Friday, March 13, 2009

Burris Headlines

Unless there are any new developments in the story of US Sen. Roland Burris as far as his future in the US Senate, poll numbers, or even his re-election plans, the Burris headlines feature of this blog will be at least temporarily discontinued as of today. I've kept it up long enough (only for roughly the past month). After a while even I got tired of keeping track of the impeachment stories. Of course if anyone wants to see a return I'm all ears. Let me know and thanks for reading as always!

More sound and fury in Illinois over the Burris appointment -

Can Burris Help Man Jailed in Morocco? - MSNBC

Burris mum on pre-need funeral trust matter -

Touch of irony in Hannig’s statements about Burris - Bernard Shoenburg

Crowd pleasers - Southtown
"ROD BLAGOJEVICH SUPERSTAR!" - Second City e.t.c., Piper's Alley, 1608 N. Wells St., Chicago, (312) 337-3992: Second City e.t.c. stages this show at 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays. The production is similar to 1970s rock operas, particularly the Tim Rice-Andrew Lloyd Webber classic "Jesus Christ Superstar." But, in this case, Jesus and Mary Magdalene have been replaced by former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich and his wife, Patti. And the apostles have turned into the likes of politicians Roland Burris, Patrick Fitzgerald, Dick Mell and Lisa Madigan. Tickets are $14 at (312) 337-3992 Groups of 16 or more should contact Anna Feneis via e-mail at afeneis (AT) secondcity (DOT) com.
Take back state with vote on Senate seat - Daily Herald

Pols are hip to the square - Politico

Back Home and Back to Work - WSAV-TV

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