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The Weekend Desk Report

"From the time that Mr. Montgomery arrived in Chicago, two months ago, with a few corn pictures, Chicago art circles have been thrilled as they never were thrilled before."

That's your weekend read, from the downstate Bloomington Pantagraph.


Beachwood Photo Booth: Daily Double
A Chicago reflection.

The Week In Chicago Rock
Featuring: Hockey Dad, Buffy Saint-Marie, Glenn Hughes, Joanne Shaw Taylor, Rotten Sound, Eric Roberson, Flesh Panthers, Comm to Black, The Everscathed, Elephant Revival, Mandolin Orange, Omni, and Sweet Knives.


From the Beachwood sports desk . . .

TrackNotes: Touting The Travers
"Many fine horses have been beaten here," our very own Tom Chambers writes, "most notably, Man o' War, by Upset. It was so monumental, the word upset became part of the sporting lexicon."

Fantasy Fix Draft Guide Pt. 4: Throwing Deep
Guess who just missed.

Our Rio Roundup
Greed, doping, misogyny.

Beachwood Sports Radio: Guaranteed Grate
White Sox do the impossible: become even more unlikable. Plus: Cubs vs. the Calendar; Bears Lower Bar; Blackhawks Miss Target; and Reflections On Rio.


The Sound Opinions Weekend Listening Report: "What goes into writing a hit song? Sound Opinions takes a look at the world of professional songwriting, from The Righteous Brothers to Beyoncé. Jim and Greg talk with legendary Brill Building songwriters Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil about their decades-long career. Then they talk with Ryan Tedder about penning songs for Adele and Taylor Swift. Plus, a review of the long-awaited new album from Frank Ocean."


Weekend BeachBook


Weekend TweetWood




The Weekend Desk Tronc Line: Air, land and sea.


Posted on August 28, 2016

MUSIC - Chief Keef Changed The Industry.
TV - Vizio's Best Product Is You.
POLITICS - UIC: Soda Taxes Work.
SPORTS - More McCaskey Malpractice.

BOOKS - All About Poop.


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