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  • Music: The Sounds of the State

    A new CD series collects Illinois music from the past century.
  • Big Ideas: Close Deep Tunnel

    The architects at Bridgeport's UrbanLab have a better plan.
  • Fashion: Niche Market

    You've probably never heard of him, but to about a hundred women with cash to burn Sam Kori George is the best designer in the city.
  • Theater: Jimmy Trivette Goes to Africa

    After 13 seasons as a sidekick to Matlock and then Walker, Texas Ranger, Clarence Gilyard wanted to make a statement.
  • Art: Disciples of Gygax

    Todd Bailey and Nate Murphy pay loving tribute to Dungeons & Dragons for Version>07.
  • Crime: A Happy Ending

    Lola, one of two dogs brazenly stolen within hours of each other in November, comes home.
  • Sports: Hold the Horses

    The best thing about the Illinois Derby? The ostrich race.
  • Entrepreneurs: Walk and Talk

    Ex-options trader Mike Salvatore wants to hear all about your vacation.
  • Politics: Pulling Focus

    Local progressives stage a "slam" at Second City.
  • Role Models: From DIY to NPO

    The Girls Rock! Chicago summer camp gets serious.
  • The Big Questions: The P Word

    Jonathan Lethem and Richard Posner butt heads over whether plagiarism exists.
  • Working the System/Foie Fight

    Both parties in an animal-rights-related lawsuit live in California, but it's being decided here, in foie-gras central.
  • Group Efforts: Marching Madness

    Mucca Pazza started out as goofy communal fun--and then the 30-piece band starting getting gigs.
  • Elections: Aldermania!

    The 15th Ward's unpredictable race; getting down to business in the 49th; big labor, big wallet.
  • Good Works

    The Doing Time in Their Prime Players Improv class at the Cook County Juvenile Temporary Detention Center