Chicago - Mar. 25, 2017
Music TV Politics Sports Books People Places & Things
 
Must-See TV
Army Of Darkness
ElRey
5 p.m.
A discount-store employee is time-warped to a medieval castle, where he is the foretold savior who can dispel the evil there. Unfortunately, he screws up and releases an army of skeletons. (tvguide.com)
Weather Derby
Tribune: 51/37
Sun-Times: Ferro/McKinney
Weather Channel: 44/41
Ntl Weather Service: 54/43
BWM*: 82/12
Beachwood Bookmarks
K-Tel Classics
WKRP in Cincinnati
So You've Decided To Be Evil
St. Paul Saints
Nye's Polonaise Room
The Arcata Eye
Roadside USA
This Day In . . .
Onion History
Weird Al History
Baseball History
Beachwood History
History History
Spy Magazine History
#OnThisDate History
Chicago
Indicted!
Under Suspicion
Find Your Towed Car
Cable TV Complaints
Freedom of Information
The Expired Meter
The Mob & Friends
Stolen Bike Registry
O'Hare Music Tracker
Rats
Report Corruption (city)
Report Corruption (state)
Beyond
Scoundrels, State
Scoundrels, Federal
The Odds
Random Flight Tracker
Casting Calls
Cosmic Log
Buy Stamps
Beachwood Blogroll
A Handy List
Beachwood Ethics Statement
How We Roll
Today's Horoscope
Liberties will be taken.
Do We Sudoku?
No, but we do do moose stuff, and that can be anything you want it to be. Except Sudoku.
Losing Lottery Numbers
8, 25, 39
Daily Affirmation
I am open and receptive to new avenues of income. (louisehay.com)
Ellie
Knowing that a person may be unwittingly in danger of an assault imposes a moral duty to warn them.
Now Playing
Psychodrama/Marshall Law
Letters to the Editors
FAQ
About
Tip Line
"The Papers" archive
RSS
Beachwood Link Buttons
Media Kit/Advertising
 

The Weekend Desk Report

You know what? Totally worth the risk.

Market Update
See? See what happens when you peg the markets to unstable entities like actual people?! Much tidier to focus on the solid foundation of profit.

Recount
So it turns out that quantities over 80 million are really difficult to count. Maybe they should break it out into 2- or 3-unit increments; that adds up pretty quick.

Chicago Elevated
Do you think, when the CTA get its shiny new buses, they'll throw in a fancy bus elevator?

Memorial Day's Over
Thank goodness these women are allowed to risk their lives defending our freedom, huh?

Trumped
Sure you could dismiss this idea as the craven sell-out it is, but else is the CTA going to get Trump to back them?

Earhartless
Finally this week, the answer is no.

-

The Weekend Desk Tip Line: Kill listless.

-

The Flying Saucer Weekend Brunch Report: Peachy and potato pancakey.

-

The Sound Opinions Weekend Listening Report: "The aptly named punk trio Screaming Females visit the studio. Plus Jim and Greg explore Alan Lomax's online archive of roots music."

-

The CAN TV Weekend Viewing Report: CAN TV brings you local, relevant issues from Chicago's neighborhoods and communities. See what's happening around the city in education, the arts, government, cultural events, social services and community activities.

Perspectivas Latinas: National Latino Education Institute

5-21-NatLatinoInst.jpg

Executive Director Elba Aranda-Suh highlights its efforts to provide job training to the Latino community in a wide range of areas, from computer technology to health.

Saturday, June 2 at 8 p.m. on CAN TV21
30 min

-

The Curated Experience: We Don't Need No Stinking Critics . . . Or Do We?

5-28-CuratedExperience.jpg

Author and music critic Jim DeRogatis engages in a lively discussion of the music scene and the usefulness of music criticism in the digital age.

Saturday, June 2 at 10 p.m. on CAN TV21
1 hr 30 min

-

Zona Abierta Aqui y Alla (Open Zone, Here & There): Art, Identity, and Flight 587 Memorial

5-28-ZiboAbierta.jpg

Artist Freddy Rodríguez explores how his identity as a Latino and an immigrant informed his art and development as a visual artist.

Sunday, June 3 at 9 a.m. on CAN TV21
1 hr 10 min

-

Wealth Inequality, Economic Justice, and the Occupy Movement

5-28-WealthInequality.jpg

Author Chuck Collins connects growing inequality in today's society with the emergence of the Occupy Movement and its mantra of "We are the 99%."

Sunday, June 3 at 10:30 a.m. on CAN TV21
2 hr

-

Dust in Their Veins: A Visual Response to the Global Water Crisis

5-14-DustInTheirVeins-2.jpg

Chicago artist Candace Hunter and James Parker discuss "Dust in Their Veins," a mixed-media art installation that sheds light on the plight of women and children who have no access to clean water.

Watch Online

Sunday, June 3 at 12:30 p.m. on CAN TV21
30 min

-

Gang Culture Awareness Conference: Dialogues with the Youth of the Next Generation

5-28-GangCulture.jpg

The Illinois NAACP Youth & College Committee hosts a conversation about gang culture and violence prevention in Chicago 's neighborhoods.

Sunday, June 3 at 1 p.m. on CAN TV21
3 hr

-

Take Back Chicago Rally

5-31-Chicagomarch.jpg

As the Chicago Mercantile Exchange holds its annual shareholder meeting, protesters call for tax dollars to be spent on community programs instead of subsidizing the CME.

Sunday, June 3 at 5 p.m. on CAN TV19
1 hr 30 min

-

Community Rally to Show Impact of Medicaid Cuts

5-31-MedicaidCuts.jpg

Workers, community leaders and healthcare advocates protest the impact of proposed cuts to Medicaid.

Sunday, June 3 at 6:30 p.m. on CAN TV19
30 min




Permalink

Posted on June 2, 2012


MUSIC - The Week In Chicago Rock.
TV - Vizio Settles Spying Complaints.
POLITICS - WikiLeaks Reveals Staggering Breadth Of CIA Hacking.
SPORTS - Beachwood Sports Radio: Butt Fumbles.

BOOKS - Bannon, The Best And The Brightest.

PEOPLE PLACES & THINGS - Beachwood Photo Booth: Descending Darkly.


Search The Beachwood Reporter

Subscribe To Our Newsletter
Email:

Follow BeachwoodReport on Twitter



Beachwood Radio!


Ask Me Anything!