinking" and "talking about emotions," and it can rarely be done while watching TV. But like it or not, more and more workers are taking time to reflect on what they do for a living,...
While at a party in New York City, Steve Koenig got a nudge from his boss. If you hit on that woman, the boss told him, pointing to a pretty blonde, you can come in late tomorrow. Koenig, who at the time worked chartering private planes, obliged —...
Change of SubjectThe protest march on North Michigan Avenue early Thursday afternoon by members of the Workers Organizing Committee of Chicago was probably futile. The membership of this independent, newly formed union — drawn from retail and restaurant employees in...
Change of SubjectUPDATED BELOW WITH A RESPONSE FROM THE ILLINOIS RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION Thursday at noon, low-wage food and retail workers will rally with supporters at St. James Cathedral in Chicago (map) to kick off a union organizing campaign and to demand......
Football | Northern Illinois to host high school football state finals in odd years beginning in 2013Chicago Tribune reporterNorthern Illinois will host the Illinois high school football state championships in odd years beginning in 2013, the Illinois High School Association announced Monday. The IHSA board approved Northern Illinois' bid to host the finals in the years when...
Tags: High Schools, Illinois, Big Ten Conference, Schools, Football
It was a busy weekend at Barrington's Flint Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation. The list of injured animals that arrived in critical condition was long. A coyote hit by a car; a fox hit by a car; an osprey that was apparently shot; a short-eared owl with a...
Tags: Wildlife, Science and Technology
The critics and reporters assembled to watch the new “Life of Pi” a few weeks ago weren't expecting a filmmaker introduction, but in stepped the ever-soft-spoken Ang Lee to inform them that this had been his hardest film to make and that...
In 2011, the first of the baby boom generation reached age 65. Since then and until the year 2029, it is estimated that boomers will turn 65 at a rate of about 8,000 per day, according to AARP. This generation has impacted a number of institutions in...
Larry Hawley was born and raised in Rolling Meadows, Illinois. He graduated from the University of Illinois with a degree in Media Studies. Before starting at WXIN as our Sports Reporter, Larry worked at WLOS in Asheville, North Carolina where he was a...
Tags: Education, Facebook, Twitter, Inc., Sports
Dan Suh returned my call Tuesday from his room at the Ritz-Carlton Toronto, and we started with some housekeeping. Could he please email me a photo of himself for the paper? "Yeah, I can do that. We have a photographer traveling with us," Suh, 32, said....
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