Friends don’t let friends get dissected.
Have you heard about the bird? Everybody’s heard that the bird is the word.
An underappreciated soul great gets another chance.
UIC prof Deirdre McCloskey publishes Bourgeois Dignity, the second volume in her “Bourgeois Era” series
Two Chicago soul greats, Syl Johnson and Mavis Staples, perform at separate shows on Saturday night.
Free Thanksgiving dinner at two local bars.
A not-for-profit that advocates for black Americans opposes Rep. Bobby Rush’s bid for a position on the House Subcommittee on Communications, Technology, and the Internet.
Rare beer, paella, champagne, and more.
Some chicks just don’t dig lawyers.
Rahm takes the first major mayoral poll by a landslide.
The Zoning Board of Appeals has unanimously voted to restore Logan Square Kitchen’s restaurant status, freeing it from an onerous parking-lot requirement.
Juggalos are out for 2011; scene kids are in.
The Trib‘s Ameet Sachdev answers a question I was wondering about: how much the Ricketts family would save by borrowing money from the government instead of going to the private market. It’s a ballpark estimate, necessarily, but helpful nonetheless.
Toni Preckwinkle isn’t getting off to a quiet start.
Rahm Emanuel’s plan for using TIF money on police hires will run into some old problems.