It’s a jungle down there
Tag: Vol. 39 No. 49
Issue of Aug. 26 – Sep. 1, 2010
Typo Hunters Come to Chicago
authors Jeff Deck and Benjamin D. Herson bring The Great Typo Hunt to Chicago
Videographer Convicted in Commies vs. Humanists Trial
Videographer Gregory Koger convicted and jailed in Commies vs Ethical Humanists incident.
Chicagoans Heading to DC for This Weekend’s Glenn Beck vs. Al Sharpton Civil Rights Showdown
“Restoring Honor” and “Reclaiming the Dream” on August 28.
Mark Kirk Got Rich and Famous Today
Mark Kirk gets money and website exposure from the National Republican Senatorial Committee.
8/28—Clean Air and Water Show
Little Village Environmental Justice Organization hosts a Chicago Clean Air and Water Show.
Please Don’t Burn Down the Neighborhood
The Mopery hosts its last show ever this Saturday from 7 PM till the wee hours.
The Eternal Mystery of Ozzie Guillen
Another thing that I think played some role in the Mariotti mess is that he picked the wrong target in Ozzie Guillen. Guillen gives good copy, is widely liked by local fans or at least provides them with entertainment, and has been an effective manager, with a .528 winning percentage, two division titles, and a […]
Dinner & a Show: Friday 8/27
Recommended entertainment paired with nearby restaurants.
Sunday 8/29— Flux Bikes with Rob Frye
Experimental Sound Studio hosts Flux Bikes, a musical bike ride Sun 8/29 at 2 PM.
On Jay Mariotti: After I Get Sick I Just Get Sad
Jay the Joke becomes the center of a media horror show.
8/28—Free Anniversary Party at the Pony
The Pony celebrates its two-year anniversary with a party featuring free beer, apps, and live music.
Should Clothes Be Copyrighted?
Some designers call for more copyright protection, but have they thought about the consequences?
Old-Timers and Social Media
Older adults are discovering social networking in a big way.
The Moleman of Belmont Avenue
The local indie creature comedy “The Moleman of Belmont Avenue” has a preview screening Saturday at the Music Box Theatre.