Part of a show on display at Thomas Masters Gallery
Tag: Vol. 39 No. 38
Issue of Jun. 10 – 16, 2010
Morning Art: Meredith Dytch
Part of “Urban Eyes,” on display at Coalition Gallery
Lee Sandlin’s Second Book Is in the Works
Lee Sandlin and Pantheon have agreed on the subject of his second book.
Morning Art: Beatriz Ledesma
Part of “Not Quite There Yet,” on display at Elephant Room, Inc.
You Shoot: Gray City
terry_usa (worth checking out the big version)
What Cuts Did Huberman Actually Make?
Schools chief Ron Huberman keeps getting credit for making central office cuts. But has he?
Privatize Recycling? It’s Pretty Much Already Been Done
The city is talking about privatizing the blue cart recycling program. Details would be nice. Political will too.
On Exactitude in TIF Science
A modest proposal for the new “Chicago” TIF.
Dinner & a Show: Wednesday 6/16
Recommended events paired with nearby restaurants.
Good Knight! — Brad Flora Gets $250,000 Grant
Brad Flora of Windy Citizen received $250,000 grant from the Knight Foundation
Nobody Likes Lobbyists, but They’ve Been Around As Long As the Government Has
Historian Kathy Jacob discusses her new book about 19th-century lobbyist Sam Ward and what it says about the much-maligned contemporary practice of lobbying.
Four Wheels of Justice
Intentionally running over a bicyclist + alcohol = 10 days in jail. Pot + leaving the scene of an accident = up to 3 years.
Poppies for Puppies
The funnies used to be dope.
One Bite: Black Garlic at New Chicago Kimchee
Fermented black garlic, a trend in the world of fine dining of late, can also be found in humble housemade form at New Chicago Kimchee.
Morning Art: Aaron Fowler
Part of “Ocean,” on display at HungryMan Gallery