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The two Chicago-based nonprofit journalism organizations garnered the Local Reporting prize on Monday for the “Missing in Chicago” series, and Invisible Institute won a second Pulitzer for audio reporting. Eig’s ‘King: A Life’ won in the Biography category.
He was known for his books on crime and cinema that fed the interests of buffs before the age of Wikipedia and IMDb.
Owner Courtney Bledsoe said the store will focus on stocking books by authors of color and celebrating the stories they tell.
A window of the Andersonville feminist bookstore displaying a Palestine flag and a sign calling for a cease-fire in the Israel-Hamas war was shattered early Wednesday. Police are investigating.
The WLS National Barn Dance, which predated the Opry by two years, was first broadcast 100 years ago Friday, on April 19, 1924.
With “The Divorcées,” Rowan Beaird taps into the alienation she felt growing up in Northfield.
Just 12 years old when his father, Jean de Brunhoff died, Laurent was an adult when he drew upon his own gifts as a painter and storyteller and released dozens of books about the elephant who reigns over Celesteville.
Mills isn’t preachy and knows her readers may not be ready to go full-on vegetarian. For her, it’s about small steps that can make meaningful changes.
Inspired by real-life historical events and tragedies throughout the city, “Forgotten Sisters” arrives March 19.
The copy’s inside title page mistakenly stated the author’s name as “J A Rowling” instead of J.K. Rowling.
“Does This Taste Funny: Recipes Our Family Loves” will be released in September.
The movie star, known for playing Gale Sayers in ‘Brian’s Song’ and Lando Calrissian in ‘Star Wars’ films, is headed to the Francis W. Parker School to discuss his new memoir.
Author died in 2023 but former research assistant completed the 384-page ‘Carson the Magnificent.’
The U.S. Postal Service will unveil a stamp paying tribute to both Chicago’s most lauded writer and a complicated guy.
Director of ‘About Last Night,’ ‘Glory’ returns to town to share new book ‘Hits, Flops and Other Illusions.’
“Jacques Pépin Cooking My Way: Recipes and Techniques for Economical Cooking” is a guide to cooking delicious, economical dishes for the whole family.
The Chicago-born musician and actor shares workouts, wisdom and recipes meant to steer readers away from “foods that don’t do our bodies right.”
A memoir that Presley had been working on at the time of her death was completed with the help of actor Riley Keough, the eldest of Presley’s four children.
Celebrate the culinary elegance and history of the Titanic as seen through the lens of James Cameron’s blockbuster film.