The [Thursday] Papers
"People in Calumet Heights may now have to go somewhere else to find bootlegged DVDs," DNAinfo Chicago reports.
"Arthur Roy, 47, of the 8800 block of South Constance Avenue, was held on $60,000 bond Wednesday after police allegedly found about 10,000 bootlegged DVDs at his home."
It was the fake popcorn where he really made his money, though.
Not A Tea Party In Sight
"Richard Calica, director of the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, told advocates and others who attended a meeting last month organized by Rep. La Shawn Ford (D-Chicago) that his agency lost $70 million of funding to community programs and another $29 million was cut from DCFS staff."
Illinois doesn't need the federal government to sequester itself, thank you very much.
The deal was arranged through Groupon Goods.
Reversing a trend of new dead voters outnumbering new live ones.
We will not be ignored, Mike.
Such as digging the hole deeper?
From the Beachwood vault: Build That Screw.
I've got news for you, Bruce: I could have saved you the time, expense and drudgery of traveling the state to find that out by taking you on a Listening Tour of my favorite bars.
"People believe it's going to take an outsider, someone from the private sector to shake things up."
True. But a lot of people's idea of an outsider isn't an insider.
The City Council's Regressive Caucus
If Hawk Harrelson Broadcast The Blackhawks . . .
J.J. Tindall's Dream
The Beachwood Tip Line: Double nickels on the dime.
Posted on March 14, 2013
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