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The [Tuesday] Papers

Yeah, obviously this isn't happening today.

I was unexpectedly out late last night, and then this morning one thing just snowballed into the other, until was afternoon and then night again.

(This happened last night, among other hijinks.)

Still, I worked really hard today.

To wit:

* Calling Out The Tollway Pastor.

* Yay, Tastee-Freez!

* MLB's Next Target: China.

* Chicago Book Haul.

* '58 Corvette.

* The Weekend In Chicago Rock.

Featuring: Chief Keef, Lil Bibby, Radioactivity, Mac McCaughan, Negative Scanner, Craze Fest, Riff Raff, Van Halen, Warped Tour, Rock The Yacht, Ambrosia, Robbie Dupree, Little River Band, Player, Eleventh Dream Day, X, Ringo Deathstarr Deafheaven, Veruca Salt, Replicant, Blonde Redhead, Brokeback, Charles Bradley and His Extraordinaires, Happyness, Empires, This Will Destroy You, Wicker Park Fest, The Life and Times, Velvet Teen, Bob Schneider, Fit for a King, Blessthefall, Attila Asking Alexandria, TV Color, Dim, Never Shout Never, Beartooth, Simple Plan, Escape The Fate, Stephen Bishop, Bombo Estereo, Josh Garrels, The Bannermen, Basement Family, Volcano Weather, and The Returnables.


* Wabash Lights Project Exceeds Kickstarter Goal.

* Boston Bid For Summer Olympics Is Terminated.

Deep skepticism here about whether taxpayers would be stuck footing the bill for the Olympics has doomed Boston's bid to host the 2024 Summer Games and raised questions about whether any other major American city might be willing to take on the risk.

The Chicago media is willing!

* Ian Is Leaving Gold Star After 21 Years.


A sampling.






The Beachwood Tip Line: Blame Blago.


Posted on July 28, 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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