Tag Archives: Lee Bey

CN Feb 9 2017

  Two great pieces of public art were unveiled almost simultaneously in Chicago fifty years ago. pretty much everyone knows about the Picasso in the Daley Center, but fewer know about the enduring Wall of Respect at 43rd and Langley. … Continue reading

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CN Dec 8 2016

Ben Carson is about to become the guy who oversees public housing and doles out community development block grants to every urban center in America. What does that mean for Chicago? Y’know all the stories about CHA’s broken promises and … Continue reading

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CN November 21, 2013

  Yes, there’s the usual litany of things to complain about in Chicago, but on this, our annual Thanksgiving show, we invited Lee Bey and Andrew Patner to talk about the things they’re thankful for. For Andrew, WFMT and Sun-Times … Continue reading

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CN March 29, 2012

It’s a big-picture discussion this week about Chicago’s ¬†economy and environment . Mayor Emanuel’s announcement today of a seven-billion dollar infrastructure program for the city has long-term implications for transportation, water quality and sewage. ¬†But as David Roeder of the … Continue reading

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