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The Weekend Desk Report

Today in the Paradise Papers: Tax havens alive with the sound of music.

Dear Steve,

You've probably become accustomed to finding rich people people, politicians, and luxury items such as jets and yachts in offshore tax havens. But how about your favorite music memories? Today we look at the music industry's link to offshore finance through music rights held in tax havens.

soundparadise.jpgThere were also a number of celebrities found in the Paradise Papers. Take, for example, Justin Timberlake, who was linked to an offshore company that bought property in the Bahamas.

shakiraparadise.jpgThe ICIJ team.


Music Rights Found In The Paradise Papers.


The Week In Chicago Rock
Featuring: ArchEcho, Jack & Jack, Immolation, Mayhem, Lucero, Victor Wooten, The Wrong Boys, Josh Ritter, Elbow, John Carpenter, LCD Soundsystem, Good Friend, Guns N' Roses, Lucinda Williams, Tyler Childers, Cris Jacobs, Alvvays, Clearance, TR3, and Dumpster Babies.


Wheaton Mosque Conducting Open House to Promote Peace
Fighting Islamophobia.


Beachwood Sports Radio: Bears Trap Door Game
Don't sleep on Brett Hundley! Plus: The NFL's Tomato Cans; Martellus Bennett Is Bigger Than The Game, Y'All; Canadian GOAT: Marc Trestman; Cubs Hot Stove Burns; Dear Rick Hahn: Stay The Course!; An Analytics Story; Blackhawks Baffle; and Bobby Tortoise's Chicago Bulls.



Blame The Victim? Domestic Violence As Covered By The Sun And The Guardian.


Chicago Is Up Next.


A sampling.

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The Weekend Desk Tronc Line: It's time.


Posted on November 11, 2017

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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