Comments Send Print Share Recommend Tweet 'Morning Shift' #35: Good grief October 26, 2012 By: Kate Dries Download Story [View the story "'Morning Shift' #35: Good grief" on Storify]'Morning Shift' #35: Good griefOn Friday's Morning Shift, we talk about suburbs that don't suck, take a look at the work of deferred action attorneys, explore grief with author Sandra Cisneros, and look back over this week's most resonant stories.Storified by · Fri, Oct 26 2012 06:08:37immigration chicago 2006jasonmachielaFirst, Since President Barack Obama issued his executive order, groups like the National Immigration Justice Center are partnering with pro bono attorneys to help undocumented immigrants under 30 apply for deferred action status. Ben Weinberg, a partner at the law firm SNR Denton, explains what it’s been like to help clients wade through the paperwork.After Obama immigration offer, college roommates weigh risksWhat would keep an undocumented youth from applying for permission to stay in the United States for at least two years? The question has ...Young immigrants line up to apply for deportation reprieveThe U.S. Department of Homeland Security began taking applications on Wednesday for deportation deferrals and work permission under a new...Then, in a recent post, travel writer Dave Seminara wrote about the ten Chicago suburbs that quote “don’t suck.” He lays out the criteria.10 Chicago Suburbs That Don't SuckTravel writers don't spend much time waxing poetic on the joys of American suburbia - and for good reason. Spending time in the suburbs o...10 seems like you're stretching it. @Gadling list of 10 Chicago suburbs that don't suck http://dlvr.it/2MjWtn via @gapersblockGo Go GoMy hometown, Arlington Heights, didn't make the cut RT @Gadling: 10 Chicago Suburbs That Don't Suck http://bit.ly/Rv0Zmq #travelDarren BoothNext, WBEZ businesses reporter Niala Boodhoo and Hal Weitzman, editor-in-chief of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business publication Capital Ideas, review the week in news.U.S. CEOs call for action to reduce federal deficitIn a letter posted on the Wall Street Journal website late on Wednesday, the U.S. corporate chiefs said it is urgent and essential to put...Savile 'victims number 300'The number of possible sexual abuse victims of Jimmy Savile has risen to 300, Scotland Yard has confirmed. It is thought the TV presenter...Superman quits the Daily PlanetSuperman is giving up his once-promising career in journalism. Alter ego Clark Kent is resigning from the post of star reporter at the Da...Colin Powell endorses Barack Obama(CBS News) Former Secretary of State Colin Powell broke with the Republican party during the 2008 election, to endorse then-candidate Bar...Finally, The Morning Shift talks with Chicago-born author Sandra Cisneros about her latest book Have You Seen Marie?, a tale of recovering from deep grief. Cisneros wrote it after her mother died. The book is illustrated by her friend Ester Hernandez.Sandra Cisneros emerges from the depths of grief with latest illustrated bookAuthor Sandra Cisneros and the cover of her new book "Have You See Marie?" Acclaimed author Sandra Cisneros is best known for her novel "... Comments Send Print Share Recommend Tweet Previous post in Morning Shift with Tony Sarabia 'Morning Shift' #34: Take the 'A' train Next post in Morning Shift with Tony Sarabia 'Morning Shift' #36: Weathering the storm View the discussion thread. Top Headlines On WBEZ.org Chewing the Fat with Monica Eng and Louisa Chu Exoneree Diaries: Antione’s pay day How do kids like the new CPS lunches? Strange Brews Podcast Woman scarred by orphanage Remembering the 'Forgotten Hoosiers' What’s street cleaning really good for? What can Englewood learn from the new Detroit Whole Foods?