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The [Tuesday] Papers

On my way back.

For today, check out The Beachwood Radio Hour #38: Lessons In Chicago Crime, Politics & Media.

An awesome and enlightening discussion with Tracy Siska of the Chicago Justice Project.

A lot of fun, too.

My summary: "How Rahm Emanuel is both vulnerable and inevitable. Plus: Media Redlining; Cops vs. Civilians; and Convicted In Cook County."

Also, the Show Notes kick a lot of ass.

For some people, that's a week's worth of work right there.


Bonus: Some of our early podcasts have been offline since June (though you can find everything ever since here; for reasons not worth getting into, we need to rebuild our early archives. Because we reference the impressive work of Angela Caputo (then of the Chicago Reporter, now of the Tribune), in this week's podcast, I've resurrected and re-posted The Beachwood Radio Hour #8: Mortgage Street, which features Angela and her work, along with a lot of other great stuff. We had some technical difficulties on that one, but the content mix is pretty awesome.


Unlock Congress!
This Sun-Times Op-Ed calling for four-year U.S. House terms derives from a book I helped edit.


The Best News Bloopers Of 2014
Better than the real fake thing.


* Illini's Chief Illiniwek To Perform At High School Basketball Game.

* Health Care Fixes Backed By Harvard's Experts Now Roil Its Faculty.

Paging Nelson Muntz.








The Beachwood Tip Line: Mediate.


Posted on January 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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