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Change of SubjectPosted by a Minneapolis radio station this afternoon: WCCO Radio is announcing the return of host John Williams. Williams will host 1pm to 3pm Monday through Friday. Williams is currently one of Chicago's most well-known radio personalities at WGN. John.....
Change of SubjectMary Schmich wasn't with us today -- I think it may have something to do with a dispute over fish ice -- but John Williams and I soldiered ahead and talked about mispronouncing names, Pat Quinn's non-campaign and much more:......
Change of SubjectHost John Williams entertained me and Mary Schmich today on WGN AM 720. Click the arrow to play The World's Greatest Podcast, 4-21 Download....
May they sing for the nation --Howard Reich He doesn't know it yet, but Barack Obama is about to become the impresario-in-chief. Or at least he can be, if he decides to flex his cultural muscles. A word from Obama, and the world could see a new cast...
A few days ago, Joan Lefkow was walking down a Chicago street flanked by federal marshals when a panhandler walked up to her and said, "God bless you, Judge Lefkow." It has been nine months since U.S. District Judge Joan Humphrey Lefkow's name and...
Tribune reporterThe worst thing about being a tourist in Paris is feeling like one. No matter how proud you are to be an American, you'd still rather sashay down the Parisian boulevards feeling you possess a touch of that uniquely French je ne sais whatever. And here'...
Tribune staff reporterInn at the Market, Seattle, Wash. If you were condemned to spend the rest of your life within two city blocks, the place to bunk would be the Inn at the Market in Seattle. In a small web of sidewalks around this 70-room boutique hotel, you can find...
Chicago Tribune Staff ReporterOne summer night at the Treasure Cafe in Wheeler, a stranger leaned toward my grilled wild king salmon and said, "Do you want to know a secret?" Given that there were only seven tables in this bright blue shack of a restaurant, secrets were in short...
Tribune staff reporterQuestions multiplied Monday in Tribune Co. newsrooms as employees tried to handicap their futures in a business controlled by Chicago billionaire Sam Zell. The deal accepted by Tribune's board late Sunday would make the company's 20,000 employees...
A casual conversation that quickly turned to the subject of murder as two old friends ate soup led to the arrest of the prime suspect in the slaying of Rhoni Reuter, the pregnant girlfriend of former Chicago Bear Shaun Gayle, investigators said Thursday....
Tags: Crimes, Police Arrests, Death, Soups, Justice System
I don't personally know anyone who quit a good job to work at Starbucks, but I know a lot of people who've fantasized. Was your current job too stressful? Was it eating up your life with the ferocity of a starving dog? Even if you liked your job, was...
Tags: Movies, Starbucks Corp., Entertainment, Death, Tom Hanks
The Chicago TribuneMary Theresa Schmich was born in Savannah, Ga., the oldest of eight children, and spent her childhood in Georgia. She attended high school in Phoenix then earned a B.A. at Pomona College in Claremont, Calif. After working in college admissions for...
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