Editor's Note: Today we kick off a new series that will delve into the issues that dominate the place where we spend most of our time-the office. We're calling it Workplace Wednesdays.We've all seen it at work.
Jazz singer and performer Spider Saloff comes out of her cocoon in her one-woman musical, The Roar of the Butterfly. Set at a memorial service, Saloff takes on the role of a myriad of characters as she unravels the story of the deceased protagonist, an Asian drag queen named Butterfly
Today on the 3@3, RedEye Chicago Columnist Ernest Wilkins and Chicago Tribune Reporter Nina Metz talk with host Steve Edwards about the topics and themes of the day.Which include:Steve Edwards: Today is tax day and that means events, protests and political posturing dominate the hea
According to the Pulitzer Prize website, Chicago Tribune columnist Mary Schmich recieved the award for commentary for “her wide range of down-to-earth columns that reflect the character and capture the culture of her famed city.”
It's been more than three decades since author Anne Rice first penned her best selling book, Interview with the Vampire. Along the way, her stories of vampires, witches and angels helped define a genre of gothic horror.