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Take Me Out . . . to the Suburbs?

Regarding Ben Joravsky’s article on Lane’s students (along with other Chicago high schools) practicing in the hallways [The Works, April 20], perhaps he’d like further supportive information: My son is on Lane’s sophomore baseball team. All the public schools we’ve played have been on Chicago Park District fields, mostly dirt infields. All the Chicago Catholic […]

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License to Shrink

To the editors: It’s a cute trick that social workers, psychiatrists, and psychologists perform when talking about vendorship (“On Money and Mental Health,” July 14) and who gets it and who should get it. They’re so tricky they even pull writer Bryan Miller into it with them. You see when they can get our attention […]