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Neil Steinberg is a columnist at the Chicago Sun-Times.

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Like being stabbed all the time

Living with sickle cell disease is hard, but possible

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God doesn’t want you to read this

Not every Jew went to synagogue on Yom Kippur Thursday. Some wrote their columns.

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With COVID-19, a new 9/11 every day

Memory, victimhood enshrine 9/11 losses, while coronavirus carnage is shrugged away.

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‘Success means I get to do it again tomorrow’

Punk icon and legendary producer Steve Albini contemplates success, retirement.

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‘I want the music to survive’

Veteran sound engineer Steve Albini shows off his studio and explains why analog tops digital.

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Welcome to medieval times, Texas-style

New abortion law is just religion doing what it does best: oppressing women.

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Americans were scared of polio vaccine too

Eager to contrast today’s anti-vax hysteria with universal joy at the polio vaccine in the ‘50s? It wasn’t that simple.

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The limp logic of anti-maskers

Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s mask edict takes effect as opponents stamp their feet and pretend to care about science.

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‘Food Americana’ has the goodies we love

A new book by the creator of "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives" tours our country’s favorite cuisines.

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What if wearing masks makes us more free?

Rather than erode our liberties, wearing a mask might help shield citizens from state surveillance.