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Always Liked South Side Irish Parade

Always Liked South Side Irish Parade
By RAY HANANIA
Southwest News-Herald Newspaper Friday, February 15, 2013

What would Chicago be without a real Irish Parade. Oh, they can do the one downtown, but that one doesn’t even come close to the parade that originated in 1979 on the South Side. 583 more words

Ray Hanania

Remembering Chicago’s political best

Remembering Chicago’s political best
By Ray Hanania
Southwest News-Herald Friday Jan. 4, 2013

Oftentimes, we only think of the people who made it to the highest of political ranks when we reminisce about Chicago’s history, and usually on the date of some “anniversary.” 570 more words

Chicagoland Topics

Teachers’ Strike Raises A Variety of Questions

Teachers’ Strike Raises A Variety of Questions
By RAY HANANIA
Southwest News-Herald Newspaper Friday, September 14, 2012

When I was in school, if I didn’t do my homework or produce a good product from an assignment, I’d get a bad grade. 545 more words

Chicagoland Topics

Baseball Players Bring Out Very Best in Kids

Baseball Players Bring Out Very Best in Kids
By RAY HANANIA • Friday, August 31, 2012
Southwest News-Herald Newspaper
My son Aaron is a typical kid. 593 more words

US & National Politics

Media Notices SW Side More and More

Media Notices SW Side More and More
By RAY HANANIA • Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Southwest News-Herald Newspaper
It’s not the kind of attention that we really need but have you noticed that the mainstream Chicago media is paying more and more attention to the Southwest Side and suburbs lately? 590 more words

Ray Hanania

And Who Else Is Watching Big Media?

And Who Else Is Watching Big Media?
By RAY HANANIA • Friday, July 06, 2012
Southwest News-Herald
I have a question that no one in the news media wants to answer. 582 more words

Chicagoland Topics

Emanuel Misleads Public About Police

Emanuel Misleads Public About Police
By RAY HANANIA • Friday, June 29, 2012
Southwest News-Herald Newspaper
Clearly, Mayor Rahm Emanuel is taking the cheap way to save money, the one where it looks like he is cutting back but where he is doing damage to the city’s interests. 566 more words

Ray Hanania