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  • Entrepreneurs: Chess as a Summer Job

    Sign painter Cecil Locke has figured out how to play his favorite game all season--and make a buck off it too.
  • Obsessions: Watching From a Distance

    How James Kurisunkal blogged his way onto New York's social scene from his dorm room in Urbana
  • Art: A Different Perspective

    World-class commercial photographer Sandro has higher ambitions.
  • Follow-Up: The Meter's Still Running and the Mayor's Still Mum

    Since 2003 the city has paid some $7 million in legal fees to fight five police torture lawsuits it probably can't win. The latest turn in this saga involves a secret settlement agreement designed to protect Daley.
  • Council Follies: When Activists Attack

    Animal-rights groups peck away at the City Council as it considers two different ordinances to repeal the foie gras ban.
  • Follow-Up: Change of Plans

    Michael Altenberg's organic pizzeria opened last month--without its much-touted in-house baker.
  • Radio: Why Play Leaks?

    What Q101's scuffle with the White Stripes says about the state of alternative-rock radio
  • Business: Ribbed Collar Crime

    Bootleg Threadless designs spotted at a Sears in Mexico