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  • A Change in Plans

    As Columbia reconsiders its generous retirement benefits, faculty and staff are rethinking their relationship with the college.
  • Link's Hall Goes Pro; Pier Politics

    CJ Mitchell brings big-time arts administration to the little north-side space. But is dance getting the shaft?
  • All Undressed and No Place to Go

    The country is crawling with disappointed strippers, now that plans for a national exotic-dance competition have been scuttled.
  • East Pilsen's Makeover

    With the influx of University Village gentrifiers and the aggressive marketing of John Podmajersky III, the neighborhood will have a whole new look for this year's Winter Festival of Art.
  • Gooned, Gooned, Gone

    Tired of the rough stuff in Rogers Park, Curious Theatre Branch will take its shows on the road.
  • Revolving Door Policy

    It's good to know that Second City can laugh at itself--or at least three alums tell a few stories at its expense.
  • The Nightclub Next Door

    Some new Boys Town condo owners want Circuit shut down because it's too loud. Their neighbors Mike Swingler, Steven heintz, and Ben Scheie say the noise comes with the territory.
  • Artists' Day Out / That's Showbiz!

    Artist Mitchell Kane and the Hirsh Farm Project hope to improve the world by seeing it.
  • Out With the Show

    They'd found the perfect space for their production, but for Amy Rising and Kathy Scambiatterra's Artistic Home Acting Ensemble happiness was fleeting.
  • The Road Ahead/ Livent Deathwatch

    Roadworks Productions plans for greatness, with a new building, a bigger budget, and an expanding production schedule.