Also, a New Yorker profile on Father Michael Pfleger offers an interesting glimpse into Chicago politics, and a man is found shot to death in taxi in Lincoln Square.
The Chicago Public Library is closing for Lincoln’s birthday, but it shouldn’t.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Monday, September 9
It’s only a vestige of its former self, but it still contains plenty of gems.
Lee Sandlin’s Storm Kings: On the mystery, majesty, and malevolence of tornadoes
(Not to mention the chairs and tables)
David Remnick, David Sedaris, and more good readings and lectures this week.
The Chicago Bar Association and Chicago Public Library cohost seminars on employment law this month as part of their ongoing “Law at the Library” series.
The “Law at the Library” series continues this month on the topic of estate planning.
Free lectures on cleaning up your credit