The Weekend Desk Report
We're back from our vacation to the Forest Preserve. Now it's time to work.
All financial markets disintegrated late Friday evening as we learned the shocking truth that Eight is Bigger than Ten, invalidating basic arithmetic.
Officials painted a grim picture this week as signs emerged that Japan's nuclear crisis is worsening. Meanwhile the United States scrambled to help even as our own radioactive mess grows.
Devil in the Details
It's a subtle difference, but it's worth noting: the people are agitating for leadership change, not leadership consolidation. You know, just so we're clear.
Retrial and Error
Meanwhile, a federal judge this week confirmed our deepest fears: the retread of a sordid tale of excess and corruption is coming, whether we want it or not.
Gird Thy Loins
Finally this week, we're not the slightest bit upset that Tim Tebow will be running around in his underwear. We're just wondering where he's going to stick the Bible verse.
The Weekend Desk Tip Line: Biblical.
The CAN TV Weekend Report
Myths and Realities: A Public Forum on Chicago School Reform
College student Martha Aguila joins dozens of education researchers as they gather to weigh-in on the subject of school reform.
Sunday, March 27 at 9 a.m. on CAN TV21
1 hr 56 min
Intersections Lecture: Grieving and the Politics of Immigration
Dr. Robert E. Watkins, assistant professor at Columbia College Chicago, expands on the immigration debate through analysis of the 2006 film The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada, a somber story about grieving the death of an undocumented Mexican cowboy.
Sunday, March 27 at 11 a.m. on CAN TV21
1 hr 16 min
Friends of Downtown: Lincoln and Chicago
To mark the 150th anniversary of Lincoln's inauguration, DePaul University assistant professor Mark Pohlad illustrates the president's special relationship to Chicago.
Sunday, March 27 at 12:30 p.m. on CAN TV21
The Renaissance Society: Minimalism Now
Sculptor Rachel Harrison joins a panel of art history professors to discuss the state of minimalism today. Panel includes Miwon Kwon, UCLA; James Meyer, Emory University; and David Raskin, School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Sunday, March 27 at 5 p.m. on CAN TV19
1 hr 46 min
Posted on March 26, 2011