“It’s Easter, which is about resurrection, and I think we need to re-evaluate our values,” said Rev. Michael Pfleger.
SNEED: Mayor Rahm Emanuel will play himself on his last day in office in the May 22 season finale of “Chicago Fire.” He already has filmed his scene.
SNEED: That power shift between the Bush and Obama administrations was considered one of the most successful transitions of the modern era.
SNEED: The city threatened to take legal action under the municipal code of Chicago if the actor did not pay up.
John Rivera’s mother personally delivered his handcuffs to the police station where Menelik Jackson was being held on murder charges.
SNEED: She plans to gather all the frequent flyer miles she’s been sent by well-wishers to visit her husband, Jason Van Dyke, in prison.
SNEED: The mayoral contender needs to be more transparent about the liens filed against her in Illinois and California.
SNEED: Publicist Darrell Johnson says of embattled singer and alleged sex offender R. Kelly: “He’s talking about his mama, mama, mama all the time.”
SNEED: “You learn not to fight it. To manage it,” Arbor says in an exclusive interview.
SNEED: No sitting alderman in the 1970s-’80s had the combo of charm and mischief as Edward R. Vrdolyak.
SNEED: On Thursday, 66 people had already requested to visit R. Kelly at Cook County Jail, where he is being housed in isolation.
Michael Avenatti and Chicago attorney Steve Greenberg have blasted each other as the R. Kelly case unfolded.
The singer’s attorney, Steve Greenberg, told Sneed Thursday that Kelly is in need of cash and better media relations.