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The [Christmas 2015 - New Year's 2016] Papers

We're in holiday mode here through January 4th, which doesn't mean there won't be new material, because there will be. But it will appear more sporadically than usual.

New on Sunday:

* Jonathan Pie, TV Reporter! New Year's Rant.

Give him three minutes and enough beer and he'll give you the year in review!

New on Saturday:

* The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #83: Our Chicago Athlete Of The Year.

A 2015/2016 review/preview. Including: Being The Blackhawks; Cartoon Cubs; As The Bulls Turn; Not Bowled Over By John Fox; Let's Talk About The White Sox Cubs; The City's Most Inconsequential Franchise; and Party Of The Year.

New on Friday:

* Beachwood Photo Booth: Food & Liquor, Milhouse.

Thanks for caring and sharing!

* TrackNotes: Party Of The Year.

Thanks for the invite.

* The Week In Chicago Rock.

Featuring: Diarrhea Planet, Mike Pecucci, A Sunny Day in Glasgow, Elise and the Police, Living Colour, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Railroad Earth, Miles Over Mountains, Brandi Carlile, and Advance Base.

New on Thursday:

* The Best Albums Of 2015?

There seems to be a consensus.

* The 2015 Koolie Awards!

In The Blue & Orange Kool-Aid Report.

New on Wednesday:

* Meet Chicago Navy Seaman Desmond Cooke.

Culinary Specialist aboard the USS John C. Stennis.

* Capital One Is No. 1 In Suing Its Cardholders.

The suits, often over debts as small as $1,000, reveal a largely hidden side of Capital One's business.

New on Tuesday:

* Remembering Lemmy In Chicago.

From Hawkwind to Riot Fest.

* The Workers' Comp Industrial Complex Parties Hearty.

"All of this because somebody got hurt at work."

* Last Call For Railroaders.

Jack Delano captured 3,000 images of WWII-era railroad workers - two-thirds of them in Chicago.

New on Monday:

* Bears Media Mesmerized By Shirtless Matt Slauson.

Fanboy media summed up.

* Jonathan Pie, TV Reporter! Merry Fucking Christmas.

Dude has to work the holiday, reporting the same story, every damn year.

* Meet Chicago Navy Commander Chad Hennings.

From Nevada Gold to Submarine Squadron 19.

* The (Lousy Christmas) Weekend In Chicago Rock.

Featuring: Taylor Bennett, Gyptian.

New On Friday:

* Beachwood Photo Booth: Holiday Ham.

Later, 'gator.

* The Top 10 Investigative Reports On Money In Politics Of 2015.

Including Rahm and the Ricketts'.

* The Week In Chicago Rock.

Featuring: Sanctuary, The Magnifers, The Academy Is . . . , and Strange Arrangement.


New On Thursday:

* About King Louie.

To live and (almost) die in Chicago.

* Family Guy Jesus.

A short, fat, political, black, adolescent, record store clerk, hack entertainer who has a dysfunctional relationship with his father.

* The Blue & Orange Kool-Aid Report.

A bag of dicks and Lovie Smith.






Another great column by Beachwood alum David Rutter:

Posted by The Beachwood Reporter on Wednesday, December 23, 2015


Wow, Donna More is awful.

Posted by The Beachwood Reporter on Wednesday, December 23, 2015


A minute cost of doing business.

Posted by The Beachwood Reporter on Wednesday, December 23, 2015


A sampling.





The Beachwood Tip Line: Brutal, but not regretful.


Posted on December 24, 2015

MUSIC - Chief Keef Changed The Industry.
TV - Vizio's Best Product Is You.
POLITICS - UIC: Soda Taxes Work.
SPORTS - More McCaskey Malpractice.

BOOKS - All About Poop.


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