Neil Steinberg was annoyed in 1996

Friday, August 12, 2016
Neil Steinberg
(Photo: City Club of Chicago)
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Chicago Sun-Times columnist Neil Steinberg‘s never been shy when it comes to telling the world about things that bug him.

But 20 years ago, he took a year off from his job to document them, in what became his book The Alphabet of Modern Annoyances.

He took a few minutes in 1996 to look on his works and despair. And to talk about the challenges of journalism. Here’s our interview.

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