Articles Archive for August 2012
There’s a good chance that Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Chicago Landmarks Commission Chairman Rafael Leon are buried under a blitz of e-mails and phone calls about the old Prentice Hospital right now.
And most of those messages mi…
The Southtown Star reports today that The Beverly Art Center(BAC) directors fired the manger who filled the seats of the theatre, added programs in two-dimensional and literary arts and managed to pay vendors and much of the original debt which caused its pioneering President to resign in anger, in order make this community center an arm of the Chicago Park District. This is really a sad and shabby tale of the south side.
The arts center has been a staple in the community for more than 40 years, the last 10 …
* Fran Eaton should be given a lot of credit for taking on this issue so directly. I don’t always agree with her, but somebody needed to write this story since both of these gentlemen are considering a bid for governor. Eaton approached the inc…
The Federal Reserve is clearly ready to do something. In recently released minutes from the 7/31-8/1 meeting and a letter from Chairman Bernanke to Congressman Darrell Issa (R-CA), the Fed argued that its actions had helped the economy already and that the Fed was ready to do more.
While we wish the Fed would stop trying to boost economic growth, our wishes are unlikely to be fulfilled. At its next meeting on September 13th, we expect the Fed to change the language of its policy statement …
This buttoned-up turnaround kind of guy was choked up from the get-go in his speech, revealing a deep devotion to family, service, building that, and this country.The most surprising part of the speech was the glimpse of Romney the man. Jim Geraghty, M…
The Southtown Star reports today that The Beverly Art Center(BAC) directors fired the manager who filled the seats of the theatre, added programs in two-dimensional and literary arts and managed to pay vendors and much of the original debt which …
From the Sun-Times
“We can only wish Obama had that control over the nation’s do-nothing, divided Congress. That, indeed, would be the Chicago Way.”
From Steve Rhodes
So the Sun-Times is arguing that the Chicago Way of an iron hand at the tiller with patronage jobs to dispense is a caricature even as it wishes Obama ruled over a one-party Congress in just such a manner because that, indeed, would be the Chicago Way. The one that doesn’t exist.
image Colossus of Rhodes