A pause to reflect
After a thousand columns, it’s time for a break
By James Krohe Jr.
Tags: Opinion, Illinois - James Krohe Jr
The newest draft city plan is a good one
In the crosshairs
Is state government ready for Armageddon?
No mere bump on a log
Logan Hay, once Springfield’s best-known citizen, is forgotten
The dead still have things to teach us
Spreading white poverty and failing schools
Shame on you
Pointing fingers at sex pests
Communal reading as tells a city’s story to itself
How high can you go?
The bidding is underway for Amazon’s new headquarters
Business as usual
Sangamon County tries to reinvent the wheel
Springfield’s U of I passes the hat
What Columbus Day means to us
Another hero of a bad cause creates controversy
Making Illinois safe for the Bs
Two legislators want to reform higher ed
What would Willis do?
Will CWLP not have to clean up its act?
The politics of pretty
An election is just another beauty pageant
Editor's Note 9/28/17
By Fletcher Farrar
Is the Asian enrollment boom at the U of I about to bust?
Smartphones? We need smart cars to save downtown
A certain despair
August is no time for faint-hearted gardeners
A cartoon again excites believers
Southern soldiers fall again
A matter of perspective
Springfield as portrayed in panoramic maps
In the boring summer time
It’s time to talk – and talk – about baseball
It’s only fair
Rauner’s principled opposition to SB 1
The dilemmas of public power on a warming planet
Cathy Bolton in Concert
Unity of Springfield
Sun., Jan. 26, 10 a.m.
By Bruce Rushton
Coalition pushes Clean Energy Jobs Act
By Jerry Nowicki, Capitol News Illinois
Music moves us
By Tom Irwin
Valentine Love Notes
By Illinois Times Staff
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