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  • The Pawn Experience

    Will it ever be respectable?
  • Family Ties

    A Story of Domestic Violence, Legal Conflict, and Child Abduction
  • Born to Schmooze

    On his way to becoming the darling of the gossip-column set, restaurateur Alex Dana has made a lot of friends. Also a few enemies.
  • Resurrection

    From the remains of eight dying parishes, the black Catholics of Englewood have built something to be proud of.
  • The Sky's the Limit

    Getting Into Nu Skin: To some it looks like the old pyramid game. To the faithful, it's the hot new thing in "multilevel marketing."
  • Chaplain

    Muhammad Firadusi, Allah's Man in Stateville
  • House Movers

    For the Davis family, now in the business through five generations, the three most important words in real estate are relocation, relocation, and relocation.
  • Brother Bill

    "The history of the Catholic Church is a history of exotics and eccentrics. These are figures impassioned to meet God in other people, and in every culture people emerge to do this in lavish proportions. Bill is one of them."
  • The Color of Money

    It isn't easy buying black--but the idea is gathering new force, activists say, in Chicago and across the country.
  • Unusual Practice

    Gerald Brown is one of a dwindling breed--an animal doctor in a poor inner-city neighborhood.
  • The Rag Man of Lincoln Park

    His name was Jim Northcutt. He graduated from the University of Cincinnati with majors in philosophy and economics. He served during the Korean war and worked in the planning department of the CTA. This is his story.
  • A Ministry of Music

    If music has the power to save men's souls, Paul Manz is one of the country's great preachers.