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Poking Someone With A Pen Got A Women Thrown Off A Flight!

If someone is snoring on a flight, poking them with a pen to get them to stop is not a good way to go.

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CN April 2, part 1

It’s just days before the election results roll in and we know whether the people have elected Rahm or Chuy.

So it’s only natural that, among political animals, attention turns to last-minute polls. 1,187 more words

Rahm Emanuel

Roger Ebert, Teacher

I own a lot of books, and I own a lot of movies. It would be hard to say which passion has owned more of me, but while my mind says books, my heart says film. 1,057 more words

Movies

It Was Check-UpTime For The Lions At Brookfield Zoo!

How do you do a checkup on a lion?

Well, you make sure they’re asleep. A very, very deep sleep!

That’s what The Sun-Times says… 95 more words

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Sun-Times' Digital Direction Sign of Times

By Edward M. Bury, APR (aka The PRDude)

A news report last week regarding Chicago’s longest-standing source of daily news was somewhat expected, given today’s digitally-driven world, but nonetheless saddening. 322 more words

CN March 12, 2015, Part one

Article 8, section 5. “Membership in any pension or retirement system of the State, any unit of local government or school district, or any agency or instrumentality thereof, shall be an enforceable contractual relationship, the benefits of which shall not be diminished or impaired.” 1,414 more words

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The Guardian’s Homan Square story was huge on the internet—but not in Chicago media

By Jackie Spinner | Columbia Journalism Review | March 4, 2015

CHICAGO, IL — On Election Day just over a week ago, as this city’s reporters and editors focused on whether the incumbent mayor with ties to the White House would win big or be forced into a historic run-off, an out-of-town newspaper produced a startling account of alleged abuse at a police facility called Homan Square.

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Deception