Chicago Tribune - 18 Apr 2014

Table of content - Chicago Tribune (18 Apr 2014)

BLUES NIGHT
CTA targets Belmont jam
Emanuel rings up frequent flier tab
8 million sign up for health care
Playing catch-up on luring firms
Colombian literary pioneer
Unexpected Ukraine deal
Weather:
Texting drivers deserve more than a measly fine
Have a meal at Tribune, discuss Chicago’s future
IN DIGITALPLUS OVERTIME MAGAZINE
BLUE SKY INNOVATION
Boomer nostalgia overkill
Tightrope star up for Chicago challenge
Family wants answers in SIU student’s death
Man sues cops after video arrest
Obama advises college-bound CPS students
State may cut medical pot fee, drop gun ban
Panel OKS presidential library cash
Mayor’s frequent flier tab
WHERE THE MAYOR TRAVELED
Mayor’s many trips
CTA hopes to cut wait at Belmont
Corruption charges roil small town near Gary
Untangling rail lines
CTA to seek public’s input
Catching up on luring firms
The quest for foreign investment
Report cites 17 more fake mileage offenders
Specialty hubs
3 1⁄2 years for aged bank robber
Vanecko lawyers seek dismissal from wrongful death lawsuit
Unexpected Ukraine accord
Sniper targets drivers in Kansas, Missouri
Snowden asks Putin about surveillance
Nobel winner was master of magical realism
8M enroll for health care
FDA: Method to remove uterine fibroids may spread hidden cancer
In jet hunt, China falls into tech gap
Footage may narrow search
Syria’s air raid veterans
271 still missing in sunken Korean ferry
FBI investigation throws wrench into Sept. 11 case
State ends grilling of Pistorius team’s expert
Scientists clone human embryonic stem cells from 2 adults
Witness: Man said how to cut throat
Earth’s cousin, relatively close
Pope Francis leads Holy Thursday ritual
Group fires on civilians at South Sudan U.N. base
Aging Algerian president expected to win 4th term
CBO: Obama’s budget request would cut deficit
U.N. report: Iran moving to cut nuclear stockpile
Chelsea Clinton says she’s expecting 1st child
Portland pulls plug on reservoir of water
Anti-death penalty bill falters in N.H. Senate
Pakistani immigrant gets 5 years in U.S. terror case
Biden’s son to run for governor in Delaware
Have liberals really won the culture war?
Are you a ‘Linkedin Liar’?
QUOTABLES
Chewbacca, meet Sue
The watchdog barks
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING
Are you privileged?
Why do so many people die in ferry accidents?
Cowardly act
Government employees
Hate crimes
Senseless crime
Trade shows, conventions aim to be good neighbors
Baxter tops Wall Street forecast
Southwest joins Rocketmiles’ rewards roster
Director’s stock buy gives lift to Sears
The space is the place
Lucas museum site committee chosen
Firms make workplace design work for workers
Follett Corp. prepped for next chapter
Lean In stories: Regina Agyare on waking up
Scout gives the home security system an updated touch
COMING EVENTS
Financial know-how can help push the odds in your favor
Emanuel’s group in place to select museum location
Cities across U.S. suffer labor shortages
Union: NU stance on shaky ground
Chinese firm jumps in IPO
Improving numbers
Math jobs add up as top careers
Dover revenue rises in 1st quarter
Discover boosts quarterly dividend
4.27%
Many shows invest in community
WGN America places bet on original shows
Southwest teams with Rocketmiles
Baxter beats forecast
Market roundup
Slices of Life with Leah Eskin
Theater Loop Featuring Antoni Cimolino
Launch Your Blog in Less Than a Day
Elizabeth Warren
ON APRIL 18 ...
‘Brilliant woman with a real feel for music’
OBITUARIES
BLUES, BLOOD
It’s where they finish
Style is part of the pitch for Illinois
No trade will help Cubs’ cause
TALKING SMACK
Ex-simeon star Parker declares for NBA draft.
Destiny? Bulls, Wizards can blame it on Rio.
GAME 2
INSIDE
MAIN EVENT BEHAVIOR INDEX
Hawks let Miller, Blues off the hook
Arizona serves up a mug of confusion
Digital PLUS OVERTIME
Well connected
Butler ready to work — and work
Parker says it’s time to go
Adelman won’t return as Timberwolves’ coach
Fowles out indefinitely after surgery
UIC stadium a grand slam
Red Sox win duel
Call-up is best way to wake up
Samardzija worthy of new deal
ASK THE REPORTER
ASK THE REPORTER
Reds at Cubs
White Sox at Rangers
Illini pitch has style
This pair part of a full house
Rangers get going in 3rd
Schedule, summaries,
Rough end to a long night
Toews, Kane get beyond pain
Blues get nice surprise
BEARD OF THE DAY
@COACHQS MUSTACHE
HAWKS NEWSLETTER
1-9
Missouri’s Haith jumps to Tulsa
Baffert can feel the pressure
Amarikwa making most of his shot
BRAD BIGGS
Neil Milbert’s picks and analysis
Channeling your Chicago sports fix
Donald Rumsfeld, Iraq and the road between
Ever-adventurous Kidman spurns ‘lightweight stuff’
Cannes promises Godard film, more
Johnny Cammareri (Danny Aiello), breaking his engagement: “In time, you will see that this is the best thing.”
Art returns to Modern Wing
Hawks boss endows center
Mara Wilson seems to be Miss Doubtful
Franco bashes Times critic over theater review
Trumpeter Turner dies at 92
Director Singer named in lawsuit
Can’t let it go:
Sparkling in France:
Finally filing:
Numbers adding up:
Elegant vampire love story
Block Cinema revisits the Great Depression
Alice Munro short story yields a deft little film
Gusher of oil, greed links Texas, Africa
“Oculus” ★★★
“Captain America: The Winter Soldier” ★★★ PG-13, 2:16, action
“Finding Vivian Maier” ★★★★ No MPAA rating, 1:23, documentary
“Under the Skin” ★★★ 1⁄ 2 R, 1:47, thriller
“The Grand Budapest Hotel” ★★★ 1⁄ 2 R, 1:40, comedy drama
“Bad Words” ★★★ R, 1:29, dark comedy
“Le Week-end” ★★★ 1⁄ 2 R, 1:33, romantic comedy
“The Single Moms Club” ★★★ PG-13, 1:51, comedy
“Jodorowsky’s Dune” ★★★ 1⁄ 2 PG-13, 1:30, documentary
“The Raid 2” ★★★ R, 2:28, action
Raising an eyebrow at celebrity image-making
She must face her demons
Earth Day celebration heads north to Alaska
Second helping of satire too much of a bad thing
Adventurous Kidman not into any ‘lightweight stuff’
War, reconciliation embodied in one man
‘Act One’ tells his story but lacks real Moss Hart quality
Godard’s 3-D film among promising Cannes offerings
Rumsfeld makes a tough subject
More like tedium
Veteran struggles with married life
Car crash fells salsa music superstar ‘Cheo’ Feliciano
Bridge
Horoscopes
Crossword
Sudoku
Jumble
Jumble Crossword
Trivia Bits
Cool Friday — but weekend warm-up ahead
THE DRILL IS GONE
All the rage
Granddad’s music
Seeking hilarity
JOHN VON RHEIN RECOMMENDS
He’s the man taking on poverty
MICHIGAN CITY
CHICAGO
CHICAGOLAND
Violinist REGINA CARTER in tune with Americana
Regina Carter
Rap evolving as drill wanes
6 Chicago rappers to watch
Logan, Saba
Where have all the comedies gone?
Displaced daughters dream about ‘Pinkolandia’
Lydia Loveless turns frustration into songwriting gold
Hollow Mountain’s vintage crunch takes shape
TOP ROCK SHOWS
A slower Twista still spewing raps
Sam Smith tries to gain some swagger
Schoolboy Q brims with raps, self-confidence
ON THE CALENDAR

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