Chicago Reader | Issue Archives | Aug 1, 2002
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  • Aug 1-7, 2002
  • Vol. 31, No. 44

News & Politics

  • Feature
  • What Happened to My Father

    Thirty years ago, Roosevelt Alexander was a fire-breathing Evanston alderman battling what he called "backdoor honkyism." To his opponents, he was a fighter with a knack for posing "the devastating question at the appropriate moment." To his young daughte

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Columns & Opinion

Arts & Culture

  • Culture Club
  • Artful Dodge

    Sculptors Jeffrey and Anna Koh Varilla have won the commission to create a veterans memorial for Soldier Field. Was their appointment the result of a "soviet process?"



  • Night Spies

    We are at Excalibur.