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  • The Long Middle Finger of the Law

    Mark Weinberg, who's sued the city on behalf of panhandlers and public urinators, is pissed off about a parking ticket.
  • Everybody's a Reporter

    The city makes it easier for journalists of all stripes to get to where the action is.
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  • Losing Her Museum

    Loren Billings lives out her days amid her memories at Chicago's Museum of Holography. But thanks to three mysterious "friends" and a million-dollar loan approved by Illinois state treasurer Alexi Giannoulias, she could soon be on the curb.
  • Out on Their Cans, With Cancer

    The Sun-Times Media layoffs: as good an example as any of what decent people do to decent people in a bad economy.
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  • The Recyclable House

    If Ken Ortiz has his way, no one in Chicago will ever simply "demolish" a building again.
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  • Tools of Torture

    Though he continues to deny it, Jon Burge tortured suspects while he was a Chicago police detective. Now his contemporaries from Vietnam reveal where he may have learned the tricks of his trade.
  • House of Screams

    Torture by Electroshock: Could it happen in a Chicago police station? Did it happen at Area 2?
  • Harold and the Hyneses

    Dan Hynes’s Harold Washington ad is a reminder that we’re still paying for the racial politics of the past.