Chicago Reader | Issue Archives | Dec 7, 1989
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  • Dec 7-13, 1989
  • Vol. 19, No. 8

News & Politics

  • Feature
  • Teachers and Indians

    Native American children face special problems in the public schools. At Audubon School, on the north side, the Board of Education offers a special solution.
  • Essay
  • Cityscape: So Many Cars, So Little Space

    Loop traffic is not Worst during rush hours but in the middle of the day, when short-term visitors who really need curbside parking circle endlessly searching for spaces.
  • Miscellany
  • Prairie School Pottery

    Curator Jon Vanco: "In my conventional view of art history, modern art came from Europe to America in 1913 . . . Yet here it was fully blown a decade earlier--and not even imported, but homegrown in Chicago."
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