Chicago Life

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Chicago Life magazine is a magazine included every other month in the Sunday edition of the New York Times in the Chicago area.

History and profile[edit]

Chicago Life was started in 1984 as a bimonthly independent magazine.[1] In July 1987 it began to be published monthly.[1] During the initial phase Pam Berns was the publisher.[1]

Among its topics are politics, health, the arts, and style. Contributors to the publication often include: Pam Berns (Publisher), Jessica Curry (Editor), Jane Ammeson (Interviews), Marilyn Soltis (Home), Brett Neveu (Theatre), Pamela Dittmer McKuen (Style), Carmen Marti (Health), Sigalit Zetouni (Art) and Amelia Levin (Dining).


  1. ^ a b c Charles Storch (25 September 1987). "New Investors Sought by Chicago Life Magazine". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved 16 November 2015. 

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