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  • Tick-Tock...Is That Your Daddy Clock?

    Tick-Tock...Is That Your Daddy Clock?
    Do you hear it? Tick, tick, tick ... hmmmm, perhaps it's one of two things: 60 Minutes is on TV; or maybe, just maybe, it's your biological clock ticking. Is there really a biological clock ticking away ... for guys? While just a common metaphor, the...
  • Extension 720 Audio Archives, May 2005

    Three experts on Buddhism join in a roundtable discussion of the history and practice of that ancient religion. They are: Dan Arnold, professor of the philosophy of religion at the University of Chicago's Divinity School, Patti Nakai, non-resident...
  • Extension 720 Audio Archives, April 2005

    Former Chicago alderman Leon Despres--along with former Chicago Tribune reporter Kenan Heise--discusses his twenty years standing up to the Chicago Democratic machine, headed by the late Mayor Richard J. Daley. Despres new memoir is Challenging the...
  • "The Confessions of Edward Day" by Valerie Martin & "Let the Great World Spin" by Colum McCann

    "The Confessions of Edward Day" by Valerie Martin & "Let the Great World Spin" by Colum McCann
    "The Confessions of Edward Day" By Valerie MartinVintage, $15.95, 304 pages "Let the Great World Spin" By Colum McCann Random House, $15, 400 pages Cities have served as one of the great subjects of fiction from Balzac to Dickens to Saul Bellow, and a...
  • On Diane Johnson

    At first glance, Diane Johnson, author of six novels, two biographies and a book of essays, isn't the usual image of a Western heroine. Or at any rate, she seems more the schoolmarm than the pioneer woman behind the plow. For years Johnson taught...