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The Weekend Desk Report

If NBC needs another bullshit correspondent, the Weekend Desk is available for half the price.

Market Update
All signs indicate the next big crash will come in the sub-Prime working conditions market.

Blues
The CTA and Metra have announced they'll run longer trains to accommodate traffic for this weekend's Blues Festival. Which should help everyone who doesn't live in Hegewisch.

Blanks
Taxi drivers joined train workers in Paris this week, meaning the French capital is almost as inaccessible as Hegewisch.

Rogues
You know, if FIFA is serious about relocating its quadrennial controversy- and corruption-fest in 2022, we think we know just the place.

Frank Talk
Finally, Mayor Emanuel, if you want to learn how to throw a ton of shade on your predecessor while still appearing charming and accessible, let this guy show you how it's done.

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The Weekend Desk Tip Line: Charming and accessible.

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The Beachwood Radio Network
* The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #4: No, Cubs, No!

"The most interesting thing about the White Sox is that they're interesting. Plus: The shocking NBA Finals, the inauspicious opening of the World Cup, the horse racing world post-Chrome, and our exclusive report inside Chicago's bid to host the 2015 NFL Draft."

* The Beachwood Radio Hour #10: Trumping The News.

"Donald Trump's New Sign vs. Federal Surveillance Of Entire Neighborhoods. Plus: Rob Ford's Chicago Way, Walgreens' Greed, The Illinois Obamacare Gravy Train, and our exclusive look inside Chicago's bid to host the 2015 NFL Draft."

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The Week In Juvey Justice
Including Chicago's Fragile Juncture, Ohio's Heartless Felons, Michigan Magic, The Florida File, Minor Mules, The Indian Express and more.

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TweetWood

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The Sound Opinions Weekend Listening Report: "Guitar virtuoso Richard Thompson of Fairport Convention joins hosts Jim and Greg in the studio for an interview and live performance. Later, Jim and Greg review the new album by fellow guitar rocker Jack White of The White Stripes."

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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.

A Salute to the Chicago Blues Fest

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Blues pianist Barrelhouse Chuck performs and shares his story at this event produced by WDCB Public Radio and originally covered live by CAN TV.

Sunday at 6 p.m. on CAN TV19.



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Posted on June 14, 2014


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