Read: “In sickness and in health” for the Chicago Tribune, Life+Style
A Love Notes feature profiling a couple who didn’t let a cancer diagnosis ruin their plans to wed.

Read: “Is your apartment ruining your love life?” for the Chicago Tribune, Life+Style
A messy apartment can be a turn off for future love interests, a study finds.

Read: “Drink This: High Thyme at The Brixton” for the Chicago Tribune, Dining
A blurb about a superior cocktail at Andersonville’s The Brixton.

Read: “New owner, same traditions at Alex’s Washington Gardens” for the Chicago Tribune, Dining
A Home Plate feature about an Italian restaurant in Highwood that has remained trapped in time since its opening in 1982.

Read: “Our endless quest for coziness” for the Chicago Tribune, Op-Ed
Chicago’s winters can be brutal, and all we want to do is find a cozy place to relax.

Read: “Welcome to the Death Cafe” for the Chicago Tribune, Life+Style
A story about strangers gathering to discuss their fears, questions and beliefs of death. This piece originally appeared in the Tribune’s Sunday section.

Read: “Check, please! Yes, over here” for RedEye
A column about waiters always assigning the check to the male.

Read: “Allow cameras in the Supreme Court” for the Chicago Tribune, Editorial
An editorial arguing for SCOTUS to permit cameras for oral arguments and readings of the decisions.

Read: “Your digital afterlife” for the Chicago Tribune, Editorial
This editorial gives people a heads up on what happens to your social media accounts after you die.

Read: “GOP hearts women? Not exactly” for the Chicago Tribune, Op-Ed
An op-ed concerning why it took Republicans so long to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act.

Read: “A day to remember” for Inside Loyola
The Dalai Lama visited Loyola University Chicago. Here’s my recap of the event.

Read: “Facing the tough questions” for Inside Loyola
Mayor Rahm Emanuel sat down with the Better Government Association’s Andy Shaw to discuss his first 100 days in office.

Read: “Durbin unveils CTA funding” for Inside Loyola
U.S. Senator Dick Durbin  announces millions in funding for CTA renovations, including a complete remodeling of Loyola’s Red Line stop.

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