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The [Friday] Papers

"For the past week - ever since the school board took its final vote to close 50 Chicago schools -the district has been trying to get parents from closing schools to say where they'll send their children next year," Linda Lutton reports for WBEZ.

"But getting parents to register for new schools has been a tough sell in many corners of the city."

This is a problem. Click through to hear/read her report.

Pedestrian Scramble
It always looks innovative until someone gets hurt.

Rutherford To Make Fake Announcement
Announcing something that's already real isn't news. Why play along and give him the publicity?

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The Beachwood's political oddsmakers have had Rutherford on the board for a long time; they give him a 35 percent chance of becoming governor.

Photo Boot
The news that the Sun-Times laid off its photography staff even made the Shanghai Daily - though it didn't make the Sun-Times.

Chicago Is Unemployed
"[F]or the third straight month, Chicago has beaten out Los Angeles for the highest unemployment among the top-10 metro areas in population," Crain's reports.

Quinn International
"After 40 years of double dealing, backstabbing, bickering, inertia and gross negligence, it looks like a south suburban airport might actually get built," Phil Kadner reports for the SouthtownStar.

"Gov. Pat Quinn apparently has brokered a deal that would allow the Illinois Department of Transportation to become the development authority for the planned airport near Peotone."

Maybe it's first incoming flight will be Jesse Jackson Jr. arriving back home from prison.

Man Gets 23 Years In Wrigleyville Bomb Plot
So he'll get out just in time for Theo's plan to kick in.

The Week in Chicago Rock
Rival Sons vs. Rolling Stones.

Hollywood Plants Flag
Both for us and against us.

Son Of A Bookie Man
Became a governor.

Films In The Forest!
Thematically aligned.

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The Beachwood Tip Line: Make book.



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Posted on May 31, 2013


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