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  • Tribune
  • In a 2005 poll, Chicago Tribune readers voted it one of the "seven wonders of Chicago", behind the lakefront and Wrigley Field , but ahead of Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower), the Water Tower , the University of Chicago , and the Museum of Science and Industry . (wikipedia.org)
  • Colonel Robert R. McCormick , editor and publisher of the Chicago Tribune , usually gets credit for placing the term in common use. (wikipedia.org)
  • Related events kick off Tuesday, September 19, with Cocktails on The Crown (Tribune Tower) with the big event Chicago Gourmet taking place Saturday, September 23 and Sunday, September 24 in Millennium. (chicagonow.com)
  • The Chicago Tribune suburban sports department has teamed up with The Cube to present the rankings for the top 20 high school boys basketball teams in the Chicago area. (chicagotribune.com)
  • fresco
  • Fall in Chicago is special and unpredictable but we should easily have another six weeks to enjoy al fresco dining. (chicagonow.com)
  • Fans of outdoor eating have nothing to sweat now that Earls Kitchen has arrived in Chicago offering guests a three season al fresco dining option. (chicagonow.com)
  • workshops
  • Chicago Survivors serves families in Chicago following the violent loss of a loved one ( homicide) with crisis intervention, supportive counseling, case management, court accompaniment and a Community of Survivors with workshops, family events, and advocacy. (idealist.org)
  • There are several urban farming classes/workshops in Chicago this fall that can help you extend the growing season or help you get prepared for next spring. (chicagonow.com)
  • Chicagoans
  • Just when you thought summer couldn't get any better beachfront dining arrives in Chicago Forget, Palm Beach, Palm Springs, Tahiti, Chicagoans and visitors, in the number one restaurant city in the nation, can now dine, imbibe and mingle on the "third" coast at Chicago's newest alfresco restaurant, Shore Club on North Avenue Beach overlooking Lake. (chicagonow.com)
  • Are you one of the many Chicagoans that are annoyed by the yearly planting of annuals and tropical plants that will die or be composted in the fall because they don't survive winters in Chicago? (chicagonow.com)
  • University of Chic
  • SAIC and the University of Chicago, commissioners of the US Pavilion, present Dimensions of Citizenship at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia. (saic.edu)
  • Sports
  • A who's, who of Chicago media types, sports fans, celebrities and admirers of Chicago broadcast legend, Jack Brickhouse chowed down on a variety appetizers from tuna poke and crab legs to burgers and pizza along. (chicagonow.com)
  • events
  • Meet with faculty from our graduate programs at events across the country and in Chicago. (saic.edu)
  • readers
  • As regular readers know all too well, homeowners are struggling across Chicago to get loan modifications that could help them hang onto their homes. (chicagonow.com)
  • teams
  • EXPO CHICAGO teams up with SAIC for /Dialogues, a provocative series of panel discussions and conversations September 27 to 30 at Navy Pier. (saic.edu)
  • design
  • Idea Marketing Group is a Chicago web design company offering award winning web design, web development and online marketing services to clients all over the world. (ideamktg.com)
  • Located about an hour west of Chicago, Idea Marketing Group is a trusted Chicago web design company that develops websites nationwide including international projects. (ideamktg.com)
  • That's the problem students at Archeworks, the one-year design program in Chicago that focuses on social and environmental urban design, were tasked with finding a solution to. (chicagonow.com)
  • Group
  • The Chicago Collaborative is a working group established in 2008 to promote open communication and education among the primary stakeholders in the scholarly scientific communication area and includes a statement of purpose . (google.com)
  • The Chicago Collaborative Framework outlines the broad strategies, goals, and expected outcomes of this working group, and the FAQ page offers more detailed information. (google.com)
  • service
  • The first "L", the Chicago and South Side Rapid Transit Railroad , began revenue service on June 6, 1892, when a steam locomotive pulling four wooden coaches, carrying more than a couple of dozen people, departed the 39th Street station and arrived at the Congress Street Terminal 14 minutes later, over tracks that are still in use by the Green Line. (wikipedia.org)
  • good
  • Yes, you heard it right-even though this is Chicago-guests can bask (and dine) outdoors for a good part of the year on Earls outdoor patio. (chicagonow.com)