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CN Jan 14, 2016

Our guest today is Donna More, the candidate for Cook County State’s Attorney.

She appeared on the program about an hour after the Cook County Democrats met to endorse her opponent, Kim Foxx. 1,122 more words

Chicago Newsroom Past Shows

CN Dec 10 2015

There’s a small cadre of reporters who regularly cover City Hall, and they deeply understand the goings-on at City Council, in the Mayor’s Office and the Departments. 1,379 more words

Chicago Newsroom Past Shows

Carol Marin: "There have been plenty of golden times of journalism and there will be plenty more and there will be some awful episodes in between"

Legendary Chicago news anchor, reporter and writer Carol Marin joins Justin at The Big Table to discuss growing up in Chicago, her storied career in journalism, her clashes with management, her objection to the water-skiing squirrel kicker story  and the future of the industry. 8 more words

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This Is This: My choice for Mayor of Chicago

A column by Bob Chiarito. 

It’s no secret that I am not a fan of Rahm Emanuel. The reasons go beyond the fact that he’s an arrogant, North Shore jerk who is out-of-touch with the realities facing most working class families in Chicago. 1,124 more words


Pick of the Week- 13 Pine Tree Road

13 Pine Tree Rd.
4 Bedrooms/3.5 Baths
Approx. 3336 Sq Ft on 3 levels
.85 Acres
Built in 1984

Located in desirable north Asheville, this home was built in 1984 and given a completely modern renovation. 84 more words

Asheville Nc Real Estate

Pick of the Week- 16 Cardinal Drive

16 Cardinal Drive, 269,900

3 Bedrooms/3 Baths

Approx. 2035 Sq. Ft.

1.19 acres

Built in 1965, here’s a nicely updated mid century modern just northwest of town, with year-round long range mountain views and an open floor plan. 98 more words

Asheville Nc Real Estate

John Dillon: 2015: The more things change.

– By John Dillon. John is a retired Illinois teacher, pension activist and blogs at Pension Vocabulary.

Now that I’m over the age of consent for anything but Powers of Attorney, it surprises me how often short term memory disappears and resurfaces in a matter of weeks…like floating objects on a glassy lake.  836 more words

John Dillon