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Ed Boon was pulling punches. I could tell immediately: Why else would Aquaman be wiping the floor with Batman? Not to mention, I was playing Ed Boon in a video game, a fighting game, that Ed Boon, the king of the fighting-game genre, created. The game...
RedEyeA Rogers Park man accused of robbing neighborhood cab drivers was arrested Monday after police learned he had also stolen food from a local Dominick's supermarket. Police arrested Charles Boatman, 38, of the 6000 block of North Kenmore Avenue, in his...
Tribune reportersOne minute Luis Galvin was opening the door to his Hyde Park apartment, the next he was lying on the floor holding his dying friend. "I was down on the ground, I was just waiting for the rest of the shots to come," Galvin told reporters outside his...
Most of the CeaseFire interrupters sat up in their chairs and closed their eyes, following the quiet direction of the small man in yellow and orange robes at the head of the conference table. "Allow your mind to feel the way you feel," Sakyong Mipham...
Tribune reportersA former Chicago alderman was ordered held on bond today after being charged with illegally carrying a loaded gun at a West Side police station over the weekend, authorities said. Sharon Denise Dixon--who ended her term as alderman of the 24 th Ward...
Former Chicagoan Ron Pen holds a very lengthy and lofty title at the University of Kentucky in Lexington: Professor; Director, John Jacob Niles Center for American Music; Coordinator, Division of Musicology and Ethnomusicology. You might think him...
For RedEyeWith a dozen brain-eating zombies standing in the way, it's clear that coming to Jewel was a bad idea. You can run away, but you still face a dilemma: Do you try to scavenge supplies at a nearby Walgreen's or a bar in Wicker Park? Navigating the streets...
Chicago ShoppingLet’s face it: when it comes to going green, a lot of us are, well, a little green—especially with regards to shopping. Manufacturers say one thing, but oftentimes they do another. “The abundance of green-washing is tragic,” says...
Nadine Warner was hunkered down in a St. Louis hotel room, absorbing that singular type of heat that radiates from a feverish kid on your lap, in this case her 3-year-old son, Gabe, while the rest of the family was outside exploring the city. I've never...
As Chicago Public Schools embarks on closing dozens of schools, a third-grader from Garvey Elementary School on Wednesday summed up how many parents, educators and other students feel about the shutdowns. Speaking at the monthly Board of Education...
Tribune reporterA Rogers Park man is facing felony charges after he hurled bricks at the front window of a police station about four blocks from his home, police said. Michael Falk, 37, of the 1700 block of West Albion Avenue, is charged with felony criminal damage...
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