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SEPTEMBER 9, 2005


  THIS WEEK'S ISSUE

  • SECTION 1
  • COVER STORY
  • Boy Wonder
  • Peter Gundling's just your average third grader. He goes to school. He likes Abba. He's got a movie studio in the attic.
  • By Tasneem Paghdiwala
  • DEPARTMENTS
  • Letters
  • "Strong words. Indeed, fighting words. And yet all of this the Reader managed to squeeze onto page one."
  • Hot Type
  • Charles Madigan, the man charged with turning the Trib into a 24/7 Internet news machine, says he got the skills for the job back at UPI.
  • By Michael Miner
  • The Straight Dope
  • Fart-induction fatalities?
  • By Cecil Adams
  • The Works
  • Is a wink as good as a nod? Hard to tell, but Mayor Daley may support a change in the property tax system.
  • By Ben Joravsky
  • OUR TOWN
  • Does Rehabilitation Work?
  • For his latest PBS documentary, Tod Lending spent three years following two ex-cons as they struggled to stay straight.
  • By Jeffrey Felshman
  • Jitterbugging and Gentrification
  • What StoryCorps learned about Chicago
  • By Jessica Hopper
  • PHOTO ESSAY
  • Keepiní It Green
  • By Lloyd DeGrane
  • REVIEWS
  • Art
  • Chris Uphues at the MCA
  • Theater
  • The Hypocrites' Death of a Salesman
  • By Kerry Reid
  • Bruised Orange Theater Company's Poor Man's Amos
  • By Kelly Kleiman
  • PLUS
  • Ink Well
  • This week's crossword: School's In
  • By Ben Tausig
  • Complete Section 1
  • (10.5 MB)
  • SECTION 2
  • The Business
  • Redmoon's latest spectacle gets a radical revision after events on the gulf coast make it seem a lot less fantastical. Plus: Hubbard Street 2 on European TV
  • By Deanna Isaacs
  • Restaurants
  • Critics' Choice: BYOB for coastal Adriatic, American eclectic, or French-inspired Mexican
  • By Chip Dudley, Martha Bayne, and Laura Levy Shatkin
  • Art
  • Buzz Spector's word-based art at Zolla/Lieberman
  • By Fred Camper
  • Around the Coyote Fall Arts Festival
  • SECTION 3
  • The Meter
  • Make Believe drummer Nate Kinsella is facing up to ten years in prison and $20,000 in fines for letting it all hang out at a Christian rock show in Oklahoma.
  • By Bob Mehr
  • Katrina benefits
  • SECTION 4
  • Savage Love
  • Am I asexual? How do I get my brother to quit putting his dick between my toes? and more
  • By Dan Savage
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