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WBEZ News

To the editors: Your story on the recent massacre at WBEZ [Hot Type, November 26] impelled me to go to that station’s board meeting on December 2. It was a highly educational experience. The board members were all unanimously supportive of programming director Torey Malatia’s proposed and already implemented programming changes. This may have been […]

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Pedestrian Rights

To the editors: Alderman Natarus thinks the great source of carnage on our streets and sidewalks is the conflict between pedestrians and bicyclists/rollerbladers [Neighborhood News, August 14]. Jack Blackfelt points, quite rightly, to the far bloodier conflict between bicyclists and cars. Neither of them seems interested in the bloodiest conflict of all, between pedestrians and […]

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Family Law

To the editors: Your article on Jeffery Leving’s legal advocacy of “the rights of men” [February 23] requires a reply at least on the substantive issues raised. First, his practice, like those of many attorneys who specialize in representing men in domestic relations cases, seems to be rooted in the notion that (as Leving’s partner, […]