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  • Ghetto Blaster

    For three decades Alexander Polikoff has been pushing the CTA to keep the promises it made after a landmark desegregation case.
  • The Invisible Architect

    We know her ravishing renderings helped make Frank Lloyd Wright and other Prairie School architects make their mark. But Marion Mahony's other contributions to the movement are still being revealed more than 40 years after her death.
  • A Kinder, Gentler Reality

    On Rock Star, CBS's show about finding a new singer for INXS, everyone's talented, everyone's nice, and nobody's too old to rock 'n' roll.
  • OG: Original Geek

    Paul Feig, creator of the cult hit Freaks and Geeks, on personal and professional rejection, the bullies who run our country, and autofellatio. Yes, autofellatio.
  • For the Love of a Camera

    These Parts: Jack Deardorff and Ken Hough once came together to try to save a classic American machine. Now they don't even speak.
  • The Dirty 30

    These Parts: A battle for control of a small-town historical society gets ugly. Really ugly.
  • Little Cafe in the Big Woods

    These Parts: How the birthplace of Laura Ingalls Wilder came to depend on one family-owned restaurant for its survival.
  • It Takes a Worried Man

    Mark Mothersbaugh on his latest art project, his oldest obsessions, and the continuing story of de-evolution.
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  • Little House in Disneyland

    Girls of all ages have loved Laura Ingalls Wilder's stories for more than 70 years. They don't need to be patronized to relate.