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The [Tuesday] Papers

So to follow up on Monday's post: It turns out former WLS-TV anchor Linda Yu is an investor in the group that bought the Sun-Times last summer.

So that's at least one woman.


Yu is also the host of a new video food series for the Sun-Times that starts Saturday.

So Yu is both owner and worker - an arrangement that could be described as, um, awkward.

But maybe not as awkward as the wife of the CEO also being employed by the company.


Only tangentially related, if that . . .

"Retired WLS-Ch. 7 news anchor Linda Yu on Wednesday sold her four-bedroom, 3,800-square-foot town home on the Near North Side for $1.215 million," the Tribune reported last June.

"Yu, 70, Chicago's first Asian-American TV anchor, retired from ABC7 in November after more than three decades on the air in Chicago.

"Now, Yu has sold her longtime, contemporary-style town home, which she bought in 1984 for $488,000. Yu first listed the town home in August 2015 for $1.475 million. She reduced her asking price to $1.399 million last October and then cut her asking price again to $1.299 million in February."


On the Beachwood today . . .

Thanks, Tribune, For A Growing American Nightmare
Corporate overlords might as well have sold out to the Daily Stormer for all they care.


The Slits' Viv Albertine Has A New (Her Second) Memoir Out That Brilliantly Chronicles Outsiderism, But Does She Really Have To Be Done With Men?
"I just want to blow a hole in it all."


The Art Of Chinese Rubbings
Mirroring China's past. At the Art Institute (& The Field Museum).





Free Spirit Media: South Side Choreographer Fears Sidelining Of Black Creators As Hip Hop Dance Blows Up.



The FBI's Bullshit About The Sacramento Shooter's iPhone Confirmed.


A sampling.



The Beachwood Tronc Line: A real difference.


Posted on April 3, 2018

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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