The Notre Dame Fighting Irish's Undefeated 2012 Football Season and National Championship Bid
Chicago Tribune Staff
A Special Photographic Tribune
A celebration of the life of Ernie Banks, "Mr. Cub."
Drew Peterson: The Tribune Files
The True-Crime Story of the Wife-Killing Cop
A collection of Chicago Tribune newspaper articles detailing the case and trial of Drew Peterson, the man convicted of murdering his third wife, Kathleen Savio, and who is widely suspected of being responsible for the disappearance of his fourth wife, Stacy Peterson.
Innovation and Technology
Inside Chicago's Business Incubators
Good Eating's Gluten-Free Recipes
Healthy and Fresh Appetizers, Entrees and Desserts
Compiled from some of the best recipes published in the Chicago Tribune , Good Eating's Gluten-Free Recipes details how to make delicious, fresh gluten-free meals, in an easy-to-use format.
Good Eating's Dessert Recipes
Cakes, Pies, Cobblers, Tarts and More
The Best of Printers Row, Volume One
Author Interviews and Literary Essays
The Injury, Recovery, and Return of a Chicago Bulls Superstar
The Player, the Coach, the Chicago Bears Legend
A history of Hall of Fame football legend Mike Ditka's career as a player and coach with the Chicago Bears, as taken from articles that appeared in the Chicago Tribune.
Weekends in Chicago
The Best in Arts, Entertainment, Eating, Drinking and More from the Chicago Tribune
An insider's guide to planning weekend getaways to Chicago. Created by the award-winning staff and critics of the Chicago Tribune, Weekends in Chicago curates a broad variety of entertaining activities based on your personality, interests, and visit.
Interviews with Inspiring Chicagoland Women
The Chicago Blackhawks' Unforgettable 2013 Season
A look back at the Chicago Blackhawks Stanley Cup-winning 2013 season, from the Chicago Tribune reporters who covered every moment.
How Rita Crundwell Embezzled More Than $50 Million from Her Illinois Town
MBA Starter Kit
Your Guide to Options, Finances and Value in a Master of Business Administration Degree in Chicago
Stories of Chicago Business and Organization Leaders
Executive Profiles is a thorough collection of articles offering an in-depth look into the careers and personal lives of Chicago's top business executives from a variety of industries.
A Century of Progress
A Photographic Tour of the 1933-34 Chicago World's Fair
A collection of rare, archival photographs of the 1933-34 Chicago world's fair, as taken from the Chicago Tribune.
Good Eating's Global Dining in Chicago
Where to find the city's best international, ethnic, and exotic restaurants
An easy-to-read and expansive collection of restaurant reviews from the Chicago Tribune, this book compiles the best international fare and ethnic cuisine from Chicago and the surrounding suburbs.
Triumph, Trauma and Tragedy in the NFL
The powerful story of how one football champion's life first blossomed and then bottomed out after his NFL career ended, shadowed by the threat of chronic trauma.
The Chicago Tribune Guide to Chicago
Restaurants, Bars, Theaters, Museums, Festivals, Sports and More
The Chicago Tribune Guide to Chicago is a quick and easy introduction to what to do, where to go, and how to get there in Chicago and its surrounding suburbs, brought to you by the Chicago Tribune.
Jesse Jackson Jr.
From Promise to Scandal—the Journey of a Chicago Political Scion
A captivating look at the political career of Jesse Jackson Jr., from his mid-1990s political rise through his recently disclosed mental health issues and resignation from Congress.
Good Eating's Thanksgiving Recipes
Traditional and Unique Holiday Recipes for Desserts, Sides, Turkey, and More
A collection of terrific traditional and modern recipes for Thanksgiving from the award-winning food writing staff of the Chicago Tribune.
Good Eating's Holiday Cookies
Delicious Family Recipes for Cookies, Bars, Brownies, and More
A comprehensive collection of the best recipes from the Chicago Tribune's annual Holiday Cookie Contest, complete with full-color photography and helpful tips for every home baker.
Good Eating's Cheap Eats in Chicago
A Neighborhood Guide to Dining Out on a Budget at the City and Suburbs' Best Restaurants
An extensive insider's guide to Chicago's most affordable ethnic and traditional American restaurants, from burger joints and brew pubs to Asian fusion and Middle Eastern cuisine.
Good Eating's Quick Breads
A Collection of Convenient and Unique Recipes for Muffins, Scones, Loaves, and More
Good Eating's Quickbread Recipes is a distinct collection of recipes devoted entirely to baked goods leavened without yeast. This book features everything from classic breakfast items like muffins, scones, and pancakes to more complex seasonal loaves.
Good Eating's Creative Pasta
Healthy and Unique Recipes for Meals, Sides, and Sauces
Good Eating's Creative Pasta provides both novice and experienced home cooks with classic and innovative pasta recipes that create flavorful, healthy dishes for a variety of occasions and seasons.
Good Eating's Classic Home Recipes
Traditional comfort foods and heirloom family recipes for every occasion
From traditional comfort foods to family recipes from diverse cultural backgrounds, Good Eating's Classic Home Recipes offers a vast collection of appetizers, entrees, and desserts.
Chicago Bears: The Drive to 2012
An In-Depth Guide to Off-season Moves and Pre-season News
Chicago Bears fans' complete guide to the team's off-season moves, including free agency, the draft, training camp, and preseason, and an in-depth preview for the 2012 football season, all from the Chicago Tribune.
Good Eating's Party Snacks and Appetizers
Simple to Make and Easy to Share Hors d'Oeuvres, Desserts, and Cocktails
Good Eating's Party Snacks and Appetizers is a wonderful collection of the best snacks, appetizers, desserts, and cocktail recipes to share at parties, gathered from over 25 years of food writing by the Chicago Tribune.
Good Eating's Seasonal Salads
Fresh and Creative Recipes for Spring, Summer, Winter, and Fall
Good Eating's Seasonal Salads offers a diverse collection of 90 recipes perfect for both novice and experienced home cooks, emphasizing in-season, fresh ingredients to create a comprehensive go-to guide for flavorful and healthy salads.
A Photographic Portrait of America's Most Notorious Gangster
From the Chicago Tribune's vast archives comes a photographic retelling of the life of Al Capone—the Chicago gangster, bootlegger, and leader of Prohibition's most notorious crime syndicate.
The Rise of Rahm
Rahm Emanuel's Political Ascent, from Clinton through Congress to Obama's White House and Chicago's City Hall
A fast-paced biography of Rahm Emanuel's political ascent, from his days as a Clinton staffer to his election as the first new Chicago mayor in more than twenty years.
The Remarkable Rise of America's Most Celebrated Young Chef
This book is an up-close recounting of Grant Achatz's personal story, focusing chiefly on his impact on the international culinary scene through his work at a series of world-renowned restaurants, as told in the Chicago Tribune.
Campus Sex Assaults
A Year-Long Investigation of Midwestern Colleges
A year-long investigation by the Chicago Tribune on a series of sexual assaults at Midwestern university campuses, including the 2010 case of St. Mary's College freshman Lizzy Seeberg.
How to Improve Your Kitchen Skills and Cooking Techniques
Playing with Fire
Chemical companies, Big Tobacco, and the toxic products in your home
A ground-breaking investigative series by the Chicago Tribune on the hazardous materials packed into your furniture.
How To Do Almost Anything
Bad Decisions and Backroom Deals in Illinois' Public Pension System
For the first time ever, one book examines the breadth and depth of the pension problem in Illinois and Chicago, reported with precision by the award-winning Chicago Tribune staff.
How one superstar chef and his iconic Chicago restaurant helped revolutionize American cuisine
A fast-paced biography chronicling the rise of Charlie Trotter and his Chicago-based restaurant and his reign atop the city's culinary scene, as told by the Chicago Tribune journalists who were there.
The 2012-13 Chicago Bulls
A Superstar's Setback, A Team Transformed
The award-winning Chicago Tribune staff guides you through the devastating aftermath of the Chicago Bulls' 2012 playoff run and into the off-season moves as the Bulls attempt to rebuild a winning team.
Stories of Love, Loss and Coming Together
A collection of the Chicago Tribune's popular "Love Notes" column, featuring 50 inspiring accounts of people's personal tales of falling in love.
How to Do Almost Anything
An entertaining, engaging, and informative guide to everyday problems both small (unclogging a drain) and large (ending a relationship). Drawn from the "Life Skills" column in the Chicago Tribune, this collection of do-it-yourself fixes covers a broad range of topics from the highly practical to the wildly funny.
Daley: A Retrospective
A Historical Exploration of Former Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley
A fascinating study of Richard M. Daley, an iconic politician whose decisions and policies have directly shaped Chicago as we know it today. The Chicago Tribune staff looks back at the origins, career, and legacy of the city's longest-serving mayor.
Good Eating's Christmas Recipes
Delicious Holiday Entrees, Appetizers, Sides, Desserts, and More
Chicago White Sox 2012
From Heroes to Heartbreakers—25 Defining Moments
Good Eating's Passover Recipes
Traditional and Unique Recipes for the Seder Meal and Holiday Week
A straightforward and beautifully photographed cookbook for the Passover holiday season, including classic recipes for traditional dishes as well as unique twists on old favorites.
A Consumer's Guide to Saving Money and Making Good Financial Decisions
Spending Smart is a collection of articles from the Chicago Tribune column of the same name that gives helpful consumer tips on making the most out of your money when it comes to products, banking, consumer programs, and general financial wisdom.
Edited by Chicago Tribune Staff
Gangsters & Grifters
Classic Crime Photos from the Chicago Tribune
A collection of vintage Chicago Tribune crime photographs, featuring infamous gangsters, small-time bandits, crooks, and wise guys.
Prize-Winning Family Recipes from the Chicago Tribune for Cookies, Bars, Brownies and More
A collection of the best recipes from the Chicago Tribune's annual holiday cookie contest, featuring delicious traditional and contemporary recipes as tested by the newspapers' award-winning food writers.
An exploration of Chicago and Chicagoans, told through photographic portraits compiled from the Chicago Tribune's vast historical archives.
Beyond the Ivy
100 Years of Wrigley Field
As a tribute to Wrigley Field's 100th birthday, the Chicago Tribune has collected a series of articles and photographs from the newspaper's vast historical archives detailing and celebrating the ballpark's rich history.
Good Eating's Cocktail Recipes
Mixology Tips and More Than 50 Classic and Artisanal Drinks
Classic cocktail recipes and gourmet twists on old favorites, from the Chicago Tribune's award-winning food and drink writing staff, as well as from well-established local bartenders.
A Photographic Portrait of America's Most Notorious Gangster
Al Capone—the legendary Chicago gangster and bootlegger—as seen in long-lost images from Chicago Tribune photographers.
Short Stories from Printers Row, Volume One
Short Stories from Printers Row, Volume One is a fiction anthology of 25 short stories collected from the Chicago Tribune's weekly Printers Row literary supplement.
With Chicago Tribune Staff
How to Pair Wine
An Expert's Guide, Featuring Recipes, Tips and Insights for Home Dining
A companion piece and recipe book to teach readers how to pair the perfect wine with a variety of delicious, unique dishes.
The Tribune Saga
A Leveraged Buyout, an Insatiable Wall Street and a Bankruptcy Odyssey
The Tribune Saga retells the story of the Tribune Co.'s fall from grace and into bankruptcy, as reported in the Chicago Tribune's four-part investigative series.