"My Kind of Town," the fine new play by John Conroy with the titular nod to Frank Sinatra, begins with a faux promotional video about the beauties of Chicago, circa 1990. Narrated by the Tribune's Rick Kogan, it's a shot-from-the-air celebration of the city's natural beauties, glamorous night life and friendly, unpretentious people. From there, we are led directly down, down into the basement of Area 2 police headquarters, where confessions are extracted with the help of an electronic device.
Photo by Phil Velasquez/Chicago Tribune/MCT via Getty Images Of the 13 people shot and wounded Thursday night at a basketball court in Chicago's South Side by at least two gunmen one of the victims include a 3-year-old boy who... Read Post
About half of the Los Angeles Times staff say they’ll quit if the Koch brothers buy the paper. It’s a different story at the Chicago Tribune, according to veteran columnist Rick Kogan. “Frankly, I can’t see anybody in these perilous... Read Post