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Hollywood, commuting and the bookstore

Hollywood, commuting and the bookstore

October 2, 2019

https://open.spotify.com/episode/4ZrIkkk0kIfhiJaK4LXZ2K On this week's episode of Chronicle Headlines, our staff talks about a student film being shown in Hollywood, the sacrifice of lengthy com...

New chapter for Chicago’s independent publishing

By Amanda Murphy

October 16, 2011

As certain literary communities like newspapers and magazines begin to dwindle around the city, others are beginning to flourish and grow. Chicago has long been a city of literature with world-renowned newspapers and authors, but publishing hasn’t been its forte since the glory days of Printers Row—until now.In the last seven years, independent publishing houses have popped up all around the city, feeding Chicagoans with...

Campus needs more bike parking

By Editorial Board

September 6, 2010

Even on an early morning in the middle of summer, the bike racks in front of the 33 E. Congress Parkway Building are full. It’s the same scene outside the Wabash Campus Building, 623 S. Wabash Ave., where the long string of racks removed during last year’s construction project has been replaced with only eight U-shaped racks, room for 16 bicycles. Most of the racks on Michigan Avenue are blocked off due to construction...

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