After all, the Wall Street Journal got the exclusive preview in August, and it is worth explaining to the public.
But it's curious how the Times finds it easy to prominently cover this uncomplicatedly promotional story while ignoring, say, the impact of the MTV Video Music Awards on Prospect Heights neighbors or parent Forest City Enterprises' self-serving Corporate Social Responsibility report.
Or, as I wrote in April, distracting from the delays in delivering benefits such as subsidized housing or the jobs that were supposed to come with the office tower looming over the arena.
Consider: the sculpture likely cost less than $1 million, the upper end for one of von Rydingsvard's works. …