Not much news on the Creative Loafing bankruptcy front, but next week could be big.
Sky TV broadcasts the assisted suicide of former Chicagoan Craig Ewert and launches a debate on euthanasia in England.
DJ Tiga does right by everybody who’s a freak for the freaky vampires of “True Blood.”
He won’t confirm he’s “Senate Candidate 5,” but Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. makes it clear he’d really like to join the world’s most exclusive club.
Obama says Blagojevich should resign; and the governor’s lawyer doesn’t sound like he’s spoiling for a fight.
The fish, the barrel, and the smoking gun.
An old Slate story helps explain how things got this way.
Royko on Twitter.
Obama singlehandedly saves the housing market . . . in Kenwood, anyway.
Saturday: “Victorian Christmas Tours” of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Oak Park home
Borjomi Georgian mineral water: salty good
Dobie Maxwell wins Zanies comedy club’s “Zaniest Person in Chicago” contest.
Jesse Jr. is Candidate 5, which could be a problem.
The leader of the Cook County Republican Party–and yes, it still exists–speaks out on Blago and reform.