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Chicago Tribune

The Chicago Tribune is a major daily newspaper based in Chicago, Illinois. Founded in 1847, it is the most-read daily newspaper in the Chicago metropolitan area.

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The Adverts, Ian Dury: The Stiff Records Story Offers Lots Of Delights

Review by Jim Sullivan, Chicago Tribune, 24 September 1992

THE ADVERTS, a glorious mess of a punk band with a great pop sensibility but possessing limited musical capabilities, spat out a catchy rocker called ...

The Kinks: Fraternal Disorder

Report and Interview by Jim Sullivan, Chicago Tribune, 27 May 1993

IRELAND HAS the Troubles. England has the Brothers Davies and they, too, have their troubles. Both seem equally irreconcilable. ...

Everybody's A Musician: Interactive CD-ROMS Encourage Listeners To Get In The Act

Essay by Charles Bermant, Chicago Tribune, 20 November 1994

IN 2019, THOSE WHO observe the 50th anniversary Woodstock celebration from the comfort of their own homes probably will have the richer experience. ...

The Roots: Down to The Roots

Report and Interview by Geoffrey Himes, Chicago Tribune, 22 July 2001

TO UNDERSTAND WHY the Roots are the world's best live-on-stage hip-hop act, you have to look past the front line of rappers and check out ...

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