Chicago Reader | Issue Archives | Jan 30, 1997
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  • Jan 30 - Feb 5, 1997
  • Vol. 26, No. 17

News & Politics

  • Feature
  • Negative Thinking

    Worn down by 15 years of AIDS, many gay men find it difficult to maintain the level of safety and vigilance that has kept them HIV free.
  • Essay
  • The Great Divide

    Myron Orfield's maps tells us much about the gulf between the classes--maybe more than the MacArthur Foundation wants us to know.
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  • Neighborhood News
  • Toll-Free Call

    Joe Ann Bradly wants to be the first black woman on the Toll Highway Authority board. And then she wants to put it out of business.

City Life

Columns & Opinion


Arts & Culture

  • Culture Club
  • Feigen Flees

    Amid rumors that Chicago is losing its place in the art world, Feigen's Lance Kinz and Susan Reynolds pack up and head for New York.