Monthly Archives: March 2011

Ibsen play deals with water issues

Concern about water is more than just a contemporary issue: in 1882 Henrik Ibsen wrote An Enemy of the People, in which a small town struggles to confront its water quality problem.  Chicago’s Theater Wit is currently presenting Arthur Miller’s 1950 adaptation … Continue reading

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Goose Island’s Green Line Project Makes ‘Blue’ Brew

By Nick Bastis Chicago has some of the nation’s least expensive and highest quality water — and that good fortune isn’t lost on Goose Island Beer Company. After all, the cost and quality of a beer directly relies upon the … Continue reading

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