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Eve Ewing: Ghosts in the Schoolyard Chicago Hu...

Eve Ewing: Ghosts in the Schoo...

In 2013, Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced the closure of nearly fifty of Chicago's schools—an unprecedented response to budget shortages, declining ...


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Tom Hanks: Uncommon Type Chicago Hu...

Tom Hanks: Uncommon Type

Tom Hanks, iconic actor-producer-director-screenwriter, has added to his list of accomplishments: author. NPR host Peter Sagal joins the two-time Acad...


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2018 Chicago Tribune Heartland Prize for Fiction | George Saunders Chicago Hu...

2018 Chicago Tribune Heartland...

Winner of the Man Booker Prize, Lincoln in the Bardo is the long-awaited first novel from acclaimed writer George Saunders. On the one hand a tender ....


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Americans and the Holocaust Chicago Hu...

Americans and the Holocaust

In Americans and the Holocaust, a special exhibition he curated at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., historian Daniel Greene rev...


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​Abbi Jacobson: I Might Regret This Chicago Hu...

​Abbi Jacobson: I Might Regr...

Who among us hasn't been tempted to get in the car and just…go? So it was for Abbi Jacobson, best known as the series co-creator, executive producer...


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Jerry Saltz:  The Art World Problem Chicago Hu...

Jerry Saltz: The Art World Pr...

The art world is an all-volunteer army, and we all come here naked.” Or so says Jerry Saltz, who has made a life—and won a Pulitzer—as an art cr...


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Sustainable Nation Chicago Hu...

Sustainable Nation

Author and urbanist Douglas Farr's bestselling first book, Sustainable Urbanism: Urban Design with Nature, helped shift the focus of urban sustainabil...


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Martha C. Nussbaum: The Monarchy of Fear Chicago Hu...

Martha C. Nussbaum: The Monarc...

Acclaimed scholar and humanist Martha C. Nussbaum turns her attention to the current political climate crisis of party polarization, divisive rhetoric...


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From Ego to Eco Chicago Hu...

From Ego to Eco

In recent decades, narratives of environmental cataclysm and points-of-no-return have come at us with increasing urgency and speed. Meanwhile, their v...


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Daniel José Older:  Shadowhouse Fall Chicago Hu...

Daniel José Older: Shadowhou...

Sierra Santiago and her friends live in a magical version of Brooklyn, where shadowshapers like Sierra have discovered a way to use art to connect wit...


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Tattoo History Chicago Hu...

Tattoo History

Interdisciplinary scholar Anna Felicity Friedman has been researching the history of tattooing—and collecting tattoos on her own body—for nearly 3...


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Kiese Laymon: Heavy Chicago Hu...

Kiese Laymon: Heavy

Kiese Laymon is a fearless writer. In his powerful and provocative memoir, Heavy, the genre-bending essayist and novelist explores what the weight of ...


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Camille Paglia: Provocations Chicago Hu...

Camille Paglia: Provocations

Much has changed since Camille Paglia burst onto the scene with her best-selling Sexual Personae, but her laser-sharp insight, matchless wit, and fear...


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Doris Kearns Goodwin: Leadership In Turbulent Times Chicago Hu...

Doris Kearns Goodwin: Leadersh...

Doris Kearns Goodwin is a presidential historian and Pulitzer Prize-winning author. The author, most recently, of Leadership in Turbulent Times, her w...


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Alex Ross & Chip Kidd: Marvelocity Chicago Hu...

Alex Ross & Chip Kidd: Marvelo...

Alex Ross is a legend” writes Ta-Nehisi Coates. “You should check out his work to see what the best of the form has to offer.” One of the world'...


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José Andrés: We Fed an Island Chicago Hu...

José Andrés: We Fed an Islan...

Four days after Hurricane Maria tore through Puerto Rico leaving countless people without food, water, and power, Chef and James Beard Humanitarian of...


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Carol Anderson: One Person, No Vote Chicago Hu...

Carol Anderson: One Person, No...

In her New York Times bestseller White Rage, historian Carol Anderson laid bare a history of policies that have been used to (and which were, in fact,...


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The Folded Map Project at South Shore Night Chicago Hu...

The Folded Map Project at Sout...

During an early walk through of Tonika Johnson's Folded Map Project at the South Shore Cultural Center with architect and urban designer Paola Aguirre...


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Why Graphic!? An Interview with Alison Cuddy Chicago Hu...

Why Graphic!? An Interview wit...

Ever wondered how CHF comes up with our Festival themes? Marilynn Thoma Artistic Director Alison Cuddy breaks down this year's theme and gives a previ...


3 months ago

Mark Bittman: How To Grill Everything Chicago Hu...

Mark Bittman: How To Grill Eve...

Grilled burgers and steaks may be the stuff of summer cooking dreams, but fruit, vegetables, and even bread, taste way better when grilled. Mark Bittm...


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