Mayoral hopefuls dominate November news

November 30, 2010

Produced by Eight Forty-Eight

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This November 20 mayoral candidates have positioned themselves for February's election.
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Eight Forty-Eight headed to WBEZ's Devon Avenue studio for November's Month in Review.
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Director Jason Marck, South Side bureau reporter Natalie Moore and Alison Cuddy live from Devon Avenue.
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Reporter Chip Mitchell goes over the month's headlines before November's Month in Review.

November will be remembered for taking away one of the cornerstones of Chicago culture. At the same time a new wave of legislators and their political promises hit the political front. So, how did those big news items affect people on Chicago’s streets?

Three WBEZ reporters who have their ears to the ground in different parts of our community reflect on the news of November.

Odette Yousef is WBEZ's North Side bureau reporter, Natalie Moore covers the South Side as the bureau reporter in Englewood and Chip Mitchell reports out of the West Side bureau in Humboldt Park.

Music Button: Ananda Shankar, "Jumpin' Jack Flash", from the CD Ananda Shankar, (Collector's Choice)