More on the Story: Week in Review (5/16-5/20)

Here is a roundup of Chicago Tonight‘s web stories from this week:

Monday, May 16:
Rahm Emanuel’s Inauguration
Inauguration Day
No Raining on Rahm’s Parade

Blagojevich Retrial:
Magoon describes Pay to Play
Nothing Straight
“What does ‘F’ them mean?”
Zagel says ‘No’ to Obama Interview Notes

unPHILtered blog:
A Graduation Speech Worth Hearing, Part 1

Tuesday, May 17:
Same-Sex Couples and Adoption
Emanuel Announces $75 Million in Budget Cuts
Education Reform Bill Awaits Quinn’s Signature

Blagojevich Retrial:
Friendly Support
The Krozel Cross
Out of Court

unPHILtered blog:
A Graduation Speech Worth Hearing, Part Two

Wednesday, May 18:
From Mexico to Chicago: An Undocumented Teen’s Story
Conservation and Design Come Together in Field Museum Exhibition
CPS Leadership Team Announced
Mayor Emanuel Presides over First City Council Meeting

Blagojevich Retrial:
Lon Monk’s Credibility Questioned
Oprah and Others

unPHILtered blog:
The Success Ratio

Thursday, May 19:
The Growing Pains of Going Green
Building “Out in Chicago”
Mayor Emanuel’s Finance & Budget Team

Blagojevich Retrial:
Blagojevich Attorneys will put on Defense
Salute to 2 Members of First Jury

Friday, May 20:
Weekend Events Around Town

Blagojevich Retrial:
Prosecution Rests

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