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The [Monday] Papers

"You might have heard this one before," Lee Provost writes for the Ottawa, Illinois Times.

"Believe it or not, the South Suburban Airport may be closer to becoming a reality that anyone thought.

"At least according to U.S. Rep. Robin Kelly, who's congressional district includes the proposed site as well as the Kankakee area."

I wish I could believe. I have been a longtime supporter of the South Suburban Airport, more typically known as Peotone.

Just to kind of bookend my reasoning, in 2002 I wrote in a Chicago magazine article about Richard M. Daley that if he "were less concerned with hoarding political power and more concerned about the broader needs of the region, the airport mess would have been solved already. In 1986, a state study determined that Chicago would need a third airport by 2000. How right that study turned out to be."

In 2014, I wrote for Crain's how building Peotone could actually save lives. I still believe that.


The Weekend In Chicago Rock
Featuring: The Revivalists, Brian Johannesen, Vince Staples, The Most Infamous Stringdusters, Born of Osiris, Volumes, ADT, and Ex Okays.


From the Beachwood sports desk . . .

The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour
Northwestern Still Sucks. Plus: Directionless Bulls Now Also Wadeless; Bears Sign More Guys; Joe Trump?; Blackhawks Still Blackhawks; Chicago Fire On Fire; and The White Sox Are Still Boring No Matter What Coffman Says.

TrackNotes: Out Of Hiberation
Gigolo Nation.

The White Sox Report: Renteria's Record
Right man for the job?

SportsMonday: Hawks Hot As An Avalanche
Melting Georgia asphalt.



The Secret Behind Shrinking Corned Beef.


Alpine Valley Closed For Summer.


A sampling.



I was asked, and I answered.




The Beachwood Tronc Line: Us and them.


Posted on March 20, 2017

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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