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Sep 20, 2013
Expo Chicago 2013 launched at Navy Pier last night with a tweaked design, more video, and a benefit party.
by Deanna Isaacs
Arts, Visual Art, Expo Chicago, Jeanne Gang, Tony Karman, Michelle Boone, Madeleine Grynsztejn, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events, Navy Pier, Natural Resources Defense Council, School of the Art Institute, Snarkitecture, Joseph Cruz, Chicago Artists Coalition, Natalie Coleman, McCormick Gallery, Orr Menirom, Catherine Edelman Gallery, Expo Video, Stephen Daiter Gallery, Shane Ward, David Giordano, University of Chicago
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Sep 12, 2013
Tony Karman talks about the art fair's sophomore year. Plus: The best of the rest of the fests.
by Deanna Isaacs and Sam Worley
Fall Arts, Fall Arts 2013, Tony Karman, Expo Chicago, Navy Pier, Massimo De Carlo, Marianne Boesky, Taka Ishii, Thomas Schulte, Isabella Bortolozzi, Warhol museum, Independent Curators International, Contemporary Art Museum Saint Louis, Natural Resources Defense Council, Human Rights Watch, IN/SITU, Choose Chicago, Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events, Paul Sietsema, Richard Gray Gallery, Alex Katz, Rhona Hoffman, Spencer Finch, Judy Ledgerwood, Kavi Gupta, Theaster Gates, Elizabeth Street, Roxy Paine, Monique Meloche, Rashid Johnson
May 26, 2011
by Lauri Apple
Culture Vultures, Julie Tymorek, School of the Art Institute, The Godfather, Mario Puzo, Henry Henderson, Natural Resources Defense Council, Pierr Assouline, Arts Club of Chicago, Shawn Smith, Shawnimals, Rework, Davide Heinemeier Hansson, Jason Fried, Steve Zalusky, American Library Association, Charlie Chaplin, Gene Siskel Film Center, Brandy Agerbeck, Loosetooth.com, Segway Experience of Chicago
Jul 28, 2009
Watchdog organizations announce plans to sue the owner of Chicago coal-fired power plants for alleged violations of the Clean Air Act.
by Mick Dumke
Politics, Environment, Clout City, Eco, environmental protection, air pollution, coal, coal-fired power plants, Fisk, Crawford, Midwest Generation, Environmental Law and Policy Center, U.S. EPA, Faith Bugel, climate change, Chicago, Chicago politics, Natural Resources Defense Council, Respiratory Health Association of Metropolitan Chicago, Sierra Club, PERRO, soot, particulate matter
May 27, 2009
Congress is moving slowly, but midwestern leaders have already forged their own plan for a carbon cap-and-trade system. Henry Henderson, one of its architects, explains how the market, and commercial self-interest, can be used to cut back on pollution.
by Mick Dumke
News, Clout City, Global Warming, Carbon Tax, Climate Change, Mayor Richard M. Daley, environmental regulation, Environmental policy, cap and trade, Henry Henderson, carbon emissions, Natural Resources Defense Council, greenhouse gas emissions, greenest city