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The [Wednesday] Papers

Yeah, instead of celebrating the George Lucas museum "win," it would be interesting if the media didn't act like part of the team and took a view that wasn't from the vantage point of the downtown elite, perhaps something like this: "Rahm Plans To Violate Lakefront Ordinance."

After all . . .


Once again, we will now be treated to a stage play called "Laws Are For The Little People."


Then again, that's how Rahm got into office in the first place.


I felt a disturbance in the Force last night. It was as if the entire city had been told these weren't the droids we were looking for.

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Beachwood Exclusive! How Chicago Landed The Lucas Museum.

Asked And Answered
Dear Tribune: No, but I could build a better newspaper.

Mental Health Break
Excuse me, I have a phone call to make.

Stripped Down
"Owners of a south suburban strip club sued Tuesday to reopen their business, saying the city of Harvey overstepped its authority in shuttering their club," the Tribune reports.

"Harvey Mayor Eric Kellogg told the Tribune earlier this month that he originally didn't know the business, which advertised itself as 'Chicago's newest gentlemen's club,' was a strip joint.

"Kellogg voted in favor of granting Club Assets a liquor license but reversed course and shut the business down this month shortly after a story on WGN-TV showed scantily clad women dancing inside."

See, Kellogg thought it was a club full of gentlemen. He would go there himself sometimes and wonder, "Why are all these women hitting on me?"


Chicago Well-Represented
Best Reporting On Children With Post-Traumatic Stress.

Ugh, An Axelrod Autobiography
Plus: My Chicago Apartment & Spider-Man's Local Lawyer. In Local Book Notes.

Wayne Newton Was Here
Plus: World Cup Watching & A New Blues-Jazz Channel. In Local TV Notes.

Fantasy Fix: Running Men
The best value in a stolen base specialist is not who you think.


* Corpse Flower Begins Blooming At MSU.

And a Chicagoan is there!

* Blackhawk Statue Needs Restoration.

* Field Museum To Return Aboriginal Tasmanians' Skulls To Descendants.




The Beachwood Tip Line: Universal.


Posted on June 25, 2014

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