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  • Potty Poet

    Armed with gum tack and verse, Sid Yiddish is turning public bathrooms into alternative spaces for reflection.
  • The Men He Wants to Be

    Keith Dukavicius's movies all start the same way: with an obsession.
  • A Bridge to Iraq

    Amir ElSaffar forges a singular fusion of jazz and Iraqi classical music—and reconciles his roots in the process.
  • Social Networking 1.0

    How computer geek Kevin Fitzpatrick established a community of friends before the age of Friendster
  • Master Class

    An entrepreneur helps local mixologists stay on top of their game
  • The Rusty Lamppost Theory

    Alderman Bob Fioretti takes on the Second Ward's problems one streetlight, one mailbox, and one pile of dog poop at a time.
  • Wheels Is Wheels

    John "J2" Mryczko won't let a little quadriplegia stand between him and extremeness.
  • Great Black Music in Print

    After ten years, George Lewis's monumental history of the AACM is finally finished.
  • Social Justice, With Soccer

    A Chilean filmmaker explores the Middle East conflict through the eyes of Palestinian footballers.