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The [Thursday] Papers

Programming Note: Working on some Homan Square coverage and a few other things. Not sure when I'll be done - this afternoon, tonight or tomorrow. A bunch of things happening at once.

But some really great stuff elsewhere on the site:

* I Might Be On TV Tonight!

If so, I'm sure my hair will be stoopid.

I was interviewed on-camera for this, though I don't know if I made the final cut.

* Lil Herb On Chicago Violence.

Says access to guns is too easy.


Also, Talib Kweli says violence is the symptom, poverty is the cause.




* Junior Lake, We Miss You Already.

We here at the Beachwood loved Junior Lake; he provided multiple moments of happiness and made our lives better because of it. I take a look.


* ICMYI: The Beachwood Radio Hour #64.

I don't wanna go to school; I just wanna break the rules.

Plus: A Subway Story; Are Those Articles In Your Pocket Or Are You Just Happy To See Me?; Newspaper Stories: The Car Wash; Paid Influencer Opp!; Obama Caves On Human Trafficking; Pope Theo; Blackhawks Bullshit, and; Chicago's Opening Ceremonies.



* Think University Administrators' Salaries Are High? Critics Say Their Benefits Are Lavish.

Related, from Tim Willette:

"Today I looked up the tuition at my alma mater. It's up 400% from when I graduated 20 years ago. U.S. inflation rate over same time frame: 161%."

* Why These Parents Chose A Neighborhood School Over A Charter.

Also: Neighborhood schools build community. They're good for all of us.

* Booting Cars In Private Lots Now Legal In More Than Half Of Chicago.

"The owner of a parking management company took the unusual step of personally introducing the legislation to City Council."

* Media Outlets Debate Whether Increased Access To Kochs Is Worth All The Strings Attached.

No strings, people. Or you cease to be a journalist.

* How The Media At Its Grandest Heights Thinks.

Is this really the best we can do?



A sampling.








The Beachwood Tip Line: Meow mix.


Posted on August 6, 2015

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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