This week’s biggest gainers:
The city’s daily newspapers both inked their mayoral endorsements for the Rahmrod.
Bears ’85er’s Hall of Fame nod almost made us forget the Packers won the Super Bowl. Almost.
Another outpouring of civic adoration for the CSO maestro followed another health scare.
Rahm may have the newspapers, but Chico’s looking to be organized labor’s love, with a slew of new endorsements.
What, me worry? The mayor kept a low profile during the worst of the blizzard, allowing his staff to fall on their swords for the inevitable mishaps.
This week’s biggest losers:
With his boss hiding out, Mayor Daley’s chief of staff took the fall for the Lake Shore No Drive during the blizzard.
Former Streets and San honcho got two-and-a-half years in the slammer while his successor got two feet of snow.
Groupon honcho’s Super Bowl ad debut took heat for trivializing Tibet. Because those Go Daddy and Doritos ads exhibit true social consciousness.
There is no more thankless job on the planet than head of Streets and San during a Chicago blizzard.
Dang, not even the All-Star bench?