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  • Chicago's best visual art in 2014

    Chicago's best visual art in 2014
    This has been a year of bittersweet goodbyes, as some of the brightest curators in Chicago have left for Toronto, Philadelphia, Kassel, Germany, and beyond. 2015 will fill those Lucite platform shoes with who-knows-who, but in the meantime, here's what we...
  • Hey protesters, here's what not to do

     Hey protesters, here's what not to do
    I enjoy a good protest as much as the next guy. Back in my college days, I even participated in anti-war protests. This was many wars ago, when we were embroiled in Vietnam. I like to think the protests helped us get out of Vietnam, and maybe saved...
  • America finds its mojo

    America finds its mojo
    In stock market parlance, "the Ghost walks" points to a security that has long been dead having new life. Watching demonstrations across the country reminds me that an apathetic public can come to life. Has America found its mojo? The Middle East...
  • D'Angelo releases 'Black Messiah,' his politically charged new album

    D'Angelo releases 'Black Messiah,' his politically charged new album
    More than 14 years after the lauded soul singer D'Angelo released his classic album "Voodoo," the elusive artist has dropped his follow-up. Called "Black Messiah," the album was released without advance notice Sunday evening long after the artist...
  • Judge releases limited details about NYC chokehold grand jury

    Judge releases limited details about NYC chokehold grand jury
    The New York grand jury that decided not to charge a white police officer in the chokehold death of an unarmed black man heard testimony from 50 witnesses and considered 60 exhibits including four videos, a state judge said on Thursday. The details...
  • U.S. police need to regain faith of minority communities, former Phila. police commissioner says

     U.S. police need to regain faith of minority communities, former Phila. police commissioner says
    PHILADELPHIA — U.S. police need to recapture the lost trust of minority communities, a problem vividly illustrated by protests after the police killings of two unarmed black men, said a veteran police chief tapped by President Barack Obama to...
  • Women find their voice in Ferguson protest movement

    Women find their voice in Ferguson protest movement
    Johnetta Elzie saw that she was outnumbered. When she tried to answer students’ questions about the protests that followed the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown, the men with her interrupted and answered instead. When she tried to tell her...
  • Mosley's PI returns to uneasy streets of LA

    Mosley's PI returns to uneasy streets of LA
    'Rose Gold' By Walter Mosley. Doubleday, 320 pages, $25.95 Walter Mosley's Easy Rawlins novels have always been a perceptive time machine, giving a view of racism in post-WWII Los Angeles and showing how the same issues are part of the fabric of the...
  • Book review: '#Newsfail' is the manifesto of podcast 'Citizen Radio' co-founders

    Book review: '#Newsfail' is the manifesto of podcast 'Citizen Radio' co-founders
    Be warned, this book is not for the politically faint of heart. "#Newsfail" is the manifesto of Jamie Kilstein and Allison Kilkenny, the fiercely and unapologetically liberal founders of podcast "Citizen Radio." The married co-hosts, both in their early...
  • The Bidens are not like us

    The Bidens are not like us
    Everything you need to know about Beltway nepotism, corporate cronyism and corruption can be found in the biography of Robert Hunter Biden. Where are the Occupy Wall Street rabble-rousers and enemies of elitist privilege when you need them? Straining...
  • Do you trust the government to protect Americans from Ebola?