I first met Charles Osgood almost 25 years ago. We were thrown together on a delightful assignment: A day in the life of blues great Koko Taylor. We spent time with Taylor and her husband Richard, who liked to be called "Pop," at their South Side home and at a concert.
Pulitzer Prize winner Clarence Page, the Chicago Tribune's most visible African-American writer and arguably one of its most popular staffers, is under scrutiny for failing to get advanced approval for a gig speaking to a group of Iranian exiles. But blogger Achy Obejas writes that the situation is more nuanced than the Tribune would have us believe.
Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Mary Schmich has a recipe for success — she says it stems in part from her desire to look, as she puts it, “one level under” the surface of the news. Sometimes that means channeling her reporting roots, going to “the place behind the place that happened.”
After more than 70 years of publication, The Chicago Sun-Times says it plans to stop endorsing political candidates through its editorial pages.The Sun-Times announced the decision in its Monday paper through a joint statement by the Publisher John Barron and Editorial Page Editor Tom McNamee.In the
Do you avoid conflict even when you have been wronged? Maybe you think the problem is not worth the time it will take to get it solved. Jon Yates says you should take charge. He writes the popular "What's Your Problem" column for the Chicago Tribune.
November 2, 1948. Election night.Like the rest of the country, Chicagoans awaited news of who was going to be president. At about 10 p.m., the bulldog edition of the next day's Tribune hit the streets. The headline read "Dewey Defeats Truman."Well, that was to be expected.