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Mother's Day

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Top Mother's Day Articles

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  • Charges in fatal shooting of woman 2 days before Mother's Day

    Charges in fatal shooting of woman 2 days before Mother's Day
    Charges have been filed in the shooting death of a Southwest Side mother of three just two days before Mother's Day, police said. Johnny Reese, 23, of the 11400 block of South Union Avenue, is charged with first-degree murder, murder while in the...
  • Waffle House forces waitress to give back $1K tip

    Waffle House forces waitress to give back $1K tip
    Waffle House forced one of its waitresses to return a $1,000 tip she received from a patron on Mother's Day, according to the Charlotte Observer. Shaina Brown received the generous tip from a businessman who wished to remain anonymous, but since he paid...
  • In Theory: Advice for future dads

    Christian Evangelist Billy Graham is widely quoted as having said, "A good father is one of the most unsung, unpraised, unnoticed, and yet one of the most valuable assets in our society." With Americans celebrating this June 15 the annual day devoted to...
  • The mother of all Father's Day Gifts

    Dads, our numbers are in, and I have to say, they're not looking good. For 2014, the National Retail Federation finds that the average spending on Father's Day gifts will be $113.80, a drop of more than $6 from last year. Even more disturbing is the fact...
  • Hillary Clinton book tour could serve as dry run for a campaign

    Hillary Clinton book tour could serve as dry run for a campaign
    She's traveled the country mixing weighty policy pronouncements with joking references to her hair. She's reflected on gender bias and offered career advice to young women, gushed about becoming a grandma and raked in a fortune in speaking fees on the...
  • A deck overlooking the Kennedy? This is the life!

     A deck overlooking the Kennedy? This is the life!
    How do you like Jim Flaminio's and Becca Lulinski's deck? You've likely seen it, if you've been in one of the 260,000 vehicles that drive past it on the Kennedy Expressway every day. It's that large deck behind a copper roof just west of the North...
  • Cecy Rodgers Szuba, program director at Chicago Club, 1942-2014

     Cecy Rodgers Szuba, program director at Chicago Club, 1942-2014
    For more than two decades, Cecy Rodgers Szuba was the smiling face meeting and greeting members at the Chicago Club, one of the city's oldest business and social clubs. As program director for the club, which overlooks Grant Park and Buckingham...
  • But, Dad!

    But, Dad!
    Last month, we took the plunge and asked our mothers for sex and relationship advice, in celebration of Mother's Day. We decided not to punish ourselves any further for Father's Day, and, instead, picked our dads' brains about everything you'd talk...
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  • L.A.'s potty-mouth mayor

    L.A.'s potty-mouth mayor
    My young children and I watched the televised rally Monday celebrating the L.A. Kings' Stanley Cup victory, while my husband and older children attended at Staples Center. ("Garcetti drops an F-bomb at Kings celebration -- and there's fallout," June 16)...
  • Southwest suburban eateries plan brunch for Mom

    Southwest suburban eateries plan brunch for Mom
    Mother's Day is fast approaching. How about brunch? Here are some restaurant offerings for May 11. Orland Park Moms receive a chocolate-covered strawberry at Granite City Food and Brewery, 14035 S. LaGrange Road. The restaurant will beef up...
  • Oak Park police blotter: iPhone taken from Blue Line rider, battery against jogger, and more

    Oak Park police blotter: iPhone taken from Blue Line rider, battery against jogger, and more
    The following items were taken from police reports: Five boys ages 16 to 20 stole a iPhone 5C with blue-and-gray cell phone case, valued at $425, from the hand of a Round Lake resident sitting on the CTA Blue Line train at 11:35 p.m. May 20. The five...