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The [Tuesday] Papers

The Papers will return on Wednesday. Things might get a bit iffy in these waning days of 2013 as I try to wrap up a bunch of stuff.

In the meantime:

* Remembering Aaron Moore.

Last of the Mississippi-born blues pianists in Chicago.

* The Ironic George Ryan.

Like Nelson Mandela, he spent time in prison.

* Local Book Notes: Inmates & Mayor 1%.

Both could use some good books.

* Chicagoetry: Fang.

He began to mock me in the most vicious and vehement tones.


From our Facebook page:

* Fired Ventra Employee Speaks.

* A 'High-End Squatter' Found A Sweet Spot To Stay In Wicker Park.

* Chicago Company Sells Meggings.

* State-Funded Preschool Programs Shrinking.

* Giant Prehistoric Beaver's Discovery In Wicker Park Gets A New Look.

* Newspaper Investigation Links Chicago Lawyer To Controversial Tax-Lien Business.


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Posted on December 17, 2013

MUSIC - Lyric Opera Strike Settled.
POLITICS - USA Today's Op-Ed Disaster.
SPORTS - SportsMonday: Come On, Vic!

BOOKS - Chicago Book Haul: The Dial.

PEOPLE PLACES & THINGS - Chicagoetry: West Town Blues.

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