The LookOut


April 2003

4-29--Auto Dealer’s Plans to Move May be Up in Air
4-29--PUBLIC NOTICE: Middle School Girls Nail It!

WHAT I SAY: The World is Watching
4-25--Promenade Sales Rise in Midst of Citywide Drop
4-24--Council Approves New Performance Law
4-24--Council Legalizes Auto Rentals at Repair Shops
4-23--Council Earmarks City Hall Lawn for Demonstrations
4-23--LETTERS: The Promise of Edgemar Center

4-22--Down to Earth
4-21--WHAT I SAY:
Tumbleweeds or Tipping Points?

4-21--OPINION: Lottery System “Simple, Quick and Fair”
4-21--OPINION: Playing Roulette with Street Performers

4-17--Bank Robbery Suspect Arrested

4-17--Pedestrian Seriously Injured in Crosswalk
4-17--EXCLUSIVE Curtain to Finally Rise on New Arts Center
4-16--Fire Chief to Retire After 31 Years on Force

4-15--Blue Bus Turns 75
4-15--Everyone a Winner at Jimmy Stewart Marathon

4-14--City Braces for Budget Cuts
4-14--WHAT I SAY: Market Value
4-11--Fleeing Suspect Injures Police Officer

4-10--McDonald's Deserves a Break Today, Council Decides
4-10--Deasy, Landlords Face Off
4-10--LETTERS: Biased Report and Changes to Ellis

4-9--ARB Sends Affordable Housing Project Back for Redesign

4-9--No Place Like Home
4-9--BAYSIDE BUSINESS: Steady Trends
4-9--Chomsky Denounces War in Rare Westside Appearance
4-8--Landlords Pay off Former Tenants
4-7--SMRR Throws Support Behind Parcel Tax, Increased City Funding for Schools

4-7--District Supporters Protest Budget Cuts

WHAT I SAY: Two Chicagos

4-4--Public Gives Madison Theater Thumbs Up
4-4--Armed Man Holds Up Gas Station
EXTRA!!! Crime Drops Again Following First Increase in 10 Years

4-4--Union Files Charges Against Four Points
4-2--Rent Control Officials Quell Fears
4-2--Business Leaders Kick in for Parcel Tax
4-2--EXCLUSIVE Major Auto Dealer Poised to Leave Town
4-1--Report Studies Madison Theater Impacts
-1--LETTERS: Gang-banged by Business
3-31--Focusing on the Big Picture

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