Tag Archives: Chicago Tribune

My Drew Peterson Doughnut Dilemma

Remember Drew Peterson? He’s still in the news, still a free man, and his fourth wife Stacy’s whereabouts remain a mystery. In contrast to his national media exposure (NBC’s “Today” show, People magazine cover, among others) of last November, the intensity of interest has waned since he first became a dubious household name in America. […]

Chicago Tribune Has Designs On New Era

Today marks a new era for the Chicago Tribune, with a radically new layout and design. I’m still wading through it, and it’s going to take some time to adjust to it and give this re-invention a full assessment. Clearly, the Internet has wielded a major influence on the design and sensibility of the latest […]

Faith & Finances: Recommended Reading

Most of the time, this blog is devoted to PR topics. But on occasion, I’ll read something so on-target, so timely, that I feel compelled to pass it along. A commentary in today’s Chicago Tribune, by Sojourners Magazine founder and editor Jim Wallis, is the latest example, as Wallis holds up the elements that led […]