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MARCH 17, 2006


  • Have Game, Will Travel
  • Quemont Greer was a star at DePaul, but the NBA passed him over. So he took the first job he was offered: playing ball in the Philippines.
  • By Rafe Bartholomew
  • Letters
  • "How odd and coincidental that on the same day that the largest proimmigrant demonstration in the history of the United States was held, the Chicago Reader chose to publish an apologetic front-cover article about the leader of the Illinois Minuteman Project, Rosanna Pulido."
  • Hot Type
  • Wake us when the electionís over.
  • By Michael Miner
  • The Straight Dope
  • The iceman cometh.
  • By Cecil Adams
  • The Works
  • That funny opaque kind of "transparency," Daley's real man in the Cook County Board president's race, and more
  • By Ben Joravsky
  • Chicago Antisocial
  • The trouble with Roe v. Wade is . . .
  • By Liz Armstrong
  • The More Things Change
  • The system that was supposed to diversify the judicial system is (barely) working.
  • By Christopher Hayes
  • The Nice Magazine
  • When you cuddle up to your subjects, are you serving your readers? Stop Smiling says sure you are.
  • By Martha Bayne
  • Everybody Loves a Parade
  • Andy Thayer finally figured out how to get an antiwar protest routed down Michigan Avenue.
  • By Jeffrey Felshman
  • Movies
  • Ask the Dust and Find Me Guilty
  • By Jonathan Rosenbaum
  • Music
  • Arctic Monkeys, Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
  • By Keith Harris
  • Art
  • "Inventing the World," "Situation Comedy: Humor in Recent Art," and Preston Jackson at the Chicago Cultural Center
  • By Bert Stabler
  • Theater
  • David Mamet's A Life in the Theatre at the Goodman
  • By Albert Williams
  • Neil LaBute's Autobahn at Profiles Theatre
  • By Brian Nemtusak
  • PLUS
  • What Are You Wearing?
  • Clothing and jewelry designer Castro
  • By Liz Armstrong
  • Free Shit
  • How to crash wine time at your finer hotels
  • By Megan Roberts
  • Ink Well
  • This week's crossword: Between Jobs
  • By Ben Tausig
  • Complete Section 1
  • (19.5 MB)
  • The Business
  • The Art Institute believes an elevated path from Millennium Park will bring newbies to the museum.
  • By Deanna Isaacs
  • Restaurants
  • Four Irish sisters bring the baked treats they grew up with to Chicago.
  • By Anne Ford
  • Plus: where to get your Irish on
  • Art
  • Mark Wagner's dollar-bill art at Western Exhibitions
  • By Fred Camper
  • The Meter
  • The Busy Signals: tomorrow's cult band today
  • By Bob Mehr
  • Saint Patrick's Day events
  • Savage Love
  • Creepy older girlfriends, incest, and acceptable infidelity
  • By Dan Savage
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