Lidia Bastianich will be at Eataly Chicago for a book signing on Saturday 4:30-6 p.m for “Lidia Day.”
Veronica Roth developed the first ideas for her new book when she was just 11 — long before she wrote “Divergent” on a winter break from Northwestern.
The conspiracy saga, based on a British series, was “creative catnip” for the Chicago author of “Gone Girl.”
The fictional and futuristic African kingdom that served as the setting of this year’s biggest blockbuster “Black Panther” will be the inspiration for
Mohammed Al Samawi’s escape was arranged online by near-strangers — a reminder that there’s more to Facebook than Cambridge Analytica swiping data.
BOOK REVIEW: “Eunice: The Kennedy Who Changed the World,” the new biography by Eileen McNamara about Eunice Kennedy Shriver, is a revelation.
“Out of the Maze: A Story About the Power of Belief” is coming out Sept. 4.
Michelle Knight announced on “Dr. Phil” that she has been happily married since May 2016. The episode is scheduled to air April 24.
He will write of his time as a U.S. attorney and of his Senate race against Republican Roy Moore to succeed Jeff Sessions.
“Look Alive Out There” is a delightful collection of hilarious essays that manage, in some cases, to point to relatable life lessons.
The sheer absurdity of the story line could have easily become campy or downright unbelievable, but Goldberg knows what he’s doing.
Robert Kurson’s conception-to-splashdown reporting for “Rocket Men” had the cooperation of the astronauts, their wives, giving him invaluable details.
Waxman’s take on the drudgery of parenting is fantastic.