Tag Archives: Kari Lydersen

CN June 12, 2014

Author Kari Lydersen and founder of the Resource Center Ken Dunn join us  for this week’s discussion. We talk with Ken about the current  state of recycling and the industrial overlay that’s required to recycle raw materials. Ken opines that … Continue reading

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CN April 10, 2014

  Those giant piles of black refinery ash, commonly know as petroleum coke or “pet-coke” that have been plaguing residents of Chicago’s southeast side apparently won’t be going away. At least not for a while.  But it didn’t seem that … Continue reading

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CN Oct. 31, 2013

After Harold Washington died, the Daley family saw an opportunity to knock off Eugene Sawyer in a 1989 special election. But they needed lots of money, and fast. They turned to a not-yet thirty year-old up-n-comer named Rahm Emanuel, who … Continue reading

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