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Thursday, December 15, 2011

In this week's Reader: Money talks, twice

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In this week's issue of the Reader: Steve Bogira explores the murky territory of campaign finance. It examines a subject from many different angles, such as elections, committees, and hypothetical solutions to political-financial quandaries. Bogira also wrote a post for the Bleader this morning that enhances his feature article.

Deanna Isaacs spotlights a censorship snafu between Chicago Publishes and a young indie publisher.

Michael Miner takes a gander at the current state of the Chicago Tribune and how their news can be not so current, and not so original.

Ben Joravsky provides his Christmas wish list and a a gift suggestion, both about Chicago, but one a little more positive than the other—guess which one...

In Mudville, our sports column, Ted Cox is bedazzled by the Blackhawks' offense, but not scared enough of their defense.

In You Are Here, we meet Chicagoan Jennifer French, an FBI agent who moonlights as a wedding coordinator; illustrator and toy-maker Travis Lampe shows us his studio; and we zoom in on Bronzeville to examine the legacy of Ida B. Wells-Barnett.

And Savage Love ponders love in the time of insecurity, how affairs can improve one's sex life, and BDSM for women.

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