Chicago Reader | Issue Archives | Apr 25, 2002
  • Issue of
  • Apr 25 - May 1, 2002
  • Vol. 31, No. 30

News & Politics

  • Feature
  • Invisible Man

    After years as a political prisoner, followed by prominence as a human rights official, Kamram Rizvi was forced to emigrate to save his skin. Does anybody know of any openings for human rights officials?
  • Neighborhood News
  • Grave Condition

    Patricia Tyson says her father's final resting place is a mess. Restvale says cemetaries are a messy business.

City Life

  • Our Town
  • History by the Foot

    Tammy Poole's shoes reflected her grandmother's belief in AA, April Clay's her mother's journey to the U.S. from Jamaica. Shante Brown painted a tribute to the civil rights movement and her grandmother.

Columns & Opinion


  • Night Spies

    We are at Ginger's Ale House

Arts & Culture

Food & Drink