Posts Tagged “Chicago politics”

Ben Joravsky tackles Chicagoland Politics on podcast

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Ben Joravsky tackles Chicagoland Politics on podcast
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Ben Joravsky tackles Chicagoland politics on podcast It was a lot of serious laughs joining longtime Chicago political writer and TIF Authority Ben Joravsky on his podcast this past Wednesday with former Tribune political writer Monroe Anderson. Joravsky’s podcast is one of the top discussions on Chicagoland politics By Ray Hanania Ben Joravsky’s Podcast Tuesday…

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The Mother of TV Shows Game of Thrones comes to an end

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The Mother of TV Shows Game of Thrones comes to an end
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The Mother of TV Shows Game of Thrones comes to an end A recap of Game of Thrones for the 290 million Americans who didn’t watch the eight season series on HBO, putting into modernday context so the rest of the world might understand what’s going on. A spoiler summary for those who haven’t watched…

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Former Chicago City Hall reporter hosts politics podcast

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Former Chicago City Hall reporter hosts politics podcast
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Former Chicago City Hall reporter hosts politics podcast Ray Hanania, a former Chicago City Hall reporter, and political columnist during the 1970s, 80s, and 90s, has launched a new podcast available for free on most podcat systems. Called “Ray Hanania on Politics,” the podcast is recorded several times each week and addresses mainstream American politics…

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Who was Chicago’s Best Mayor?

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Who was Chicago’s Best Mayor?
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Who was Chicago’s Best Mayor? With Mayor Rahm Emanuel bowing out of next Spring’s Chicago mayoral elections, it’s a good time to look at the past eight of Chicago’s mayors to decide who was the “best” in a lot of different categories including inspirational, vindictive, vision, historic, and most productive. By Ray Hanania Chicago Mayor…

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30-year anniversary of a Chicago journalist’s passing

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30-year anniversary of a Chicago journalist’s passing
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30-year anniversary of a Chicago journalist’s passing Chicago City Hall Journalist Harry Golden Jr., died on May 1, 1988, 30 years ago having documented Chicago’s rollercoaster political scene, and bringing to a final end the era of Front Page journalism. Golden was one of the best journalists in America at the time and has never…

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Video Interview with veteran journalist Bruce DuMont

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Video Interview with veteran journalist Bruce DuMont
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Video Interview with veteran journalist Bruce DuMont By Aaron Hanania Bruce DuMont was hooked by broadcast journalism when he was just 10 years old. His uncle Allen B. DuMont founded the DuMont Television Network and in 1968 became a producer for WGN 720 AM Radio. DuMont quickly rose to become a well known TV and radio…

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