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Monday, March 24, 2008

Through the cracks: a roundup of local news you probably missed

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* Crane H.S. students who live in the ABLA Homes are getting police escorts.

* The Tribune Company lost $78 million in 4Q 2007.

* Filmmaker Aram Rappaport is working with the city in order to shoot his new movie, Helix, in Chicago in one take.

* Kurt Elling went to divinity school at the U. of C.?

* Jim Musser, Trib grammar guru and designer of "Road to the White House," passed away at 60. More at BoardGameGeek.

* Rule 240: worth invoking, although it doesn't exist anymore.

* Suburbs-to-slums-watch continues

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