Having been exposed to the wit and wisdom of John Catanzara for a couple of years, I’ve reached a rather obvious conclusion about the president of the local Fraternal Order of Police. It would be better off for everybody—Catanzara included—if he just hurried up and moved to Florida, where he’ll probably be living soon enough, […]
The city is still concealing many of the secrets regarding General Iron, Lincoln Yards, and Mayor Rahm.
Chicago is really bad at fairly slicing the economic development pie.
What’s going on in the City Council? Still hard to say!
We need a Truth and Reconciliation Commission to get to the bottom of this after Bill Daley slammed Mayor Rahm recently.
William Shatner’s enthusiam for the Amazon deal shows that the farther you are from having to pay for the Amazon deal, the more likely you are to support it.
Garry McCarthy gears up for a mayoral run by cussing out Sun-Times reporter Dan Mihalopoulos.
Also, snow on the ground in Logan Square for a movie shoot and Rahm’s new inner circle.
Now that the mayor is reforming TIFs, it’s time for another progressive fight.
As the City Council voted to borrow $1.1 billion to pay off the debt on some of Mayor Daley’s boondoggles, Mayor Rahm was vowing to waste even more money on the O’Hare express train.
Having embarrassed Rahm in yesterday’s election, Chicago’s voters can expect the mayor to go negative and nasty against Chuy Garcia in the coming campaign.
Having apparently exhausted himself dispensing so much BS, Mayor Rahm heads off for a holiday, leaving the rest of us to get ready for Jesus Garcia’s January 6 appearance at the Hideout.
In case anyone has forgotten, Mayor Emanuel still owes his career to Donald Tomczak and other hacks from the Daley machine.
Alderman Ameya Pawar explains how he tries to function in Mayor Rahm’s Chicago.
With the question of his reelection looming, Mayor Rahm decides it’s a good time to make nice to the president of the Chicago Teachers Union.