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Google Reportedly Exploring Purchase Of Iconic Jahn Building In Chicago
Google is reportedly negotiating to purchase the state-owned James R. Thompson Center in downtown Chicago. If true, such a deal could spark a turnaround for the struggling LaSalle Street corridor, where many longtime businesses have recently departed
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Bulls Waiting On Guard Zach LaVine’s Decision As NBA Free Agency Opens With A Bang
CHICAGO — The Chicago Bulls spent the first night of free agency — which began at 5 p.m. Thursday — waiting on their biggest offseason question mark. Two-time All-Star guard Zach LaVine entered unrestricted free agency for the first time after helpin
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From Someone Who Knew Him — My Brother — A Look At The Real Colonel Tom Parker And Elvis Presley
CHICAGO — It was a little after 2 a.m. when the phone began to ring in my brother Mark Kogan’s Las Vegas hotel room and that hour rarely brings good news. It was 1976, and my brother was in Vegas with the many other people who formed Elvis Presley’s
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‘Only Murders In The Building’ Review Season 2: Manhattan’s Least Likely Crime-busting Trio Returns In Style
Back for a second season — and a second crime to solve — the success of Hulu’s cozy-funny-mournful whodunit “Only Murders in the Building” rests primarily on the shoulders of its three leads, and their blend of ruminative youth (Selena Gomez) and que
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Paul Sullivan: Freddie Freeman’s Free-agent Saga Could Serve As A Cautionary Tale For Chicago Cubs Catcher Willson Contreras
Willson Contreras wants to remain a Chicago Cub. “This is my house, and it’s been my home for 14 years,” the catcher said Sunday in St. Louis. Cubs fans want Contreras to get his extension. He arguably is their most popular player and on his way to
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‘Marcel The Shell With Shoes On’ Review: I’m In Love With A Mollusk, The Tiny Hero In A Most Unexpected And Welcome Movie
Marcel Proust had his memory-infused madeleines. Marcel Marceau had his invisible dog and a lifetime of pantomime. But it’s unlikely we’ll ever see a more beguiling Marcel than the inch-tall philosopher and gentle, inspiring wiseacre at the center of
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Rockford Peaches — 30 Years After ‘A League Of Their Own’ — Live On In A New Series: ‘We Didn’t Know We Were Part Of Something Bigger’
CHICAGO — For many of the women and girls playing baseball this summer, the Rockford Peaches — a team that hasn’t played in more than 60 years — remain a source of inspiration. One of the original four teams in the All-American Girls Professional B
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Chicago Rowing Union — Rowing Club Created By LGBTQ+ Community Members — Is All About Increasing Diversity, Accessibility In The Sport
CHICAGO — “Pivot, slide, slow on recovery ... we’re pulling all the way into our rib cage. We don’t want to pull into our hipbones or our stomachs. We want it nice and high.” More than a dozen people listened to the instructions from Chicago Rowing U
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Bulls Reportedly Agree To A Deal With Free Agent Andre Drummond While Awaiting Zach LaVine’s Decision
CHICAGO — The Chicago Bulls spent the first night of free agency — which began at 5 p.m. Thursday — waiting on their biggest offseason question mark. Two-time All-Star guard Zach LaVine entered unrestricted free agency for the first time after helpin
Chicago Tribune9 min de lectureCrime & Violence
R. Kelly Sentenced To 30 Years In Prison In Federal Court In New York After Judge Says He Left ‘A Trail Of Broken Lives’
NEW YORK — Chicago-born R&B superstar R. Kelly has been sentenced to 30 years in prison in U.S. District Court in Brooklyn, punctuating a remarkable fall from grace after decades of sexual misconduct allegations. The sentence handed down by U.S. Dist
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Walgreens To Offer Travel Benefits For Some Workers Seeking Abortions
Walgreens will reimburse many of its workers for travel expenses if they have to venture more than 50 miles for an abortion, the company said Wednesday — a move that follows a U.S. Supreme Court decision last week ending federal protection for aborti
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Millionaire Chicago Mayoral Candidate To Give Away $2 Million More In Gas, Groceries
CHICAGO — Millionaire mayoral candidate Willie Wilson is hosting more high-priced giveaways. He gave out $80,000 in groceries at four Chicago Cermak Fresh Markets on Wednesday and plans to give nearly $2 million in gas on July 9. He has given away $3
Chicago Tribune5 min de lectureAmerican Government
As Battle For Illinois Governor Shapes Up, It Is Class Warfare Versus Culture War
With Darren Bailey’s nomination as the Republican candidate for governor to challenge Democratic Gov. J.B. Pritzker, Illinois voters will have a choice for state chief executive this fall between candidates representing the opposites of a chasmic pol
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R. Kelly Sentenced To 30 Years In Prison In Federal Court In New York After Judge Says He Left ‘A Trail Of Broken Lives’
NEW YORK — One by one, a series of women stood in a Brooklyn courtroom Wednesday and spoke of brutal abuse at the hands of R. Kelly. Some of them were soft-voiced and sobbing, while others blazed with anger. Across the room, Kelly sat silent. He look
Chicago Tribune10 min de lectureCrime & Violence
R. Kelly Sentenced To 30 Years In Prison In Federal Court In New York After Judge Says He Left ‘A Trail Of Broken Lives’
NEW YORK — Chicago-born R&B superstar R. Kelly has been sentenced to 30 years in prison in U.S. District Court in Brooklyn, punctuating a remarkable fall from grace after decades of sexual misconduct allegations. The sentence handed down by U.S. Dist
Chicago Tribune2 min de lectureCrime & Violence
Commentary: The Day Roe Went Away, One To Remember
We will remember June 24, 2022. It will stand as one of the most consequential days in Supreme Court history. Americans will remember this day as when the court overruled Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey. But we should remember much more t
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Letter Writing Campaign: Chicago Pitches Values Over Tax Rates To CEOs In States Facing Post-Roe Abortion Bans
In the wake of the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, Chicago fired off hundreds of letters Monday to Fortune 500 CEOs in states facing abortion bans, pitching the city as a more welcoming location for their businesses. The letter, which
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Chicago Indie-rock Band Así Así Emerges From The Pandemic With New Album ‘Mal De Otros’
CHICAGO — The earliest iterations of Así Así may have begun in a different country and under a different name, but this rising indie-rock four-piece is now firmly a Chicago music act. And on their debut record, “Mal de Otros,” which comes out Aug. 19
Chicago Tribune5 min de lectureAmerican Government
Delia Ramirez Tops Gilbert Villegas For Congress; Jesse Jackson’s Son On Way To Clinching Nomination; Rep. Danny Davis In Tight Fight To Keep His Seat
Jonathan Jackson, son of civil rights icon the Rev. Jesse Jackson, opened a lead in a packed Democratic primary fight Tuesday night to grab the nomination to succeed U.S. Rep. Bobby Rush. Jackson’s apparent win over 16 other Democrats in the historic
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Walgreens Decides Not To Sell Its Massive Boots Business
Walgreens Boots Alliance has decided not to sell its huge United Kingdom Boots business, after months of floating the idea. Deerfield, Illinois-based Walgreens began reviewing whether to sell Boots in January, but recently decided not to sell Boots o
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Lucas Giolito’s Strong Start Goes To Waste As The White Sox Fall To The Angels 4-3
Chicago White Sox starter Lucas Giolito’s best outing in a month — including back-to-back strikeouts of Mike Trout and Shohei Ohtani in the fifth inning — went to waste in a 4-3 loss to the Los Angeles Angels in front of 21,973 on Monday at Angel Sta
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Paul Sullivan: How Tony La Russa And David Ross Are Trying To Change The Script During Chicago’s Summer Of Baseball Discontent
It hasn’t exactly been the best of times for Tony La Russa and David Ross, the two baseball managers in a baseball town. Neither is a particularly good loser, yet losing has defined both of their 2022 seasons in the first three months. La Russa’s Ch
Chicago Tribune6 min de lectureAmerican Government
Even Before The Primary Votes Are In, A Pitched Battle Is Brewing Over Cultural Issues Between The GOP And Democrats
CHICAGO — In the final weekend before Tuesday’s primary election, the disparity in campaigning between Republicans running for governor and the Democratic incumbent they hope to replace foreshadows a fall general election campaign in which culture wa
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‘Keep On Loving You!’ Our True Appreciation Of The Power Ballad, An Art Form Invented In Illinois
CHICAGO — Dear Illinois, I can’t fight this feeling anymore. It’s time to bring this ship into the shore, and throw away the oars. We sailed on together. We drifted apart. But I know, if the world turned upside down, I know you’d always be around. Yo
Chicago Tribune3 min de lectureCrime & Violence
R. Kelly Fan Charged With Threatening Federal Prosecutors In New York
CHICAGO — An avid R. Kelly fan has been arrested in the Chicago area on federal charges alleging he threatened to “storm” the U.S. attorney’s office in New York. Christopher Gunn, 39, of Bolingbrook, was charged in a criminal complaint unsealed Monda
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Artūras Karnišovas ‘Confident’ In Chicago Bulls’ Chances Of Re-signing Zach LaVine: ‘We Hope That Zach Is Here For A Long Time’
There’s only been one question in Chicago about this summer’s NBA free agency — will Zach LaVine be on the Bulls next season? That decision could be made by the end of this week as the NBA trade window opens at 5 p.m. Thursday night, at which point t
Chicago Tribune4 min de lecture
Lake Michigan Car Ferries Make For Fun Midwest Getaways, Plus 16 Things To Do Once You Land
A spin around Lake Michigan easily exceeds 1,000 miles and 18 hours of road time when following shoreline instead of interstate. That’s no vacation for the driver, or travelers low on leisure time. Another option: Shorten the loop by using two car fe
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Tom Cruise Hot Takes: 'Days Of Thunder’ Is Better Than ‘Top Gun,' And Delivers More Reasons For A Full '90s Rewatch
“Top Gun: Maverick” is the biggest global blockbuster of Tom Cruise’s already blockbustery career. Perhaps you’ve been compelled to rewatch the original “Top Gun” from 1986 — or, depending on your generation, watch it for the first time. But me? I we
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The Weekly Geography Quiz
GEOQUIZ: Which four states border Alabama? Answer: Florida, Georgia, Mississippi and Tennessee. A small section of its southern border also touches the Gulf of Mexico.
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Chicago Cubs Rally To Win A Series Against The St. Louis Cardinals — Then The Subject Turns To Trade Speculation
ST. LOUIS — The Chicago Cubs rallied from a five-run deficit Sunday to beat the St. Louis Cardinals 6-5 in 10 innings, taking the series and ending a 17-games-in-17-day stretch with a 5-12 record. In the postgame clubhouse afterward, one of the TVs w
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