32) In fact, Chicago's
drunken brawlers often insisted that alcohol had not clouded their judgment, even though juries typically dealt leniently with impaired fighters.
There is Meridith Benson, former principal with Ballet Chicago, literally Chicago's
At Abt's behest, wet nurses lived in a wing of Sarah Morris Children's Hospital - long the pediatric department of Chicago's
Michael Reese Hospital - from its inception in 1913.
Michael Jordan, right, battles with Seattle's Frank Brickowski in second-quarter action.
The acquisition of the Holiday Inn City Centre expands Oxford Lodging's room inventory in Chicago's
central visitor district, enabling the company to attract larger and more varied group business associated with convention traffic at McCormick Place.
Most of the city's theater spaces are located on the North Side, according to lists of known theater spaces in Chicago provided by The League of Chicago Theatres and the City of Chicago's
Department of Cultural Affairs and Department of Buildings.
drug users were increasingly likely to be consuming for non-medical reasons, without much pretense of therapeutic necessity.
Holan Awards: Sally Gregory worked tirelessly on Chicago's
Southside to give young people a positive direction in life.
Marilyn Miller was 12 when she and her family arrived in Chicago's
Uptown neighborhood during the hot and muggy summer of 1967.
In this paper, the historical development of Chicago's
ethnic beauty aids industry is examined from the perspective of black manufacturers.
midsize dance and music companies have lacked a proper venue for a long time.
Commenting on the name change and merger, William Ruh, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer for First Chicago Bancorp, the holding company for the combined banks, stated "We see this merger as a key step in becoming Chicago's
leading community bank and believe that we now have a name that reflects both this goal and Labe Bank's century long history of serving Chicago.
This oft-quoted response to a union organizer's pitch by an anonymous Black laborer at Chicago's
anti-union Armour and Company packinghouse in 1919 matches a once commonplace white laborite notion of how Black industrial workers responded to unionization early in the twentieth century.
CHICAGO -- Chicago's
most prominent marketing, advertising and public relations trade associations have come together to host the 2006 Acronym Holiday Bash, a networking event that, in addition to spreading holiday cheer among business communicators, raises money for Chicago Tribune Holiday Giving.
African-American Self-Help Institutions for Chicago's