Chicago's newest journalistic and literary enterprise combines a Jazz Age title and a nonprofit business model with a bold and ambitious 21st century media plan.
Next week marks the public launch of The Chicagoan, a sumptuous 194-page magazine that carries a dazzling array of articles, artwork and photographs, zero advertising and a cover price of $19.95. A line beneath the nameplate describes its mission as nothing less than "documenting the arts, culture, innovators and history of Chicago and the Greater Midwest."
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