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  • The Woman on the Right

    An uncaptioned photo in the Numero Group's recent book about south-side nightlife in the 70s set Jake Austen on the trail of this story about one crazy week in the life of longtime promoter Helen Wooten.
  • The Man Who Ruined Running

    John Bingham, known to his flock as the Penguin, believes a marathon's more fun when you're bringing up the rear. Racing snobs blame his attitude for the decline of distance running in America.
  • The Wet Dreams of Mr. Sybaris

    Ken Knudson Knows What This Country Needs: A Great Place To Do It.
  • The Hyde Park & Kenwood Issue

    Independent politics. Aggressive urban renewal. Ambitious architecture. More bookstores than bars. And the 800-pound gargoyle: the University of Chicago.
  • The Selling of Forest Beach

    The YWCA of Metropolitan Chicago has sold its 65 acres of pristine Michigan duneland. Critics of the deal want to know: Why was the sale so quick? Why was the price so low?