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The Weekend Desk Report

Well, there are worse things to stand by.

Market Update
Also scared? linguists.

Illinois, Inc.
So let's see . . . the plan is to exploit every loophole until someone starts throwing money at you? Sounds about right.

No Child Left Behind
Yeah, this makes sense. After all, Chicago has 50 buildings just perfect for storing unwanted kids.

Well, Maybe Some . . .
Of course, Chicago has plenty of places to lose kids too.

And Finally . . .
. . . unlike some people, we know when to stop talking.

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The Weekend Desk Tip Line: Left behind.

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The Beachwood Radio Network
* The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #10: No Love For Bulls.

Plus: Jay Cutler's Conversion Van, Hawk Gone & Patrick Kane's Excellent Offseason Adventure.

* The Beachwood Radio Hour #16: Peotone Saves Lives.

Plus: Festival City. Privatizing Montrose Beach. The State of Illinois Building Sucks. So Does The Pritzker Pavilion. Red Light Rahmpage Redux. CPS Passes Fictional Budget. Our Putrid Police Chiefs. Mayor Jet Noise.

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The Week In Chicago Rock
Featuring: The Subhumans, Trivium, J.Cole, Body Count with Ice-T, David Crosby, Korn, Cannibal Corpse, Suicide Silence, Byzantine Time Machine, Aimee Mann & Ted Leo, Bitch, Robbie Fulks feat. Michael Shannon, Psychopathic Daze, Avenged Sevenfold, White Heat, Keyshia Cole, Jack White, Beyoncé & Jay-Z.

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The Sound Opinions Weekend Listening Report: "Singer-songwriter Rosanne Cash performs songs from her recent album The River & the Thread and talks about carrying on her family's legacy and why there's no love lost between her and country music. This interview was recorded in front of an audience at WXPN in Philadelphia. Later Jim and Greg review the new release from another singer-songwriter, Jenny Lewis."

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BeachBook
Obama's Secret Government: In This Episode, The EPA.

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Posted on July 26, 2014


MUSIC - PJ Harvey Wins Pitchfork.
TV - 24 Hours With Velocity.
POLITICS - Reminder: U.S. Health Care Sucks.
SPORTS - World Roller Derby Day.

BOOKS - Trump's True Believers.

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