Author: Daniel Hautzinger

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"I want to be an honest man, and I want to be a good writer," James Baldwin tells Studs Terkel in this eloquent and incisive... [Read More]
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Sunday night at the Golden Globes, Oprah Winfrey gave a galvanizing acceptance speech after being granted a lifetime achievement award. See what she was like... [Read More]
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In the first half of the new season of The Interview Show, Mark Bazer sits down with some outstanding guests with Chicago connections, including a... [Read More]
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Looking for some simple, healthier snacks for your New Year's Eve gathering? Try these three appetizers from Gaby Dalkin, courtesy of PBS Food. ... [Read More]
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Articulate with Jim Cotter airs at 6:00 pm on WTTW Prime and is available for streaming online. [Read More]
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It's a crippling holiday season in Poplar, with subzero temperatures and mounds of snow. Valerie attends to a scared young woman living in a trailer,... [Read More]
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Recap Part One of the Last Tango in Halifax Holiday Special. Both parts are available to stream. [Read More]
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Ghosts of all sorts are showing up in Halifax, as Caroline gets a now job and moves into a new house with Alan and Celia... [Read More]
Tags: Celia - Halifax - Ghosts
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"Christmas is all about showing off," says Mary Berry. While this Christmas trifle isn't quite as elaborate as some of the things she and Paul... [Read More]
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In Scandinavia and especially Sweden, the feast day of Saint Lucia is an important celebration of light during the short days of winter. How do... [Read More]
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Because Hanukkah commemorates a miracle in which a single day's supply of lamp oil lasted for eight days, fried foods are traditional for the holiday.... [Read More]
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Journalistic chops aren't Paris Schutz's only talent. The Chicago Tonight broadcaster also plays piano, sings, and writes songs, including his own "schmaltzy Christmas tune." Hear... [Read More]
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The Washington Post published its first issue 140 years ago on December 6. Over its long history, it has given us a memorable gaffe and... [Read More]
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They have been a tradition in Chicago for over one hundred years, and seemingly everyone has fond memories of going to see them. See some... [Read More]
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There's a new Chicago River Tour with Geoffrey Baer, but the TV program isn't the only way you can explore Chicago's vital waterway. You can... [Read More]
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The Holiday Train is now in its 25th year, while the bus is in its fourth. Both offer photo sessions with Santa, colored lights, and... [Read More]
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You survived making a delicious Thanksgiving meal, but what do you do now with the heaps of leftovers? Try repurposing your extra turkey, mashed potatoes,... [Read More]
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How much do you know about turkeys, tofurkys, turduckens, and all the other dishes you only eat at Thanksgiving? [Read More]
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"When you're born into this world it's very hard to realistically change your life," says the director of the newly updated Frontline: Poor Kids. "Kids... [Read More]
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Turkey is arguably the most difficult part of a Thanksgiving meal to make, especially if you brine it in a liquid salt mixture. Try this... [Read More]
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