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  • On the agenda for March 28

    The Council approved the mayor's redistricting plan at the last meeting, over the objections of three councilmembers: Carl Stokes (D-12th District), James Kraft (D-1st District), and Belinda Conaway (D-7th District). The measure passed with little discussion, but as the meeting drew to a close, Conaway stood and said, "I can't let the opportunity pass without making a comment about the illegal map. Despite interesting efforts to keep me quiet, I'm going to talk about it . . . I still say that it's an illegal map and it needs to be changed." Conaway's district was one of those most altered by the redistricting; she'd previously complained to the press that the 7th District would be losing parts of the predominantly white neighborhoods of Remington and Hampden, a violation, she said, of the Civil Rights Act.
  • Case of drug-dealing stripper murdered for snitching headed for trial

    Cherrie Marie Gammon, a 25-year-old stripper at Club Pussy Cat on Baltimore's Block, was due in court on Dec. 17, 2010 to answer to drug-possession charges filed that August. She didn't show up. Five days earlier, she'd died in a hospital after having...

    Explaining the freakish cult of Hatch green chiles

    A couple weeks ago, I got a text message: "Hatch Green Chiles being roasted and sold at Columbia Wegmans! Only today and Saturday." For the many devotees of Hatch green chiles, this was a big deal-like a bunch of deadheads finding out about a shipment of...

    Poetry by Juan Felipe Herrera

    SkateFate By Juan Felipe Herrera HarperCollins; hardcover Remaining relevant has always been a particularly tricky onus for poetry. In his new book SkateFate, Juan Felipe Herrera struggles to do just that by adopting the narrative of Lucky Z—a...

    Sex abuse suspect jailed for texting family of alleged victim

    Sex abuse suspect jailed for texting family of alleged victim
    A McHenry County judge today ordered a Woodstock man jailed because the suspect in a sexual abuse case sent a text message to the father of a boy he is accused of abusing. Taylor Blaul, 30, who is charged with aggravated criminal sexual abuse of a child...