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Published: 2009-06-26T10:34:46-05:00


Freak show: The day Michael Jackson was arraigned


The backstage carnival at Michael Jackson's arraignment was excessive, inappropriate and inevitable DATELINE: SANTA MARIA, Calif. Jan. 19, 2004 By Steve Johnson, Tribune television critic. Outside the courthouse here where Michael Jackson was arraigned on child molestation charges, there was the usual assortment of freaks, lowlifes and the desperately self-deluded. And that was just amid the 20 or so satellite trucks and countless camera set-ups setups on press row. Moving into the area occupied by what we'll call, generously, the general public, you could find a charity selling a local barbecued beef specialty, Jackson's henchmen atop a Ryder truck tossing...

RIP, John Callaway. An interview on the occasion of his 'retirement'


AND NOW JOHN CALLAWAY, WE HAVE A FEW QUESTIONS FOR YOU Sunday, May 23, 1999 After cutting a wide and long swath in Chicago broadcast journalism, John Callaway, 62, will retire June 23. His most notable stops have been at WBBM-AM as that station developed the newsradio format, at WBBM-Ch. 2 during its 1970s heyday, and, for the past 15 years, as founding host of "Chicago Tonight," the public-affairs roundtable he has made into Chicago's de facto public press conference. He was interviewed as he was preparing for a show that evening on the crisis in Kosovo. STEVE JOHNSON: You'll...