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  • Setting the Bar for Smut

    Every Saturday night Steve "Pudgy" De Rose turns the Twisted Spoke into a porno house.
  • Medium Cold

    Competitive ice-carving: "It's not only artistic, it has many of the elements of sport as well, it's physically demanding, and style and performance count for a lot."
  • Last One In

    Gene Suuppi wandered into the Monet show at 7:46 PM Tuesday, August 14. Nobody asked him for a ticket; he didn't know he needed one.
  • Radical Agenda

    A political operative hits the bricks on Inauguration Day looking for malcontents to lure into the Democratic Party.
  • Girls' Night Out

    Christmas Dinner With the Friends of the Elderly
  • Cuisine Art

  • Stereo Savant

  • In Bloom

    Taking the Garfield Park Conservatory out of cold storage.
  • Elections/Aldermania!

    This week: selective memory in the 46th Ward, a vacant lot in the 9th, and fear in the 14th
  • Auction

    These Parts: Raising Money With the Mennonites in Goshen, Indiana
  • Vote Kestrel!

    Neither waxwing, nor kingbird, the best candidate for official bird of Chicago is right under our noses.
  • Lottie Da

  • Cat Criminal

    Ivy Garland went to jail for the cat she loves.
  • Re-Animator

    In a dark little shop on the northwest side, one man brings the dead to life.
  • Professor Boom-Chicka-Boom

    Rachel Shteir's new history of the striptease took 15 years to write, but it couldn't have been published at a better time.
  • Audience Appreciation

    Don De Grazia knows his readers.
  • History Fair