News & Features,
Nov 7, 2013
Pedro Flores is the U.S. government's star witness in the largest drug trafficking case in Chicago history. But should the DEA have looked the other way as he and his twin brother brought truckloads of coke into the city?
by Jason McGahan
Feature, cocaine, drug trafficking, U.S. Department of Justice, crime, Calumet, Outback Steakhouse, drugs, drug deals, Dollar Bazaar, North Lawndale, McDonald's, DEA, Drug Enforcement Agency, Dominick's, Atlanta, cell phones, Detroit, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, Wayne County, Michigan, prison, Kenosha County, Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, drug dealers, wholesale drug dealers, Pedro Flores, Margarito Flores, Little Village, Sinaloa Drug Cartel, Vicente Zambada Niebla, Ismael Zambada, U.S. District Court of Chicago, Colombia, Alvin Michaelson, Ruben Castillo, Patrick Fitzgerald, Matthew McCarthy, U.S. District Court of Wisconsin, Ron Collins, Guadalajara, Eric Durante, Jorge Llamas, Frank Rubino, Miami, U.S. Attorneys, Halley Guren, Virginia Kendall, Mexico City, drug cartels, U.S. Northern Command, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado Springs, crystal meth, methamphetamine, war on drugs, drug supply, federal prison, drug investigations, Milan, Michigan
Oct 23, 2013
This week's poster was designed and printed by local artist Ryan Duggan.
by Luca Cimarusti
Gig Posters, Arts, Music, Visual Art, gig posters, gig poster, gig poster of the week, Ryan Duggan, Hideout, Fake Limbs, Jack Buck, Cell Phones, Mickey Mouse
Aug 30, 2011
Who's on the leash—the dog being walked or his cell-walker?
Nov 2, 2010
What effect do cell-phones have on election polling?
Jul 28, 2010
The digital world is too much with us
Sep 21, 2007
One more reason to worry that our cell phones are zapping our brains.
May 14, 2007
I went to the Bjork concert and all I got was this lame photo on Flickr.
Aug 19, 2006
Gallows humor in the bookstore, Iraq, and other good addresses.