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June 1997 Table of Contents

Features

The Ghosts and Mr. Burke
by Jonathan Eig

The payroll scandal entangling Ed Burke raises a question: How could one of the city’s brightest, most powerful politicians wind up in such a mess?

The Gatekeepers
by Cynthia Hanson
Chicago’s top movers and shakers employ resourceful assistants to make calls, book flights, anticipate needs – and open the gates to a lucky few.

The Great Lake Pleasure Hunt
by Ted Allen
A 1,200-mile odyssey around Lake Michigan turns up sandy beaches, off-road trucking, a talking fountain – and a raft of other treasures.

The Goods: Earthy Delights
by Dennis Rodkin
Creating a garden requires more than just a green thumb. These elegant accouterments can help even the humblest plot of land blossom.

Milligan Stew
by Lindsey Willhite
Our writer uncovers and then takes on the 18 toughest holes on Chicago-area public golf courses. No surprise here – the holes win.

Fashion
by Kerry Robertson
Sandals to put spring in your step, cool casual wear to keep the family looking hotter than July, and street chic for that urban look

Executive Privilege
by Christine Newman
An open-door policy at the University of Chicago led to rare finds for the president’s residence.

Departments

Letters

Contributors

Frontlines
Power Lines
by Marc Spiegler
A company’s effort to get a downtown casino; the Sun-Times’s Sweet scoop

Media
by Shane Tritsch
Columnist Steve Rosenbloom has added zip to the Trib’s once stodgy sports pages.

Stage & Screen
by Penelope Mesic
Seeing red at Redmoon Theatre – love, revenge, and eye-popping visual effects

Real Lives
by Marcia Froelke Coburn
Cook County commissioner Maria Pappas is bold, earthy, up-front, and out there.

Sports
by Randy Minkoff
What will happen to the Bulls after Michael hangs up his Nikes?

Dining Out

by Dennis Ray Wheaton
Sing hallelujah to the spice and spirit of Cajun-Creole food at three swingin’ spots.

Going Places
by Jeanne Rattenbury
Hippieville no more, Old Town has shed its tie-dye for boutiques and brownstones.

Sullivan’s Travels
by Terry Sullivan
Bill Perkins has been photographed with every U.S. President from Truman on.

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