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  • Facts: Ayers living room, and launching Obama

     
    Tonight, for about the zillionth time, McCain claimed that Obama launched his political career in ex-radical Bill Ayers' living room. Obama denied it. Here's the best account we've seen of what actually happened, from Chicago Sun-Times reporter Lynn Sweet: If.
  • Millennium Park proves to be city's great uniter

    Millennium Park proves to be city's great uniter
    Whoever thought Millennium Park would become a place for lovers? But on a hot July afternoon in Chicago, on a footprint where tracks once visibly sliced through a great American city, a skinny couple cavorts on the verdant lawn of Pritzker Pavilion....

    Museum stars in 'Mammoths' play

    Museum stars in 'Mammoths' play
    The museum in "Seven Homeless Mammoths Wander New England" is no stately edifice adorning a public park, no shimmering repository of great artifacts. The collection in the play's Pratt Museum — on the campus of a Massachusetts college and...

    Opera in Focus: Puppets and opera come together

    Opera in Focus: Puppets and opera come together
    It's the damnedest thing: Justin Snyder, his long hair parted down the middle, his head thrown back as though communing with a higher power, the hood of his hoodie grazing the floor, his mouth working silently in time with the strains and surges of an...

    At MSI, a power play with a specific goal

    At MSI, a power play with a specific goal
    At the Museum of Science and Industry, past energy is amply represented. The Coal Mine exhibit is a behemoth, an all-star there for eight decades running. But coal was then, or it ought to be if you believe the (advance-degreed, peer-reviewed) Chicken...