By Margaret Lyons in News on Dec 21, 2007 11:35PM
We're calling it a day a little early today--and something tells us you are, too.
Police arrested four men and six women today for their involvement with a prostitution ring. The men were charged with involuntary servitude of a minor for pimping girls as young as 14, and the women were charged with prostitution. The charges are the culmination of a three-month investigation in which the police monitored Craigslist. [Tribune.]
Jonathan Rosenbaum, head film critic at the Reader, is retiring. He says it's not because the Reader is imploding, but rather because he is turning 65. [TOC blog]
At least some of our readers know how to party.
If Governor Blagojevich is "Public Official A," he's in an additional world of shit. Documents in Tony Rezko's upcoming trial indicate that the Governor--well, some public official--promised he'd give contracts and additional government work to his friends. [Sun-Times]
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