The year in fiction: Our favorite 2018 novels
The year in fiction. Peruse our favorite 76 novels from the past year at the 2019 Tournament of Books long list.
One local boy’s locks sends shockwaves throughout his community, and a clear message to the world of fashion: The younger generation plays by a new set of rules.
Power, speed, performance: You won’t find them here. Our reviewer is forced to put this once-sporty 1978 model through its paces. Part of a series of reports on the life of our writer.
The X-rays and photos show beyond any doubt that one orthodontist’s recently found treasure spells financial tragedy for a local family.
The debate over privacy rages on: Can authorities be trusted, and are civil liberties at risk? Either way, in at least one Illinois household snooping may be the new law of the land.
The higher you go, the further you have to fall. Kids at Greenbrook Elementary find a dangerous new way to kill time, while a concerned community worries that might not be all that’s in jeopardy.
In our ongoing coverage of the moments that defined our writer’s life, kids are talking about sex—and what they’re saying may shock you.
Local authorities scramble to investigate allegations of abuse on Christmas morning.
A culinary legend is immortalized in the hearts of critics and parents alike.
Today a short but glorious career on the base-paths drew to a close. And with it, the future of instructional league baseball appears hazy.