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  • "A Law Abiding Judge"

    Prosecutors say Leo Holt doesn't give them a fair shake; he says he's just guarding the rights of the accused.
  • "Get Yourself Some Dynomite!"

    In his new memoir, art dealer Richard Feigen details 40 years' worth of dirt, dish, and disappointment to explain what's wrong with the Chicago art scene.
  • "Green Jobs" and How to Get Them
  • "Green Jobs" and How to Get Them

    First Ward alderman Manny Flores has a hard row to hoe as a voice for sustainable enterprise in the City Council.
  • "Green Jobs" and How to Get Them
  • "Green Jobs" and How to Get Them

    First Ward alderman Manny Flores has a hard row to hoe as a voice for sustainable enterprise in the City Council.
  • "He Paints With Light"

    In the photo lab, Jack Leb turns a negative into a thing of beauty. In his life, as he made his way through the Middle East and across the sea to America, he sometimes had to do the same.
  • "How Many Do You Need?"

    Why you can always get a ticket at Wrigley Field.
  • "I'm blind--so what?"

    How Derrick Phillips Learned to See Things in a Positive Light
  • "In Pakistan, She Would Be Dead"

    The needs of a little girl with cerebral palsy run up against Ashcroft's stringent new antiterrorism measures.
  • "This is not a project!"

    Everyone has an opinion of CHA high rises. Finally here's a program that asks the residents what they think.
  • 1,000 Words

    The Reader's year-end photo issue
  • 15 Candidates!

    We Can Help--The Reader's Guide to the Big Showdown
  • 2 Good 2 B True
  • 2 Good 2 B True

    Paula met the man of her dreams on a Deadwood message board. She got to know his family and friends, even sent them Christmas presents sight unseen. Now she says a friend made them all up—and she's striking back.
  • 3,000 Degrees and Rising

    The Fire Arts Center is like any other small business run by dedicated entrepreneurs--except for the pot of molten metal in the middle of the room.