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Anthony Beale

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  • Seer madness: Readers and I do our duty, predict 2013

     
    With the help of several Latin scholars I’ve come up with a fittingly snooty motto for this column’s annual exercise in forecasting the news: Non coniectare imprudentior esset Translation: Not to conjecture is imprudent. Inspiration: “Is...
  • Laugh about it, shout about it....

     
    News release: Wednesday, January 30, CAN TV brings you live, uninterrupted coverage of the 2nd Congressional District debate sponsored by the Chicago Young and Powerful Group. Candidates scheduled to appear include 9th Ward Alderman Anthony Beale, Cook...
  • Will Halvorson have crossover appeal?

     
    The promise/threat of party-crossover voting is almost always a phantom. Since Illinois' primary voting system allows voters to choose their party ballot on the day of the election (as opposed to pre-registering party affiliation), it's always possible...
  • GOP voters stand to decide Jr.'s successor

     
    Just this once, Republicans in Illinois' heavily Democratic 2nd Congressional District have some real power. But will they use it? Voters in the South Side and south suburban district will go the polls Tuesday for the special primary election...
  • Transcript: Tribune interview with Mayor Rahm Emanuel

    Transcript: Tribune interview with Mayor Rahm Emanuel
    Here's the transcript of a sometimes contentious, sometimes humorous Feb. 8, 2012, interview of Mayor Rahm Emanuel, in which he provides the most expansive view yet on his pledge of transparency, his governing style and his interactions with reporters....
  • Emanuel targets dangerous cabbies

    Emanuel targets dangerous cabbies
    Acknowledging that Chicago falls short in regulating the safety of taxis, Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Monday proposed a list of reforms that include closer monitoring of tickets issued to cabdrivers and a 12-hour limit on a cabbie's workday. The proposals,...
  • Head of Chicago Neighborhood Initiatives hopes Pullman Park development will pull in jobs, growth

    Head of Chicago Neighborhood Initiatives hopes Pullman Park development will pull in jobs, growth
    On a mild winter afternoon on Chicago's Far South Side, David Doig toured the soon-to-be home of a Wal-Mart Supercenter, now an empty lot stretching the length of 2 1/2 football fields. The lot is a small portion of a 180-acre site that has sat empty...
  • Chicago aldermen want tighter curfew for kids under 12

    Chicago aldermen want tighter curfew for kids under 12
    Chicago children younger than 12 would have to be inside by 8:30 p.m. Sunday through Thursday under a new curfew proposal endorsed today by a committee at the urging of aldermen whose South Side neighborhoods have been hit hard by street violence. On...
  • Trotter still hopes for Dem backing in congressional race

    Trotter still hopes for Dem backing in congressional race
    State Sen. Donne Trotter said Wednesday he still hopes to win the backing of his party in the upcoming election to fill former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.'s seat in spite of his arrest last week while taking a gun through airport security. Trotter,...
  • Chicago's schizo streets

    Chicago's schizo streets
    Chances are that if you tell someone you'll meet them at the corner of Mike Ditka Way or Hugh Hefner Way, you're bound to get some puzzled looks. But those streets do actually exist in Chicago--Da Coach's street is at 100 E. Chestnut St., and Hef's is...
  • Other unions plan to stay in schools if teachers strike

    Other unions plan to stay in schools if teachers strike
    If teachers strike, Chicago Public Schools officials will rely on other unionized school employees to keep an eye on students who come to school buildings kept open around the city, according to briefings given to aldermen Wednesday that revealed...