Aimee

Mild-mannered girl reporter. Currently @Chicago_Reader, formerly @RiverfrontTimes

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Lit recs for the reader exhausted by the weight of history
December, 3 2018
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Our Perspective: Asian-American Play Readings is already taking submissions for 2019
October, 24 2018
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Cider doughnut season is upon us
September, 20 2018
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Michelle Obama's memoir, Becoming
September, 13 2018
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Chicago 1968: The Whole World Is Watching chronicles the chaos of the infamous DNC convention
September, 12 2018
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Aba, the new West Loop “Mediterranean” restaurant, serves food from the land of milk and honey
August, 2 2018
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Flight Club Darts Chicago is a flight of fancy
July, 19 2018
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The Tempel Lipizzans show off their mastery of equine ballet
June, 20 2018
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Sorority rush at Northwestern: an undercover report
April, 8 2018
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The slow death of the student protest movement: a 1972 report
April, 6 2018
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On April 5, 1968, the west side was on fire
April, 5 2018
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Was there a conspiracy to assassinate Martin Luther King?
April, 4 2018
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How Jake Austen found the lost Jackson Five demo
April, 3 2018
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A 1992 investigation into why men beat women shows that not much has changed
April, 2 2018
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In My Lady’s Choosing, two writers create an interactive bodice ripper that’s both a send-up and a valentine
March, 30 2018
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Remembering the most exclusive restaurant ever to grace a water intake crib
March, 30 2018
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It's MLB Opening Day, so enjoy some Reader baseball coverage
March, 29 2018
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The secret lives of food critics, circa 1980
March, 27 2018
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The case of the missing Keith Haring mural
March, 23 2018
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How Don "Magic" Juan, king of the pimps, found Jesus and Hollywood quasi-celebrity
March, 22 2018
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A retrospective of Hubbard Street Dance choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo
March, 21 2018
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A Reader guide to the 2018 primary: Just hold your nose and vote already
March, 20 2018
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How the city cleared out the north side to make room for Sandburg Village and white prosperity
March, 19 2018
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The two most-read Reader stories of all time both involve major disappointments
March, 16 2018
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Looking back on a more innocent time when we could ask, ‘Are the fights on Jerry Springer staged?’
March, 15 2018
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In honor of Pi(e) Day, here's a true, crusty classic
March, 14 2018
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The Reader’s greatest—and now most obsolete—treasure
March, 13 2018
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A black woman climbed Mount Everest and nobody noticed
March, 12 2018
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Before Peele met Key or wanted to Get Out, he was onstage in Chicago
March, 8 2018
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How Kevin Warwick learned to stop worrying and cultivate a coffee addiction, just like the rest of us
March, 7 2018
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The National Vegetarian Museum uncovers the vegetarian movement’s Chicago roots
March, 6 2018
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Scouting Chicago abortion services in 1971
March, 6 2018
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Happy belated birthday, Chicago! Here’s your life story, starting with the immigrants who founded you.
March, 5 2018
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Reports of our demise have been greatly exaggerated
March, 2 2018
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Joravsky's classic ‘A Simple Game’ is the greatest story you will ever read about high school basketball
March, 1 2018
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This year, celebrate Purim with Salmontaschen
March, 1 2018
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Why do we have parks? The answer may surprise you.
February, 28 2018
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Remembering a time when we didn't totally hate Eat, Pray, Love
February, 27 2018
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While Twitter followed the campaign @MayorEmanuel in 2011, Steve Bogira took a serious look at segregation
February, 26 2018
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The CTA is crowded and slow. The Reader can fix it!
February, 21 2018
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Bad News From the Past never gets stale
February, 20 2018
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Have a happy Valentine's Day with the Venus II, the greatest masturation machine ever invented in Illinois
February, 14 2018
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Looking back on the 1963 Loyola Ramblers, who changed NCAA basketball forever
February, 12 2018
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J.R. Jones alone in an IMAX theater with Fifty Shades of Grey
February, 9 2018
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Lupe Fiasco loves Harold‘s, but does he know which Harold‘s is best?
February, 8 2018
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For years the whereabouts of Allen Ross were a mystery—and then the mystery was solved
February, 7 2018
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Nobody likes a Nazi, but somehow Art Jones is now a congressional candidate
February, 6 2018
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Patricia Li Klayman's teddies were way smarter than the average bear
February, 5 2018
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Going deep into the ‘Tylenol murders’ and the mind of the extortionist who claimed responsibility
February, 2 2018
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Reader critic uncovers the secret purpose of Teletubbies
February, 1 2018
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