The [Friday] Papers
Text I sent to a diehard Bears fan last night: "They won't win another game this season."
So this one goes out to me.
Hey, I'm not a lawyer, but whatever happened to aiding and abetting?
Including this one?
It's apparently acceptable to Barack Obama, who wanted Lisa Madigan to succeed him.
Mails dead fish marked "Exhibit A" to election officials.
Big Ben's Journalism Lesson
And yet, who is the far superior and more indispensable reporter, him or Fran Spielman?
Waiting For Arianna
"But since we all had this piece of propaganda shoved in our faces for days and days via Oprah, NBC, and even the Huffington Post (which refused to publish my essay on Arianna Huffington's role in all this), yeah, there has been some 'disagreement.' Take, for example, the 50 or more well-written, thoughtful slams at [filmmaker Davis] Guggenheim in response to his request for teacher feedback."
"A member of the editorial board for the Chicago Tribune, Chapman wrote in Thursday's edition that it's time to consider just tearing down Wrigley Field, an idea so misguided I don't even know where to start."
I don't either, except to say that Chapman probably wrote the piece just before grabbing a Starbuck's and catching the Metra to a soulless suburb where he picked up some Boston Market for dinner and caught a rerun of Forrest Gump.
New Schools, Old Story
"At issue is whether the students at the four existing small schools inside South Shore High will get a chance to go to the modern steel-frame building, as some parents want. Or whether the new school will be just that, a new school reserved for a fresh mix of students."
The Week in Chicago Rock
Quinn vs. Quade
The Week In Comic Books
Zell then declared martial law. Please report to Tribune Tower for chip implantation immediately.
The Week in WTF
The Beachwood Tip Line: Bend our ear.
Posted on November 19, 2010
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