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  • An Inconvenient Truth

    When Lawrence Weschler picked global warming as the theme for the Humanities Festival, it was still a topic nobody was talking about.
  • And the Winners Are ...

    A year after he picked artists to create nearly $2 million worth of work for the McCormick Place expansion, Paul Klein names names.
  • Angling for an Uprising

    Olga Stefan appears to have brought Chicago Artists Coalition back from the brink, but one faction already wants her out.
  • Anyone but Him

    Gay activists fight James Dobson's induction into the National Radio Hall of Fame.
  • AREA Man Leaves AREA

    Daniel Tucker's novel reason for stepping away from the magazine he founded: he’d become too important to it.
  • Art Against Apathy

    After giving up on making Chicagoans care about peace, Vesna Rebernak is testing the waters again with an exhibit in Highland Park.
  • Art Therapy

    Now that he's sober, Bill Current runs a gallery for artists struggling with addiction.
  • Back Talk

    Music fans give Chicago Public Radio static about its new programming plan.
  • Bad Hedy

    The Sun-Times critic turns a workshop festival into The Gong Show and the Dramatists Guild mounts a lynching party.
  • Bard in the Hands

    Joyce Cole and Liz Bartlow Breslin dedicate mind and body to a visual translation of Richard II.