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The [Wednesday] Papers

Just a couple brief math lessons today.


More State Poverty Grants Go To Rich Schools.

"At the same time, Chicago Public Schools' share of the poverty money has declined, while still representing $796 million of the roughly $1.8 billion in poverty grants offered this year. Two dozen of the state's most impoverished districts also saw drops in poverty funding."


Penny Pritzker's TIF.



CPS May Find School Buildings Difficult To Sell: Some neighborhoods with slated closings already have too many vacant buildings.



Always, always, always follow the money.

Parent Mentor Program At Risk Of Losing Funds.

Daley Math
Daley Giving $540,000 In Remaining Campaign Funds To Charity.


Koschman Special Prosecutor Bills Come To $1 Million.


I have an idea . . .

* * * Elsewhere on the Beachwood * * *

Local Music Notebook
Battle Of The Blues Fests, Urge Overkill Underwhelms & R. Kelly Still Not Amusing (It Will Always Be Too Soon)

Plus: Spencer Tweedy, Jimmy Langford & Coco Gordon-Moore.

And: Billy Bragg, Nicki Bluhm And The National Pork Producers Council.

Local TV Notes
Tom Skilling Was A Boyhood Weather Geek & Lovie Smith Is A Schmuck.

Plus: A Chicago Fire Spinoff And Local Casting Calls.

And: Northwestern writes a soap opera.

Random Food Report
Unhappy Meals, A Bird Flu Bet & The Chipotle Affair.

Plus: Bacon Is So Played Out.

And: Green Airport Food.

Fantasy Fix
Catching Up With The Catchers.


The Beachwood Tip Line: Catch the fever.


Posted on April 24, 2013

MUSIC - Millions Of New Guitar Players.
TV - "One America News" is AT&T.
POLITICS - When Wall Street Came To My Mobile Home Park.
SPORTS - Tonyball, Bears On The Run, Eyes On The Sky & More!

BOOKS - China Holding Swedish Publisher.


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