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  • The Power of the Keys

    Lugging around that mass of cold, shiny metal helps Doug Jennings bear his more existential burdens.
  • Hot Shot

    For decades street photographer Gary Stochl never showed his work to a soul--not even his parents. Now, thanks to a twist of fate or two, he's in the Art Institute's collection and has a monograph on the way.
  • The Eyewitness

    When she was 15, Holly McGuire was certain she'd seen Jason Gray murder three kids. Back in court at age 30, she didn't seem so sure. Now his fate hangs on whether she can still be believed.
  • No Law Against That

    John Vasilopulos says he doesn't dislike his neighbors because they're gay. He just thinks they're jerks.
  • Antenna Invasion

    There's a cell phone antenna coming soon to a condo, church, or school roof near you. And if you don't like it, well, there isn't much you can do.
  • The Bradbury Chronicles

    Can a biographer dig up every detail of his subject's life and still expect to be his friend?
  • The Football House

    Reginald Wilson's commissions come to him by word of mouth, and designs like this one get people talking.
  • 15 Candidates!

    We Can Help--The Reader's Guide to the Big Showdown
  • Who Was Brad Nelson Winters?

    What the theater community lost with the murder of Terrapin's artistic director.
  • The Other Brickhouse

    Quiet and retiring, Nelda was nothing like her legendary husband, Jack. But after he left her for another woman, her independent nature emerged.