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Against the backdrop of radical social change ushered in by the passing of Title IX in 1972, an unlikely group of high school girls come together to win one of their state’s first-ever girls’ basketball championships. A powerful first-person account told by trailblazing sports journalist Melissa Isaacson.
A singular, powerfully expressive debut memoir that traces one chef’s struggle to find her place and what happens once she does.
A monumental behind-the-scenes oral history of Chicago’s theater movement spanning 1953 to the present day, from the people who made it happen.
From the founder of Hope’s Gardens, an artisanal pesto company based in Atlanta, this cookbook encourages readers to invent their own pesto combinations and shows how to use pesto as a building block for a variety of meals.
An updated, redesigned collection of hundreds of quotes from Berkshire Hathaway chairman and CEO Warren Buffett on business, politics, taxes, life, and more.
A collection of more than 400 quotes from Amazon founder Jeff Bezos on business, e-commerce, technology, innovation, and more.
A collection of 300 remarkable photographs from the Chicago Tribune’s photo vault, curated from the @vintagetribune Instagram.
A workbook designed for executives, managers, organizations, and businesses looking to improve their or their employees’ executive leadership skills.
A critical look at the design of physical restaurant menus to explore how they influence (or not) our dining experiences and choices.
A mouthwatering, multifaceted introduction to Filipino food as told through the stories and recipes of 30 chefs and home cooks of the Filipino diaspora.
An updated and expanded collection of insightful, thought-provoking quotations from one of the world’s most successful tech entrepreneurs.
A portrait of Northern Portugal’s cuisine and culture as told through the stories and recipes of the women of Porto’s historic Bolhão Market.
A collection of legendary columnist Mike Royko’s best work from the Chicago Tribune, edited by his son David Royko.