Chicago Reader | Issue Archives | Feb 12, 2004
  • Issue of
  • Feb 12-18, 2004
  • Vol. 33, No. 20

News & Politics

  • Feature
  • The Extinction Express

    While Madagascar teeters on the edge of an ecological catastrophe, Field Museum biologist Steve Goodman does what he can to save the remains.

City Life

  • Our Town
  • First Man at the Massacre

    A few months before he died last year, veteran reporter Walter Trohan changed his story about how he beat the mob to the scene of the Saint Valentine's Day shootings.
  • Our Town
  • Outing the Middle East

    The Silk Road Theatre Project sets the record straight on gay Arabs, Japanese war brides, and other overlooked immigrants.

Columns & Opinion


  • Night Spies

    We are at Sapori Trattoria.

Arts & Culture

  • Architecture
  • Glass, Steel, and Memories

    Carol Ross Barney's design for the new federal building in Oklahoma City required her to look far beyond simple questions of material and dimension.

Food & Drink