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  • Art Underfoot

    A painter does her best work in nightclubs, but her audience would rather dance.
  • Preemptive Strike?

    A handful of activists planning to disrupt Boeing's shareholder meeting at the Renaissance Hotel had barely made it out of their room when they were shown the door by a battalion of cops.
  • The Boys of Cell Block E

    How a lawyer, a waiter, a teacher,a minister, and a tourist who stepped out of the Cheesecake Factory at the wrong time found themselves sharing a steel toilet.
  • Aldermania!

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  • Rockeros on the Rise

    The area is crawling with arena-ready Latin rock stars. Now all they need is to get booked into the arenas.
  • War of Words

    Faced with anti-yuppie grafitti and a stinging satirical attack, Alderman Eugene Schulter fights back with a lawsuit.
  • Hanging By A String

    Operating on the margins of a marginalized art form, Ralph Kimpniss somehow keeps his puppets swinging and his hopes alive.
  • Self Help

    Banker Amrish Mahajan insists that his position on the city Plan Commission had nothing to do with a recent business deal, but the competition isn't so sure.
  • Snakes in the Grass

    The threatened eastern massasauga rattlesnake is finding out the hard way who its friends are.
  • Real Horror Show

    George Romero's experience with the film industry has been as much a bloodletting as any of his infamous features.
  • The Welcome Wagon's on Blocks

    The Old Town School puts on a friendly face as its new neighbors grumble.
  • Grave Robbers

    Cemeteries are parks to some people, mini malls to others.
  • Careful What You Ask For

    With swelling ranks and a unifying cause to rally around, why did the leaders of an Uptown block club cut and run?
  • Is This Healthy?

    Ravenswood and Ilinois Masonic hospitals may merge, but some worry that good business isn't the same as good medicine.
  • A Real Pain in the Tracks

    The CTA had activist Adam Kerman arrested for leafleting at a subway stop. Think it had anything to do with his leaflets?