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Monica Trinidad publicly accused Peter Nickeas of colluding with cops. Here’s what happened next.

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Cover Story: The new Ed Vrdolyak is nothing like the old one or how to be a progressive in Mayor Rahm's Chicago. Tenth Ward alderman Sue Sadlowski Garza is cultivating a new kind of progressive power on Chicago's southeast side.

Movies: A new wave of premieres at the Chicago French Film Festival. Ten new features make their local debuts at the Chicago French Film Festival.

Food & Drink: Chef Cameron Grant's Animale instincts are sharp. The folks behind Logan Square’s great Osteria Langhe get gutsy with Italian.
The Reader's Bar Guide: Hundreds of bars searchable by neighborhood and our top recommended watering holes in Chicago

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  • After five years lost in the wilds of addiction, Chamber Strings front man Kevin Junior tries to pick up where he left off.
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  • North-side Asian-Americans put aside their differences for the sake of politics.
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  • Everybody does A Christmas Carol, but nobody gets it right.
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