James Finn Garner argues that the people most irritated about the lack of fiction Pulitzers this year aren't authors. Rather "the screaming about...the slap in the face to the writers" was all coming from publishers and their marketing departments.
Today on the 3@3, Time Out Chicago's Madeline Nusser and Vocalo's Jesse Menendez discuss the news of the day with host Steve Edwards.Topics include:Steve Edwards: What is your take on the news that the Tribune company is laying off TribLocal in favor of Journatic?Ma
For 60 cents—and a little imagination—revels could experience the Playboy lifestyle. Afternoon Shift talks to historians and a Playboy Bunny herself about how Chicago was shaped by Playboy -- and vice versa, as the famed institution moves to Los Angeles.
On this week's Global Activism segment, Worldview talks with Leslie Thomas, founding executive and creative director of Art Works Projects. The organization uses design and the arts to raise awareness and educate the public about significant human rights and environmental issues.
Despite calls to cancel due to human rights abuses, Bahrain's monarchy will host the Formula One race this weekend. The move to host the event amid protests signals an effort by the government to appear stable and secure.