Tenth News: May 2011 Newsletter

May 2011 Newsletter


In this issue of Tenth News:

Tenth Dems Enjoys Sedaris Humor
by Adrienne Kirshbaum
How was the recent David Sedaris show at the Genesee Theatre in Waukegan? We have a report.

Congress Watch: Down in the Doldrums
What’s Congressman Bob Dold up to now? The infuriating answer is in this article.

The Legend of Better Days
by Ron Levitsky
In recent months, we’ve been reporting aplenty on the political firestorm that has swept Wisconsin. Here, we present a different angle that’s bound to get you thinking.

Poetry Slam to Rock Waukegan
by Elizabeth Bloom Albert
Stumped for something new and exciting to do on a weekday evening? How about Tenth Dems inaugural Poetry Slam in Waukegan May 12. We have a sneak peek.

Jan Schakowsky Power Lunch a Wonder Moment for Women and Their Supporters
by Neesa Sweet
Fundraisers can be fun… and entertaining. So says the author, who attended an April event for Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky.

Thinking Rationally about Climate Change
by Steve Sheffey
Our author makes a passionate case for the belief that mankind is altering our environment. Will you be convinced?

The Winds of Change
by Eleonora di Liscia
Does the idea of a wind farm in Lake Michigan near Evanston sound farfetched? Read this article and decide for yourself.

Envision Scholars: If You Can Dream It, You Can Achieve It!
by Chuck Gutman
One of the people behind an idea to create a scholarship foundation for deserving kids in Waukegan and North Chicago explains his dream.

A Short Course in Tactics, Strategy, and Goals
by Jack Altschuler
The recent attempt get rid of public employees’ collective bargaining rights in Wisconsin and other states is part of a more diabolical plan, which this author reveals.

Way Up North – Community Connection in Waukegan
by Vicki Bailyn
Community Connection in Waukegan has been open since January. How are things going?

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