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Tag: Vol. 46 No. 1
Issue of Oct. 6 – 12, 2016
The Chicago Tribune’s endorsement of Gary Johnson for president might be as cunning as it is ridiculous
The Trib‘s backing of the Libertarian “What’s Aleppo?” candidate wasn’t a bad way of sticking it to Trump and avoiding having to endorse Clinton.
Report: Wall Street made more than $110 million on recently purchased CPS bonds, and other Chicago news
Also, the city is finally accepting proposals for developing the Michael Reese Hospital site.
A vice-presidential debate party, Joe Swanberg live, and more things to do in Chicago this week
Adam Ruins Everything Live!, Taco vs. Pizza, and more happenings from October 3-6
Cheers Live, Dog Night, The Happiest Place on Earth, and nine more new theater reviews
The latest Chicago stage shows range from the rawly emotional to the enjoyably ridiculous.
The Loyalist injects culinary purpose into everyday menu items
In the West Loop, John Shields and Karen Urie Shields’s casual subterranean answer to the Smyth holds its own.
After four recent crash deaths, will the City Council require truck side guards?
The gear can save lives by preventing cyclists from falling under the wheels.
WFMT boss Steve Robinson signs off today
The classical music station’s general manager leaves after 16 years at the helm.
Guitarist John Scofield visits country on his new album
The jazz vet, who plays Space on Wednesday, tackles Hank, George, Merle, Dolly and others on Country for Old Men.
FX is developing Samantha Irby’s memoir Meaty
Along with Abbi Jacobson and Jessi Klein, the former Chicagoan is turning her life story into a comedy series.
Logan Square Beer Festival, CatVideo Fest, and more things to do in Chicago this weekend
Demetri Martin, All-Star BBQ, and more happenings from September 30-October 2