The Weekend Desk Report
The Weekend Desk popped out a Weekend Filing Cabinet last summer. We'd like to take this opportunity to wish a happy first Father's Day to the Weekend Drafting Table.
You know it's bad when the IMF warns you to keep it in your pants.
The summer's rollercoaster thrill ride in Chicago looks set to be the titanic battle between the teachers' union and City Hall. We could let the two sides battle it out, or we could wait for the box office gross to tell us the winner.
Temporary Sarah Palin Michele Bachmann this week wasted the eighth of her 15 minutes by declaring that she "support[s] intelligent design" despite being confronted with strong evidence to the contrary every time she opens her mouth. "I would prefer that students have the ability to learn all aspects of an issue," Bachmann said, including, we assume, actual subjects of debate such as the scientific and legal definition of life.
Bach to the Future
After declaring her support for wrong-headed positions, Bachmann worryingly returned to her position as forewoman of the Blagojevich jury.
Father Knows Best?
Finally this week, research indicates that 20 minutes of roughhousing with Dad is crucial to childhood development. The authors of the study remained silent, however, on the subjects of horse trading and sports metaphoring with Dad.
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The CAN TV Weekend Report
Mujeres de Cambio 2011
Marlene Gonzalez, CEO of Life Coaching Group, joins other leaders to discuss the emergence of Latinas in politics, the arts, education, media, and business. Hosted by the Chicago Foundation for Women's Latina Leadership Council.
Sunday, June 19 at 9 a.m. on CAN TV21
1 hr 8 min
Sustainable Development, Economic Development: Success Stories from the Region
Scott Bernstein, CEO of the Center for Neighborhood Technology, joins a discussion on innovative investments in infrastructure that can make the Chicago region a more economically and environmentally sustainable place to live and work.
Sunday, June 19 at 10:30 a.m. on CAN TV21
1 hr 37 min
The Relationship Between Racism and Unemployment
Nanette Campos, Primerica Regional VP, takes part in The First Unitarian Church's panel discussion on the relationship between racism and unemployment.
Sunday, June 19 at 12:30 p.m. on CAN TV21
1 hr 34 min
Talking About: Family Dynamics
The Chicago Cultural Alliance hosts a discussion on Arab American and Chinese American family dynamics, focusing on gaps between older and younger generations as they reshape heritage traditions to meet contemporary needs.
Sunday, June 19 at 2:30 p.m. on CAN TV21
1 hr 3 min
Posted on June 18, 2011