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  • Let us be your guide to Chicago tour trivia

    Let us be your guide to Chicago tour trivia
    On one of my days off, I decided to take my "resident" cap off and do Chicago's most touristy things possible. I hopped on a trolley, waited in lines with the throngs at Garrett Popcorn and did that thing at the "Bean" where you stand back and pretend...
  • An Oscar for Benito Mussolini?

     
    Derby season's just begun and already somebody is griping about awards — Jonathan Chait, senior editor of The New Republic, who quotes a line from Oscar best picture champ of 1977 in his recent article: "Nearly every field of human endeavor has a...
  • 'Vincere': The rise of Il Duce and the woman he left behind

     
    Political mudslinging nowadays doesn't get any nastier than when one side calls the other "fascist." But there was a time, not so far in the past, when even fascists called themselves "fascist" -- or more precisely capital-F "Fascist." Welcome to mid-...
  • Sports Legend Revealed: Did Johan Cruyff sit out the 1978 World Cup as a political protest?

     
    SOCCER/FOOTBALL LEGEND: Johan Cruyff sat out the 1978 FIFA World Cup as a political protest. STATUS: I'm Going With False. There is a long history of countries using international athletic competitions as political tools. Just during a four year stretch.....
  • What's the meanest thing you can say to a liberal?

     
    Q: What's the meanest thing you can say to a liberal? A: That they're acting like Glenn Beck. Nevertheless, the editorial board went there Tuesday in an editorial entitled "Rich guys have rights too," comparing those who protested Sunday against......
  • Fellini's Rome

    He was 18 and inexperienced -- in all respects -- when he came to Rome in 1938. For Federico Fellini, it was the beginning of a love affair that lasted more than 50 years. Rome dazzled and indulged him. It fed the dreams he turned into such movies as "La...