CPS Sex Scandal / Khalil Mack’s Foot / Casino Pick / Trevor Noah

Bears Rampage Man Khalil Mack not going to miss much by choosing foot surgery over return to the field. A four-game losing streak has ensured that. Inconsistent play and questionable managerial decisions before the start of the loss caused the ball to roll in the wrong direction.

It’s not just that the Bears lose, it’s how they lose it made it clear that delaying the inevitable with their intimidating sleight of hand was not going to matter in the long run.

So take the time to get it right, Mr. Mack.

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  • It’s time to place your bets on which developer and location will get the coveted Chicago casino license. Friday, The town hall has reduced the field of developers vying for the coveted Chicago casino license and five locations that could house the city’s first legal gambling complex. (Room)
  • Ten Marine Leadership Academy employees fired over sex scandals two years old. One incident involved a teacher having sex with an 18-year-old student. Another case involved a teacher who waited for the student to graduate from school. (WGN)
  • After being shut down by the coronavirus crisis, Her Honor Jane Byrne “returns to the stage at the Lookingglass Theater. Jane Byrne was Chicago’s first female mayor. It probably deserves a better memorial than the freeway interchange that bears its name. J. Nicole Brooks’ play, which runs until December 19, could be. (Third rib)
  • A jury from Kenosha, Wisconsin, found Kyle Rittenhouse – the teenager accused of shooting three people, two of them fatally – not guilty on all counts. “We have to respect the jury’s decision. However, no one should ever do justice himself or try to be judge, jury and executioner,” said Mayor Lori Lightfoot. (FOX32)
  • Substitute teacher shortage has hit Chicago’s black and Latin public schools particularly difficult, reports Sarah Karp. In about a third of schools, when a substitute teacher was called in, no one showed up more than half the time, according to CPS data. (WBEZ)

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  • Dim Sum & Drag Brunch in Furama (11:30 a.m.)
  • Kikagaku Moyo at Empty bottle (9:30 p.m.)
  • Mosaic festival at the Chicago Mosaic School (9h00)
  • Al Franken at The Vic Theater (7:30 p.m.)
  • Trevor Noah at the United Center (7:30 p.m.)
Trevor Noah. (Photo by Rich Fury / Getty Images)
  • Chris Forsyth, Axis: Sova to the empty bottle (9:30 p.m.)
  • Eye Circuit at Thalie Room (8:30 p.m.)
  • Ocean blue with orange peels to Space (7:00 p.m.)
  • Demi Waif, Lightning Bug at Schubas (7:30 p.m.)
  • Alan Cumming: “Tales of a Busy Life” at the Music Box Theater (6:00 p.m.)

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