Who is Chicago's culture candidate?
Mayoral candidates talk about why the arts are important to Chicago.
Mayoral candidates weigh in on whether the two city departments should be merged.
Mayoral candidates weigh in on whether the city should increase, maintain or decrease the number of liquor licenses.
Mayoral candidates name their favorite local band, theater company, restaurant, artist, comedian.
Nine mayoral candidates have friends or family members in the arts community.
Mayoral candidates weigh in on the last museum or other cultural institution they've visited.
Mayoral candidates indicate whether they're for or against the promoters' ordinance.
Mayoral candidates weigh in on whether Lolla is a boost to the local music scene or a challenge to local venues.
Mayoral candidates weigh in on whether they'd privatize city fests.
Mayoral candidates weigh in on bringing arts to disadvantaged youth.
Mayoral candidates talk about the last dance, music or theater show they attended.
Mayoral candidates weigh in on legalizing cook-on-site food trucks.
Mayoral candidates weigh in on casinos in the city limits.
Mayoral candidates weigh in on whether they would support selling naming rights of Wrigley and Soldier Field.
Mayoral candidates predict their major accomplishment in office.
Richard M. Daley may be on his way out, but these rhetorical gems he gave us will live on.
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