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Cook County Recorder Karen Yarbrough's Hiring Practices Scrutinized, Signs Of Patronage

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Originally Published: April 16, 2014 || By Brian Slodysko, Chicago Sun-Times

Former Democratic state Rep. Karen Yarbrough has been Cook County’s recorder of deeds for little over a year. 486 more words

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Chicago Sun-Times Accepting Bitcoin: Will Fur Bartering Make a Comeback?

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“Following its successful test with bitcoin micropayments provider BitWall back in February, the Chicago Sun-Times has announced that it has partnered with San Francisco-based bitcoin startup Coinbase to accept bitcoin payments. 71 more words

Michael Urie's First Time in Chicago

Buyer & Cellar star Michael Urie spent his first day (ever!) in Chicago last Friday.

He made appearances on Windy City Live! and WGN Morning News… 108 more words


Roger Ebert's First Review Was Published On This Date 47 Years Ago

By John Dodge

CHICAGO (CBS) — On this day 47 years ago, the legendary film critic Roger Ebert wrote this first review for the Chicago Sun-Times. 296 more words


Video vs. Still Photography

28 photographers from the Chicago Sun-Times, one of the nation’s largest circulated newspapers, were laid off last year. This year, Florida’s Orlando Sentinel newspaper had photographers reapplying for their own jobs which center now on video. 492 more words

Anniversary Of Roger Ebert's Death

One of Chicago’s most famous residents, Roger Ebert, was a movie critic for the Chicago Sun-Times, playwright, and movie star. He was also a husband, grandfather, philanthropist, and  mentor. 233 more words