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A discount-store employee is time-warped to a medieval castle, where he is the foretold savior who can dispel the evil there. Unfortunately, he screws up and releases an army of skeletons. (tvguide.com)
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The [Thursday] Papers

MONDAY UPDATE: Maybe. Or maybe Tuesday. I'm having issues. I might be sick, for one thing. (Don't call, mom, I'm probably not dying - though one never knows.)

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FRIDAY NOTE: The Papers will appear next on Monday.

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New on the Beachwood today . . .

Illinois Audubon Society Acquires Unique Wetland In Southern Illinois
Round Pond.

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'This wetland rich area contains high quality bottomland hardwood forests and deep water swamps with old growth bald cypress and tupelo gum timber, a variety of breeding birds of forested wetlands, such as the Swainson's warble, a heron rookery, rare plants including water hickory, American snowbell, winged sedge, cypress-knee sedge, swollen sedge, narrow-leaved sunflower and narrow-leaved crabapple.'

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On This Day In . . .

2015: The Beachwood Radio Hour #47: What Chicagoans Aren't Being Told.

Homan Square, the NSA, the CIA, Trans-Pacific Partnership. Plus: Pander bears in a runoff and where Brian Williams hid the news.

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2011: Obama Makes Indefinite Detention And Military Commissions His Own.

Prisoners held in indefinite detention at the Guantanamo Bay camp will periodically be reviewed by a board and have a "personal representative" to advocate for them. But the system, similar to what was in effect under the Bush administration, does not bring President Obama closer to shutting Gitmo.

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ChicagoGram

passing this everyday never gets old 🏡

A post shared by Chicago Blogger | TW Baker (@wittandstyle) on

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ChicagoTube

University Of Chicago To Stop Running Yerkes Observatory.

See also from the Lake Geneva News, "Keeping You Current Since 1872": Yerkes Observatory Closing After 100 Years On Lakefront.

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BeachBook

Alabama Is Home To The Worst Poverty In The Developed World.

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Get Me Outa Wakanda!

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TweetWood
A sampling.

Rahm fundraising.

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The Beachwood Tronc Line: Walkable.



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