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The Weekend Desk Report

By Natasha Julius / Posted on August 30, 2014

Ah ha ha ha ha ha ha! Happy Labor Day, Chicago!

Market Update
The Rich continued to bank on the misery of the Poor this week, with almost total impunity. Happy Labor Day!

Back-To-School Tweaking
In honor of the hard-working brass at CPS, let's tweak a few other key indicators, shall we? How about:

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The Weekend Desk Tip Line: Back-to-school twerking, too.

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The Beachwood Radio Network

* MONSTER LABOR DAY WEEKEND SHOW | The Beachwood Radio Hour #21: Federal Judge Rules The Koschman Conspiracy Worked.

Plus: Rahm's Super PAC vs. Daley's Family PAC; He Worked At A Tastee-Freez; The Queen Bee Of Wicker Park; Feasting On Human Tears; and much, much more!

* ALSO: The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #15: Super Bears Or Bust.

Plus: The Sky Is Burning; Prospects Are Suspects Until Proven Otherwise, And So Is Starlin Castro; Cubs Strive For Normalcy; Deadspin Is Dead Wrong; and much, much more!

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The Sound Opinions Weekend Listening Report: "New Orleans singer-guitarist Benjamin Booker talks about his blues influences and opening for Jack White and plays songs from his self-titled debut. Later, hosts Jim and Greg review the new album from former Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant."

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The CAN TV Weekend Viewing Report: Public Forum On The Dangers Of Metal Shredders.

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"With plans to build a metal shredder in the Pilsen neighborhood, concerned community members hear from residents of Elkhart, Indiana, who discuss the noise, pollution and other problems caused by a metal shredder in their city."

Sunday at 9 a.m. on CAN TV21.

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