Chicago Tribune - 28 Dec 2014

Table of content - Chicago Tribune (28 Dec 2014)

CHICAGOANS OF THE YEAR 2 0 14
State’s next first lady to focus on education
Can CPS recoup money for risky bonds?
Defining moment for Bears
A ‘broken’ city mourns officer
A proposal: Pump up Illinois’ gas tax
Recap: Whom to watch in Chicago business 2014
Tom Skilling’s forecast
Welcome back, bison
A special holiday edition
Pro sports photos of the year
Start planning your 2015
Traveling while black created a stir among strangers in Asia
TRIB NATION
Call for Algren contest entries
ACCURACY AND ETHICS
A nod to 2014: A year with lots of rhymes, hardly any reason
As use of kratom grows, state bans its sale to minors
Eaglet going free as court case drags on
Roosevelt president’s pay ranks 5th
Oak Park flush with rebates from credit card use
Regional Orthodox bishop installed
Suspect in abuse faces mental test
Will the CPS get relief for risky bonds?
Some borrowers have gotten money back
SEC failed to ride to CPS’ rescue
Next first lady to focus on education
Shelter aglow: Moonbeam returns
2 boys recovering after robbery near Navy Pier
Beards the focus at specialty shops
Plainfield woman reaches for sky at military college
CHICAGO WEEK
Center trains people down on their luck
A GENERATIONAL DIALOGUE
A son advocates for his fellow millennials
Chasing dreams and goals 10 minutes at a time
Gifts from the mailbag
The garlow: Just ahead of its time?
1973 magazine contest poked fun at the mayor
Woodrow Wilson Road didn’t go far
Hungarians in Chicago had a slice of homeland
Welcome home to your Prairie State
Enjoy the raise you won Nov. 4
You’ll keep more of the money you earn.
2014 took the ‘awe’ out of ‘awesome’
OP-ART
Our first Christmas
Ruined Christmas
Used gifts
‘Broken’ city mourns fallen son
Islamic State failing at being well-run state
Flight with at least 155 aboard reported missing from Indonesia
Strikes hit home
Syria says it is open to Moscow-backed peace talks; opposition says just the opposite.
Ebola doctor’s bind: 2 patients, drug for 1
North Korea hurls barbs over movie
Syria agrees to join peace talks sponsored by Russia
Sony works on network access
The puzzle of a N.C. hanging
South, West see population spurts in latest census data
Low-gluten wafers on rise in churches
Auto dealer pitched low prices for decades
Thai locals commemorate victims of 2004 tsunami
Somali Islamist with $3M bounty surrenders
WINNING LOTTERY NUMBERS
Libya asks Italy to help extinguish fire at oil port
ON DECEMBER 28 ...
Police: NYC psychiatric hospital patient kills 1
2 snowmobilers die after plunging into Mont. lake
5 people stabbed in Washington restaurant
Swedish center-left does deal with opposition
4 China officials rebuked over AIDS scare tactics
George H.W. Bush to remain hospitalized
Argentine leader hurt
PUMP UP THE GAS TAX
Raging bull may be tamed
ComEd ignites fireworks over fees for testing smart grid tech
Smart Grid Test Bed
We said they’d make headlines in 2014. Were we right?
Former Bulls psychologist talks about effective team building
Money advice that’s worth repeating
Chicago goes heavy on LIT’s Christmas music
Old World appeal gives lift for Chicago’s last tannery
Peter Liguori
Patricia Woertz
Harper Reed
Don Thompson
Martin Nesbitt
Ty Fahner
George Lucas and Mellody Hobson
Howard Tullman
Hits and misses for 2014
Illinois ends 2014 with 91 fewer bank branches
Some firms target ComEd smart grid tech test fees
Pump up the gas tax, governor-elect
Tamer bull seen in ’15
Yes, it’s almost that time — 4 career resolutions for 2015
Talking points
Staying fit at work
Know your worth as an RN
Search for RN jobs
6 signs of a great resume
For the slow days, Pt. 1
For the slow days, Pt. 2
King George
Castro questioned in 2nd Dominican shooting
In a moment’s notice
TALKING SMACK
MORE BEARS-VIKINGS
Jimmy Butler’s 33 points fuel Bulls’ 107-100 victory over Anthony Davis, Pelicans.
With Sheldon Day back, Irish ‘D’ out to reclaim respectability in bowl game against LSU.
Brent Seabrook’s tiebreaking goal keys Hawks’ 5-2 victory against Avalanche.
Plus: A statistical look — game by game — at Trestman’s Bears career.
Plus: Pros get their turn in Part 2 of our year in sports photography.
Bears’ firing line forms to the right
McCaskey must rescue Bears’ future with decisive personnel move
Sports movies coming soon
“McFarland, USA”
Scouting report
Rail way for Bears to attack end zone
Another opportunity for Cutler
Bears’ pre-snap alignments
Setting up rail route
Frontside tare combination
Forte versus Hodges
Growing concern
Dead-end road
Chargers rolling on behind Rivers
A sharper focus
Penn State pulls out OT win
’15 bar raised: Time to win
’Bama requires respect, not fear
Big-name player
Busy day ends on right note
BLACKHAWKS 5, AVALANCHE 2
BULLS 107, PELICANS 100
2014 IN SPORTS PHOTOGRAPHY
Swing shift: Can Tiger regain form?
Rout leaves no doubt
Inspired Demps leads Wildcats rout
LOOKING BACK ON 2014
Ulis, ‘D’ power Wildcats
Hoosiers fall in OT to Hoyas
Striking twice
Jets’ Ryan expects pink slip
Stout takes spotlight as Redwings romp
Cubs’ Castro questioned over tie to 2nd shooting
Lions change defense, fortunes
Four downs
Rock
Museums
Jazz
CHICAGOANS
Classical
Theater
Architecture
Dance
Books
Film
Art
Bloodshot duo hits 20 without compromise
‘David Bowie Is’ exhibit makes rock star of curator
Devoted to keeping Chicago’s treasures
Documentary filmmaker takes the long view
Making No. 2 troupe second to none
Disability doesn’t derail RNDC chief
Deserved glory coming to him at 87
Cutting-edge art unlocked, brought home
Horoscopes
Playwright has many voices
Defenders of printed word find footing
2015 events to plan for
Tips to protect your skin while flying
Boyne skiing
Which state is nicknamed the Centennial State?
Don’t let travel cliches spoil your fun
News to use
History of Coney Island; a Photicular ‘Ocean’ view
“Ocean: A Photicular Book” Workman, $25.95
Car renter faces charge for unproven damage
Italian village is No. 1 on actress’s list
Beyond biking in Vietnam
Midwest events
Delsey suitcase includes brake
Staying at the Watergate
A spin on Midwest skiing
By the numbers
If you go
In Jerusalem, shop and eat like a local Machane Yehuda market has it all
World watch
If you go
ALL IN A ROE
Caviar dip
Mini caviar pies
Oysters with cucumber-ginger mignonette and wasabi roe
Back nextweek!
A toast to your health
‘Green’ eggs
Out of the shadows
Tiny chorizo meatballs add kick to simple soup
Black bean soup with chorizo meatballs and poblanos
Recommended
To your health
Roasted kohlrabi and chayote with feta and pistachios
Mashed charred eggplant
Carrot coins with yogurt and thyme
Fish cakes
THE WINES
THE FOOD
A dainty dish to set before your guests
Gooey chicken, brie and cranberry pies
Smoked salmon vols-au-vent
What’s the best way to bake an apple?
Baked apples filled with fruits and nuts
The fastest baked apple
Going for ‘green’ roe
Tasty Google searches: Chicken, margarita
Mixing it up
Schooled in philanthropy
Candid Candace
Balancing Act
Just Kidding
Seeing email leads to marital ‘worst’
Family mealtimes are so hard, but such an important ritual
‘Culture’ is a fitting word to represent life in 2014
Resolutions: Balance is key
Surviving the date when loved ones play matchmaker
Sage advice for grown-up goals
Amy Maglio
Is bucket list really the best way to enjoy retirement?
Q: What are some of the reasons?
Q: Tell me what you do when you’re not working and not parenting and not sleeping.
Nominate someone remarkable:
Q: What’s included in a scholarship?
Q: Howdo you convince families to let their daughters go to school?
Q: Is that relaxing or more energizing?
Q: And you cook?
Q: A community member does that?
Q: Do you find it helpful to carve out a certain time?
Stocking the bar? Knowing what to ask will guide choices
Come, sit, stay
Sweet Milo
Crave more Leah?
Two’s Company: Featuring pairwise wordplay
Quote-Acrostic
Tempest-Tost
The Sixth Sense
Jumble
Sudoku
Giving a party is fine, but it shouldn’t be all about you
“It’s a Start”
Lastweek’s crosswords
“Odds On”
Lastweek’s Sudoku
Lastweek’s Quote-Acrostic
Thisweek’s Jumble
Recycling Christmas tree gives it 2nd chance to do good
Polychromatic living
New Year’s Eve parties for the kids
Maggie Daley ice ribbon: What you need to know
‘The Tale of the Princess Kaguya’
Kwanzaa candle lighting at DuSable Museum
The essential bow tie primer: What size? Is clip-on OK?
Auditorium Theatre celebrates 125 years

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