Who and what we lost in 2020: From notable artists to Chicago experiences, they’re gone or changed but not forgotten

It feels like we lost the world this year, or at least a large part of it, doesn’t it? But I will not offer any personal thoughts about this most daunting, demanding and deadly year. No philosophy. I am, as are you I have to think, eager to move on, toward that light flickering at the end of a long tunnel and seeming to promise a better and safer place, relief. Last year at this time, my colleagues and I were asked to look back on a decade and tell you what things or places or people had vanished, erased by death or otherwise trampled into memories. We did so, not by providing endless lists (w...


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