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The Weekend Desk Report

Punk died in its sleep last night.

Market Update
Could we just get CPS a credit card? They've shown they're at least as fiscally irresponsible as the average American.

Safe Hands
Turning over dangerous agents to the authorities charged with our protection? What could possibly go wrong?

Good Hands
Here's a clue: probably not well.

Bad Mouths
Here's hoping the decline of Big Meat heralds the rise of Big Cupcake.

Loud Mouths
Just a reminder, since we're about to get bombarded with five months' worth of noisy bullshit, that absolutely no one is winning here.


The Weekend Desk Tip Line: Slippery when wet.


The Beachwood Radio Hour #14: Chicago's Special Creatures
In this episode: In this episode: Downtown Sounds. Chiraq Is Neither Chicago Nor Iraq. Peas In A Pod: Madigan & Burke. Scott Waguespack For Mayor. Chicago's [Topic] Deserts. This Week's Worst Employer In Chicago. This Week's Worst Judge In Chicago. Smells Like Chicago's Sports Media.


The Sound Opinions Weekend Listening Report: "X marks the spot! Jim and Greg done their best Indiana Jones getups and go hunting for musical Buried Treasures: artists you may not have heard, but certainly should."


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.

Today With Audrey Kay

Historian Tyrone Haymore shares the story of John C. Robinson, the co-founder of the first black owned and operated airport in the U.S. in this program by Community Producer Brian Kenner.

Saturday at 6 p.m. on CAN TV19.

Disabilities In The Civil Rights Movement

Marca Bristo of Access Living recounts the beginning of the disability rights movement and its evolution since then.

Sunday at 9 a.m. on CAN TV21.


Posted on July 12, 2014

MUSIC - Muddy Waters Museum Has Mojo.
TV - Comic-Con 2020: Fans vs. Critics.
POLITICS - When Bigotry Masquerades As Choice.
SPORTS - Notre Dame's Deception.

BOOKS - Searching For The World's Largest Owl.


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