We were the children of the first racially integrated neighborhood in Chicago. Twenty years later we still can't talk about it, but maybe we don't need to.
by Charley Custer | Jun 18, 1992
A common thread runs through the stories of Hellen Keller, Johnny Appleseed, William Blake, Daniel Burnham, Alcoholics Anonymous, Jorge Luis Borges, Vachel Lindsay, and the church that holds Sunday services at the Old Town School of Folk Music. It's the r
by Charley Custer | Jan 23, 1992
History has been up to its old tricks with our greatest architecture critic. Now begins the effort to rescue his reputation--as he himself has rescued so many others.
by Charley Custer | Apr 28, 1988
Ghost Watch: The Making of the Play and the Education of the Playwright
by Charley Custer | Dec 17, 1987
Her clients include a lawyer, a cop, a doctor, a therapist. What do they see in her? What does she see for them?
by Charley Custer | Oct 15, 1987
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