Thirty years after the Tylenol murders in Chicago, are they about to commission a grand jury in the case? Also, there is an oral history of the Tylenol murders, if that's your sort of thing.
Happy-making sentence of the day: "Therefore, instead of New York City enduring the worst of winter this year, it will likely be Chicago." I mean, unless you live in Chicago. In which case, my sympathies.
Despite tens of thousands of protestors, police with teargas and a total shutdown of the Internet by the government, Rahm Emanuel will ultimately end up on the Chicago mayoral ballot.
Hole has been touring hard this summer. The band is now in Minneapolis, then heading for Japan, then playing some west coast dates. Early on, the words "disaster" were being used-but by the time they got to Texas, the reports we were hearing were "amazing." Our chief Chicagoland correspondent reports in.
I woke up early the morning that the tickets for the Hole concert went on sale just in case the show sold out. The idea of seeing Courtney Love-a for-real rock icon-live made me freak out. I didn't bother to make plans with friends to see the show; I assumed that I'd know a handful of people [...]
The folks at Apple Action News (see earlier entries) have turned their attention to the recent White Sox bathroom sex hijinks story, with rather remarkable results. As the sharp-eyed correspondent who spotted it points out:
1) the feet are NOT pointing up, as clearly stated; this answers none of our questions. 2) i think there is a person holding a boom mike up over the stall door, which is my favorite part of the whole video 3) those girls are straight out of a dove "real women" ad
The organist in the restroom is a nice touch as well. Also, good morning!
"We're a 'sue first, ask questions later' kind of an organization," says Jeffrey Michael of Horizon Group Management, explaining why they never contacted the tenant whose Twitter post about her moldy apartment resulted in a $50,000 lawsuit and a flood of terrible publicity for the management firm. Good lord, is there an easier job than "Chicago lawyer" these days?