by Grant Pick | Sep 6, 1990
Irving Thalberg Jr., born rich of Hollywood royalty, chose a low profile and a life of the mind.
by Grant Pick | Jun 2, 1988
And skilled laborers give way to retail clerks, as Chicago changes from the city that works to the city that shops.
by Grant Pick | Jan 7, 1988
Rag man, rug salesman, drag queen, neo-Nazi—if you lived in Chicago, Grant Pick wanted to hear your story.
by Michael Miner | Feb 7, 2008
A Chicagoan fondly remembers his time in the service of Saddam's son.
by Grant Pick | Feb 3, 2005
Lugging around that mass of cold, shiny metal helps Doug Jennings bear his more existential burdens.
by Grant Pick | Dec 2, 2004
For decades street photographer Gary Stochl never showed his work to a soul--not even his parents. Now, thanks to a twist of fate or two, he's in the Art Institute's collection and has a monograph on the way.
by Grant Pick | Nov 25, 2004
When she was 15, Holly McGuire was certain she'd seen Jason Gray murder three kids. Back in court at age 30, she didn't seem so sure. Now his fate hangs on whether she can still be believed.
by Grant Pick | Aug 26, 2004
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