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  • Potty Poet

    Armed with gum tack and verse, Sid Yiddish is turning public bathrooms into alternative spaces for reflection.
  • Hell in a Cell

    Tamms supermax prison was built to punish disruptive inmates with temporary solitary confinement. Yet Reginald Berry spent the better part of eight years there—and he was luckier than many.
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  • Books/No Wiseguys Just Guys

    Ex-journalist Donald Evans turns his stint as a gambler and bookie into a debut novel.
  • Correction

  • The System: Occupational Hazard

    A public defender tries to dump a job where he'd have to call a sitting judge a liar.
  • Lifestyles/Earn Local, Ride Global

    George Christensen spends the winter as a bike messenger and the rest of the year touring the world on two wheels.
  • Setting the Bar for Smut

    Every Saturday night Steve "Pudgy" De Rose turns the Twisted Spoke into a porno house.
  • Up Everest, Quietly

    Sophia Danenberg was the first black woman to sit on top of the world and nobody noticed.
  • Everybody Loves a Parade

    Andy Thayer finally figured out how to get an antiwar protest routed down Michigan Avenue.
  • Life After Exoneration

    South-sider James Newsome and other casualties of the justice system speak up in a new oral history from McSweeney's.
  • The Devil Made Him Do It

    After touring from Java to Spain, septuagenarian flamenco dancer Edo Sie found stomping grounds in Chicago.
  • Driving Miss Mary

    Keeping up a little-known Catholic tradition is getting harder.
  • Does Rehabilitation Work?

    For his latest PBS documentary, Tod Lending spent three years following two ex-cons as they struggled to stay straight.
  • Whose Holocaust Is It Anyway?

    Why Alan Dershowitz wants DePaul professor Norman Finkelstein fired.
  • And Then I Got Called a Pussy Faggot

    All the flak he's been catching for his inflammatory stamp art has persuaded Al Brandtner that he really is an artist.
  • A Neo-Futurist Never Looks Back

    After a painful divorce and a three-year hiatus, the creator of the long-running Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind is recharged and looking to expand the franchise.
  • Winnifred Birts

  • How to Win the War on Drugs

    Picnics, dancing, bowling--these are all part of a local program for convicted drug offenders that's cheaper and more effective than prison.