For over 50 years elusive Pulitzer prize winning author Harper Lee has not granted any interviews until now. Or at least she allowed a Chicago Tribune reporter, Marja Mills into her home to visit. The result is a book called, "The Mockingbird Next Door."
A Special Report by the Chicago Tribune details declassified cables, from the Israeli State Archive, which add further evidence that Israel knew it was attacking an American ship as it attacked the USS Liberty.
In yet another sign of a continued decline in large daily newspaper advertising revenue, Tribune Co., which owns the Chicago Tribune and LA Times among other papers, has announced a “restructuring” that sheds nearly 700 jobs.
Until this morning, I had a pretty high opinion of the LA Times. I’ve read some great articles. Then I tried to find their coverage of a Prop 37 story we ran on DJ last week. So I thought I’d send something to them asking why no coverage.
What defect makes it so hard for speakers to understand the effect of their own words? I ask following today’s visit from a window whiz who verbally leapt from flashing to sashes to sill stops and drip caps in numbing and discomfiting crescendo.
The Chicago Tribune is hard at work on a new project that will cost subscribers and readers a few more dollars but will eliminate the advertisements in a new weekly Sunday edition. The premium content will focus exclusively on news and cultural events.