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The [Friday] Papers

The Tribune's Bill Ruthhart writes today about how Rahm Emanuel coped with another bad week, concluding:

"The political spin lesson in Emanuel's strategy: When bad financial news abounds, the teachers are talking walkout and a policing scandal continues to drag on, try to change the subject to two things everyone likes - kids and parks."

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I discussed Rahm, Anita Alvarez, the CTU, the next police chief, the Illinois Supreme Court's pension ruling, and Michael Ferro, the Tribune and Sun-Times on this week's edition of Chicago Newsroom, hosted by Ken Davis. You can watch it here, please ignore my always-stupid hair, which was really flat for some reason (maybe the rain).

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P.S.:

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The Truth About Emory's University's Affluenza
Tribune Op-Ed vs. Snopes.

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The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #95: The Joe Maddon Show Has Jumped The Shark
Plus: The United Center Curse; Reminder: Ricky Renteria Is The White Sox Bench Coach; Illinois Team Secretly Makes Sweet 16; Triton Lays An Egg; Finding Value In Vegas, Baby; The Everton Minute; and The New York Times Smokes Out The NFL.

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Man at Marie's.

The (Pretty Lousy) Week In Chicago Rock
Featuring: El Famous, Bonnie Raitt, Zoned Out, The Radiomen, David Grisman Sextet, Joe Purdy, and Greg Dulli.

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The Beachwood Tip Line: Spin your wheels.



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Posted on March 25, 2016


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