Looking back at the latest mayor Chicagoans have loved to hate.
The mayor doesn’t tell the truth about TIFs and taxes even while trying to abide by the state’s “Truth-in- Taxation Law.”
We’ll be reliving the great political battles of the last four years and talking about the ones to come on the April 7 election night First Tuesdays show at the Hideout.
Here’s hoping some positive vibrations can overcome the negativity paid for by Mayor Rahm’s limitless bank account and get this election to a runoff.
Between his years in a little village in Mexico and Little Village in Chicago, Jesus “Chuy” Garcia learned a lot about race and ethnicity in Pilsen.
Come to our election-night cabaret at the Hideout, featuring Alderman Will Burns, state rep Kelly Cassidy, and Matt Farmer, the singing lawyer with the big hit about Bruce Rauner.
Today’s great question is, who’s the biggest asshole: Rahm, Rauner, or Christie?
No wonder Obama won the election: the Democratic big tent is so big that it even includes includes Republicans like Mayor Rahm!
What would have happened had we elected Miguel del Valle and not Rahm Emanuel as our mayor?
When it comes to marijuana, Toni Preckwinkle and I almost see eye-to-eye.
How ex-superintendent Jody Weis would like to see pot arrests reformed
On Thursday, I ride my bike to Greektown to do the Ken Davis Show, which is not a good idea. The biking part, I mean — love the Ken Davis […]
Shaw, Miner, Davis on Chicago Newsroom
Michael Boyd As we learned in April, perhaps the biggest challenge facing Mayor Daley once he vacates City Hall is going to be driving himself around. What will he think […]
Ben Joravsky and fictional mayoral hopeful Ald. Ed Bus on the year-end episode of Ken Davis’s CAN TV series “Chicago Newsroom.”