Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Commissioner Jesus "Chuy" Garcia met in the second of three televised debates.
"Adolescence is hard enough without your father [bleeping] it up," he says.
Niketopoulos said Hopkins' approach to engaging neighbors in development inspired the endorsement.
A columnist on the magazine's website says pay-to-play is winning, and the middle class is losing.
Rahm Emanuel invoked his mother's joke when asked why he doesn't seem to like a reporter.
Stephanie Coleman and Ald. Toni Foulkes will face off on April 7 in a runoff in the 16th Ward.
Reggie Love will talk about how he's risen to be the right-hand man of a president.
Outside groups are funding the extra six weeks of campaigning for Natashia Holmes and Gregory Mitchell.
KONKOL: Over lunch, Emanuel talks neighborhoods, kids, schmutz and his mea culpa. He also gets insulted.
Mayoral challenger Jesus "Chuy" Garcia will host a fundraiser at the West Loop palace Sunday.
Graffiti with similar lettering was also found on the door of the Lawrence House, 1020 W. Lawrence Ave.
"Nothing like a nice, quiet debate," a sarcastic moderator quipped at the end of a charged debate.
The debate will take place Wednesday on WTTW's Chicago Tonight.
The last debate between the 10th Ward candidates was raucous, with the crowd heckling Pope and Garza.
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