You Shoot: Sale
If seniors start riding Chicago’s CTA for nothing, RedEye stands to gain new readers.
What’s Wrong with the Bulls for Dummies.
The career of French pop singer Carla Bruni gets a real shot in the arm.
Mayor Daley’s scepter is tapping shoulders far lowlier than Obama’s in the February 5 election.
An ugly and xenophobic New York Times review of Opera Jawa shows how little things have changed since the 1960s.
Edward McClelland explains why Barack Obama’s road to power was made easier by his move to Chicago.
You Shoot: “In The Future They Will Not Be. . .
Further degrees of Lois Weisberg.
Early warning: Anthony Bourdain will be featured on WBEZ’s Sound Opinions next Friday.
Facets Film School announces its winter session of weeknight classes.
Rod Blagojevich tries the honesty gambit.
Commonplace links: “The deeper I get into it, the more I realize an entire book could probably be written about the subject of floating prisons.”
The Shivvers’ completely addictive “Teen Line”
Now it’s Time Out Chicago laying ’em off