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1998 CHICAGO TRIBUNE STORIES

1.     WARMEST WISHES SPREAD CHEER THIS YEAR WITH GREETING CARDS THAT DO GOOD
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune; Nov 1, 1998; pg. 3

2.     SOFT-DRINK COLLECTIBLES HAVE HARD-CORE FOLLOWING
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune; Sep 20, 1998; pg. 3

3.     KINGS OF THE ROAD FASCINATION WITH VINTAGE AUTOS, MOTORCYCLES GROWS
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune; Sep 18, 1998; pg. 65

4.     SKY RIDERS FROM OSHKOSH TO LAKE MICHIGAN, AIR SHOWS FILLED WITH FANCY MACHINES
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune; Jul 24, 1998; pg. 54

5.     FREE AS A BIRD BALLOONING BLOSSOMS IN THE MIDWEST
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune; Jun 5, 1998; pg. 68

      ANIMAL MAGNETISM LOST-PET POSTERS APPEAL TO GRAPHIC DESIGN FANS
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune; May 24, 1998; pg. 3

6.     POPULARITY OF ROCK POSTERS GROWS
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune; Jan 25, 1998; pg. 3

7.     RIGHT BEFORE OUR EYES UNIQUE RUGS SEAM TOGETHER BURSTS OF COLOR
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune; Jan 4, 1998; pg. 1

1997 CHICAGO TRIBUNE STORIES

1.     BENEFICIAL GREETINGS SALES OF HOLIDAY CARDS RAISE FUNDS FOR CHARITIES
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune; Nov 2, 1997; pg. 8

2.     ITEMS MADE IN OCCUPIED JAPAN HAVE A NUMBER OF FANS BECAUSE THEY ARE IDENTIFIABLE AND AFFORDABLE
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune; Jun 22, 1997; pg. 3

3.     LIKE BONSAI ENTHUSIASTS, MODEL RAILWAY GARDENERS PREFER THEIR PLANTINGS IN MINIATURE
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune; Jun 1, 1997; pg. 5

4.     THERE ARE A FEW SURPRISES TO BE FOUND AMONG WINNETKA'S TRADITIONAL SHOPS
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune; Jun 1, 1997; pg. 3

5.     INNOCENCE REVISITED AT NIFTY 50'S IN LONG GROVE
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune; May 25, 1997; pg. 5

6.     NO NEED TO CHECK IN TO CHECK OUT THIS CHOCOLATE
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune; Apr 30, 1997; pg. 6<

7.     MEXICO`S FINE ARTS ARE SHOWCASED IN NEW LAKE VIEW STORE
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune; Apr 20, 1997; pg. 2<

8.     DAVE & BUSTERS OFFERS FUN BY DAY FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 29, 1996; pg. 1

14.     Convention a who's Who of that British TV sci-fi favorite
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Nov 22, 1996; pg. 7.75

15.     MILES OF MAGNIFICENCE ANNUAL LIGHTS FESTIVAL PROMISES TO BE JUST THAT
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 22, 1996; pg. 81

17.     INNERVIEW STOCKS WHIMSICAL WARES FOR THE HOME
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 10, 1996; pg. 2

18.     IT'S ALL IN THE CARDS CHARITIES HELP SPREAD HOLIDAY CHEER TO PEOPLE IN NEED WITH ANNUAL SALES OF GREETING CARDS
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 10, 1996; pg. 3

20.     LITHUANIAN FOLK SCULPTURES AT LEMONT MUSEUM
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 8, 1996; pg. 71

22.     SERIOUS CIRCUS RAZZLE-DAZZLE WILL BE UNDER THE BIG TOP AT RINGLING BROS. AND BARNUM & BAILEY
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 1, 1996; pg. 79

23.     Serious circus
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Nov 1, 1996; pg. 755, 5

24.     HARVEST FEAST REKINDLES THE PAST IN LINCOLN TOWN
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 25, 1996; pg. 75

25.     KEEPING A SPIRIT ALIVE WITH THE DEATH OF HIS WIFE, SCREENWRITER JASON BRETT LEARNED THAT LIFE SELDOM FOLLOWS A SCRIPT
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 25, 1996; pg. 1

27.     TRACKING A SAUCY SUCCESS INTO THE SUPERMARKET
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 23, 1996; pg. 6

28.     MONTICELLO'S `GHOST TRAIN' ON TRACK FOR THRILLS
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 18, 1996; pg. 75

29.     HYDE PARK ART EXHIBIT HIGHLIGHTS OFFBEAT FUNCTIONAL SEATING BY YOUNG ARTIST
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 22, 1996; pg. 2

30.     PUT THESE POLITICALLY CORRECT FIGURES TO WORK
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 15, 1996; pg. 2

31.     A SWEET SOLUTION FOR SUGAR-FREE BAKLAVA
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 11, 1996; pg. 6

32.     CAVIAR ACQUIRES A CAJUN ACCENT
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 28, 1996; pg. 8

33.     DON'T PIN YOUR HOPES ON SKYROCKETING VALUES
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 18, 1996; pg. 1

34.     Don't pin your hopes on skyrocketing values
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Aug 18, 1996; pg. 151

35.     20TH ANNUAL BEATLEFEST GEARS UP FOR A FAB TIME
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 16, 1996; pg. 3

36.     SAILORS TO PROVE SKILLS IN CUP RACES
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 2, 1996; pg. 3

37.     TOUR GIVES VISITORS A BELLYFUL OF INFORMATION
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 24, 1996; pg. 6

38.     BRITISH INVASION OF THE '90S: THE FAB FOUR CONTINUE TO MAKE HEARTS RACE, ESPECIALLY COLLECTORS'
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 21, 1996; pg. 3

39.     ETHNIC FEST IN EVANSTON
Nancy Maes, Nancy Stetson, John Blades, Steve Knopper Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 19, 1996; pg. 3

40.     100 YEARS OF TOOTSIE
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 3, 1996; pg. 6

41.     GLOBE-TROTTER TURNS HOBBY INTO A SHOP
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 30, 1996; pg. 2

42.     COMICON HELPED GIVE TWINS THEIR START
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 21, 1996; pg. 3

43.     SCOTTISH CELEBRATION
Hugh Hart, Nancy Maes, David McCracken Shirley Henderson.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 14, 1996; pg. 3

44.     BOUND FOR ATLANTA
Steve Knopper, Hugh Hart Nancy Maes.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 7, 1996; pg. 3

45.     IT'S A WILD, WILD WEST SHOW! SIX FLAGS GREAT AMERICA'S NEW SOUTHWEST TERRITORY OPENS
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 31, 1996; pg. 3

46.     ON THE FRINGE
Nancy Maes, Shirley Henderson, David McCracken, Steve Knopper and Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 31, 1996; pg. 3

47.     DESPITE MIDDLE AGE ON THE HORIZON, BARBIE JUST KEEPS GETTING BETTER AND MORE POPULAR
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 26, 1996; pg. 11

48.     Flashbacks
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; May 26, 1996; pg. 157, 6

49.     CHINATOWN LANTERN FESTIVAL

Shirley Henderson, Hugh Hart, Nancy Stetson Vicky Edwards Gehrt.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 17, 1996; pg. 3

50.     GLORIOUS FOOD, WITH A FUNKY EDGE
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 15, 1996; pg. 8

51.     EVERY HOME SHELTERS A BOXFUL OF MEMORIES AND PIECES OF THE PAST
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 12, 1996; pg. 1

53.     IMAGES OF AGING HIGHLIGHT SILVER IMAGES FILM FESTIVAL
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 10, 1996; pg. 3

54.     PAIR BREW UP A NEW HOUSE OF COFFEE
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 1, 1996; pg. 10

56.     JAVA JOY COFFEEHOUSES OFFER THE BREW AND A LOT MORE
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 26, 1996; pg. 26

58.     THE COFFEE HAS BEEN PERCOLATING FOR CENTURIES
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 26, 1996; pg. 26

59.     The coffee has been percolating for centuries
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Apr 26, 1996; pg. 743, 2

60.     POSTERS ON PARADE
Hugh Hart Nancy Maes.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 19, 1996; pg. 3

61.     HOYPOLOI: A NEW PLACE TO RELAX AND SHOP
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 24, 1996; pg. 2

62.     NEWLY ACQUIRED TILEMAKING SKILLS BRING COMMUNITY ARTIANS FROM THE FRINGES TO THE FOREFRONT SHAPING CLAY, MOLDING LIVES
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 10, 1996; pg. 1

63.     Shaping clay, molding lives
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Mar 10, 1996; pg. 151, 1

64.     A VARIETY OF ANTIQUES STORES, RESALE GALLERIES AND QUALITY AWAITS SHOPPERS ON BELMONT AVENUE Series: One in a monthly series on nearby destinations that are worth a visit because of their wealth of interesting home-furnishing and specialty shops.
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 3, 1996; pg. 3

65.     A variety of antiques stores, resale galleries and quality awaits shoppers on Belmont Avenue
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Mar 3, 1996; pg. 153, 1

66.     POW! BAM! JINGLE! WISE COLLECTORS MAY FILL THEIR POCKETS, AS COMIC BOOKS AND ANIMATION ART CAN BE AS GOOD AS GOLD
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 1, 1996; pg. 28

68.     SOME LIKE IT HOT
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 28, 1996; pg. 10

69.     PICKING THE RIGHT CARPET IS MORE THAN A COLOR CHOICE
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 25, 1996; pg. 3

70.     YOU CAN BE A CARD-CARRYING FURNITURE AFICIONADO
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 18, 1996; pg. 1

71.     `X-FILES' FEVER SPAWNS A CONVENTION
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 12, 1996; pg. 3

72.     BLUEGRASS BROTHERS
David Duckman, Lawrence Bommer, Nancy Maes Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 5, 1996; pg. 3

73.     FONTANA REMEMBERS THE PRE-PARODY ELVIS
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 5, 1996; pg. 3

74.     COCOA THERAPY WHICH MIXES ARE BEST FOR SMOOTHING A ROUGH WINTER?
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 3, 1996; pg. 7

1995 CHICAGO TRIBUNE STORIES

1.       PIN BOYS STILL BOWL 'EM OVER AT SOUTHPORT LANES
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 29, 1995; pg. 3

2.      POLKA'S SWEET HOME: CHICAGO
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 29, 1995; pg. 3

3.      QUICK PICKS A THROWBACK
Lawrence Bommer, Hugh Hart Nancy Maes.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 22, 1995; pg. 3

4.       KIDS' MEALS TOYS PROVE THAT MARKETERS AND COLLECTORS FIND FOOD AND CARTOONS A WINNING COMBINATION
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 17, 1995; pg. 3

6.     'CHRISTMAS SHIP' DOCKS DOWNTOWN
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 15, 1995; pg. 3

7.       THE ULTIMATE `OFFICE PARTY'
Shirley Henderson, Hugh Hart, John von Rhein, Nancy Maes.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 15, 1995; pg. 3

8.     FIREDWORKS LETS YOU CREATE AN ORIGINAL WORK OF ART
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 10, 1995; pg. 5

9.       `YOUNG MESSIAH' WORKS ON GOSPEL'S GAP
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 8, 1995; pg. 3

10.       `DALEY' PREMIERES AT HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 24, 1995; pg. 2

11.      GOOD WILL SENDING GLAD TIDINGS AT HOLIDAY TIME ALSO CAN BENEFIT CHARITIES
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 12, 1995; pg. 3

12.       RUBBER STAMPS ARE MAKING THEIR MARK WITH COLLECTORS
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 3, 1995; pg. 3

13.     WHO WAS THAT MASKED MAN? AGHOST, A GOBLIN OR A BOLIVIAN DEVIL?
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 22, 1995; pg. 2

14.     CRAPS DEALER TAKES A REAL GAMBLE
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 20, 1995; pg. 1

16.     CULTURE ABOUNDS IN THIS SUBURB AND IS REFLECTED IN THE SHOPS' ARTISAN-MADE SPECIALTIES
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 3, 1995; pg. 3

17.     ILLINOIS PRODUCTS TO GO ON QVC"S SHOPPING BLOCK
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 20, 1995; pg. 2

18.     Free-form shows
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Aug 17, 1995; pg. 54

19.     TALKING ISSUES BILL MAHER MAKES PITCH FOR MORE SUBSTANCE ON TV
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 10, 1995; pg. 4

21.     DYNAMIC PAIRING IT'S HOT BY COOLER BY THE LAKE, THANKS TO PUNCH FROM AIRFLOW DELUXE
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 3, 1995; pg. 4

22.     SWING HIGH BILL O'CONNELL'S BIG BAND WILL TAILOR A PERFORMANCE TO ARLINGTON HEIGHTS
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 20, 1995; pg. 6

23.     G.I. JOES HAVE KEPT THEIR POPULARITY AMONG COLLECTORS, BUT THEIR VALUE MAY BE TOPPING OUT
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 16, 1995; pg. 3

24.     JAZZ TAILOR DAVE FLIPPO WEAVES VIBRANT MUSICAL TAPESTRIES
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 13, 1995; pg. 6

25.     NO PLACE LIKE HOME WHEN IT COMES TO THIS SUBJECT, THERE'S A STORYTELLER IN ALL OF US
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 2, 1995; pg. 1

26.     TV -- AND SHOPPING -- FAME ARE LITTLE MORE THAN A BORDER AWAY Series: One in a monthly series on nearby destinations that are worth a visit because of their wealth of interesting home-furnishing and specialty shops.
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 2, 1995; pg. 3

27.     When it comes to this subject, there's a storyteller in all of us
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Jul 2, 1995; pg. 151

28.     Feeling groovy
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Jun 29, 1995; pg. 56

29.     Write from wrong
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Jun 22, 1995; pg. 56

30.     MERMAID MOON SPECIALIZES IN NOVELTY, COLLECTIBLE AND RECYCLABLE GIFTS
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 18, 1995; pg. 2

31.     FRUIT BEER? YES, AND DESPITE ITS MIDDLE AGES ORIGIN AND SOMETINES SOUR TASTE, IT'S COOL TIPPLE TODAY
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 7, 1995; pg. 4

33.     Communication: It takes all types
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Jun 2, 1995; pg. 51

34.     IT TAKES ALL TYPES NEW FONTS HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY, EVEN IF YOU CAN'T ALWAYS READ THEM
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 2, 1995; pg. 1

35.     ELEMENTAL COME RAIN OR SHINE, IT'S ALWAYS FAIR WEATHER FOR PRAIRIE ARTS FESTIVAL
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 25, 1995; pg. 6

36.     Upbeat
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; May 11, 1995; pg. 56

37.     Money crunch
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; May 4, 1995; pg. 56

38.     Basics work
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Apr 27, 1995; pg. 56

39.     Randy's choice
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Apr 20, 1995; pg. 56

40.     Transition game
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Apr 13, 1995; pg. 5

41.     FROM MARLENE DIETRICH TO MOON WALKERS: A TELECARD FOR EVERYONE
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 2, 1995; pg. 1

42.     From Marlene Dietrich to moon walkers: A telecard for everyone
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Apr 2, 1995; pg. 151

43.     ADVENTURE ROAD TAKE A SPIN DOWN MYTHIC ROUTE 66 WITH WRITER CAPTIVATED BY ITS HISTORY
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 30, 1995; pg. 6

44.     Adventure road
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Mar 30, 1995; pg. 56

45.     CITY LIMITS WITH A LITTLE CREATIVITY, URBAN GARDENERS NEEDN'T FEEL FENCED IN
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 26, 1995; pg. 14

46.     Good neighbors Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Mar 23, 1995; pg. 56

47.     Chicago Flower & Garden Show: Think spring
Jerome, Kate; Chicago Tribune; Mar 5, 1995; pg. 213

48.     GARDEN CLUBS REACH OUT TO COMMUNITY
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 5, 1995; pg. 12

49.     GUITAR HERO COBRA-SNAKE NECKTIES AND NEW HOUSES DON'T MATTER TO BO DIDDLEY, KIDS DO
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 16, 1995; pg. 8

50.     LATE BLOOMER POET DRAWS INSPIRATION FROM NATURE, FAMILY
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 9, 1995; pg. 6

51.     TIPS FOR A THRIFTY LIFESTYLE THAT'S RICH IN EXPERIENCE
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 29, 1995; pg. 2

52.     Juris not prudent
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Jan 26, 1995; pg. 56

53.     BIG GUITARS GETS BACK TO ITS ROOTS
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 5, 1995

1994 CHICAGO TRIBUNE STORIES

1.       A PEEK INSIDE TEENS' ROOMS-AND THEIR PERSONALITIES
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 25, 1994; pg. 1

2.      FROM SONNY TO SANCTUARY
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 25, 1994; pg. 2

4.     FINALLY IN FRONT, LYNNE JORDAN BELTS THE BLUES
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 22, 1994; pg. 7

5.     RESTAURATEUR'S SINGING THE BLUES
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 15, 1994; pg. 6

6.     AREA MUSICIANS' TAPE PUTS A SPIN ON MALL MUSIC
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 8, 1994; pg. 9

7.     LICENSE PLATE COLLECTING DRIVES THESE HOBBYISTS
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 4, 1994; pg. 9

8.     POST POPS UP WITH A NEW KID'S MUSICAL
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 24, 1994; pg. 8

9.     BENEVOLENT CHEER PROCEEDS FROM HOLIDAY CARDS FILL THE POCKETS OF NOT-FOR-PROFITS
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 13, 1994; pg. 3

11      PICK A TOPIC COMEDIAN JOE MULLIGAN WINGS IT, COMPOSING `INSTANT SONGS' ONSTAGE
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 10, 1994; pg. 6

12.     BACK FROM ABROAD BLUESMAN EDDIE C. CAMPBELL BOUND FOR PALATINE
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 3, 1994; pg. 6

13.     VERSATILE GREG KIHN TO VISIT SCHAUMBURG
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 27, 1994; pg. 6

14.     FOR COSTUMED CRITTERS, CHOCOLATE AND HALLOWEEN DON'T MIX
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 23, 1994; pg. 2

15.     EVERY GARDEN TELLS A STORY AND SOMETIMES IT'S A TALE FULL OF THEE UNEXECTED AS WELL AS PEONIES AND JUNIPERS

Text by Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 16, 1994; pg. 1

17.     BOARD GAMES BASED ON TV SHOWS AND CHARACTERS TAKE A TURN ON COLLECTORS' PLAYING FIELDS
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 2, 1994; pg. 7

18.     EXHIBIT CAPS RISE OF FOLK ART FORM
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 2, 1994; pg. 1

20.     CHEFS' KIDS KNOW HOW TO SPICE UP A KITCHEN
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 30, 1994; pg. 4

22.     DID YOU HEAR THE ONE ABOUT THE RABBI?
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 15, 1994; pg. 6

23.     To be Schuur
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Aug 18, 1994; pg. 56

24.     KENTUCKY HEADHUNTERS KEEP ROLLIN'
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 11, 1994; pg. 6

25.     SHAKING UP THE COLLECTIBLES SCENE
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 7, 1994; pg. 2

26.     SHE'LL NEVER GET PAINTED INTO A CORNER
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 7, 1994; pg. 2

27.     SHOPPING FOR SOFAS TO DISHES ON CABLE TV
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 31, 1994; pg. 1

29.     NOW PLAYING IN BUCKTOWN... A SET DESIGNERS TAKE ON VINTAGE FURNISHINGS
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 17, 1994; pg. 2

30.     VALUES OF TONKA TRUCKS KEEP ROLLING ALONG
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 26, 1994; pg. 10

31.     FAR FROM THE MADDENING CROWDS
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 12, 1994; pg. 2

32.     SPEAKERS OF THE HOUSE: NEW AIM IS TO BE HEARD, NOT SEEN
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 15, 1994; pg. 1

34.     COLLECTORS ARE HOOKED ON VINTAGE ICE FISHING DECOYS WITH THEIR INTRICATE DETAILING
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 8, 1994; pg. 4

35.     IF YOU WANT TO BE IN FILMS . . .
Hugh Hart Libby Morse. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 8, 1994; pg. 7

37.     BELIEVE IN MIRACLES?
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 17, 1994; pg. 2

38.     THROWING LIGHTING FOR A CURVE
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 17, 1994; pg. 2

39.     SOMEBODY'S GOT TO DO IT...
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 10, 1994; pg. 2

40.     'Repo' man
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Mar 24, 1994; pg. 56

41.     Cerebral pop
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Mar 17, 1994; pg. 55

42.     Music fest
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Jan 20, 1994; pg. 56

43.     HOW TO DISPLAY YOUR TREASURED PIECES
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 9, 1994; pg. 1

44.     ONE'S NOT ENOUGH WHETHER IT'S BABY RATTLES OR BOTTLE OPENERS, COLLECTORS JUST CAN'T LET BYGONES GO BY
Hugh Hart, Special To The Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 9, 1994; pg. 1

47.     CROSS-COUNTRY SPOKESMAN WITH COAST-TO-COAST WINTER MARATHON, LAKE FOREST BICYCLIST RAISES MONEY FOR AUTISM TREATMENT CENTER
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 6, 1994; pg. 1

1993 CHICAGO TRIBUNE STORIES

1.      A lisp sinks an audition, temporarily
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Dec 30, 1993; pg. 56

2.      A FEW TWISTS IN CHRISTMAS CELEBRATIONS
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 24, 1993; pg. 4

3.      Think ink
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Dec 19, 1993; pg. 158

4.     THINK INK MAKING YOUR MARK WITH RUBBER STAMPS CAN LEAVE AN INDELIBLE, PERSONAL IMAGE
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 12, 1993; pg. 31

5.     Ozark storyteller
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Dec 9, 1993; pg. 56

6.     FURNITURE THAT'S TUNED IN
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 5, 1993; pg. 2

7.     CHARITY BEGINS FROM BUTTER COOKIES TO RECORDS, SOME GIFTS SHARE THE WEALTH
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 24, 1993; pg. 41

8.     FINE UNWINDERS GET OUT THE JINGLE JANGLES WITH STRESS-WHACKING SOOTHERS
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 24, 1993; pg. 23

9.     LARRY GORSKI FIRST EDITIONS OF 19TH CENTURY NOVELS TOP HIS WISH LIST
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 24, 1993; pg. 27

10.     OLDER, WISER SENIORS USUALLY DON'T LIKE `THINGS' AS MUCH AS THOUGHTFULNESS
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 24, 1993; pg. 29

11. 1.      CHARITY BEGINS FROM BUTTER COOKIES TO RECORDS, SOME GIFTS SHARE THE WEALTH
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 24, 1993; pg. 41

12.      FINE UNWINDERS GET OUT THE JINGLE JANGLES WITH STRESS-WHACKING SOOTHERS
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 24, 1993; pg. 23

13.      LARRY GORSKI FIRST EDITIONS OF 19TH CENTURY NOVELS TOP HIS WISH LIST
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 24, 1993; pg. 27

14.     OLDER, WISER SENIORS USUALLY DON'T LIKE `THINGS' AS MUCH AS THOUGHTFULNESS
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 24, 1993; pg. 29

15.     PAUL LODUCA FEEDING THE HUNGRY REQUIRES YEAR-ROUND COMMITMENT
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 24, 1993; pg. 37

16.     DO-GOOD CARDS GOOD CHEER THROUGH HOLIDAY GREETINGS CAN BE A GIFT FOR THOSE IN NEED
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 21, 1993; pg. 3

17.     Do-good cards
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Nov 21, 1993; pg. 153

8.     Nostalgia works
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Nov 11, 1993; pg. 56

9.     A ONE-MAN SHOW THE MAITRE D' AT LE TITI DE PARIS COOKS UP SPECIAL EVENINGS OF FRENCH FOOD, ENTERTAINMENT
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 3, 1993; pg. 4

10.     A one-man show
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Oct 3, 1993; pg. 194

11.     ELGIN'S HANSON CONDUCTS WITH FUTURE IN MIND
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 30, 1993; pg. 11.B

12.     Elgin's Hanson conducts with future in mind  

13.     BRANCHING OUT TOMMY CHONG TAKING HIS SOLO ACT TO ZANIES
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 16, 1993; pg. 6

14.     RICHARDSON BAND TO PLAY AT DURTY NELLIES
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 16, 1993; pg. 6

15.     POCKETKNIVES MAKE THEIR MARK WITH COLLECTORS
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 12, 1993; pg. 12

16.     JOHNSON, HEADHUNTERS A LIVELY MIX
Hugh Hart, Tribune Staff Writer.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 5, 1993; pg. 5

17.     ohnson, Headhunters a lively mix
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Sep 5, 1993; pg. 55

18.     NOT JUST ANOTHER BIRD-BRAINED IDEA
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 5, 1993; pg. 2

19.     A DIRECTORY FOR THE GAY COMMUNITY
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 22, 1993; pg. 2

20.     TRIPPING THE BITE FANTASTIC CHICAGO'S SUPPER CLUB HERITAGE SHOWS SIGNS OF BOUNCING BACK
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 20, 1993

21.     Tripping the bite fantastic
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Aug 20, 1993; pg. 720

22.     SCHOOL'S PEACEKEEPER HELPS CHILDREN RESOLVE CONFLICTS TEACHER USES ROLE-PLAYING TO TRAIN PUPILS' PEERS TO SERVE AS MEDIATORS
Hugh Hart. Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 4, 1993; pg. 26

23.     Second nature
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Jul 15, 1993; pg. 58

24.     SOMETHING NEW FOR LOVERS OF SOMETHING OLD
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 14, 1993; pg. 3

25.     THE DISCO-FOR-LUNCH BUNCH FINDS A LOOP CLUB OPEN MID-DAY.
Hugh Hart, Special to the Tribune.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 14, 1993; pg. 15

26.     VIRTUAL REALITY TONY AND TINA'S THEATRICAL WEDDING IS CHILLINGLY LIKE THE REAL THING
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 12, 1993; pg. 3

27.     Virtual reality
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Jul 12, 1993; pg. 53

28.     TEENS' TALENT GOES UP AGAINST THE WALL
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 7, 1993; pg. 3

29.     TO TELL THE ALMOST TRUTH SO, A FRIEND OF A FRIEND SAID THERE WAS THIS BABY AND A MICROWAVE . . .

Text by Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 7, 1993; pg. 17

30.     BIRDS AT END OF THE ROAD STILL WAITING FOR BIG BREAK
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 24, 1993; pg. 8

31.     MUSICAL COMEDY `NUNSENSE' RETURNING TO WOODSTOCK OPERA
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 24, 1993; pg. 8

32.     Dramatic throwback
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Jun 10, 1993; pg. 510

33.     The `Russian Madonna's' bad manners is a great excuse for a feeding frenzy.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 9, 1993; pg. 16

34.     The 'Russian Madonna's' bad manners is a great excuse for a feeding frenzy
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Jun 9, 1993; pg. 716

35.     Silk canvases and a lot of wit
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 2, 1993; pg. 3

36.     Life after fashion A former fashion illustrator gives birth to `Hip Hop Heaven,' a comic book with a message.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 26, 1993; pg. 17

37.     Life after fashion
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; May 26, 1993; pg. 713

38.     Supper club brings the flavor of Desi's Copacabana to Bucktown.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 26, 1993; pg. 18

39.     Amusement parks are springing into action
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 21, 1993; pg. 4

40.     Amusement parks are springing into action
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; May 21, 1993; pg. 74

41.     Gotcha, you're it The game the British love featuring laser guns, fog and hip tunes invades America.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 19, 1993; pg. 17

42.     Gotcha, you're it
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; May 19, 1993; pg. 79

43.     Open wide and say help! The way some kids see it, dentists are scary - but they don't have to be
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 18, 1993; pg. 3

44.     Open wide and say help
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; May 18, 1993; pg. 73

45.     U Like Her Now? Everyone wants to know `what' Salli Richardson is, so here she is
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 14, 1993; pg. 3

46.     Strictly speaking
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; May 13, 1993; pg. 58

47.        Mr. `Camelot' returns Robert Goulet shifts to King role, if ever you'd like to see him
Hugh Hart, a Chicago free-lance writer.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 3, 1993; pg. 3

48.     Mr. 'Camelot' returns
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; May 3, 1993; pg. 53

49.        FINELY CHOREOGRAPHED MAKEOVERS
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 28, 1993; pg. 3

50.     IN THESE CIRCLES, YOU ARE WHAT YOU WEAR
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 28, 1993; pg. 3

51.     That's `Showbiz' For once, `Angel' Molly Hagan gets to explore the dark side
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 28, 1993; pg. 3

52.     That's 'Showbiz'
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Apr 28, 1993; pg. 53

53.     Watch dealer does a big business in used pieces.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 21, 1993; pg. 16

54.     More Mr. Nice Guy `Brooklyn Bridge's' Friedman landed another mensch role-or did he?
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 16, 1993; pg. 3

55.     More Mr. Nice Guy
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Apr 16, 1993; pg. 53

56.     Yup, they're back in the saddle again
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 16, 1993; pg. 4

57.     Yup, they're back in the saddle again
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Apr 16, 1993; pg. 74

58.     Chicago-raised comic Griffith still likes being in the spotlight
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Apr 15, 1993; pg. 512

59.     The zine scene Got a computer? Make a magazine. Nearly 2,000 others armed with an interest, a copier and a personal computer are doing it.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 7, 1993; pg. 13

 60.    The zine scene
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Apr 7, 1993; pg. 79

61.     Want to know more?
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 7, 1993; pg. 14

62.     Taming the wild West Dry Gulch recalls the thrilling days of yesteryear
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 1, 1993; pg. 9

63.     Costume designer is `untouchable' on 1920s style.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 31, 1993; pg. 14

64.        Revealing sketches Duplex Planet comic book helps put senior citizens in a new light
Hugh Hart. Hugh Hart is a Chicago area free-lance writer.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 28, 1993; pg. 3

65.     Revealing sketches
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Mar 28, 1993; pg. 53

66.     Tempo update.  

67.     Twists and turns After roller-coaster career, Damon finds his niche
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 25, 1993; pg. 11

68.     Twists and turns
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Mar 25, 1993; pg. 511

69.     View from the barnyard Video-maker hits pay dirt with farm animals
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 21, 1993; pg. 7

70.     Banding together National competition gives schools a chance to toot their own horns
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 19, 1993; pg. 3

71.     Banding together
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Mar 19, 1993; pg. 73

72.     Superstars Offstage, Jesus and Judas' tragic relationship is anything but
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 15, 1993; pg. 3

73.     Superstars
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Mar 15, 1993; pg. 53

74.     Funny about mom Home is no joke to comedian Pudgy
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 14, 1993; pg. 1

75.     Funny about mom
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Mar 14, 1993; pg. 18L1

 

76.     The knowing eye A collector all her life, Judith Barter now helps keep the Art Institute's treasure trove
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 14, 1993; pg. 3

77.     The knowing eye
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Mar 14, 1993; pg. 153

78.     Beating the odds Only Ruby Oliver expected her very first film to be seen in a theater
Hugh Hart, a Chicago area free-lance writer.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 10, 1993; pg. 3

79.     Beating the odds
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Mar 10, 1993; pg. 53

80.     Famous last words for Chelsea from local teens
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 10, 1993; pg. 17

Dog wash
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Mar 9, 1993; pg. 71

82.     Poor pooches can't wriggle out of this one
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 9, 1993; pg. 1

83.     View from the barnyard Video-maker hits pay dirt where farm animals roam
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 28, 1993; pg. 1

84.     View from the barnyard
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Feb 28, 1993; pg. 18D1

85.     Stan Malinowski shakes up readers with his magazine - Vibrator.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 24, 1993; pg. 14

86.     Here's Joan Rivers and the making of a makeover

Text by Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 17, 1993; pg. 3

87.     Double time Musicians find best of both worlds under 2 names
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 11, 1993; pg. 10

88.     Who better to keep you in stiches?
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 11, 1993; pg. 10

89.     Books, tapes spread the words
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 5, 1993; pg. 53

90.     Shows that tell An ancient tradition finds new life as storytelling festivals boom
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 5, 1993; pg. 32

91.     Shows that tell
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Feb 5, 1993; pg. 732

92.     Spinning yarns for days on end
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 5, 1993; pg. 53

93.     Second City rolls out its new revue
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 28, 1993; pg. 10

94.     The right mix Guitarist still on both sides of the jazz-classical fence
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 28, 1993; pg. 10

95.     Beat goes on
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Jan 25, 1993; pg. 51

96.     '50s bohemia and '90s grunge all united by their alienation
Hugh Hart, a Chicago area free-lance writer.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 25, 1993; pg. 1

97.     '50s bohemia and '90s grunge all united by their alienation
Hugh Hart, a Chicago area free-lance writer.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 25, 1993; pg. 1

98.     `Memories of Mario' to feature Lanza tunes sung by his son
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 21, 1993; pg. 8

99.     Silence, please Imago theater company makes a point without saying a word
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 21, 1993; pg. 8

100.     Night crawlers Local club kids show New York and USA how Chicago rocks
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 20, 1993; pg. 17

101.     Rappers, rockers fight AIDS
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 19, 1993; pg. 16

102.     Day trips too can be route to relaxation
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 15, 1993; pg. 47

103.     Day trips too can be route to relaxation
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Jan 15, 1993; pg. 739

104.     That's the ticket Commuter rail lines offer unique weekend outings
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 15, 1993; pg. 26

105.     That's the ticket
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Jan 15, 1993; pg. 718

106.     Comic Brian Regan's big break was more than he bargained for
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 14, 1993; pg. 8

107.     Tom Chapin to perform for kids
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 14, 1993; pg. 8

108.     Andersonville cafe offers travel buffs a piece of the world.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 13, 1993; pg. 14

109.     Full circle Osborne Brothers again playing bluegrass the old-fashioned way
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 7, 1993; pg. 10

110.     Good battles evil in new programs for the New Year
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 3, 1993; pg. 3

111.     Good battles evil in new programs for the New Year
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Jan 3, 1993; pg. 113

112.     Bowled over Sports bars gear up for a day of football frenzy
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 1, 1993; pg. 4

113.     Bowled over
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Jan 1, 1993; pg. 74

1992 CHICAGO TRIBUNE STORIES

1.      A taste of Louisiana Let the good times roll: Cajun music, food on the menu at Orchestra Hall
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 28, 1992; pg. 3

      A Taste of Louisiana
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Dec 28, 1992; pg. 53<

4.     Spinal Tap makes comeback with reunion parody
Hugh Hart, a Chicago free-lance writer and former rock and roll musician.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 27, 1992; pg. 3

5.     Just like in the movies Supper club recalls the days of Astaire & Rogers
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 24, 1992; pg. 8

6.     Make those New Year's plans now
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 24, 1992; pg. 8

7.     Getting rave reviews Clothes that rip-off trademarks grab the approval of the Logo generation.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 23, 1992; pg. 13

8.     Group sales keep theaters running
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 18, 1992; pg. 30

9.     Chorus marks 26th year with concert
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 17, 1992; pg. 9

10.     No more waiting Insiders take their career into their own hands
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 17, 1992; pg. 9

11.     All the world's a space trip for a `wired' Chicago artist.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 16, 1992; pg. 10

12.     Some real holiday finds

Genevieve Buck and Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 16, 1992; pg. 3

13.     Joseph Abboud A gift of power comes buried between two paperback covers.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 13, 1992; pg. 22

14.     Like none other For a truly unique holiday, find the truly unique gift.
Text by Hugh Boulware.; Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 13, 1992; pg. 3

16.     On the record
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 13, 1992; pg. 16

18.     Roberta Gonzalez Standout gift provided best of times - and worst.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 13, 1992; pg. 19

19.     Neighbors deck the yards from city to the suburbs
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 11, 1992; pg. 102

20.     `Holidays Remembered' Davis performs as guest soloist in Elgin Symphony Orchestra concert
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 10, 1992; pg. 8

21.     Play `As Is' a fitting conclusion to college's AIDS program
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 10, 1992; pg. 8

22.     Salon hopping through history
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 9, 1992; pg. 5

23.     Talking heads Looking for intellectual, stimulating, thoughtful conversation? It's coming to a living room near you.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 9, 1992; pg. 5

24.     Talking Heads
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Dec 9, 1992; pg. 75<

25.     Close to home Playing Eliot Ness not a big stretch for Chicago actor Tom Amandes
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 7, 1992; pg. 3

27.     There are a host of `Messiahs' to throw yourself into
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 4, 1992; pg. 34

28.     Pianist Aaberg, singer Higbie in Winter Solstice Concert
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 3, 1992; pg. 10

29.     Trade secret Juggling on `automatic,' Paul Bachman concentrates on making it a show
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 3, 1992; pg. 10

30.     Recurring images Painter Leveille relies on her unconscious
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 26, 1992; pg. 1

31.     All dressed up . . . And raring to go? Get ready for a night on the town and leave the planning to us.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 25, 1992; pg. 14

32.     Don't pick a stinker You can buy someone perfume and come out smelling like a rose-if you do a little homework.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 25, 1992; pg. 17

33.     Joan Rivers Unspoken sentiments bring the most joy to this mother.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 25, 1992; pg. 7

34.     Love on the line It's your first Christmas with Stu - what's a girlfriend to do? Be cool and don't overdo.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 25, 1992; pg. 20

35.     Patti LaBelle Soul diva has discovered that gifts can range from `Oh, mys' to `Oh, whys.'
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 25, 1992; pg. 33

36.     Tony Bennett Taking the loneliness out of a blue Christmas makes for a lasting memory.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 25, 1992; pg. 34

37.     Sound judgment Wok, flower pots ring true for Libby Larsen
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 19, 1992; pg. 8

38.     In step with the times LeRoy Neiman is as colorful as his paintings
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 12, 1992; pg. 8

39.     No cash required at a gallery that says `Let's make a deal.'
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 11, 1992; pg. 18

40.     Nut-bearing trees drop bounty for your pantry
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 8, 1992; pg. 5

41.     Nut-Bearing Trees Drop Bounty for Your Pantry
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Nov 8, 1992; pg. 155<

42.     Broad shoulders Ellis Marsalis pays homage to the giants of jazz
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 5, 1992; pg. 8

43.     A new River North nightclub hopes service with a smile is alluring.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 4, 1992; pg. 15

44.     Get a piece from tomorrow's masters today
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 4, 1992; pg. 3

45.     Doing it right Soul Stirrers have been shaking up gospel for 6 decades
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 2, 1992; pg. 3

46.     Doing It Right
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Nov 2, 1992; pg. 53<

47.     Fishing for furnishings
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 1, 1992; pg. 2

48.     Stepping out Trinity Dancers built from a chip on the shoulder
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 29, 1992; pg. 10

49.     Get in line and `Two-Step' to it. North Side club goes country.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 28, 1992; pg. 18

50.     Getting pinned
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 25, 1992; pg. 2

51.     How to pick 'em
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 25, 1992; pg. 5

52.     If your pumpkins didn't exactly break records, next time get an early start-indoors
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 25, 1992; pg. 5

54.     Here are clubs that cater to the younger set
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 23, 1992; pg. 4

55.     Is it a business or pleasure at the Evening Associates' artistic soirees?
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 21, 1992; pg. 21

56.     Medusa's orphans Down but not out after the loss of their favorite juice bar, teens search for a new hangout.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 21, 1992; pg. 19

58.     Who's that unmasked man? Michael Crawford steps out of `Phantom' role to simply sing
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 21, 1992; pg. 3

60.        If it's autumn, it must be time for `Johnny Appleseed'
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 15, 1992; pg. 10

61.     Rapping with a message Through her music, Sister Carol can reach many more people
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 15, 1992; pg. 10

62.     Dual baby grands make for duels on the ivories at Baja Beach Club.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 14, 1992; pg. 25

63.     A more mature look Stephanie Mills, at 35, to play Dorothy again in `The Wiz'
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 12, 1992; pg. 3

65.     Trials and tribulations Making music the least difficult part of the business for Enuff Z'Nuff
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 8, 1992; pg. 8

66.     Give this artist baubles, candlelight and an obsession, and a shrine is born.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 7, 1992; pg. 18

67.     A good word for Columbus Paul Peditto's play re-examines the explorer's tarnished image
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 5, 1992; pg. 3

69.     News tidbits Restaurants fill in their customers through mailings
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 4, 1992; pg. 2

71.     Ready to serve Waiters have gotten the tip that knowledge pays off
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 4, 1992; pg. 5

73.     Count on it Village Theatre of Palatine to stage `Dracula'
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 1, 1992; pg. 10

74.     Return of `The Wiz' Andre de Shields brings maturity to his recreated title role
Hugh Hart, a Chicago-based free-lance writer.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 27, 1992; pg. 3

76.     Karaoke `factory' sings to new tune
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 25, 1992; pg. 76

77.     Voice of experience Covington has a lifetime of singing - and learning
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 24, 1992; pg. 9

78.     Jump start Hoping to get that hip-hop thing down? Area dance classes can teach you how to put the moves on.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 23, 1992; pg. 19

79.     Northwest Talk.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 20, 1992; pg. 1

80.     A funny frenzy Reno has stopped running from her fate, but she's not standing still
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 18, 1992; pg. 3

82.     Calmer lifestyle Ex-Runaways Lita Ford keeps busy writing songs
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 17, 1992; pg. 8

83.     Behind every SubGenius conspiracy is an ordinary Bob.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 16, 1992; pg. 15

84.     Zooming back to the silly '70s
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 13, 1992; pg. 2

85.     A bright light still McInerney moves confidently into his second act
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 10, 1992; pg. 10

86.     Runaway success Lara Flynn Boyle goes from `Twin Peaks' to L.A. streets
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 10, 1992; pg. 3

88.     Grin and beer it - and this local brewery will show you how.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 9, 1992; pg. 19

89.     How things change as time goes by
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 9, 1992; pg. 3

90.     Profits or prophets? A growing number of capitalists get into the business of championing causes and advocating awareness.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 9, 1992; pg. 5

92.     Karaoke `factory' takes on the mall
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 4, 1992; pg. 14

93.     Chuckin' it all Tales of life in the slow lane
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 3, 1992; pg. 6

95.     Peter Noone brings songs, comedy to Diamondfest
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 3, 1992; pg. 5

96.     Teens do the `write' thing and let poetry tell their stories.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 2, 1992; pg. 19

97.     They're highbrow too! Elgin Fine Arts Festival set for the weekend
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 27, 1992; pg. 8

98.     The songs remain the same But tribute bands sometimes put their own stamp on vintage rock
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 21, 1992; pg. 3

99.     The Songs Remain the Same: But Tribute Bands Sometimes Put Their Own Stamp on Vintage Rock
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Aug 21, 1992; pg. 73<

100.     Fighting back Anti-heroes flout the rules
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 20, 1992; pg. 6

102.     High energy show Banjo Buddies Dixieland Band is out to entertain
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 20, 1992; pg. 10

103.     Jamboree Days Jack Casady, Jefferson Starship to perform in Carpentersville
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 13, 1992; pg. 8

104.     Model waitresses: Waitresses as models. The show goes on at intas.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 12, 1992; pg. 15

105.     Not so loud Original Silver Cornet Band does it the old way
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 6, 1992; pg. 8

106.     Composer and CSO conductor give Malcolm X a new song to sing.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 5, 1992; pg. 14

107.     Cornflakes teacher loves outdoors, kids
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 5, 1992; pg. 12

108.     Rolling, rolling, rolling down the river
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 5, 1992; pg. 3

110.     3 Villages Where Traditional Values Reign

Sulski, Jim; Chicago Tribune; Aug 5, 1992; pg. 83<

111.     Fresh `Cocoanuts' Troupe ventures gamely into Marx Brothers territory
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 30, 1992; pg. 8

112.     Cheryl, Cheryl on the wall, who's the most intriguing of them all?
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 29, 1992; pg. 4

113.     Another Breed of rocker also calls the suburbs home
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 26, 1992; pg. 7

114.     Bull-riding made easy
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 26, 1992; pg. 2

115.     Rock home A Survivor's music beats traffic jams
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 26, 1992; pg. 1

116.     California country Former Byrd's Desert Rose Band coming to Bartlett
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 23, 1992; pg. 8

117.     Do the hula Palatine homemaker trades apron for grass skirt
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 16, 1992; pg. 8

118.     A Chicago night spot serves food for both body and soul on Sundays.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 15, 1992; pg. 12

119.     Battle of the bugs Attacking insects on the homefront
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 10, 1992; pg. 20

121.     The road to success Smash Alley makes right turn by being itself
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 9, 1992; pg. 8

122.     Fashion is where you find it - in dryers, in washing machines ...
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 8, 1992; pg. 19

123.     Party animals A behind-the-scenes look at the folks who fill Chicago's nightlife with wild life.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 8, 1992; pg. 5

125.     Strike up the band Drum and bugle corps takes its show on the road
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 2, 1992; pg. 8

126.     Another Breed of rocker also calls the southwest home
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 28, 1992; pg. 8

128.     Forever Gomez John Astin is still haunted by `The Addams Family'
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 28, 1992; pg. 18

130.     Rock home A Survivor makes music while beating the traffic jams
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 28, 1992; pg. 1

132.     Child of the blues John Hammond found his calling at a young age
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 25, 1992; pg. 8

133.     Child of the Blues: John Hammond Found His Calling at a Young Age
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Jun 25, 1992; pg. 58<

134.     All about Sandra She's sharp-tongued. She's sassy. She lets her emotions run wild. It's hard to believe that Madame Bernhard is really a vulnerable softie.
Text by Hugh Boulware.; Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 24, 1992; pg. 5

136.     All you upwardly mobile types: Do you have your manners down?
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 24, 1992; pg. 8

137.     No-nonsense drug education teacher gets results
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 24, 1992; pg. 19

138.     Oh, brother It wasn't a very pretty sight the day the boys from St. Ignatius decided they wouldn't wear pants to school.
Text by Hugh Boulware.; Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 24, 1992; pg. 17

139.     Oh, Brother: It Wasn't a Very Pretty Sight the Day the Boys from St. Ignatius Decided They Wouldn't Wear Pants to School
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Jun 24, 1992; pg. 79<

140.     Serving up food for thought School cafeteria chief relishes rapport with students
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 24, 1992; pg. 16

141.     Crafty quilts Exhibition proves they're not all crazy
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 18, 1992; pg. 8

142.     A true believer Aaron Tippin flying high with 2nd career choice
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 17, 1992; pg. 3

144.     Blasts from the past Old phonographs will star at antique music show
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 11, 1992; pg. 8

145.     Volunteer virtuosos Du Page Symphony gives musicians a stage
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 7, 1992; pg. 10

147.     `Curses, foiled again' `Deadwood Dick' revives turn-of-the-century melodrama
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 4, 1992; pg. 8

148.     Just a few wishes from the urban front

Elaine Matsushita and Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 3, 1992; pg. 3

149.     The swing shift Bluesman/newsman Buzz Kilman's dual careers came about by accident
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 28, 1992; pg. 8

150.     American songbook Leon Redbone to bring old-time repertoire to Woodstock
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 21, 1992; pg. 8

151.     Author! Author! Turning the camera on writers
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 21, 1992; pg. 6

153.     This Loofah is no sponge, but it offers something to soak on.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 20, 1992; pg. 25

154.     Firing up the fans Trouble's music is driving, yet still positive
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 14, 1992; pg. 8

155.     Firing Up the Fans: Trouble's Music Is Driving, Yet Still Positive
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; May 14, 1992; pg. 58<

156.     Digging deep Lonnie Brooks discovered the blues in Chicago
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 7, 1992; pg. 8

157.     Bicultural bliss proves love does indeed conquer all.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 6, 1992; pg. 16

158.     Hubert Selby attracts a new generation of readers
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 3, 1992; pg. 3

160.     A guitar in the pawnshop made the Persuasions go a cappella
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 30, 1992; pg. 9

161.     Studs or duds? You make the call.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 29, 1992; pg. 10

162.     After school, fun learning begins Programs are using computer games to help students
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 26, 1992; pg. 14

164.     Father figure Park Ridge actor was a natural for Emo Philips film
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 23, 1992; pg. 8

165.     Keeping track of busy Chicagoans
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 22, 1992; pg. 11

166.     This fountain flows with history - with coffee and ice cream, too.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 22, 1992; pg. 18

167.     Gloria Naylor gives woman's point of view
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 16, 1992; pg. 9

168.     String fever Quartet plays across the musical spectrum
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 9, 1992; pg. 9

169.     Star struck She's only 15, but Jamie Loring's song is about to be sung
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 5, 1992; pg. 1

171.     Unquiet strength Patti LaBelle soars with confidence now
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 5, 1992; pg. 4

173.     Wasting no time Experimental Pocketwatch Studio opens with 2 dark comedies
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 2, 1992; pg. 8

174.     `Stepping over the line' keeps Al Katz funny
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 26, 1992; pg. 8

175.     `Little ambassadors' Kimosha Murphy's teenage troupers celebrate the African dance heritage
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 19, 1992; pg. 8

176.     `A certain magic' Father and son team up to make marionettes come alive
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 12, 1992; pg. 9

177.     Irish songs on tap for St. Patrick's Day
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 12, 1992; pg. 9

178.     They're all connected
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 8, 1992; pg. 2

179.     No joke Rocky LaPorte gave up the dangers of truck driving for comedy
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 5, 1992; pg. 8

180.     A far-out night for dreamers
Text by Hugh Boulware.; Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 4, 1992; pg. 3

181.     Today's synchronized funk on wheels is yesterday's plain old roller skating.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 4, 1992; pg. 7

182.     Trombonist a winner in park district band
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 4, 1992; pg. 34

183.     On the road to an education New breed of college student taking commuter route
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 1, 1992; pg. 7

185.     Folk heroes Clancy Brothers revived Irish music, and with it a sense of Irish history
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 27, 1992; pg. 8

186.     Please note: This `hot' trick is not to be tried at home.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 26, 1992; pg. 12

187.     The real thing Quartet rids early music of Romantic `baggage'
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 20, 1992; pg. 8

188.     Maxim's one-night stand
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 19, 1992; pg. 3

189.     When life gets too heavy, how about a 3-minute trip into weightlessness?
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 19, 1992; pg. 16

190.     A Bohemian rhapsody in Elgin
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 13, 1992; pg. 8

191.     Big time Dion Payton's `rockin' blues' style garners him a major-label record deal
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 13, 1992; pg. 8

192.     A wedding that will go down in history
Hugh Hart; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 12, 1992; pg. 3

193.     Park district coach makes basketball step-by-step fun
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 12, 1992; pg. 12

194.     All that jazz After 7 decades, violinist Johnny Frigo still playing
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 6, 1992; pg. 8

195.     A 31-day gap
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 5, 1992; pg. 5

196.     Grab a folding chair and sit back - folk music is in the air.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 5, 1992; pg. 16

197.     Family squabbles just a joke to Dea Staley
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 30, 1992; pg. 7

198.     It's all relative
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 29, 1992; pg. 3

199.     Today's synchronized funk on wheels is yesterday's plain old roller skating.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 29, 1992; pg. 14

200.     True drama `Freedom Bound' on the Underground Railroad
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 23, 1992; pg. 10

201.     Art and the art of conversation mix at this combination club and cafe.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 22, 1992; pg. 15

203.     Lunch with Joe and Phil and Ted and ...
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 22, 1992; pg. 3

204.     Vinyl flashbacks
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 22, 1992; pg. 3

205.     The enduring lure of Division Street It may not be hip, but it's where the party animals are 52 weekends of the year
Text by Hugh Boulware.; Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 17, 1992; pg. 30

206.     The enduring lure of Division Street It may not be hip, but it's where the party animals are 52 weekends of the year
Text by Hugh Boulware.; Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 17, 1992; pg. 30

207.     The Enduring Lure of Division Street
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Jan 17, 1992; pg. 730<

208.     Just the facts Second City Northwest turns improv into crisp sketches, with no preaching
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 16, 1992; pg. 8

209.     No fancy stuff for this party master. All he needs is music and four walls.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 15, 1992; pg. 8

210.     Ultimate dance craze Symphonic Pops' `A Night in Old Vienna' could bring back the waltz
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 9, 1992; pg. 8

211.     `Home of the Blues' Nashville Bluegrass Band to play at Woodstock
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 2, 1992; pg. 7

212.     

Live blues to spice up pizzeria
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 2, 1992; pg. 7

213.     Machismo meets gentility at a club that's more clubhouse than bar.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 1, 1992; pg. 11

214.     No fancy stuff for this party master. All he needs is music and four walls.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 1, 1992; pg. 11

1991 CHICAGO TRIBUNE STORIES

1.      Always a bridesmaid ... Despite his musical pedigree, fame has eluded Algonquin's Webb
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 26, 1991; pg. 10

2.      No fancy stuff for this party master. All he needs is music and four walls.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 25, 1991; pg. 10

3.      Host with the most When Kraig Kenning throws a party, he serves a good cause
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 19, 1991; pg. 8

5.     THAT SPECIAL GIFT.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 15, 1991; pg. 18

7.     What your man wants Whether skis or ties, when buying the perfect gift keep in mind that it is for him, not for you
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 15, 1991; pg. 4

8.     Country bandwagon New club gives Mt. Prospect a taste of Nashville
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 12, 1991; pg. 8

9.     Dance group to stage excerpts from `Nutcracker'
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 12, 1991; pg. 8

10.     Home-grown talent Chicago troupe uses team approach to creating dance

12.     That surrogate spirit
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 11, 1991; pg. 3

13.     These aren't strangers in the night. They're theater folks on dark night.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 11, 1991; pg. 21

14.     For Mom John Scharres has a personal reason for staging `Amahl' at Woodstock
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 5, 1991; pg. 8

16.     Machismo meets gentility at a club that's more clubhouse than bar.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 4, 1991; pg. 29

17.     City bluesman Clearwater lives in Roselle and plays rock too
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 28, 1991; pg. 15.C

18.     Coming home There's no place like it to film
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 28, 1991; pg. 15.A

20.     Art lovers and nonlovers alike: Here's a gallery showing anything but art.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 27, 1991; pg. 10

21.     Gentlemen! Say something
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 27, 1991; pg. 5

22.     Ready for anything Donegan plans for unexpected in both jazz and her life
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 24, 1991; pg. 3

24.     Home Entertainment.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 21, 1991; pg. 7

25.     Kreskin's mental gymnastics still flip out audiences
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 21, 1991; pg. 8

26.     Recordings: Deacon Blue
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Nov 21, 1991; pg. 57<

27.     An OakTree grows on Boul Mich
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 20, 1991; pg. 3

28.     No hocus-pocus about this: Two magicians are better than one.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 20, 1991; pg. 29

29.     Hootenanny! Pete Seeger will stop in at the songfest in Woodstock
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 17, 1991; pg. 3

.     Blind Pig legacy The masters taught Mr. B. more than just the blues
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 14, 1991; pg. 8

32.     Sheena Easton's possible dream Pop singer sees `La Mancha' role as natural progression
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 14, 1991; pg. 1

34.     Does any `body' really know what time it is?
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 13, 1991; pg. 15

35.     Got an hour? Get a new state of mind ... a smiley face.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 13, 1991; pg. 26

36.     For young audiences Her interest in Indians results in 2 plays
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 7, 1991; pg. 1.D

37.     Music to music-lovers' ears
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 6, 1991; pg. 3

38.     The Rave: It's drop-dead dancing and dancing till you drop.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 6, 1991; pg. 25

39.     Champion loser The life and hard times of Charles Bukowski
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 3, 1991; pg. 22

41.     Swing time Trumpet star Maynard Ferguson returns to his Big Band roots
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 31, 1991; pg. 8

42.     At this bowling alley, tradition lives, breathes and resets the pins, too.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 30, 1991; pg. 20

43.     Rally around a road trip with a twist
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 25, 1991; pg. 78

44.     No straight lines Some funny answers from Gilbert Gottfried
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 24, 1991; pg. 8

45.     Tales from Hollywood `Ghost' screenwriter and former De Kalb resident Bruce Rubin translates success into power
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 24, 1991; pg. 11.C

47.     Drink up The martini makes a Friday-night comeback _ among friends.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 23, 1991; pg. 30

48.     How about a little conversation with that linguini?
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 23, 1991; pg. 20

49.     Going solo Leaving Manhattan Transfer put Laurel Masse on the right track
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 17, 1991; pg. 9

50.     Tips for success from Kurt Vonnegut
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 17, 1991; pg. 9

51.     The martini makes a Friday-night comeback _ among friends.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 16, 1991; pg. 8

52.     Harper highlight Sotavento band blows across many cultures
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 10, 1991; pg. 9

53.     Hot pants for him let the guys show some leg, too.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 9, 1991; pg. 11

54.     Hopeless romantic Jerry Vale knows what he's singing about
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 3, 1991; pg. 8

55.     "Radio Days" re-creates a bygone era
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 26, 1991; pg. 8

56.     Stop the clowning around. Let's get real with some circus performers.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 25, 1991; pg. 11

57.       Illusions of motion Cels are big sellers at Stay Tooned Gallery
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 19, 1991; pg. 8

58.     North Shore's Tami Show Finally Cracks Top 40
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Sep 19, 1991; pg. 511C

59.     To tell `The Truth' Long time coming, North Shore's Tami Show finally cracks the Top
Hugh Hart, a Chicago free-lance writer.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 19, 1991; pg. 11.A

60.     The world is one big canvas for a spray-can artist with a mission.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 18, 1991; pg. 4

61.       At first it was men only, then the women chimed in
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 15, 1991; pg. 9

63.     Crowding in har-mo-neee It's barbershop music, but 4 chairs won't do
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 15, 1991; pg. 1

65.     Coyote fair arouses the call of the wild
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 13, 1991; pg. 2

67.     Guitarist Christopher Laughlin slates concert
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 12, 1991; pg. 8

68.     In the line of duty Artist's career grounded after years of flying high
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 12, 1991; pg. 8

69.     At this bowling alley, tradition lives, breathes and resets the pins, too.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 11, 1991; pg. 18

70.     Take a seat and some java. Turn up the Beethoven. It's time to slack.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 11, 1991; pg. 12

71.     Jesse White Tumblers didn't just fall into place
Hugh Hart,; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 5, 1991; pg. 8

72.     Take a seat and some java. Turn up the Beethoven. It's time to slack.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 4, 1991; pg. 15

73.     A reel good time Irish-rock Drovers forge link to Siberia
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 29, 1991; pg. 9

74.     A Reel Good Time
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Aug 29, 1991; pg. 59<

75.     It's old; it's new. It's hip, it's not. At this barbershop, worlds calmly collide. Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 28, 1991; pg. 6<

76.     Shades of Chicago creep into Deerfield
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 25, 1991; pg. 5

78.     Elder statesman Guitarist Pat Travers doesn't want his MTV

he opts for substance over style Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 22, 1991; pg. 9

79.     Getting needled is all part of the job for this Chicago jazz composer.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 21, 1991; pg. 14

80.     Hanging Out: Getting Needled Is All Part of the Job for This Chicago Jazz Composer
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Aug 21, 1991; pg. 714<

81.     Just for laughs Bruce Vilanch has tossed lines at Hollywood's biggest bashes
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 19, 1991; pg. 3

83.     Filming plays Beware of eloquence gone windy
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 15, 1991; pg. 6

85.     Twist again with Chubby Checker
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 15, 1991; pg. 8

86.     Updated Cajun Wayne Toups' Zydecajun band adds Southern rock to spice the recipe
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 15, 1991; pg. 8

87.     Evanston streets
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 14, 1991; pg. 16

88.     Apple Tree Another dramatic seed grows in Highland Park
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 11, 1991; pg. 1

90.     King of the road At 63, he plays the country for much more than just laughs
Hugh Hart, is a Chicago-based free-lance writer.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 8, 1991; pg.

92.     Lowering the volume For John Ivan, moving to country was natural
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 8, 1991; pg. 8

93.     Chalk this one up to art for art's sake: pavement portraits.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 7, 1991; pg. 20

94.     Creativity is saving public schools' arts programs
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 4, 1991; pg. 3

96.     Step into Cadillac Ranch and take a big leap into Texas
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 4, 1991; pg. 5

98.     Common grounds Co-housing advocates strive for a new togetherness
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 2, 1991; pg. 6

99.     Koko Taylor bringing the blues to Augustfest
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 1, 1991; pg. 11.C

100.     Theater, music, mysticism and politics rolled into one.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 31, 1991; pg. 16

101.     Spotlight on lamps
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 28, 1991; pg. 2

102.     Northwest exposure Local talents channel energies into cable access
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 25, 1991; pg. 8

104.     Go west cowboys and cowgirls _ but stop in Bartlett first.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 24, 1991; pg. 7

106.     Look, ma, no band Led Zeppelin songs done a cappella? Acme Vocals takes its repertoire from modern rock
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 18, 1991; pg. 8

108.     Artists find shelter in an incubator on Halsted Street.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 17, 1991; pg. 14

109.     The hub of the plate world expands
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 14, 1991; pg. 1

111.     Showmanship counts Franz Benteler brings his orchestra, and his white tails, to Des Plaines
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 11, 1991; pg. 12

112.     Recalling their start Ides of March slate homecoming for Arlington Heights' Festival
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 4, 1991; pg. 9

113.     Chicago's Prince says no more bum rap for rap music.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 3, 1991; pg. 7

114.     Night life Fun is boundless well outside city limits
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 30, 1991; pg. 1

116.     The Nashville sound echoes through Chicago's streets
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 30, 1991; pg. 5

118.     Carnegie Hall gig scary for Oakton Jazz Ensemble's leader
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 27, 1991; pg. 8

119.     Here's the flip side of a family success story: Son gives mom a break.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 26, 1991; pg. 12

120.     Singer helps create a comic book hero
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 23, 1991; pg. 12

121.     Featured artist Wood sculptor finds his new career is for the birds
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 20, 1991; pg. 10

122.     Hanging Out: Salvation Army Chic Meets Pool Hall Hustle at a Place for Eclectic Cats.
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123.     Salvation Army chic meets pool hall hustle at a place for eclectic cats.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 19, 1991; pg. 11

124.     Saying yes to life An upbeat Tom Bishop heads for Harper College
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 13, 1991; pg. 8

125.     Are you meant for multiple renting?
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 7, 1991; pg. 34

126.     Strength in numbers Collective renting has its rewards_unless you think three's a crowd
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 7, 1991; pg. 20

128.     Barbershop to bluegrass Name the music, and the Dooleys will make you a convert
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 6, 1991; pg. 8

130.     Hiring how-to Headhunter's video tells job seekers what to expect
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 2, 1991; pg. 4

131.     The Downings' roots are in hymns, but they sing some lighter fare.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 30, 1991; pg. 9

132.     `Trust me' Con artists we love to get taken by
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 30, 1991; pg. 6

134.     A little bit of mime, a dose of tap and all of a sudden you've got a TV show.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 29, 1991; pg. 12

135.     Beyond the City Limits Chicago improv troupe finds success in N.Y.
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 23, 1991; pg. 10

136.     Plugged-in folk Versatility spells success for the Cirrus Falcon duo
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 16, 1991; pg. 8

137.     All in the family Pulling strings comes naturally to puppeteer
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 9, 1991; pg. 8

138.     Carrying on the dynasty Charles Mingus' widow makes sure the composer's genius lives on
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 2, 1991; pg. 8

139.     In the Midwest, he's king of the roadhouse Duke Tumatoe still has a wail of a time after 20 years
Hugh Hart, a Chicago free-lance writer.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 30, 1991; pg. 1

140.     In the Midwest, He's King of the Roadhouse
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Apr 30, 1991; pg. 51<

141.     School menu decisions blend healthy meals, student tastes
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 28, 1991; pg. 10

142.     Shades of the '60s! Folk sing-alongs still live
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 28, 1991; pg. 5

143.     It'll grow on you You don't need a house to cultivate flowers, herbs or even veggies
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 26, 1991; pg. 22

145.     A standup actor For Paul Reiser, the jokes don't come easy, and he likes it that way
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 25, 1991; pg. 8

146.     The return of Barbara Harris comes back to the stage after 20 years, but she's not telling why
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 21, 1991; pg. 24

147.     The Return of Barbara
Hart, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Apr 21, 1991; pg. 1324

148.     Simply Tony! Toni! Tone! Trio's only special effects are hot colors and uncensored music
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 18, 1991; pg. 8

149.     At home with the Lincolns
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 11, 1991; pg. 8

150.     The wedding band Whatever the songs, wherever the hall, they try to make sure the party doesn't miss a beat
Hugh Hart, a Chicago free-lance writer.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 11, 1991; pg.

152.     Strings that sing Stephen Hartman to perform Gliere harp concerto
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 4, 1991; pg. 8

153.     Violinist Eugene Fodor turns his life around
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 31, 1991; pg. 4

154.     Accidental comedian For Ron Crick, it began with a case of stage fright
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 28, 1991; pg. 8

155.     Natural starburst Tressa Thomas rides a wave of raw talent
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 24, 1991; pg. 1

156.     Wired for action 10-year-old actor from Palatine is flying high in Hollywood with new Spielberg movie
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 21, 1991; pg. 8

157.     Irish spirit comes through in music
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 14, 1991; pg. 8

158.     St. Patrick drums a holiday mood into the suburbs
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 10, 1991; pg. 1

159.     Prairie dances Ballet Chicago seeks to bring art form down to earth
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 7, 1991; pg. 10

160.     Couple enjoy group and making music They helped form community band
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 6, 1991; pg. 38

161.     Lowering the volume Hall and Oates go acoustic and think it's a sound decision
Hugh Hart, a Chicago free-lance writer.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 6, 1991; pg. 3

163.     Comedy in the 'burbs no longer just a joke
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 3, 1991; pg. 5

164.     Maestro of the North Lake Forest Symphony scores kudos under Paul McRae
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 3, 1991; pg. 1

166.     Fun with `Phantom' Silent version of thriller gets a live voice
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 28, 1991; pg. 8

168.     Silence is golden How renters can find some quiet in this increasingly noisy world
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 22, 1991; pg. 17

170.     Puppets break the strings that bind
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 21, 1991; pg. 8

171.     Mood swings Johnny Mathis adds a little jazz to a repertoire of love ballads
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 17, 1991; pg. 3

173.     Music masters Commemorate Mozart's 200th or remember the '60s at Durty Nellie's
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 14, 1991; pg. 7

174.     One-man show a tribute to music, life of Brahms
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 14, 1991; pg. 7

175.     Hot rockers of "Northwest On Stage"
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 10, 1991; pg. 4

177.     WABT deejay mines the local sound
Hugh Hart; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 10, 1991; pg. 1

178.     Sondheim fairy tales Pegasus Theater's `Woods' tour stops for 1 show
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 7, 1991; pg. 10

179.     Making sure the hits keep happening
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 4, 1991; pg. 2

180.     Rock's hard place Chicago bands fight to keep from being lost in the latest recording limbo
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 4, 1991; pg. 1     

182.     Reflections Affectionate `Patent Leather Shoes' still appeals
Hugh Hart, a Chicago free-lance writer.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 31, 1991; pg. 10

183.     Basic Lloyd Webber His songs can stand alone nicely, show conductor says
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 27, 1991; pg. 3

185.     Great leap forward Woodstock native David Cooney finds ballet is in his blood
Hugh Hart, a Chicago freelance writer.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 24, 1991; pg. 10

186.     Niles West students launch caring club Volunteer group WHO helps others
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 23, 1991; pg. 22

187.     Bikers sit still for photos
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 20, 1991; pg. 7

188.     Domestic standup Sally Edwards' days become her night's routines
Hugh Hart, a Chicago free-lance writer.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 17, 1991; pg. 8

189.     Have a heart, a chocolate one
Hugh Hart.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 17, 1991; pg. 2

190.     Respecting himself After working with Madonna, Pat Leonard is on his own
Hugh Hart, a Chicago free-lance writer.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 13, 1991; pg. 3

192.     Bad is better Play about the Booth brothers relies on the flamboyant assassin
Hugh Hart, a Chicago free-lance writer.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 10, 1991; pg. 8

193.     Lady plays the blues
Hugh Hart, a Chicago freelance writer.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 3, 1991; pg. 8

194.     Still holding on Wilson Phillips greets 1991 in the continuing glow of success
Hugh Hart, a Chicago free-lance writer.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 3, 1991; pg. 3

1990 CHICAGO TRIBUNE STORIES

1.        Award-winning `Oil City Symphony' in Schaumburg Saturday
Hugh Boulware Hart; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 11, 1990; pg. 8

2.     Unlocking creativity Anyone who wants to get into the act at cultural center has 6 weeks to do it
Hugh Boulware Hart; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 11, 1990; pg. 8

3.     Around the world in one day_and one place
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 4, 1990; pg. 8

4.     Mellow fellows The Ink Spots' smooth sound has had crossover appeal for 51 years
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 4, 1990; pg. 8

5.     Design
Boulware, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Sep 30, 1990; pg. 155<

6.     From highly ornamented to sleek and stark, expresso machines tell a steamy story
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 30, 1990; pg. 5

7.     A piece of the past Renting a coach house offers privacy and, often, a lesson in history
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 28, 1990; pg. 11

9.     Sterling silver Senior citizens turn their lives into a show
Hugh Boulware, a Chicago free-lance writer; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 27, 1990; pg. 8

10.     Bluesman Buddy Guy boogies out to Palatine
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 20, 1990; pg. 9

11 Music, water and risk Diver and guitarist Leo Kottke surfaces for a concert in Woodstock
Hugh Boulware, a Chicago free-lance writer; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 20, 1990; pg. 9

3.     CATCH a rising star They've wooed us here. Now five Chicago-area teens are ready to capture Hollywood.
Text by Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 19, 1990; pg. 23

4.     Making it in show biz
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 19, 1990; pg. 24

5.     Building the forte Betsy Redhed, who grew up in music, discovered the blues down South
Hugh Boulware, a Chicago free-lance writer; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 13, 1990; pg. 9

6.     Northwest notes.
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 13, 1990; pg. 9

7.      Ready for anything Second City made Joel Murray's TV role `Grand'
Hugh Boulware, a Chicago free-lance writer; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 6, 1990; pg. 9

8.     Noteworthy bus tour is full of fun and all that jazz
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 31, 1990; pg. 20

9.     Old-time imagery John McEuen's banjo reaches into the past
Hugh Boulware, a Chicago free-lance writer; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 30, 1990; pg. 10

10.     Band something to toot about Trumpet player feels group is like an extended family
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 29, 1990; pg. 24

12.      Unchanged melodies Frank D'Rone sings the old songs for a new day
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 26, 1990; pg. 3

13.     Unchanged Melodies
Boulware, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Aug 26, 1990; pg. 53<

14.     A living-room gallery River Woods homemaker, artist to share her eclectic collection
Hugh Boulware, a Chicago free-lance writer; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 23, 1990; pg. 8

15.     Male call Team spirit through violence
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 23, 1990; pg. 7

16.     Mozart Fest finale is choral extravaganza
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 23, 1990; pg. 9

17.     Designer music Dean Zelinsky, the architect of guitar, sets the fashion
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 19, 1990; pg. 9

18.     Friendly confines Social life need a boost? It's part of the package at many apartment complexes
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 17, 1990; pg. 13

19.     Life on the road means frequent stops for laughs
Hugh Boulware, a Chicago free-lance writer; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 16, 1990; pg. 8

20.     Soul with an attitude Taylor Dayne has toned down her image, not her music
Hugh Boulware, a Chicago free-lance writer; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 15, 1990; pg. 3

 21.      Soul with an Attitude
Boulware, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Aug 15, 1990; pg. 53<

22.     Yellowstone revival Chip Davis dedicates tour to helping the park come back
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 13, 1990; pg. 3

44.     Scaly models Dinosaurs join with cartoonists to urge youngsters to read
Hugh Boulware, a Chicago free-lance writer; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 9, 1990; pg. 8

25.     Pick acts Bluegrass festival to feature father and sons in Lonesome River Boys
Hugh Boulware, a Chicago free-lance writer; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 2, 1990;

1.     A head for tales Words have never failed storyteller Gamble Rogers
Hugh Boulware, a Chicago free-lance writer; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 26, 1990; pg. 8

2.     Stagestuck In the early '70s, Three Dog Night scored 9 gold singles. Chuck Negron (left)is gone, but Cory Wells (center and Danny Hutton still perform every one of those hits, night after night
Hugh Boulware, a Chicago free-lance writer; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997; Jul 25, 1990; pg. 1

3.     Stagestuck
Boulware, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Jul 25, 1990; pg. 51<

4.     Attuned to life Music is the heartbeat for jazz pianist Don Bennett
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 20, 1990; pg. 3

5.     Attuned to Life
Boulware, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Jul 20, 1990; pg. 53<

6.     Being Elvis Rick Saucedo just isn't himself when he performs
Hugh Boulware, a Chicago free-lance writer; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 19, 1990; pg. 8

7.     High standards Airflow Deluxe is named for a short-lived car, but the music endures
Hugh Boulware, a Chicago free-lance writer; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 12, 1990; pg. 9

8.     Going wild again John Kay is determined to put Steppenwolf back on target
Hugh Boulware, a Chicago free-lance writer; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 5, 1990; pg. 8

 9.      Headly's headway From Steppenwolf to `Dick Tracy' and back (briefly)
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 1, 1990; pg. 6

1 Congenial message Russ Taff's gospel music headlines Grayslake Cornerstone Festival
Hugh Boulware, a Chicago free-lance writer; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 28, 1990; pg. 8

  4.     Jazz or what? Labels more limiting than ever, says DeJohnette
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 26, 1990; pg. 3

5.     Jazz Or What?
Boulware, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Jun 26, 1990; pg. 53<

6.     Glad tidying Housecleaner works to develop a spotless reputation
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 22, 1990; pg. 23

7.     Glad Tidying
Boulware, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Jun 22, 1990; pg. 86<

8.     Grayslake offers sounds of summer
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 21, 1990; pg. 7

9.     Simply American Nothing slick about this home-grown band
Hugh Boulware, a Chicago free-lance writer; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 14, 1990; pg. 7

10.     The couple makes out Wallach, Jackson agree: There's Method to their acting success
Hugh Boulware, a Chicago free-lance writer; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 12, 1990; pg. 3

12.     Five Poetry Festival finalists to compete for trip to Osaka
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 8, 1990; pg. 6

14.      Swept away Chimney-cleaning chores get him all fired up
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 8, 1990; pg. 15

15.     Fast track At 20, Hollyday is already a veteran saxophonist
Hugh Boulware, a Chicago free-lance writer; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 7, 1990; pg. 8

16.      Total immersion The blues is a cultural thing for Taj Mahal
Hugh Boulware, a Chicago free-lance writer; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 7, 1990; pg. 8

18.       From Hulk to Hamlet Classics rejoin superheroes on comic book shelves
Hugh Boulware, a Chicago free-lance writer; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 4, 1990; pg. 3

20.     Gospel great to light up Chicago's sixth annual festival
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 1, 1990; pg. 10

 2.     Saddle up for summer `Curly Shuffle' creators gallop in
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 31, 1990; pg. 5

 Up With People spreads the word_and music_globally
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 31, 1990; pg. 5

4.     Fast-track comedy on the Howard line
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 30, 1990; pg. 3

5.     Harmonica convergence Siegel delights in blending blues, classical
Hugh Boulware, a Chicago free-lance writer; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 24, 1990; pg. 7

7.        It's recycling with a twist: Out of the junk heap and into the living room
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 20, 1990; pg. 3

8.     Marveling at comics Trade show cultivates young collectors
Hugh Boulware, a Chicago free-lance writer; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 17, 1990; pg. 9

9.     Gift shop provides a challenge Ex-nurse often listens to relatives of hospital patients
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 16, 1990; pg. 96

11.       She quietly keeps library current
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 16, 1990; pg. 45

13.     Intent and intense Shari Lewis has long been comfortable in the public eye
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 15, 1990; pg. 3

15.     Beat wave Martha Reeves sees her appeal broadening
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 10, 1990; pg. 7

16.     From gift wrap to brunch for Mom
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 10, 1990; pg. 7

17.     Like son, like mother Critiques from home help shape Klett's comedy
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 10, 1990; pg. 7

18.     Brain and brawn Tight squeezes test furniture mover's mettle
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 4, 1990; pg. 4

19.     Acting her songs Lainie Kazan likes to sing stories, not just tunes
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 3, 1990; pg. 11

20.     Ferguson swings to Big Band sound
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 3, 1990; pg. 11

12      Not for kids only Tom Chapin re-invents himself as a children's entertainer
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 26, 1990; pg. 7

12.         Stars of science and show biz
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 26, 1990; pg. 7

3.     ZINGERS FROM ZAPPA AT 49, THE ROCK LEGEND REMAINS OUTSPOKEN - AS WELL AS PROLIFIC
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 26, 1990; pg. 3

5.     Hoping to Be a Big Wheel in the Third World
Boulware, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Apr 24, 1990; pg. 51<

6.     Rolling along An evening with Mark Twain and the `Big River'
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 19, 1990; pg. 11

7.     Whooping it up Children's entertainer Ella Jenkins makes her audiences feel special
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 19, 1990; pg. 11

8.     Laughs from life Keenen Wayans brings his controversial humor to TV
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 15, 1990; pg. 3

9.         Laughs from Life
Boulware, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Apr 15, 1990; pg. 53<

10.     The new Saturday Night Fever When a dance floor is their territory, thousands of young people find cultural tensions dissolve with the beat
Story by Hugh Boulware, Photos by John Kringas; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 13, 1990; pg. 1

11.      Lainie Kazan in Schaumburg
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 12, 1990; pg. 11

13.     Let Woodstock take you to `1776'
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 12, 1990; pg. 11

14.     Jammin' to the top With a major record contract in her pocket, can this 14-year-old from the North Shore muscle in on Janet Jackson's turf?


Text by Hugh Boulware.; Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 11, 1990; pg. 23

16.     It's a great week for vintage music lovers
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 5, 1990; pg. 7

17.     Major label starting up in Chicago
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 5, 1990; pg. 7

18.     Music of the flickers Silent `Son of the Sheik' gets live music
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 5, 1990; pg. 7

19.     A supermarket of stone from around the world
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 1, 1990; pg. 2

      Move it yourself? What to consider before you start hauling those boxes
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 30, 1990; pg. 16

3.     Subversives Loofah Method: Performance art with tongue firmly in cheek
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 30, 1990; pg. 3
Boulware, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Mar 30, 1990; pg. 53<

5.     Non-reflective painter William Carter eschews glare of conformity with his art
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 29, 1990; pg. 3

7.     The hip scene Jazz fans to be treated to 2 big names
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 29, 1990; pg. 7

8.     `The Murder Room' features 3 area actors
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 29, 1990; pg. 7

9.     Around the world in film, for free
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 22, 1990; pg. 7

10.     `Grand' stories take off on their own
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 22, 1990; pg. 15

12.     The Midas touch The Schaumburg comedian is taking his U-Haul, and his act, to Hollywood
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 22, 1990; pg. 7

13.     Segue to Gershwin Soprano Rochelle Ellis goes from `La Boheme' to `Porgy and Bess'
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 15, 1990; pg. 7

14.     Stompin' at Du Page Louis Bellson drums up memories of big-band era
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 15, 1990; pg. 7

15.     Double the fun With chewing gum a typical theme, Martha adds flavor to modern dance
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 8, 1990; pg. 7

16.     Band of broad shoulders Local group blends blues, rock, polka and cajun for record recipe
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 1, 1990; pg. 12

2.     The play's the thing For 47 years, acting teacher's real world is the stage
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 22, 1990; pg. 3

4.     Therapy for `Lucia' `Primadonna' lovingly parodies opera cliches
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 22, 1990; pg. 11

5.     Sax man Grover Variety keeps Washington on his toes, musically
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 21, 1990; pg. 3

7.      Brenda Lee grows into her songs
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 15, 1990; pg. 7

8.     `I do what I do' Bonnie Koloc is in Nashville, but she hasn't gone country
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 15, 1990; pg. 7

9.     Hot dog! Yet another way to fax
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 11, 1990; pg. 2

10.     Singing steel A taste of the Caribbean coming to Lake County
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 8, 1990; pg. 7

11.     Volunteer helps to feed needy Busy lawyer always finds time to work at food pantry
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 7, 1990; pg. 27

12.     Years of fire Earth, Wind's Maurice White still keeps ear to his audience
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 4, 1990; pg. 3

<14.>      A question of normalcy `La Cage aux Folles' brings certain, er, something to St. Charles
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 1, 1990; pg. 7

15.     Springing forward Benoit's new chart-topper recorded both live and quickly
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 1, 1990; pg. 3

 1.      A question of normalcy `La Cage aux Folles' brings certain, er, something to St. Charles
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 1, 1990; pg. 7

4.Guy Carawan uses music for recording social change
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 19, 1990; pg. 9

7.    White Way sendup `Forbidden Broadway' heads for Schaumburg
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 18, 1990; pg. 7

8.     Cartoon alternatives Live entertainment helps kids get rid of the winter blahs
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 11, 1990; pg. 7

9.     `Don't make waves' Reality guides life, career of `Rappaport' star Garrett Morris
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 10, 1990; pg. 3

12.     Fantasies Action! Adventure! Escape!
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 4, 1990; pg. 9.C

15.     Tribute Woodstock film festival to salute Orson Welles
Hugh Boulware; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 4, 1990; pg. 7

1989 CHICAGO TRIBUNE STORIES

      Year-end laughter Jerry Seinfeld, Howie Mandel coming to Pheasant Run
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 28, 1989; pg. 7

      Grace Jones: A down-to-earth `freak'
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 27, 1989; pg. 1

      Comedian John Midas lets his life be his act
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 21, 1989; pg. 7

4.     Ethnic Elgin
Boulware, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Dec 21, 1989; pg. 57<

5.     Natural disorder Yugoslav director says there's a method to his madness
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 21, 1989; pg. 3

6.     All in the family Withers plans his performance agenda around his children
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 18, 1989; pg. 3

11.     Priceless performances Dave Clark's"60s TV series enlivens the Disney channel
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 17, 1989; pg. 3

13.     Goodman's Tiny Tim is an 8-year-old pro
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 14, 1989; pg. 7

14.     Virgil Kane gain instant notoriety despite `loss'
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 14, 1989; pg. 7

16.     2 ballet companies catch holiday spirit
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 7, 1989; pg. 9

17.     From Woodfield salesman to soap star
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Dec 7, 1989; pg. 9

18.     Ragtime redux No reminiscing as Max Morath plays the past
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 30, 1989; pg. 7

19.     The real Santa `Miracle on 34th Street' adaptation will be staged in Elgin's Hemmens Auditorium
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 30, 1989; pg. 7

20.     A bit dodgy Imperfections spell success for singer Paul Carrack
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 24, 1989; pg. 3

21.     A Bit Dodgy
Boulware, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Nov 24, 1989; pg. 53<

22.     Rock from Russia Gorky Park plays school gig in Buffalo Grove
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 23, 1989; pg. 7

23.     Rock from Russia
Boulware, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Nov 23, 1989; pg. 514<

24.     The master Maria Tallchief recalls her years as a prodigy of Balanchine
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 23, 1989; pg. 3

26.     Success finally comes to Rodney Crowell
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 16, 1989; pg. 9

27.     The last laugh John LoPrieno goes from dating reject to soap heart-throb
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 16, 1989; pg. 9

28.     Changing spots `Cats' keeps Oak Park actress in constant motion
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 13, 1989; pg. 3

31.     Mozart knew Pop, classical blend happily in `Puttin' on the Ritz'
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Nov 2, 1989; pg. 7

32.     Shelley Winters speaks. . . and speaks . . .
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 30, 1989; pg. 1

34.     No mugging Second City's second company at home with new neighbors
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 26, 1989; pg. 7

35.     North Shore rebels Some of the Midwest's best rock 'n' roll acts come from the land of 2-car garages
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 26, 1989; pg. 1

36.     North Shore Rebels
Boulware, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Oct 26, 1989; pg. 51<

37.     Rock of ages A few old pros bring timeless Dixieland north
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 26, 1989; pg. 7

38.     Rich mix Hemmens Auditorium at 20 staging a metamorphosis
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 19, 1989; pg. 7

39.     Snippets and globs Yellowjackets fuse classical, jazz, ethnic into acoustic hybrids
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 16, 1989; pg. 3

41.     Wild bunch At Texas Tim's there's a fight every night _ all in good fun
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Oct 12, 1989; pg. 7

42.     Music conference strikes up the bands
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 29, 1989; pg. 14

44.     Accidental trio Booked before they had an act, Chenilles have a good one now
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 28, 1989; pg. 7

45.     Bard in brief Reduced troupe cuts his plays to two hours
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 21, 1989; pg. 7

46.     Scholarship winner Arlington Heights student strums a high note
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 21, 1989; pg. 7

47.     Bringing in `Baby' John Sayles finally gets his '83 movie on videotape
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 20, 1989; pg. 3

49.     Designing woman Creating wedding gowns is her business
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Sep 7, 1989; pg. 7

50.     Lee's new deal His touring is grueling, but it beats casinos, Greenwood says
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 31, 1989; pg. 7

51.     Harping on jazz Henson-Conant swings when she plucks those strings
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 24, 1989; pg. 7

52.     She's no Barbie Doll Vesta Williams paid her dues but now does things her way
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 24, 1989; pg. 3

54.     Tinkerer's toy Palatine shop teacher builds one-of-a-kind auto
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 17, 1989; pg. 7

56.     Experts offer tips on moving Do-it-yourself move can come off smoothly with careful planning
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 11, 1989; pg. 3

57.     Drama classes end stage fright Pupils learn helpful techniques for public speaking
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Aug 6, 1989; pg. 19

58.     Amadeus in August Third Mozart Festival returns for weekends in Woodstock
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 27, 1989; pg. 7

59.     Fosse's fugitive Buffalo Theatre's Gary Flannery dances to a more controlled beat
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 27, 1989; pg. 7

60.     Chicago Voices: A Discography of Gospel Music
Boulware, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Jul 23, 1989; pg. 135<

61.     Gospel truths New lyrics restate an old-fashioned faith for BeBe and CeCe Winans
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 23, 1989; pg. 4

62.     Gospel truths New lyrics restate an old-fashioned faith for BeBe and CeCe Winans Chicago voices: A discography of gospel music
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 23, 1989; pg. 5

63.     Gospel Truths
Boulware, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Jul 23, 1989; pg. 134<

64.     Two of a kind Sibling rivalries on tape
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 13, 1989; pg. 13.A

66.     Wild West Woodstock Country and western teen Tanya Strawbridge headlines weekend roundup of activities
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 13, 1989; pg. 7

67.     Special recreation right up his alley
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 12, 1989; pg. 14

68.     2-year-olds can find a friend in parks' Huggy Bears teacher
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 12, 1989; pg. 5

70.     Music 'neath the stars Schaumburg series is a fresh summer breeze
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 6, 1989; pg. 7

71.     More music by the young and restless
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 3, 1989; pg. 3

72.     West Side story 15-year-old Johnny P. enters music's big leagues
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 3, 1989; pg. 3

74.     This is what friends are for
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jul 2, 1989; pg. 2

75.     Freedom fighters Serbian fest to mark 600th anniversary of battle
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 22, 1989; pg. 7

76.     Need a salesman? Try the AM dial
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 18, 1989; pg. 2

77.     Galena respite Jim Post re-energizes
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 15, 1989; pg. 16

78.     Galena Respite
Boulware, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Jun 15, 1989; pg. 516<

79.     How one photog got to the source
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 11, 1989; pg. 2

80.     The original rapper South Side music man Lou Rawls is home again
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 7, 1989; pg. 3

82.     Ringo lied Rock stars don't all film well
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 1, 1989; pg. 15.C

84.     2 festivals spotlight experimental video and film works
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 19, 1989; pg. 92

85.     Classic foursomes The Seasons, Tops and Freshmen bring harmony
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 11, 1989; pg. 9

86.     Hits to sing along with
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 11, 1989; pg. 9

87.     Sound of Thunder A Chicago country band takes aim at the big time
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 11, 1989; pg. 3

89.     Bras, a volcano and other creations make the `Good Times' roll
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 3, 1989; pg. 3

90.     Father figure The man behind the collar turns a flaw into a living
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 25, 1989; pg. 3

92.     A Zanies move Famed comedy club expands west to St. Charles
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 20, 1989; pg. 7

93.     Class acts Schoolroom feuds on video
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 13, 1989; pg. 15.A

94.     Clipping and saving pays off for artist
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 12, 1989; pg. 3

95.     Ah, the romance of Rome_in the Loop
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Apr 2, 1989; pg. 1

96.     Video rewind Wading into directors' pasts
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 30, 1989; pg. 13.B

97.     Video Rewind
Boulware, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Mar 30, 1989; pg. 513<

98.     Chart Smarts: White, LeVert Take Different Paths to the Top
Boulware, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Mar 26, 1989; pg. 136<

99.     Let's twist again Chubby Checker still chasing rock 'n' roll perfection
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 16, 1989; pg. 7

100.     Academy gives class real taste of firefighting
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 15, 1989; pg. 31

101.     Boy Scout leader shrugs off adversity Heart trouble can't stop 74-year-old
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 15, 1989; pg. 66

103.     Champion in firehouse kitchen From 1st roast to tasty meal, a chef is born
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 15, 1989; pg. 27

105.     Mom doesn't worry, she acts Effort helps set up drug awareness program for teens
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 15, 1989; pg. 32

107.     When rock meets chic, it's happening
Text by Hugh Boulware.; Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 12, 1989; pg. 2

109.     This means War '70s group that anticipated today's dance music returns
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 7, 1989; pg. 3

111.     Burger patter He turned a fast-food menu into, gasp, a hit
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 2, 1989; pg. 3

113.     Encouraging signs National Theatre of the Deaf makes noise in entertainment world
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 2, 1989; pg. 7

114.     Music to their ears
Text by Hugh Boulware.; Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Mar 1, 1989; pg. 2

115.     Mr. and Mrs. Music The Halfvarsons: Maestros of Fox Valley arts
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 26, 1989; pg. 1

116.     The Halfvarsons

Maestros of Fox Valley arts
Boulware, Hugh; Chicago Tribune; Feb 26, 1989; pg. 181

117.     Classic thrashing The Cambridge Buskers take their Vivaldi none too seriously
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 16, 1989; pg. 7

118.     For quiet, elegant dining on that special occasion
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Feb 5, 1989; pg. 5

120.     2 paths lead to Geneva's past Historical society and oldest member offer best views
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 25, 1989; pg. 48

121.     Retreats build healthier teens
Hugh Boulware.; Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jan 25, 1989; pg. 33