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Tag: Vol. 36 No. 10
Issue of Nov. 30 – Dec. 6, 2006
Reaching the Campaign That Doesn’t Officially Exist
The mayor hasn’t officially said he’s running for reelection–and it’s officially difficult to get that fact confirmed.
How the Bush EPA lies about climate change
A group of top scientists takes issue with the EPA’s interpretation of a report on climate change.
WDCB saves Blues Before Sunrise
Blues Before Sunrise is leaving WBEZ, but it will have a new home on WDCB.
What’s New: Food Court Frenzy?
Food courts are getting fancy.
Madhur Jaffrey at Vermilion
Madhur Jaffrey promotes her new book at Vermilion next Wednesday.
Squid jerky, Posner’s second life, lawyers offshored, and more press criticism.
Will Daley Keep Strutting Around City Hall?
Will new corruption charges against a high-ranking HDO campaign coordinator change anything at City Hall?
There’s Something About Mary
Movie incarnations of the Virgin Mary give iconography a bad name.
A Botch-ed breakup
The DVD of Botch’s final concert is good, but it’s not good enough.
Old Beer=Good Beer
This Saturday’s Eighth Annual Christmas and Winter Beer Tasting at Delilah’s is a rare opportunity to sample long vertical tastings of aged seasonal beers.
The vinyl chapter on environmental standards
Big industry is getting wise to green-building initiatives.
Dredging Lake of Dracula
A newly released live recording from 1997 reveals the undiminished power of Chicago’s short-lived Lake of Dracula
Eating Habits of the Rich and Royal
A goofy yet satisfying program about royal eating aired recently.