ChicagoIllinoisCongresses as Topic: Conferences, conventions or formal meetings usually attended by delegates representing a special field of interest.African Americans: Persons living in the United States having origins in any of the black groups of Africa.Esophageal Motility Disorders: Disorders affecting the motor function of the UPPER ESOPHAGEAL SPHINCTER; LOWER ESOPHAGEAL SPHINCTER; the ESOPHAGUS body, or a combination of these parts. The failure of the sphincters to maintain a tonic pressure may result in gastric reflux of food and acid into the esophagus (GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX). Other disorders include hypermotility (spastic disorders) and markedly increased amplitude in contraction (nutcracker esophagus).Ecotoxicology: The study of ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION and the toxic effects of ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTANTS on the ECOSYSTEM. The term was coined by Truhaut in 1969.Aroclors: Industrial chemicals which have become widespread environmental pollutants. Each aroclor is a mixture of chlorinated biphenyls (1200 series) or chlorinated terphenyls (5400 series) or a combination of both (4400 series).Catholicism: The Christian faith, practice, or system of the Catholic Church, specifically the Roman Catholic, the Christian church that is characterized by a hierarchic structure of bishops and priests in which doctrinal and disciplinary authority are dependent upon apostolic succession, with the pope as head of the episcopal college. (From Webster, 3d ed; American Heritage Dictionary, 2d college ed)Grateful Med: A microcomputer-based software package providing a user-friendly interface to the MEDLARS system of the National Library of Medicine.Urban Population: The inhabitants of a city or town, including metropolitan areas and suburban areas.PhilippinesBiohazard Release: Uncontrolled release of biological material from its containment. This either threatens to, or does, cause exposure to a biological hazard. Such an incident may occur accidentally or deliberately.Dancing: Rhythmic and patterned body movements which are usually performed to music.Encyclopedias as Topic: Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)Transportation: The means of moving persons, animals, goods, or materials from one place to another.Venus: The second planet in order from the sun. It has no known natural satellites. It is one of the four inner or terrestrial planets of the solar system.MedlinePlus: NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE service for health professionals and consumers. It links extensive information from the National Institutes of Health and other reviewed sources of information on specific diseases and conditions.Travel: Aspects of health and disease related to travel.Health Services Accessibility: The degree to which individuals are inhibited or facilitated in their ability to gain entry to and to receive care and services from the health care system. Factors influencing this ability include geographic, architectural, transportational, and financial considerations, among others.Consumer Health Information: Information intended for potential users of medical and healthcare services. There is an emphasis on self-care and preventive approaches as well as information for community-wide dissemination and use.Acid-Base Imbalance: Disturbances in the ACID-BASE EQUILIBRIUM of the body.Anniversaries and Special Events: Occasions to commemorate an event or occasions designated for a specific purpose.Los AngelesPhotography: Method of making images on a sensitized surface by exposure to light or other radiant energy.Holidays: Days commemorating events. Holidays also include vacation periods.Ceremonial Behavior: A series of actions, sometimes symbolic actions which may be associated with a behavior pattern, and are often indispensable to its performance.Play and Playthings: Spontaneous or voluntary recreational activities pursued for enjoyment and accessories or equipment used in the activities; includes games, toys, etc.Recreation: Activity engaged in for pleasure.Public Facilities: An area of recreation or hygiene for use by the public.Disease Outbreaks: Sudden increase in the incidence of a disease. The concept includes EPIDEMICS and PANDEMICS.Recreation Therapy: The enhancement of physical, cognitive, emotional and social skills so an individual may participate in chosen activities. Recreational modalities are used in designed intervention strategies, incorporating individual's interests to make the therapy process meaningful and relevant.Accident Prevention: Efforts and designs to reduce the incidence of unexpected undesirable events in various environments and situations.Portraits as Topic: Graphic representations, especially of the face, of real persons, usually posed, living or dead. (From Thesaurus for Graphic Materials II, p540, 1995)User-Computer Interface: The portion of an interactive computer program that issues messages to and receives commands from a user.History, 20th Century: Time period from 1901 through 2000 of the common era.Eagles: Large members of the FALCONIFORMES order of birds, family Accipitridae, most especially the genera Aquila, Haliaeetus, Harpia, and Circaetus. They are characterized by their powerful talons, which carry long, curved, pointed claws and by their opposable hindtoe.Reality Testing: The individual's objective evaluation of the external world and the ability to differentiate adequately between it and the internal world; considered to be a primary ego function.Cercopithecus: A genus of Old World monkeys found in Africa although some species have been introduced into the West Indies. This genus is composed of at least twenty species: C. AETHIOPS, C. ascanius, C. campbelli, C. cephus, C. denti, C. diana, C. dryas, C. erythrogaster, C. erythrotis, C. hamlyni, C. lhoesti, C. mitis, C. mona, C. neglectus, C. nictitans, C. petaurista, C. pogonias, C. preussi, C. salongo, and C. wolfi.Menu PlanningEmbryology: The study of the development of an organism during the embryonic and fetal stages of life.Small Business: For-profit enterprise with relatively few to moderate number of employees and low to moderate volume of sales.Periodicals as Topic: A publication issued at stated, more or less regular, intervals.Journal Impact Factor: A quantitative measure of the frequency on average with which articles in a journal have been cited in a given period of time.Plumbaginaceae: A plant family of the order Plumbaginales, subclass Caryophyllidae, class Magnoliopsida of shrubs and herbs. Some members contain ANTHOCYANINS and naphthaquinones.Fossils: Remains, impressions, or traces of animals or plants of past geological times which have been preserved in the earth's crust.Geologic Sediments: A mass of organic or inorganic solid fragmented material, or the solid fragment itself, that comes from the weathering of rock and is carried by, suspended in, or dropped by air, water, or ice. It refers also to a mass that is accumulated by any other natural agent and that forms in layers on the earth's surface, such as sand, gravel, silt, mud, fill, or loess. (McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed, p1689)Nitrogen Isotopes: Stable nitrogen atoms that have the same atomic number as the element nitrogen, but differ in atomic weight. N-15 is a stable nitrogen isotope.Ecosystem: A functional system which includes the organisms of a natural community together with their environment. (McGraw Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed)Chromium Compounds: Inorganic compounds that contain chromium as an integral part of the molecule.Ytterbium: Ytterbium. An element of the rare earth family of metals. It has the atomic symbol Yb, atomic number 70, and atomic weight 173. Ytterbium has been used in lasers and as a portable x-ray source.Newspapers: Publications printed and distributed daily, weekly, or at some other regular and usually short interval, containing news, articles of opinion (as editorials and letters), features, advertising, and announcements of current interest. (Webster's 3d ed)Mass Media: Instruments or technological means of communication that reach large numbers of people with a common message: press, radio, television, etc.NewsDisease Notification: Notification or reporting by a physician or other health care provider of the occurrence of specified contagious diseases such as tuberculosis and HIV infections to designated public health agencies. The United States system of reporting notifiable diseases evolved from the Quarantine Act of 1878, which authorized the US Public Health Service to collect morbidity data on cholera, smallpox, and yellow fever; each state in the US has its own list of notifiable diseases and depends largely on reporting by the individual health care provider. (From Segen, Dictionary of Modern Medicine, 1992)Truth Disclosure: Truthful revelation of information, specifically when the information disclosed is likely to be psychologically painful ("bad news") to the recipient (e.g., revelation to a patient or a patient's family of the patient's DIAGNOSIS or PROGNOSIS) or embarrassing to the teller (e.g., revelation of medical errors).

Influence of maternal ethnicity on infant mortality in Chicago, 1989-1996. (1/808)

This study compared infant mortality rates between large ethnic groups in Chicago from 1989-1996. Infant mortality information about ethnic groups was compared using data from annual reports published by the Epidemiology Program, Department of Public Health, City of Chicago and vital statistics documents in Illinois, which include information on ethnicity. Chi-squared analysis was used to evaluate the differences between the proportions. A P value of < .05 was considered significant. During the study period, there were 461,974 births and 6407 infant deaths in Chicago. African Americans contributed 212,924 (46.1%) births and 4387 (68.5%) deaths; Hispanics 132,787 (28.7%) births and 1166 (18.2%) deaths; and whites 99,532 (21.6%) births and 780 (12.2%) infant deaths. Compared with the other groups. African Americans suffered a twofold increased mortality (P < .00001) for five of the six most common causes of infant mortality. Deaths from congenital malformations, although significant, were not excessively increased among African Americans (P = .014). Hispanics demonstrated a higher mortality rate than whites (P = .01), especially for postnatal mortality and respiratory distress syndrome. These data confirm excessive infant mortality among African Americans. Further studies are needed to evaluate the apparent low mortality among some Hispanics compared with the other groups studied.  (+info)

Psychosocial factors and smoking cessation behaviors among smokers who have and have not ever tried to quit. (2/808)

Relationships between smoking cessation behaviors and demographic characteristics and attitudes were analyzed among two groups of smokers, those who had and had not ever tried to quit. Telephone interviews were completed with 1501 smokers at baseline and at a 3 month follow-up. Multiple logistic regression analyses were used to identify factors that were associated with planning to quit, attempting to quit and quitting smoking within the two groups of smokers. Different patterns of correlates were found across groups and within the three outcome measures, indicating the potential importance of targeting interventions according to whether or not smokers have made a prior quit attempt. These findings also support the value of using multiple outcome measures in the smoking cessation process.  (+info)

Child and adolescent injury and death from urban firearm assaults: association with age, race, and poverty. (3/808)

OBJECTIVE: To describe rates and trends in the incidence of non-fatal and fatal firearm assault among children (16 years old or younger) over an 11 year period in Chicago, Illinois and to identify the socioeconomic characteristics of community areas where assaults are common. METHODS: The Chicago Police Department (CPD) records from 1986 through 1996 were reviewed for children assaulted with a firearm. United States census data for 1990 for Chicago were used to calculate incidence rates; census data were also used for community area (defined by census tract) socioeconomic descriptions. RESULTS: The CPD recorded 11,163 pediatric firearm assaults during the study period: 10,571 non-fatal and 592 (5%) fatal. From 1986 through 1996 non-fatal assaults more than doubled, with the highest rates in 1994; fatal assaults tripled, with rates peaking in 1993-94. Significant increases in non-fatal firearm assaults occurred among black and Hispanic males and females. In 1994, compared with white males, the relative risk of non-fatal assault was 7.0 (95% confidence interval (CI) 5.3 to 9.1) for black males and 3.3 (95% CI 2.5 to 4.4) for Hispanic males; the relative risk was 1.5 (95% CI 1.1 to 2.1) for black females. A handgun was the firearm used in most assaults (88% of non-fatal and 84% of fatal). Within community areas, the correlation between non-fatal and fatal assault incidence was strong (r=0.80, p<0.001). The proportion of families with income below the 1989 poverty level ($12,674) and the per cent black race in the community area together accounted for 70% of the variance in assault rates. CONCLUSIONS: From 1986 to 1994 there were significant increases in both non-fatal and fatal firearm assaults, usually by handguns; thereafter, rates declined. Urban children who were victims of non-fatal firearm assault appear to come from the same population as those who suffer fatal assaults. Black and Hispanic youth living in poverty were at particular risk.  (+info)

Social environment and year of birth influence type 1 diabetes risk for African-American and Latino children. (4/808)

OBJECTIVE: Credible epidemiological data, primarily from European-origin populations, indicate that environmental factors play an important role in the incidence of type 1 diabetes. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS: A population-based registry of incident cases of type 1 diabetes among African-American and Latino children in Chicago was used to explore the influence of individual and neighborhood characteristics on diabetes risk. New cases of insulin-treated diabetes in African-American and Latino Chicagoans aged 0-17 years for 1985-1990 (n = 400) were assigned to one of 77 community areas based on street address. Census tables provided denominators, median household income, percentage of adults > or = 25 years old who had completed high school and college, and a crowding variable for each community area individual-level data were birth cohort, sex, and ethnicity. Outcomes in Poisson regression were sex-, ethnic-, and birth cohort-specific incidence rates. RESULTS: Significant univariate associations between diabetes risk and ethnicity, birth cohort, crowding, and the percentage of adults in each community area who had completed high school and college were observed. African-Americans had a relative risk (RR) of 1.42 (95% CI, 1.14-1.76) compared with Latinos. Risk varied significantly by birth cohort in both ethnic groups. For every 10% increase in the proportion of adults who completed college, the RR for diabetes increased by 25% (RR, 1.25 [95% CI, 1.09-1.44]). Social class variables were significant determinants of risk for African Americans, but not for Latinos. CONCLUSIONS: The strong birth cohort and social class associations observed in this study implicate an infectious exposure linked with age.  (+info)

Prevalence of impaired glucose tolerance and diabetes in women with polycystic ovary syndrome. (5/808)

OBJECTIVE: NIDDM occurs commonly among women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). The prevalence and natural history of its precursor, impaired glucose tolerance (IGT), is less well known. The objective of this study was to characterize the prevalence and incidence of glucose intolerance in a large cohort of women with well-characterized PCOS. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS: A total of 122 women with clinical and hormonal evidence of PCOS were recruited from the Medicine, Endocrinology, Gynecology, and Pediatrics Clinics at the University of Chicago. All women had a standard oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) with measurement of glucose and insulin levels. A subset of 25 women were subsequently restudied with the aim of characterizing the natural history of glucose tolerance in PCOS. RESULTS: Glucose tolerance was abnormal in 55 (45%) of the 122 women: 43 (35%) had IGT and 12 (10%) had NIDDM at the time of initial study. The women with NIDDM differed from those with normal glucose tolerance in that they had a 2.6-fold higher prevalence of first-degree relatives with NIDDM (83 vs. 31%, P < 0.01 by chi 2) and were significantly more obese (BMI 41.0 +/- 2.4 vs. 33.4 +/- 1.1 kg/m2, P < 0.01). For the entire cohort of 122 women, there was a significant correlation between fasting and 2-h glucose concentrations (r = 0.76, P < 0.0001); among the subset with IGT, the fasting glucose concentration was poorly predictive of the 2-h level (r = 0.25, NS). After a mean follow-up of 2.4 +/- 0.3 years (range 0.5-6.3), 25 women had a second OGTT. The glucose concentration at 2 h during the second glucose tolerance test was significantly higher than the 2-h concentration during the first study (161 +/- 9 vs. 139 +/- 6 mg/dl, P < 0.02). CONCLUSIONS: The prevalence of IGT and NIDDM in women with PCOS is substantially higher than expected when compared with age- and weight-matched populations of women without PCOS. The conversion from IGT to NIDDM is accelerated in PCOS. The fasting glucose concentration does not reliably predict the glucose concentration at 2 h after an oral glucose challenge, particularly among those with IGT, the subgroup at highest risk for subsequent development of NIDDM. We conclude that women with PCOS should periodically have an OGTT and must be closely monitored for deterioration in glucose tolerance.  (+info)

Validity of drug use reporting in a high-risk community sample: a comparison of cocaine and heroin survey reports with hair tests. (6/808)

Hair specimens were collected from 322 subjects and analyzed as part of an experimental study administering household surveys during 1997 to a high-risk community sample of adults from Chicago, Illinois. Toxicologic results were compared with survey responses about recent and lifetime drug use. About 35% of the sample tested positive for cocaine, and 4% tested positive for heroin. Sample prevalence estimates of cocaine use based on toxicologic results were nearly five times the survey-based estimates of past month use and nearly four times the survey-based estimates of past year use. With the hair test results as the standard, cocaine and heroin use were considerably underreported in the survey. Underreporting was more of a problem for cocaine than for heroin. Among those who tested positive, survey disclosure of cocaine use was associated with higher levels of cocaine detected in hair. In general, when recent drug use was reported, it was usually detected in hair. When a drug was detected in hair, use was usually not reported in the survey. When heroin was detected in hair, cocaine was almost always detected as well.  (+info)

The relation of gestation length to short-term heat stress. (7/808)

OBJECTIVES: This study examined the association between gestation length and heat exposure during the summer months of the Chicago heat wave of 1995. METHODS: Birth data from Illinois vital records containing 11,792 singleton vaginal births were analyzed to calculate mean gestational ages. RESULTS: No evidence was found to suggest an association between shortened gestation and increased maximum apparent temperature. CONCLUSIONS: The data propose no special precautions for pregnant women exposed to short-term heat stress of the intensity evaluated in this study. However, the possible effects of chronic heat exposure on gestation cannot be ruled out.  (+info)

Intrapartum antibiotic prophylaxis increases the incidence of gram-negative neonatal sepsis. (8/808)

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the influence of the increased use of intrapartum chemoprophylaxis on the incidence of vertically transmitted neonatal sepsis. METHODS: Multiple institutional databases were queried for the number of cases in which intrapartum antibiotics were used, the obstetric risk factors that were present, and the number of resultant cases of neonatal sepsis that occurred for deliveries from 1992 through 1997. Intrapartum antibiotic use was compared between the first and fourth quarter of 1997. Comparisons were made between the years 1992-1996 and 1997 for the incidence of the various pathogens causing neonatal sepsis; group B streptococcus (GBS), gram-negative sepsis, and others. RESULTS: We found a significant increase in intrapartum chemoprophylaxis between the first and fourth quarters of 1997 corresponding to the increased physician awareness of published guidelines. As expected, the incidence of neonatal GBS sepsis was drastically reduced (from 1.7/1000 live births to 0 in 3730 births, P = 0.02). Unfortunately, there was a concomitant increase in the incidence of gram-negative sepsis (0.29/1000 vs. 1.3/1000, P = .02). The overall incidence of neonatal sepsis remained unchanged (2.7/1000 vs. 2.1/1000, P = .69). CONCLUSIONS: Published guidelines have encouraged physicians to increase the use of intrapartum chemoprophylaxis to reduce vertical transmission of GBS. This study confirms the efficacy of this approach. Unfortunately, this reduction comes at the cost of increasing the incidence of ampicillin-resistant gram-negative neonatal sepsis with a resultant increased mortality. These data provide compelling evidence that the policy of providing ampicillin chemoprophylaxis in selected patients needs to be reconsidered.  (+info)

The Chicago Community Adult Health Study (CCAHS) consists of four interrelated components that were conducted simultaneously: (1) a survey of adult health on a probability sample of 3,105 Chicago adults, including direct physical measurements of their blood pressure and heart rate and of height, weight, waist and hip circumference, and leg length; (2) a biomedical supplement which collected blood and/or saliva samples on a subset of 661 survey respondents; (3) a community survey in which individuals described aspects of the social environment of all survey respondents neighborhoods; and (4) a systematic social observation (SSO) of the blocks in which potential survey respondents resided, including a lost letter drop (Milgram et al. 1965) as an unobtrusive measure of neighborhood social capital/sense of responsibility to help others. The latter two extend a community survey and SSO of neighborhoods carried out by the Project on Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods (PHDCN) in 1995. The ...
The Chicago Community Adult Health Study (CCAHS) consists of four interrelated components that were conducted simultaneously: (1) a survey of adult health on a probability sample of 3,105 Chicago adults, including direct physical measurements of their blood pressure and heart rate and of height, weight, waist and hip circumference, and leg length; (2) a biomedical supplement which collected blood and/or saliva samples on a subset of 661 survey respondents; (3) a community survey in which individuals described aspects of the social environment of all survey respondents neighborhoods; and (4) a systematic social observation (SSO) of the blocks in which potential survey respondents resided, including a lost letter drop (Milgram et al. 1965) as an unobtrusive measure of neighborhood social capital/sense of responsibility to help others. The latter two extend a community survey and SSO of neighborhoods carried out by the Project on Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods (PHDCN) in 1995. The ...
Get this from a library! Project on Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods (PHDCN) : Physical Abuse Scale, Wave 2, 1997-2000. [Felton Earls; Jeanne Brooks-Gunn; Stephen W Raudenbush; Robert J Sampson; Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research.;] -- The Project on Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods (PHDCN) was a large-scale, interdisciplinary study of how families, schools, and neighborhoods affect child and adolescent development. One ...
Graduates of University of Illinois at Chicago - the names, photos, skill, job, location. Information on the University of Illinois at Chicago - contacts, students, faculty, finances.
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Chicago Community Trust has awarded a $60,000 grant to Adler University. The funding will support Adlers involvement in the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Plannings (CMAP) "ON TO 2050" planning process. Adler will provide guidance to ensure CMAP integrates health equity considerations into all phases of its campaign.. The project supports the general public health sectors increased efforts to ensure that all people have full and equal access to opportunities that enable them to lead healthy lives. The American Planning Association recommends using comprehensive regional planning processes as a means of incorporating health into long-term growth and development strategies.. "Much of this involves training public health department staff to understand the social determinants of health and to develop strategies for addressing some of them," said Daniel Cooper, Ph.D., who is overseeing the project. "However, the larger challenge is building the capacity of cross-sectoral partners to monitor the ...
The Chicago Park District and City of Chicago worked together to acquire 15 and-a-half acres of land for a new park in the citys South Chicago community. The Chicago Park District Board of Commissioners officially named the new park in honor of Clara D. Schafer in 2014. Clara Dorothy Schafer (c. 1898 - 1972) was a nurse and hospital administrator who saved South Chicago Hospital (now Advocate Trinity Hospital) from extinction. Born and raised in Chicago, Schafer had considered pursuing a career in the opera or theater, but decided to devote her life to helping others. She graduated from Chicagos Burnside Hospital School of Nursing in 1917, and began working as an assistant superintendent in the hospital. Three years later, she became superintendent and administrator of South Chicago Hospital. At the time, the 30-bed facility, nicknamed "Pill Hill," was on the brink of bankruptcy. The State Department of Public Health threatened to close the small hospital. Clara Schafer turned the institution ...
As the center of low pressure moves northeast through Ohio, rain will change over to snow from west to east across the Chicago area tonight into Thursday morning - with snowfall gradually ending from the west Thursday. The counties in the Chicago area under a Winter Weather Advisory are depicted in purple on the headlined […]
The Chicago Public Schools Science Fair Scholarship is available to entering freshmen accepted into Loyola University. You must be recommended by the Chicago Public Schools Student Science Fair Sc...
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A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for several Chicago area counties until 2 a.m. Counties include Boone, DeKalb, Grundy, Kane, Kendall, La Salle, Lee, McHenry, Ogle, Winnebago. A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for counties west of #Chicago. #ilwx - Mike Janssen (@MikeJanssenWX) September 12, 2019 An unstable, moisture-laden atmosphere in […]
Chicago area's Stern Pinball is taking flippers, plungers and flashing lights into the virtual reality world with new games for Oculus Rift.
During the month of September, the Chicago Board of Health has scheduled four Town Hall meetings to obtain public input on the effects of flavored tobacco products, including menthol cigarettes, on the public health. The purpose of the Town Hall meetings will be to gather information on flavored tobacco products and then draft policy recommendations to be submitted to Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the Chicago City Council Committee on Health and Environmental Protection.. The Chicago Board of Health has released the accompanying "Resolution on Menthol-Flavored Cigarettes" which includes a number of "Whereas" clauses that focus on the use of flavored tobacco products, including menthol flavored cigarettes. Specifically, the resolution states that Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is "immediately calling on the Chicago Board of Health to help explore local policy options for curbing their use, especially among kids".. The resolution was issued by the Chicago Board of Health in response to the recent FDA ...
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Chapin Hall is evaluating the Chicago Public Schools elementary school counseling program. The goal of this initiative is to increase the availability of effective counseling services in targeted schools. For this project CPS is focusing on two or three schools in the Austin community. The aim of the initiative is to implement evidence-based strategies that decrease disciplinary referrals and improve peer and adult social and emotional learning supports. The initiative also focuses on providing inservice training for professionals and promoting engagement among parents and community groups. Chapin Hall is designing and conducting an evaluation that examines both process and outcome measures ...
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Loyola University Health System has established the first multidisciplinary program in the Chicago area to help women recover from pelvic floor disorders related to pregnancy and childbirth.
|em|Policing Chicago Public Schools|/em|: |em|A Gateway to the School-to-Prison Pipeline|/em| relies on data from the Chicago Police Department (CPD) to show (for the first time in seven years) the type of offenses and the demographics (gender, age and race) of the juveniles arrested on CPS properties in calendar year 2010.
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Chicago, Illinois, has a long history of organized crime and was famously home to the American mafia figure Al Capone. This article contains a list of major events related to organized crime. 1837 - Chicago became incorporated as a city. 1850 - Chicago had a population of 80,000 people, but the city had no police force, only nine "watch marshals". 1855 - The city had a bare-bones police force. 1850s (late) - Because Chicago was built over a swamp, mud constantly oozed from beneath the citys wooden streets. It was decided the whole city would be mudjacked 10 feet (3 metres) and the city would rest on stilts, with stones at the base. This led to the beginning of the free-wheeling crime sub-culture that overtook Chicago. After the city was raised, criminals in the area began practicing their trades in rooms and tunnels beneath the city. English immigrant Roger Plant, who ran a whorehouse in the Chicago netherworld called "Under the Willows", became the chief of this criminal underworld. Aug. 20, ...
The city of Chicago is located in northern Illinois, United States, at the south western tip of Lake Michigan. It sits on the Saint Lawrence Seaway continental divide at the site of the Chicago Portage, an ancient trade route connecting the Mississippi River and the Great Lakes watersheds. Chicagos present natural geography is a result of the large glaciers of the Ice Age, namely the Wisconsinan Glaciation that carved out the modern basin of Lake Michigan (which formed from the glaciers meltwater). The city of Chicago itself sits on the Chicago Plain, a flat plain that was once the bottom of ancestral Lake Chicago. This plain has very little topographical relief, in fact, topographical relief is so unusual in the plain that what would be unnoticed hills and ridges in other locales have been given names. The highest natural point within the city limits is in the Beverly neighborhood at 41°42′12.5″N 87°40′37″W / 41.703472°N 87.67694°W / 41.703472; -87.67694 at 672 ft (205 ...
West Chicago joins several other suburban communities in raising the legal smoking age. West Chicago has joined several west suburban communities including Naperville, Mundelein, Highland Park, Evanston, Glen Ellyn and Wheaton in raising the tobacco sales age to 21. City officials voted Monday, June 4, 2018 to approve the measure, which will go into effect on July 1, 2018.. Revisions to West Chicagos Tobacco Sales Ordinance were prompted following a presentation on "Tobacco 21" by Carolyn Serf of the American Heart Association and two West Chicago Community High School students who offered the following data in support of the change at the Public Affairs Committee meeting of April 23, 2018:. ...
Chicago examiner vol vi no 156 a m saturday june 20 1908 16 pages price one cent neuvered by carrier 30 cents per monti cooley would quit but resignation is re turned i revelation comes as ida m tarbell prepares to muck rake school board busses hand in fight superintendent forced out after refusing to trans fer teachers chicagos board of education is to be muck-raked by ida m tarbell coincident with this news comes the hardly less startling declaration from president otto c bchneidcr of the board of education that edwin g cooiey re signed as superintendent of chicagos pub lic schools before leaving for europe two months ago unless mr cooiey has changed his mind since his departure the resignation still holds good though it has not been accepted and as a consequence the Chicago public schools are without an official head it is said that the lesigna tlon was practically forced from cooiey by mayor busses secretary b j mul aney in a stormy interview at which the former refused to sign . a big ...
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Chicago examiner vol xl no 106 a m thursday Chicago april 24 1913 thursday registered in u s patent office â€" â€" â€" ! urges citizens of west side to unite for civic advance harvey t weeks former presi dent of west park board cites exodus of successful persons to other sections as showing need of physical improvements must retain wealthy to keep up realty values pleads for active organized in terest m plans for chicagos betterment not only from a financial angle but also to do away with congestion peril by harvey t weeks mr weeks is a prominent west side resident a former partner of the late carter h harrison in the real estate business president of the Chicago horse and dummy rail road president of the masonic tem ple association and teas president of the west park commission for iico terms , t o more than one million * citizens of Chicago the fu ture of the west side is a vital question what shall be done to improve the west side is a query which is seeking an answer to day with ...
CBS News) CHICAGO - Violent crime in America has fallen for six straight years, with homicides last year down nearly 6 percent. But in Chicago, there have been 275 homicides this year, most of them gang related. The nations third-largest city had 17 shootings this past weekend alone.. Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Monday announced a new attack on gangs, including a plan to board up or tear down the abandoned buildings they use to run their operations. But the violence continues to take its toll, as CBS News learned from the front lines in a major hospital.. At the Cook County Trauma Center in Chicagos Stroger Hospital, one ambulance after another delivers victims of the gang violence that just wont stop.. The unit treats about 1,500 gunshots and stabbings a year.. "I heard like four or five (gunshots)," one patient tells a nurse.. In the first six months of this year, Chicago had 22 percent more murders that New York - a city with 5.5 million more people.. Medics attend to a man on a gurney: "One ...
This paper represents the second stage of an effort to test previously unstudied implications of a dramatic shift in the American educational landscape, namely, the rapid disappearance of Catholic schools from urban neighborhoods. In a previous study, we used data from the Project on Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods to measure how Catholic school closures affected perceived levels of disorder and social cohesion in Chicago neighborhoods. In this paper, we use data provided by the Chicago Police Department to test two related hypotheses about the effects of Catholic school closures on violent crime rates. The first is that Catholic school closures will lead, in relatively short order, to increased crime in a neighborhood. The second is that that crime will increase most dramatically in those police beats where previous school closures led to elevated levels of physical and social disorder and suppressed levels of social cohesion in 1995. We find that Catholic school closures are linked ...
Personal Care Products, and Hexavalent Chromium. INTRODUCTION. The City of Chicago Department of Water Management (CDWM) is proud to provide high quality drinking water that exceeds all standards set by state and federal water quality regulators. Source water taken from Lake Michigan is filtered and treated at Chicagos two water purification plants: the Jardine Water Purification Plant (JWPP) and the South Water Purification Plant (SWPP). Having completed the purification process, the finished (fully treated) drinking water is then distributed via pipelines to all of CDWMs customers. The reader is encouraged to visit the City of Chicago website and read the annual water quality report on CDWMs homepage.. The CDWM completed a two-year water quality study to monitor some compounds that have not historically been considered to be contaminants of concern, but have been recently documented at trace concentrations in our nations waterbodies. Water samples were tested for emerging contaminants, ...
A man suspected of killing a teenage girl on Christmas Eve, leaving her in the garage of a suburban Chicago home, was denied bail Friday. Antonio Rosales, 32, has been charged with murder in the death of 16-year-old Desiree Robinson, from the South Side of Chicago.
The distribution and abuse of cocaine (particularly crack), followed by heroin and marijuana, are the primary drug threats in the Chicago HIDTA region. According to the National Drug Intelligence Center (NDIC) National Drug Threat Survey (NDTS) 2009,3 69 of the 137 federal, state, and local law enforcement respondents in the Chicago area identify cocaine as the drug that poses the greatest threat to their jurisdictions, 32 respondents identify heroin, and 34 respondents identify marijuana. Large quantities of these drugs are transported to the area by Mexican DTOs and criminal groups, principally from locations along the Southwest Border. In 2008, Chicago HIDTA initiatives reported the seizure of 2,479 kilograms of cocaine, 122 kilograms of heroin, and 10,275 kilograms of marijuana. The HIDTA region has one of the largest illicit drug user populations in the United States. According to the Illinois Department of Human Services Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse (DASA), the Chicago HIDTA ...
CHICAGO (AP) - An autopsy has failed to determine the cause of death of a suburban Chicago woman whose body was found in the trunk of her car, the Cook County medical examiners office said...
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CHICAGO - On Wednesday, Mayor Emanuel and Aldermen Tom Tunney, Joe Moreno, Scott Waguespack, Brendan Reilly, Emma Mitts, Michele Smith, and Walter Burnett will introduce an ordinance to expand food truck operations in neighborhoods across Chicago by allowing food truck operators to prepare "food to order" on board their trucks. Currently, food truck operators are only allowed to sell packaged food prepared in a commercial kitchen. The new law will further encourage this creative industry that spurs small business development and a diverse and vibrant cultural scene across the city.. "Chicagos small businesses are the backbones of our communities and are a vital part of what make our city a thriving place to live, work and visit," said Mayor Emanuel. "The food truck industry in Chicago has been held back by unnecessary restrictions, and my administration is committed to common-sense changes that will allow this industry to thrive, creating jobs and supporting a vibrant food culture across the ...
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Late-19th-century big city newspapers such as the Chicago Daily News - founded in 1875 by Melville Stone - ushered in an era of news reporting that was, unlike earlier periods, in tune with the particulars of community life in specific cities. Vigorous competition between older and newer-style city papers soon broke out, centered on civic activism and sensationalist reporting of urban political issues and the numerous problems associated with rapid urban growth. Competition was especially fierce between the Chicago Times (Democratic), the Chicago Tribune (Republican), and the Daily News (independent), with the latter becoming the citys most popular paper by the 1880s.[31] The citys boasting lobbyists and politicians earned Chicago the nickname "Windy City" in the New York press. The city adopted the nickname as its own.. Polarized attitudes of labor and business in Chicago prompted a strike by workers lobbying for an eight-hour work day, later named the Haymarket affair. A peaceful ...
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Getting around - Making your way around Chicago is pretty simple, the downtown area can be reached from OHare with the Blue Line CTA trains, and once you get downtown, youll be close to a subway or bus stop almost everywhere you go. A great place to start is the site of the Chicago Transit Authority. Fares are $2.25 each, but unlimited ride passes start at just $5.75 a day.. Where to stay : Expedia has 562 hotels listed for the greater Chicagoland area, but like many big US cities, the closer you stay to the "action", the more you will pay.. For example; one of the cheapest hotels listed for "Chicago" is a $42/night Days Inn, located in Gurnee, IL. Youll be quite disappointed when you arrive at this hotel and realize its a good 40 miles from downtown Chicago.. Downtown hotels will cost you around $90 a night, just dont expect too much luxury at that price range.. The cheapest way to stay downtown in Chicago is usually through Priceline. Downtown hotels usually go for about $50 when you use ...
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The Chicago Urban League released a 10-year blueprint Wednesday to undo structural racism in the city and create more equitable education, employment and economic development systems for African-American residents living in the most disadvantaged communities.. Chicago Urban League officials released the plan as the organization commemorates its 100th anniversary.. "Our vision is that by 2026, residents of every community area in Chicago will have access to the services and supports they need not just to succeed, but to really thrive as members of the greater Chicago community," said Stephanie Schmitz Bechteler, vice president and executive director of the Chicago Urban Leagues Research and Policy Center.. "The leagues 10-year plan is a focused effort that lays out our commitment to making racial equity a reality. When this happens, it sets the stage for a stronger African-American community and that, in turn, makes a stronger Chicago.". ...
According to Chris Anchor, senior wildlife biologist with Forest Preserves of Cook County otters are making a comeback in the Chicago area and in the Chicago River system. He sighted one on South Branch, seen evidence behind the Lyric Opera, and monitored a male that spent a winter in a FPCC pond and then swam up the Cal-Sag to the Des Plaines River where he met some females near River Trails Nature Center in Northbrook traveling more than 40 miles by water.. According to Anchor river otters are an apex predator and rely on the health of the entire wetland ecosystem to survive. By understanding river otter behavior, researchers can figure out what kinds of habitat restoration will benefit them most. We didnt think the (Chicago River) water quality was good enough, said Anchor in one interview. Of particular concern was the gas and oil runoff from local roads; experts feared it would enter waterways and interfere with the water-repellent qualities of the otters fur, causing hypothermia. ...
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Windy City Times News Archive - The lifeblood of the Chicago House TransLife Care program When the Chicago House TransLife Center ( TLC ) opened in July 2013, it was so much more than a modest, multi-story home in the quiet North Side Chicago neighborhood of Edgewater. For the nine transgender and gender nonconforming individuals who lived there at any one time, it was a singular lifeline out of an endless cycle of societal and judicial abuse and homelessness. Its community of residents and staff served as a guidepost offering a new direction from a life of survival centered around getting through the next 24 hours under the omnipresent shadow of prison, violence and death to a once unimaginable future that would take work but was at least attainable rather than hidden behind the firmly locked door of public rejection.
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There are 1 comment on the Chicago Tribune story from Jun 11, 2009, titled Cardinal Francis Georges personal physician is leaving. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that: Cardinal Francis George s personal physician plans to depart Chicago and leave medicine next month to take a job with his Roman Catholic religious order. Join the discussion below, or Read more at Chicago Tribune.. ...
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001 Show Notes. Tip of the week: Great deals on plants and a homemade sandbag to keep your pots upright when bringing them home. This weeks tip comes to you as a two-part bonus. In the fall, most garden centers begin dramatically reducing their inventories, especially of summer perennials. But just b/c they dont want to care for them anymore, that doesnt mean you cant! Ive made some of my best deals in the fall and filled my garden to overflowing in the process. Many garden centers will have closeout plants on a rack as fair game to the first takers for pennies on the dollar. Thats o.k. but Ive found my best plant deals by getting to know the manager and making them aware of my interest to know of cheap plants and great deals. Many times theyre happy to help. Ive even had them call me with a collection of plants theyve set aside for me to come and get.. But heres a word of advice. Dont be too picky. Consider taking all offers, even if youre not all that thrilled with some of the ...
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Runner: Im really gratified to see someone like Janice Jackson being promoted to the CEO of the Chicago Public Schools. I think shes got the background and the training with which we can start to think strategically about how we manage our schools. But I think its really important to connect the failure of our school system to the violence that were seeing. While the graduation rate is going up, the fact of the matter is most of those kids are not prepared with the college readiness and job readiness that they need in order to succeed and thrive. And so, as we flip forward to those people who have come through CPS who maybe have not been able to afford the things that they need to in order to survive, the next piece of this is: How do we train them? How do we get them skills-ready? And remediate what they needed to have when they came out of school so that they can now start to participate in the economy that is growing in Chicago? We know that there are lots of jobs going unfilled, so how ...
CHICAGO AUDUBONS ANNUAL APPEAL 2017. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO DONATE TO OUR ANNUAL APPEAL. PLEASE CLICK HERE. If you would like to help us maintain and grow our educational and conservation missions, we would appreciate any contribution you are able to make. You can make your tax-deductible donation through this website by clicking on the link above, or you can call our office (773-539-6793). If you prefer sending a donation by mail, please make out your check to Chicago Audubon and send it to: Chicago Audubon Society, 5801-C North Pulaski Road, Chicago, Illinois 60646.. We had an active year. In March, we hosted our biennial awards ceremony where we celebrated the accomplishments of unsung local environmental heroes-people from all walks of life who have initiated grass-roots efforts to conserve and improve local habitat. Our Conservation Committee spearheaded efforts to maintain the momentum of 2016s super successful BirdthePreserves initiative, sponsoring events like the "Big Month," which was ...
After many meetings and debates, the Chicago delegation succeeded in working with the New York United Federation of Teachers, Local 2 (UFT) to push the AFT to take stronger stands on charter school accountability and school closings - though many delegates from Chicago would have liked the language to have been even stronger. Generally speaking, the New York delegation represented organizing charters as the best model for handling their role in reshaping unions, despite the fact that according to many reports few charter schools in New York have been organized as is the case in Chicago. This logic is the same touted by the Progressive Caucus of the AFT. The few that have been organized are a part of the UFT local though they have separate contracts negotiated with the help of UFT. The Chicago delegation reflection the mindset that allowing new charters to continue to proliferate while attempting to organize existing charters is an end game in which public schools and the union lose ...
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With its steady growth and rise in popularity, Chicago Draft Style has quickly become an essential part of "The Chicago Experience" and can now be found in retail outlets, restaurants, hotels and wholesalers all over the city and its suburbs. And, is the featured beverage at the Willis Tower and the 103rd floor Sky Deck, where over 1 million thrill seekers come each year to view the great city. This building is the centerpiece of our iconic "Chicago Draft Style" logo and stands as a perfect representation of the Chicago Draft Style success story.. ...
WINIFRED HAUN has been choreographer and artistic director of her own modern dance company since 1991. From 1985 to 1991, she was a soloist with the critically acclaimed Joseph Holmes Chicago Dance Theatre, under the direction of Randy Duncan. Wini won three Ruth Page Award nominations and in 2000, she won the Ruth Page Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Dance Community. Her work has been seen at many prestigious venues throughout Chicago, the midwest, Texas and Colorado, including: Athenaeum Theater, Ruth Page Center, Links Hall, Fermilabs Ramsey Auditorium, Overture Center (Madison, WI), Epic Center (Kalamazoo, MI), St. Marys College (IN), Montrose (CO) Pavillion and in many non-traditional spaces, such as Historic Pleasant Home and Cloud Gate in Millennium Park. Winis choreography has been commissioned by Chicago Ballet, Aerial Dance Chicago, MOMENTA, Oak Parks Handel Week and many other Midwest and national groups. She has taught modern dance and dance composition at the Joffrey ...
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Clear, concise, and replete with commonsense advice, the fifteenth edition of The Chicago Manual of Style, 15th Edition offers the wisdom of a hundred years of editorial practice while including a wealth of new topics and updated perspectives. For anyone who works with words, in any medium, this continues to be the one reference book you simply must have. However, even at nearly 1,000 pages, The Chicago Manual of Style cant cover every detail. The Chicago Manual of Style Web site features a Q&A page, where the University of Chicago Presss manuscript editing department interprets the Manuals recommendations and uncoils its intricacies. Anyone can submit a question to the Q&A. Every month new questions are featured-and answered-on the site. Here are some recent Q&As: Q. A colleague insists that this sentence is both ungrammatical and misuses a metaphor: One of the major benefits of cloned stem cells could be as a more accurate window on diseases. While I think the sentence is clumsy, I dont ...
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1990s: Obama meets ACORN, ACORN (Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now), first noticed Obama when he was organizing on the far south side of the city with the Developing Communities Project. A March 2, 2008, Los Angeles Times article by Letta Tayler and Keith Herbert, titled "Obama Forged Path As Chicago Community Organizer," explored Obamas pre-law school days as a community organizer in Chicago and his efforts to build a partnership with Chicagos "Friends of the Parks." "Obamas task was to help far South Side residents press for improvement," the Times article explained. 1993: Woods Foundation In 1993, Obama joined the board of the Woods Foundation, a non-profit foundation which declares its goal to "increase opportunities for less advantaged people and communities by giving money primarily to not-for-profit groups involved in housing, the arts and other areas." Obama served along with Bill Ayers and remained on the board until 2002. Pajamas Media reports that during ...
From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atianta, Georgia; and St. Joseph Hospital and the Chicago Department of Public Health, Chicago, Illinois. Acknowledgments: The authors thank the staff of the Chicago Tuberculosis Control Program, particularly Ms. Carla Lee, and the physicians of the exposed patients for their assistance and support. They also thank Mr. Tony Thompson of the Illinois Department of Public Health and Ms. Laura Mosher and Mr. Stephen Dietrich of the Michigan Department of Public Health for assistance with laboratory aspects of the investigation and Dr. Jennifer Lightdale for assistance with data collection. Grant Support: In part by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, St. Joseph Hospital, and the Chicago Department of Public Health. Requests for Reprints: Dr. Renee Ridzon, Division of Tuberculosis Elimination, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1600 Clifton Road, MS E-10, Atlanta, GA 30333. Current Author Addresses: Dr. Kenyon: American ...
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Hyde Park is one of Chicagos most famous neighborhoods, most certainly so on the South Side, located along the south lakefront. Having played host to the White City, the University of Chicago, President Obama, the setting for Richard Wrights Native Son, and a host of eccentric residents from Saul Bellow to Clarence Darrow to Muhammad Ali, this part of town has more than its fair share of Chicago history.
KFVSCHICAGO (AP) - Former President Barack Obama unveiled plans for his future presidential center Wednesday, painting a picture of a buzzing hub for youth and community programs on the South Side of Chicago where he raised his family and launched his …Plans for Chicago Obama Presidential Center all 161 news articles …read more From ...
Mayor Richard M. Daley of Chicago has submitted to the City Council the final eight nominees for the citys permanent board of education. The council is to vote on the nominees next month.. Under a process established by the 1988 state legislation that made sweeping changes in the Chicago school system, the Mayor was to pick nominees from 15 slates of three candidates submitted by a nominating panel.. The Mayor chose seven candidates in May but rejected the other slates presented, sparking a protest outside his office. (See Education Week, May 23, 1990.) The council has confirmed his first seven choices.. The Mayors new nominees, chosen from new slates submitted by the panel, are: Ashish K. Sen, 48, a professor of urban planning at the University of Illinois at Chicago; Pamela A. Lenane, 45, a lawyer in private practice; Saundra J. Bishop, 49, a former administrator in the Chicago Department of Aging and Disability; Grady Bailey, 32, manager of marketing relations for Illinois Bell Telephone ...
Benzene is the official RSO at the University of Chicago for undergraduate students interested in chemistry. The RSO is entirely student run, and is supported by the Department of Chemistry. In addition to bi-weekly meetings during the academic year, Benzene hosts a number of events every year, including the Gregory L. Hillhouse Memorial Lecture (in honor of the long-time
At least eight people in Chicago and its suburbs were killed this weekend, some in what appeared to be accidents, but most in homicides involving guns.Among the dead were a boy and two teenagers,
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HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill. – Nestled in the northwest suburbs of Chicago, Hugs and Mugs, on the outside at least, looks like a typical coffee shop. But this is no ordinary coffee shop. The unique café employs predominantly “interns” – all of whom have Down syndrome or another intellectual disability.
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CHICAGO - Order restored.. The Ducks channeled their anger over being unable to put away Chicago in Game 2 by getting a healthy combination of stout defense, timely goals and more quality goaltending Thursday night in a 2-1 Game 3 victory over the Blackhawks to regain the edge in the Western Conference finals.. Patrick Maroon and Simon Despres scored to back another razor-sharp effort by goalie Frederik Andersen, who made 28 saves as the Ducks will take a 2-1 series lead into Game 4 on Saturday.. The Ducks regained the advantage with a workmanlike effort that often quieted the 22,160 in attendance at United Center. It was quite the response to a Game 2 triple-overtime defeat where they put 62 shots on Chicago goalie Corey Crawford but couldnt beat him.. Despres scored his first postseason goal in the final minute of the second period to break a 1-1 tie. The defenseman ripped a one-time shot into an opening left by Crawford after Cam Fowler and Ryan Getzlaf worked the puck around the perimeter ...
Two CTA (Chicago Transit Authority) buses have been equipped with new infotainment hardware from Vianova Technologies and software from BitCtrl Systems over the past few months and are now driving on various routes in the Chicago metropolitan area.. In this pilot project, CTA is testing the use of infotainment systems in its vehicles and their acceptance by passengers.. Passenger information and infotainment are displayed on 29" 32:9 stretch displays with a resolution of 1920x540.. The CTA chose an asymmetrical division of the display area into several display areas to display the content. Thanks to the bitcontrol® software, this mode of operation can be realized effortlessly.. In addition to the sequence of stops with static connection information, the journey times to the next stop are also displayed.. To display the position of the vehicle on the map, the bitcontrol® software processes localisation data provided via GPS.. If required, service information of the CTA can be displayed on the ...
An important determinant of mosquito-borne pathogen transmission is the spatial distribution of vectors. The primary vectors of West Nile virus (WNV) in Illinois are Culex pipiens Linnaeus (Diptera: Culicidae) and Culex restuans Theobald. In urban environments, these mosquitoes commonly oviposit in roadside storm water catch basins. However, use of this habitat is inconsistent, with abundance of larvae varying significantly across catch basins at a fine spatial scale. We tested the hypothesis that attributes of the biotic and abiotic environment contribute to spatial and temporal variation in production of mosquito vectors, characterizing the relationship between terrestrial vegetation and aquatic chemistry and Culex abundance in Chicago, Illinois. Larvae were sampled from 60 catch basins from June 14 to October 3, 2009. Density of shrubs and 14 tree genera surrounding the basins were quantified, as well as aquatic chemistry content of each basin. We demonstrate that the spatial pattern of Culex
Many of these ideas can be traced to a few pioneers, among them Alvin R. Tarlov, MD56. Three decades ago Tarlov-chair of Chicagos department of medicine from 1968 to 1985 and now executive director of the Texas Program for Society and Health, a consortium based at Rice University-began to study how health is affected by social factors. Such study of social determinants has been slow to take off, however, because the topic is inherently so wide ranging. Doctors dont often chat with economists, who seldom work with sociologists, who rarely seek out lawyers. So Tarlov protégé Mark Siegler, MD67, a physician with a penchant for ethics, and his Chicago colleague Richard Epstein, a lawyer with a taste for economics, pulled together a conference this past November at the Law School-"Social Determinants of Health and Disease: Recognizing the Contributions of Dr. Alvin R. Tarlov.". Practitioners of the social-determinants approach vary widely but agree that those concerned with public health should ...
Dr. Rennert obtained his BA (humanities) and BS (biochemistry) from the University of Chicago in 1957 - subsequently his MD from the University of Chicago, School of Medicine in 1961. After, a year of pediatric residency (1961-62) at the university of Chicago, postdoctoral fellow in Biochemistry (1962-62), and a second year of pediatric residency at the University of Chicago (1963-64), he obtained a MS (Biochemistry) in 1963 (university of Chicago Department of Biochemistry). He was a research/Clinical Fellow (USPHS officer) at NINDS, NIH from 1964-66. Returned to the University of Chicago as Chief Resident in Pediatrics, and Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Biochemistry (1966-68). Joined the University of Florida (1968-78) as an Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Biochemistry and Neuroscience, and head of the Institutional Division of Genetics, Endocrinology and Metabolism, and rose to the rank of Professor. In 1968 recruited to the University of Oklahoma as Professor and Chairman of the ...
Review Graduate Program details of Dual Degree MSW/Master of Public Health in Chicago Illinois United States from Loyola University Chicago. |p|The MSW/MPH dual degree program provides a multidisciplinary education covering both a client-centered and a population-based health perspectives to train those who will work...
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  • 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 . (
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  • In 1981, Chicago introduced the Nelson Algren Award, a short story contest that the magazine later abandoned before it was picked up by the Chicago Tribune newspaper. (
  • As early as 1921, the Chicago Tribune reported scheduled games and results at "Sparta Field", and games at Sparta Stadium were widely reported throughout the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s. (
  • The last soccer game the Chicago Tribune reported at Sparta Stadium was in November 1953. (
  • The multi-platform show is produced by the Chicago Tribune in partnership with The Second City and broadcasts on WGN Radio 720-AM Saturday nights at 11 p.m. (
  • Forgotten Chicago has received many accolades including being named one of Chicago Magazine's 171 best Chicago websites in February 2008 and being featured in the Chicago Tribune, The Northwest Indiana Times, Time Out Chicago, and local radio. (
  • Chicago Tribune sports editor Arch Ward suggested starting a pro football team in the AAFC. (
  • According to the Chicago Tribune, as of February 2009, the mall portion has been closed and is now a T-Mobile Store as well as offices. (
  • Colonel Robert R. McCormick , editor and publisher of the Chicago Tribune , usually gets credit for placing the term in common use. (
  • In a city with dozens of subpar nursing homes, Wentworth Rehab stands out as the worst, according to a Chicago Tribune review of evaluations by the government. (
  • The Chicago Tribune talked about the possibilities of film cast mates making an appearance, among other things. (
  • 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. (
  • Metro (formerly Cabaret Metro) is a concert hall at 3730 N. Clark Street in Chicago, Illinois that plays host to a variety of local, regional and national emerging bands and musicians. (
  • The Chicago "L" (short for " elevated ") is the rapid transit system serving the city of Chicago and some of its surrounding suburbs in the U.S. state of Illinois . (
  • The Chicago Pythons were a professional indoor football team based in Homer Glen, Illinois. (
  • The Pythons replaced the Chicago Knights, formerly the Chicago Cardinals, as the Illinois-based CIFL team, which replaced the Slaughter after they left for the Indoor Football League after a dispute with CIFL management. (
  • Oakland, located on the South Side of Chicago, Illinois, USA, is one of 77 officially designated Chicago community areas. (
  • It contains the entire second concert recorded on September 29, 1978 at the Uptown Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. (
  • The Chicago Bruins were an American basketball team based in Chicago, Illinois that was a member of the American Basketball League. (
  • It was played in the Chicago, Illinois area: at the Oak Brook Golf Club in Oak Brook in 1991 and at the White Eagle Golf Club in Naperville from 1992 to 1994. (
  • The Chicago Lighthouse is a non-profit organization located in Chicago, Illinois. (
  • The Chicago Lighthouse Low Vision Clinic - the first of its kind in the Midwest and the second in the nation - was formally established in 1957, involving both the Illinois Optometric Association and the Chicago Ophthalmological Society, to provide low vision services for people whose vision cannot be improved with standard corrective lenses. (
  • The Chicago Pedway is a network of tunnels, ground-level concourses and bridges connecting skyscrapers, retail stores, hotels, and train stations throughout the central business district of Chicago, Illinois. (
  • It is a partnership of the State of Illinois, the City of Chicago and Gigabit Squared. (
  • Following up on a request for information issued in September 2012, in October, the University of Chicago, in partnership with the State of Illinois and the City, announced a project to bring gigabit-speed fiber to over 4,825 residents, businesses, schools and healthcare institutions in the Chicago's Mid-South Side neighborhoods. (
  • O'Hare, located on the far northwest side of Chicago, Illinois, is one of the city's 77 official community areas. (
  • The Chicago Giants were a professional baseball team based in Chicago, Illinois which played in the Negro leagues. (
  • The Chicago Slaughter were an American professional football team based in Hoffman Estates, Illinois. (
  • The Chicago Inferno were an American soccer club based in Wheaton, Illinois, United States. (
  • The Chicago Enforcers were a short-lived American football team based at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois. (
  • Evidence of these seas are found in the fossils of coral, such as those unearthed in Illinois quarries at Stony Island Avenue, Thornton and McCook Avenues, or at 18th Street and Damen Avenue, all in Chicago. (
  • Extending somewhat further south, west and east than Lake Michigan, Lake Chicago extended west to present day La Grange, Illinois and south beyond Homewood and Lansing, Illinois, completely covering what is now Northwest Indiana, including the cities of Hammond and Gary, Indiana. (
  • Minibar is a gay bar in Chicago, Illinois, in the United States. (
  • The 30 protesters were met with Chicago Police Department officers and Illinois State Troopers on order from governor Pat Quinn armed with tear gas masks, attack dogs, and police wagons. (
  • The Chicago franchise is a media franchise of American television programs created by Derek Haas, Michael Brandt and Dick Wolf, and currently broadcast on NBC, all of which deal with different public services in Chicago, Illinois. (
  • The community was named after Chicago, Illinois because it was the busiest place in the local area. (
  • EXPO Chicago is an international contemporary art exhibition held each year in Chicago, Illinois. (
  • The Chicago Cobras, are a former USL W-League team based in Chicago, Illinois. (
  • Chatham is one of the 77 community areas of the city of Chicago, Illinois. (
  • The Chicago Philharmonic is an American orchestra based in Chicago, Illinois. (
  • The Chicago Marathon is a marathon held yearly in Chicago, Illinois, United States. (
  • Beginning in 1905, the Chicago Marathon (organized first by the Illinois Athletic Club 1905 to 1909, then sponsored by the Chicago Daily News after 1910) was held annually, with significant community and spectator support, until the early 1920s. (
  • Founded in 1917, it was one of the dominant teams from Chicago, Illinois from the mid-1920s to the late 1940s. (
  • In 1915, immigrant Czechs living in Chicago, Illinois formed a social sports organization which they named the Sparta Athletic and Benevolent Association. (
  • The Chicago Subdivision or Chicago Sub is a railroad line in Illinois that runs about 38 miles (61 km) from Chicago to Aurora and hosts Metra's BNSF Railway Line commuter service. (
  • citation needed] Bordered by Bedford Park (near Chicago Midway International Airport) on the north, the Chicago Southland extends south to Peotone, Its eastern boundary is the Illinois/Indiana State Line, and the region extends west to Woodridge and the surrounding communities in south DuPage County. (
  • There are a variety of community colleges and universities in the Chicago Southland including: Governors State University (University Park, Illinois) Moraine Valley Community College (Palos Hills, Illinois) Prairie State College (Chicago Heights, Illinois) South Suburban College (South Holland, Illinois) Trinity Christian College (Palos Heights, Illinois) Most Livable Metro-Area Suburbs - Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre Official Site. (
  • They played at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois. (
  • The Sockers played their home games at Olympic Park in the village of Schaumburg, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. (
  • The Chicago Sockers is now a prominent youth soccer program, stationed in Palatine, Illinois. (
  • The Chicago Dogs are an independent professional baseball team based in Rosemont, Illinois, that will begin play in the American Association in 2018. (
  • It contains two complete concerts on six CDs, and was recorded at the UIC Pavilion in Chicago, Illinois on June 18 and November 25, 1994. (
  • They were based in Villa Park, Illinois, near Chicago, and they played their home games at the Odeum Expo Center. (
  • Ravenswood is a neighborhood located on the North Side of the city of Chicago, Illinois. (
  • Chicago Chorale is a choral organization in Chicago, Illinois. (
  • Englewood is one of the 77 official community areas in Chicago, Illinois, United States. (
  • Chicago Croatian was an American Soccer Club based in Chicago Illinois. (
  • All their home matches were played in Hanson Stadium and Winemac Stadium in Chicago Illinois. (
  • The Chicago Stags were a National Basketball Association team based in Chicago, Illinois. (
  • The Chicago Riverwalk is an open, pedestrian waterfront located on the south bank of the Chicago River in downtown Chicago, Illinois. (
  • Wildwood is a neighborhood located in the Forest Glen Community Area on the Far North side of Chicago, Illinois. (
  • The Chicago Owls were a professional American football team based in Chicago, Illinois. (
  • citation needed] Merlin Media since moved the WKQX call sign to a low-power analog television channel (and a silent radio station in Watseka, Illinois owned by Merlin Media's CEO), and subsequently began broadcasting an alternative rock format on the aural side of the television channel as "Q87.7", but that station had no connection to "Q101 Chicago. (
  • Based in Chicago, Illinois, the Muscle's home venue was Harper College in Palatine, Illinois. (
  • The Chicago Slovaks were a Chicago soccer team that was based in Berwyn, Illinois. (
  • The Slovak Athletic Association is now the current form of the Slovaks, which is a club for Slovak-Americans living in the Chicago area that still nominates old players to the Illinois Soccer Hall of Fame to this day. (
  • It is located between the Cook County Administration Building and the Chicago Temple Building in the downtown Loop community area of Chicago, Illinois. (
  • In 1896, 8,000 fans each attended the Chicago-Michigan and Carlisle-Wisconsin games, and in 1897, 12,000 fans attended the Carlisle-Illinois game and 10,000 showed for the second Michigan-Chicago game. (
  • The Chicago Tafia Welsh Society (also known as the Chicago Tafia) is an expatriate Welsh group formed in Chicago, Illinois, USA, in 1999. (
  • Text of Illinois House Resolution HR0149 UK in the USA: Chicago marks St. David's Day with Welsh colors atop iconic Wrigley Building Archived 2011-07-22 at the Wayback Machine. (
  • The Wolves play home games at the Allstate Arena in the Chicago suburb of Rosemont, Illinois and are owned by Chicago business owners Don Levin and Buddy Meyers. (
  • The Chicago Ledger was a story paper published in Chicago, Illinois from 1872 until 1924. (
  • The Chicago Rockets franchise was owned by Chicago trucking executive John L. "Jack" Keeshin, president of the National Jockey Club that owned and operated Sportsman's Park race track in Cicero, Illinois. (
  • The Chicago Vultures were an indoor soccer club based in Chicago, Illinois that competed in the American Indoor Soccer Association. (
  • Hegewisch (pronounced /ˈhɛɡˌwɪʃ/ "heg-wish" by the locals) is one of the 77 community areas of Chicago, Illinois, located on the city's far south side. (
  • In 1887, the Illinois General Assembly, partly in response to concerns arising out of an extreme weather event in 1885 that threatened the city's water supply, decided to reverse the flow of the Chicago River through civil engineering by taking water from Lake Michigan and discharging it into the Mississippi River watershed. (
  • In 1889, the Illinois General Assembly created the Chicago Sanitary District (now The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District) to replace the Illinois and Michigan Canal, which had become inadequate to carry the city's increasing sewage and commercial navigation needs, with the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal, a much larger waterway. (
  • In recognition of the work of Ralph Frese in promoting canoeing on and conservation of Chicago-area rivers, the forest preserve district of Cook County, Illinois has designated a section of the East Fork and North Branch from Willow Road in Northfield to Dempster Street in Morton Grove the Ralph Frese River Trail. (
  • The Chicago Express was a professional ice hockey team located in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, serving the Chicago market. (
  • Based in the Chicago suburb of South Holland, Illinois, the Steam plays its home games at South Suburban College. (
  • The Chicago metropolitan area , or Chicagoland , is the metropolitan area that includes the city of Chicago , Illinois , and its suburbs . (
  • The city of Chicago is located in northern Illinois, United States, at the south western tip of Lake Michigan. (
  • Chicago mayoral candidate and Illinois Comptroller Susana Mendoza played coy this week about her connections to embattled Northwest Side Ald. (
  • Conjoined twins Kameron, left, and Kaydon Hayes (photographed before they turned 1 year old in March) died Thursday (March 31, 2011) at University of Illinois Medical Center at Chicago. (
  • During CARS Phase 2, from September 2014 to September 2017, the AIDS Foundation of Chicago external icon (AFC) implemented Project Elevate to increase STD screening for young women of color. (
  • The Chicago Handicap was switched back to dirt in 2017, when it was moved to Churchill Downs. (
  • Below are the prior season rosters: On January 1, 2017, Steve Gordon signed on Trent Kuhl as General Manager of the Chicago Wildfire. (
  • The Chicago Wildfire's first game of the 2017 season will be April 22nd in Pittsburgh, PA against the Pittsburgh Thunderbirds. (
  • For the full season-by-season history, see List of Chicago Wolves seasons view talk edit Updated November 28, 2017. (
  • According to an analysis by the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning, the area had 14,329 residents comprising 6,221 households as of June 2016. (
  • In 2016, British producer and musician Steven Wilson remixed Chicago from the original multitrack tapes. (
  • From 2009 to 2016 the Chicago Tafia partnered with the owners of the iconic Wrigley Building to illuminate the tower red, white, and green (the colours of the Welsh flag) on March 1, St. Davids Day. (
  • In 2002, Chicago X was remastered and reissued by Rhino Records with an early rendition of Chicago XIV's "I'd Rather Be Rich" by Lamm, as well as Kath's "Your Love's An Attitude" - both cut in 1975 - as bonus tracks. (
  • Work that first appeared in Chicago Review has also been reprinted in The Best American Poetry 2002, The Best American Poetry 2004, and The Best American Short Stories 2003. (
  • In 2002, Chicago was remastered and reissued on one CD by Rhino Records with the single versions of "Make Me Smile" and "25 or 6 to 4" as bonus tracks. (
  • In 2002, Chicago XI was remastered and reissued by Rhino Records with rehearsal recordings of Pankow's "Wish I Could Fly" (backing track) and Lamm's "Paris" as bonus tracks. (
  • In July 2014, the University of Chicago formed the 'University of Chicago's Committee on Freedom of Expression' after a series of incidents where students at various schools sought to prevent controversial commencement speakers that year. (
  • Occupy Chicago had been consistently occupying the corners of Jackson and LaSalle in Chicago's financial district. (
  • A letter sent by Occupy Chicago to 50 of Chicago's aldermen reads: "Given what the ordinance actually says, it cannot be construed as an effort to protect the integrity of G8 and NATO conferences. (
  • Art Chicago was Chicago's longest-running major contemporary art exposition, but was cancelled after the 2011 fair, by its then owner Merchandise Mart Properties due to financial problems. (
  • Chicago Ballet was well known for Page's version of "The Nutcracker", considered one of the finest, at Chicago's Arie Crown Theater in McCormick Place. (
  • It then joined Chicago's International League, winning nine titles before moving to the new National Soccer League of Chicago in 1937. (
  • While The Chicago Transit Authority was a success, Chicago is considered by many to be Chicago's breakthrough album, yielding three singles that made it into the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100, including "Make Me Smile" (No. 9), "Colour My World" (No. 7), and "25 or 6 to 4" (No. 4). (
  • Forgotten Chicago is an organization that seeks to discover and document little known elements of Chicago's infrastructure, architecture, neighborhoods and general cityscape, whether existing or historical. (
  • The Chicago Gaylords, one of Chicago's oldest street gangs, was a club founded by World War II veterans and the majority of the original members were Italian, Irish, and Greek Americans. (
  • At the height of the Gaylords reign in 1979, they were listed as the fourth most powerful gang in Chicago and were noted as "Chicago's largest white street gang. (
  • Indeed, Chicago's low lying geography, which ultimately became crucial to its boom town development (as the site of the Chicago Portage and canal), could not initially attract substantial early settlement because the tall grass prairie around its lake and river systems was underlain by hard packed glacial clay, making much of the area forbidding wetlands. (
  • The Chicago Tigers of the American Professional Football Association (APFA) played only in the first year of the league (1920) and, because of this, have the distinction of being the first NFL team to fold. (
  • In 1920 the Tigers and Chicago Racine Cardinals were playing for the same Chicago fan dollar. (
  • According to the NFL, the Chicago Tigers folded between the 1920 and 1921 seasons. (
  • In 1920, the Chicago Giants became a founding member of the Negro National League (NNL). (
  • Chicago Lock Co. is a lock manufacturer, founded in Chicago in 1920. (
  • Chicago Lock Co was located on the northside of Chicago,from 1920 until 1964, at Racine and Clyborn avenues. (
  • The Chicago Poems, and its follow-up volumes of verse, Cornhuskers (1918) and Smoke and Steel (1920) represent Sandburg's attempts to found an American version of social realism, writing expansive verse in praise of American agriculture and industry. (
  • At the time, Chicago was dominated by ethnic British leagues, but during the early 1920, several new leagues were formed to meet the needs of other expatriate teams. (
  • Sullivan, the son of the late William and Margaret Fitzpatrick Sullivan, was born in Chicago June 7, 1920. (
  • Their best player was a young catcher/shortstop named John Beckwith, who was purchased by Rube Foster for his Chicago American Giants after the 1921 season. (
  • Our world-class care is available at locations throughout Chicago, the suburbs and Northwestern Indiana. (
  • at the time, Lester was working as a math teacher and assistant football coach at Wheaton Warrenville South High School in the suburbs of Chicago and played for the Enforcers effectively as a semi-professional player. (
  • In 2007, Forbes magazine rated three Southland municipalities as being the most "livable" suburbs in the Chicago Metropolitan area: South Holland, Park Forest, and Homewood. (
  • The source of the North Branch is in the northern suburbs of Chicago where its three principal tributaries converge. (
  • Here you may find rock cliffs and rock ravines, which are absent from the interior Chicago area (the ravines of the north shore and south suburbs are soil ravines without any rock). (
  • [note The oldest sections of the Chicago "L" started operations in 1892, making it the second-oldest rapid transit system in the Americas, after New York City's elevated lines . (
  • Designed by Ross Barney Architects and built in 2005, it is nestled within the Riverwalk and consists of a terraced lawn, a waterfall and a central pool.The Chicago Vietnam Veterans' Memorial Plaza, one of the largest in the nation outside of Washington, D.C., connects people to the riverfront, provides an escape from the steel and glass of the City, and bejewels the City's waterfront. (
  • Chicago will file a lawsuit Monday against the U.S. Justice Department over its plan to withhold grant money from so-called "sanctuary cities" for immigrants, the city's mayor said. (
  • Occupy Chicago remained outdoors without an encampment until January 2012 when the organization acquired an indoor space at 500 W. Cermak in the East Pilsen neighborhood. (
  • Douglas/Grand Boulevard: A Chicago Neighborhood. (
  • Chrysler Village is on the eastern edge of the Chicago neighborhood of Clearing nestled between Midway Airport and the Clearing Industrial District. (
  • In the 1850s and 1860s, as Chicago was becoming a city of railroad tracks and economic prosperity, Englewood was just another supporting neighborhood. (
  • Chicago Public Schools operates public schools in the neighborhood. (
  • In addition to conducting research and publishing articles on their website, Forgotten Chicago also leads neighborhood walking tours and holds free presentations at area libraries. (
  • Though Hegewisch suffered from the decline of heavy industry, the neighborhood did not witness the extreme devastation that other neighborhoods like South Chicago or Pullman did. (
  • Today, Hegewisch is a stable middle and working class neighborhood, with roughly average levels of household income, and below-average crime and poverty (relative to the city of Chicago as a whole). (
  • NFL Franchise Chronology: Chicago Tigers Klosiinkski, Emil (2006). (
  • As of January 25, 2018 (2018-01-25), 282 episodes of the Chicago franchise have aired. (
  • The Chicago franchise focuses on the professional and private lives of the firefighters, police officers, emergency medical personnel, and legal professionals who serve the city of Chicago. (
  • Many of the individuals involved with the Bonecrushers, including Burns, moved onto be part of the new Chicago Cardinals franchise based in Villa Park, Ill. While the Bonecrushers franchise is generally regarded as having failed in the eyes of Milwaukeeans, their existence did help create two other CIFL franchises: The Cardinals and the Wisconsin Wolfpack. (
  • On December 12, 2008, the Chicago Shamrox franchise closed their doors indefinitely. (
  • Going into the 2014 season, team ownership made the decision to legally change the name of the franchise to the Chicago Wildfire. (
  • On the heels of the Chicago Hounds folding in 2009 after only playing one season (2006-07) at the Sears Centre, Drecktrah worked with arena and Hoffman Estates village officials to bring in an ECHL franchise. (
  • The 1894 Chicago Colts season was the 23rd season of the Chicago Colts franchise, the 19th in the National League and the 2nd at West Side Park . (
  • The 21-game winning streak tied the franchise and major league record set in 1880 when they were known as the Chicago White Stockings. (
  • The 1901 Chicago Orphans season was the 30th season of the Chicago Orphans franchise, the 26th in the National League and the 9th at West Side Park . (
  • The current season schedule, roster, coaching staff, ownership, and game recaps can be found on the Chicago Force Football website (along with past player awards and press/media): Rozendaal, Neal. (
  • Hoffman and Diethrich then engineered a swap of assets in which George Allen, the Blitz coaching staff and most of the Blitz players moved to Phoenix while most of the Wranglers roster moved to Chicago. (
  • The deal allowed Deithrich's coach, Allen, to keep the NFL veteran-loaded Blitz roster that Allen and the Chicago front office painstakingly assembled in 1983. (
  • Deep house's origins can be traced to Chicago producer Mr Fingers's relatively jazzy, soulful recordings "Mystery of Love" (1985) and "Can You Feel It? (
  • Other notable features published by Chicago Review include a special section on Canadian poet Lisa Robertson in Issue 51:4/52:1, an A.R. Ammons feature in Issue 57:1/2, and a special issue on Ed Roberson and Chicago Modernists, Issue 59:4/60:1. (
  • Chicago Story was notable for attempting to air an hour and a half per episode. (
  • Chicago Chorale offers concerts of notable music. (
  • Chicago XI is notable for feeling like a collection of solo songs rather than the work of the ensemble whole Chicago had been earlier in the 1970s. (
  • Other notable players include goaltender Wendell Young, ex-Pittsburgh star Rob Brown and long time Chicago Blackhawks stars Troy Murray, Chris Chelios and Al Secord. (
  • Though not especially long, the river is notable for being a reason why Chicago became an important location, with the related Chicago Portage being a link between the Great Lakes and the Mississippi Valley waterways and eventually the Gulf of Mexico. (
  • The Pythons were the third indoor football team based in the Chicago area. (
  • The Chicago Force is a women's football team that is now in the Women's Football Alliance. (
  • The team played the 2012-2014 seasons at Lazier Field on the campus of Evanston Township High School, and the 2015 season, onward, back at Lane Tech. From their inaugural season until 2010, the Chicago Force was part of the Independent Women's Football League. (
  • The original team name was considered to be the "Foxes", until Steve McMichael suggested they should have a name which reflected the working people of Chicago like the meatpackers of the old Chicago Stockyards. (
  • On January 7, 2010, the Chicago Slaughter announced that Jarrett Payton, son of NFL running back Walter Payton, would be playing for the team in 2010. (
  • The "Chicago Enforcers" name is currently used by the Chicago Police Department for their works team in the National Public Safety Football League. (
  • The Chicago Tornadoes were a cricket team that played for the United States Pro Cricket league. (
  • The Chicago Shamrox were a professional lacrosse team that played in the National Lacrosse League (NLL) in the 2007 and 2008 NLL seasons. (
  • This team, known at times as Sparta A and BA or Sparta ABA, is best known simply as Chicago Sparta. (
  • The Chicago Blitz was a professional American football team that played in the United States Football League in the mid-1980s. (
  • The Chicago Sockers were an American soccer team that were founded in 1995 as the Chicago Stingers. (
  • The Chicago Throwbacks were a team of the Premier Basketball League that begin play in fall 2007. (
  • A second chance at stability came when the Chicago Aztecas of the PBL shut down and the PBL needed a replacement team. (
  • The Chicago Riot was an indoor soccer team that played in the Major Indoor Soccer League. (
  • The Chicago Swans is a United States Australian Football League team, based in Chicago, United States. (
  • The Chicago Muscle was a professional, minor league basketball team in the Premier Basketball League. (
  • The Muscle planned to be the second PBL team to play out of Chicago, following the Chicago Throwbacks which played from 2008 until folding in 2009. (
  • In the planning stages, a team called the Chicago Aztecas was set to join, but it folded before tipping off. (
  • The Chicago Wildfire is a professional ultimate team that competes in the Midwest Division of the American Ultimate Disc League. (
  • The Chicago Wolves are a professional ice hockey team playing in the Central Division of the Western Conference of the American Hockey League. (
  • The Chicago Rockets were an American football team that played in the All-America Football Conference from 1946 to 1949. (
  • During the 1949 season, the team was known as the Chicago Hornets. (
  • The Chicago Steam is a basketball team of the American Basketball Association. (
  • Can they duplicate that effort with their star player back on the court against a tough Chicago team? (
  • Chicago 13 is the eleventh studio album by the American band Chicago, released in 1979. (
  • In 1979 the first female Mayor of Chicago, Jane Byrne, agreed to find funds for the sculpture assuming that another 50% could be found elsewhere. (
  • citation needed] The oldest portions of the Pedway, aside from the interiors of some included buildings, are the corridors between State and Dearborn Streets, linking Chicago Transit Authority's Red Line and Blue Line stations at Washington and Lake Streets and at Jackson Street. (
  • citation needed] Construction on the pedway proper began in 1951 and has continued since then, especially after expansion was included in both 1968's Transit Planning Study: Chicago Central Area and the Chicago 21 Plan introduced in 1973. (
  • citation needed] Occupy Chicago was unique among the major occupations across the country in that it lacked a permanent encampment. (
  • citation needed] In 2011, Occupy Chicago was the foundation for the Occupy High School campaign. (
  • citation needed] In an attempt to slow the leak, the level of the Chicago River was lowered by opening the locks downstream of Chicago,[citation needed] and the freight tunnels were drained into the Chicago Deep Tunnel system. (
  • citation needed] Designed by Art Director of Columbia/CBS Records, John Berg, the album art depicts a partially unwrapped chocolate bar with the Chicago logo on it, resembling a Hershey's chocolate bar as it was packaged at the time, and winning for Berg a Grammy Award for Best Album Package. (
  • This region has been known as the Chicago Southland by the local populace[citation needed] and regional media[citation needed] for over 20 years. (
  • Following a sale of the radio station and closedown of the format on July 14, 2011, the intellectual property of "Q101" was purchased by Chicago entrepreneurs[citation needed] Matt Dubiel and Mike Noonan under the Broadcast Barter Radio Networks banner. (
  • 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 . (
  • for the metro region surrounding Chicago, see Chicago metropolitan area. (
  • Chicago Life magazine is a magazine included every other month in the Sunday edition of the New York Times in the Chicago area. (
  • In response to the annexation, the University of Chicago revised its map of official community areas to add O'Hare as the 76th area. (
  • The O'Hare area is part of City of Chicago School District #299 and City Colleges of Chicago District #508. (
  • Evidence may also be found in the fossils in the Niagara limestone bedrock found throughout the Chicago area and extending all the way to Niagara, New York. (
  • As the Michigan Lobe of the Labradorean Ice Cap retreated northward, the area of Lake Chicago increased. (
  • Founded in 1988 by principals of the Lyric Opera Orchestra of Chicago, it is a musician-governed, non-profit organization consisting of over 200 classical music performers from the Chicago area. (
  • The southern portion of Chicago Midway International Airport is located within this community area. (
  • The Clearing area quickly became a part of Chicago in 1915 because the growing population needed services provided by the city. (
  • With the help of Lee Flaherty, the event's founder who operated out of Flair House in the Near North Side community area of Chicago, Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley's support for the marathon was enlisted. (
  • Before the city of Chicago was established, the area that is now Englewood was largely swampland inhabited by Mascouten Indians. (
  • Q101 Chicago is an alternative Internet radio station in the Chicago metropolitan area. (
  • As one of the youngest and most contemporary Welsh groups in North America, the society strives to provide a link between the present culture of Wales and the Chicago area. (
  • Over the years they have been involved with over a dozen concerts for Welsh male voice choirs in the Chicago area, including the Pendyrus, Penrhyn, Bangor, Black Mountain, Burlington, Hogia'r Ddwylan and CF1 choirs at prominent Chicago venues. (
  • In 2014 members of the Chicago Tafia started the Chicago Swansea City Supporters Club[permanent dead link], that meets for games at Chicago area pubs. (
  • Based on records from the Chicago Department of Revenue, we know that in 1910 other similar venues such as Kosciuzko Grove were also in the Dunning area. (
  • The community area is named for Adolph Hegewisch, the president of U.S. Rolling Stock Company who hoped to establish "an ideal workingman's community" when he laid out the town along a rail line in 1883, six years before Chicago annexed the town. (
  • In 1837, Hegewisch, along with the area that now composes most of the South Side of Chicago, was incorporated as part of Hyde Park Township. (
  • South of Highland Park the river passes the Chicago Botanic Gardens and through an area of former marshlands known as the Skokie Lagoons. (
  • The North Branch continues southwards through Niles, entering the city of Chicago near the intersection of Milwaukee Avenue and Devon Avenue, from where it serves as the boundary of the Forest Glen community area with Norwood Park and Jefferson Park. (
  • The Chicago metropolitan area is one of the world's largest and most diversified economies, with more than four million employees and generating an annual gross regional product (GRP) of over $561 billion. (
  • There are several definitions of the area, including the area defined by the United States Office of Management and Budget (OMB) as the Chicago - Joliet - Naperville , IL-IN-WI Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA), and the area under the jurisdiction of the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP) (a metropolitan planning organization ). (
  • The Chicago Metropolitan Statistical Area was originally designated by the United States Census Bureau in 1950. (
  • The Chicago MSA, now defined as the Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI Metropolitan Statistical Area , is the third largest MSA by population in the United States. (
  • Chicagoland is an informal name for the Chicago metropolitan area. (
  • One special feature of the Chicago area was the now-vanished Mud Lake in the Des Plaines River watershed. (
  • This surrounding area is hilly and higher than the Chicago Plain. (
  • It was once a coral reef when the Midwest was covered by a warm inland sea (hundreds of millions of years before the glaciation of the Chicago area). (
  • The rest of the Chicago area does not have bedrock this close to the surface. (
  • Since Chicago is a common site of Fortune 500 headquarters, the Chicago survey panel represents and reports on economic activity well beyond manufacturing in the Chicagoland area. (
  • Rush University Medical Center partnered with a Chicago-area martial arts dojo to implement a karate curriculum to help Parkinson's disease patients. (
  • Elite Chicago-area high school soccer players navigate two worlds: The high school season and the club circuit. (
  • From the Chicago Board of Education to Amtrak to the Lincoln Park Zoo, here's a running list of closings, including schools and area universities. (
  • Chicago health care leader Dr. Eric Whitaker will work on turning around three Chicago area hospitals that were sold for $70 million this week to a Los Angeles-based company partly owned by the doctor, who is also a close friend of President Barack Obama. (
  • According to A Complete Hand-book of Standard Rules (1910), in Chicago Pool the lowest scorer "pays for the general refreshments", while the second-lowest scorer pays for the table. (
  • Chicago Opera Ballet is a Chicago dance company located in downtown Chicago and established in 1910. (
  • San Francisco Ballet was founded in 1933 as part of San Francisco Opera, while Chicago Ballet (with various names) was established in 1910 as part of Chicago Grand Opera Company. (
  • In River Park the river meets the North Shore Channel, a drainage canal built between 1907 and 1910 to increase the flow of the North Branch and help flush pollution into the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal. (
  • After the war, the facility became a commercial airport that the City of Chicago eventually developed into O'Hare International Airport. (
  • The show first aired April 24, 1984 and was hosted by popular Chicago broadcast journalist John Callaway for 15 years. (
  • Chicago Life was started in 1984 as a bimonthly independent magazine. (
  • In the late 1970s, Joe Shanahan, having experienced the art, music and dance culture in New York City, created a club to host creative acts in Chicago. (
  • Along with Detroit, the home of Motown, and Memphis, with its hard-edged, gritty performers (see Memphis soul), Chicago and the Chicago soul style helped spur the album-oriented soul revolution of the early 1970s. (
  • A variety of labels in the city during the 1960s and 1970s contributed to the Chicago soul sound, most notably Vee-Jay, Constellation Records, Chess Records, Mercury Records, OKeh, ABC-Paramount, One-derful, Brunswick and its Dakar Records subsidiary, and Curtis Mayfield's Curtom label. (
  • These acts have also been seen as important to the development of the post-hardcore genre, as well as for fusing the hardcore sound with influences from the late 1970s and early 1980s British post-punk scene This continues to influence current Chicago punk bands such as Rise Against and (early)Fall Out Boy. (
  • As the New York marathon began to grow exponentially in the 1970s, the Chicago Marathon was established as a rival to the New York City Marathon. (
  • With distinctly midwestern roots and a distinctive big-band sound, Chicago took the pop music world by surprise in the 1970s with their jazzy, full instrumental arrangements. (
  • Chicago Tonight is a television news program broadcast weeknights on WTTW in Chicago. (
  • On its website, "Chicago Tonight" publishes additional news stories and features written by staff reporters. (
  • Following the purchase, SportsChannel Chicago abruptly cancelled its daily sports news program The SportsChannel Report on August 10, resulting in the layoffs of ten staffers (including the program's veteran anchors Jim Blaney, Steve Kashul and Dyrol Joyner). (
  • Construction had been visibly slow, but it was not until the evening of Tuesday, April 25-two days before the fair was scheduled to open-that the news came out that Art Chicago was in trouble. (
  •,2720766&dq=chicago-star+newspaper+davis&hl=en Bill Mullen. (
  • Chicago Soccer News. (
  • Boyce sold the Chicago Ledger and The Saturday Blade, known together as Boyce's Big Weeklies, through a network of news boys. (
  • Follow the latest Chicago news, videos, and analysis from ABC News. (
  • debuted at the Chicago Theatre Downstairs on October 14, 2010, and continued recording and airing in six-week seasons through 2011. (
  • Cleopatra Cowley-Pendleton and Nathaniel Pendleton Sr. listen to President Barack Obama as he delivers remarks at Hyde Park Academy in Chicago. (
  • President Barack Obama will visit Chicago on Wednesday to campaign for Gov. Pat Quinn and will deliver a speech on Thursday at Northwestern University. (
  • By 1918, The Chicago Lighthouse trained and placed 46 people, both men and women, who were blind or visually impaired in competitive work. (
  • The channel was then rebranded as Fox Sports Net Chicago in 2000, as part of a collective brand modification of the FSN networks under the "Fox Sports Net" banner. (
  • Later double issues, such as Issue 38:01/02, Contemporary Indian Literatures (1992) and Issue 46:3/4, New Polish Writing (2000), established Chicago Review as a premier literary magazine for publishing literary translations. (
  • In December 2009, it was announced that longtime Chicago restaurant critic Dennis Ray Wheaton would be leaving his position and that Jeff Ruby would replace him. (
  • In 2012, longtime Chicago magazine senior writer Marcia Froelke Coburn left Chicago magazine to join Time Out Chicago as a contributing writer. (
  • Also in 2012, longtime Chicago magazine senior editor Nora O'Donnell left the magazine to join Playboy magazine in southern California as senior editor and research chief. (
  • While recording Chicago XI, longtime producer James William Guercio's smothering artistic control had reached its breaking point, with the band deciding to take their career into their own hands and strike out on their own after finishing the album with him. (
  • The Chicago Challenge was a golf tournament on the LPGA Tour from 1991 to 1994. (
  • The two shows featured on Chicago '94, recorded on June 18 and November 25 of 1994 at the UIC Pavilion, reveal a band in peak form - completely in sync, in good humor and confident that, if one of them fell, the other three would be there to catch them. (
  • Released in January 1970 on Columbia Records, Chicago was commercially successful. (
  • Released in January 1970 on Columbia Records, Chicago was an instant hit, reaching No. 4 on the Billboard 200 in the United States and No. 6 in the UK. (
  • In 1970, they were suspected for being involved in the murder of a black Chicago citizen named Joe Henson, but no charges were brought: a later feature article in the Chicago Reader alleged police and political coverup. (
  • name changed to Chicago, 1970. (
  • OKeh Records was a subsidiary of Columbia Records, but it produced a number of hits by Chicago artists, produced by A&R director Carl Davis in the company's Chicago office. (
  • Chicago Grand Opera Company's first ballet master was Luigi Albertieri (protégé of Enrico Cecchetti). (
  • In 2003, Chicago 13 was remastered and reissued by Rhino Records with a B-Side, featuring Dacus's "Closer to You" (an outtake from the Hot Streets sessions), and the 12-inch single mix of "Street Player" as bonus tracks. (
  • In Tracy, Steven C. Writers of the Black Chicago Renaissance. (
  • Writers of the Black Chicago Renaissance. (
  • They changed their name to the "Chicago Pythons" four weeks into the season. (
  • In the 1933-34 season Dick Hudson, who had previously managed the seminal Giles Post Legion and Savoy Big Five squads that had helped birth Abe Saperstein's Globetrotters, converted his Hottentots into the Chicago Crusaders as something of a travelling name for the Savoy Big Five. (
  • Late in the season the Crusaders were reported to have been "sidestepped" by the promoters of the Chicago World's Pro Tourney, which had been inaugurated the previous Spring & won by the Rens. (
  • The 2008 season saw the Chicago Slaughter suffer a slow start, going 2-3 in their first 5 games. (
  • In 2009, the Slaughter signed seven players from the Chicago Rush when the Arena Football League cancelled the 2009 season, including Donovan Morgan, Reggie Gray, Bobby Sippio, and eventual CIFL league MVP Russ Michna. (
  • The Chicago Slaughter averaged over 65 points per game and outscored their opponents by almost an average of 30 points per game, going 14-0 for the season. (
  • L. J. Castile Reggie Gray Jon Kowalyshen Russ Michna Donovan Morgan Jarrett Payton Matt Rahn Dennison Robinson Bobby Sippio Juice Williams Nick Cosentino Tim McManigal The following is a list of all Chicago Slaughter players who have won league Awards Note: Statistics are correct through the end of the 2013 CIFL season. (
  • Jon Seda left Chicago P.D. during its fourth season for Chicago Justice and returned to the former for its fifth season after the latter's cancellation. (
  • For the 1999 season, the club was renamed Chicago FC Sockers (or Chicago Sockers) and relegated itself to the amateur USL Premier Development League (PDL), considered the top national amateur league and the fourth tier in the pyramid. (
  • In March 2012, Steve Gordon purchased the territory rights based in Chicago as part of the first wave of expansion to begin play in the 2013 season. (
  • The post season was short lived, as the Chicago Wildfire fell to the Thunderbirds, ending their 2015 season. (
  • After their first season, the club was renamed the Chicago Shoccers. (
  • Chicago Concert is a live album by saxophonists James Moody and Gene Ammons recorded in Chicago in 1971 and released on the Prestige label. (
  • Another two-record set came in the form of a live album, Chicago at Carnegie Hall , released in 1971. (
  • On January 23, 1978, a few months after Chicago XI's release, Terry Kath, regarded by many as the "soul" of Chicago, accidentally and fatally shot himself during a party at roadie Don Johnson's house. (
  • The Chicago Crusaders were an all-black barnstorming basketball club whose history ran from 1933 through 1947. (
  • The Chicago Rush of the Arena Football League were based in Rosemont, and the Chicago Slaughter of the Indoor Football League are based in Hoffman Estates. (
  • On October 27, 2009, the Chicago Slaughter announced that it was moving to the Indoor Football League, a much larger and more national league. (
  • On February 1, 2013 Occupy Chicago will terminate its lease at 500 W. Cermak and continue on despite diminished interest/presence without an expensive indoor headquarters. (
  • The WCT Chicago is a defunct professional tennis tournament played on indoor carpet courts. (
  • Some secret plot is lurking in the ruins of Tokyo Bay District D, and to find it, Rei and Uozumi must join a privately funded hostage rescue organization run out of a Tokyo bar called Chicago. (
  • In 2012, it took over the duties of a prior organization, Art Chicago, which began in 1980. (
  • I. 1942 and 1951 the Chicago Slovaks won the Peter J. Peel Callenge Cup. (
  • James E. Bowman, MD, was the first tenured African American faculty member in medicine at the University of Chicago, a pioneer in genetics and bioethics and a teacher and mentor to many. (
  • The Chicago Bee or Chicago Sunday Bee was a Chicago-based weekly newspaper founded by Anthony Overton, an African American, for primarily African-American readers. (
  • Art Chicago was founded as an American version of the Art Basel contemporary art exposition in 1980. (
  • Chicago X is the eighth studio album, and tenth album overall, by the American band Chicago. (
  • Before censorship by the university administration, Chicago Review was an early and leading promoter of the Beat Movement in American literature. (
  • Through this issue, Chicago Review played a significant role in introducing Zen to the American public. (
  • Based on a story by Oscar Wilde, Bolm's "The Birthday of the Infanta" had music by Chicago composer John Alden Carpenter and decor by the American designer Robert Edmond Jones. (
  • Popular fronts: Chicago and African-American cultural politics, 1935-46. (
  • Chicago XXX is the twentieth studio album, and thirtieth album overall, by the American band Chicago, released on March 21, 2006. (
  • Chicago (sometimes referred to as Chicago II) is the second studio album and second double album by Chicago-based American rock band Chicago. (
  • The Chicago Condors were a very short-lived member of the American Basketball League (ABL). (
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  • Chicago Review is a literary magazine founded in 1946 and published quarterly in the Humanities Division at the University of Chicago. (
  • Chicago Review was founded in 1946 by two University of Chicago graduate students, James Radcliffe Squires and Carrolyn Dillard, in response to what they described as "an exaggerated utilitarianism on the college. (
  • The Chicago Star was a weekly publication, founded in 1946 and financed by Trade unions. (
  • This would be the last Chicago album to feature guitarist and founding member Terry Kath prior to his death in an accident with a gun just over four months later, and the last Chicago album to be produced by James William Guercio. (
  • Downtown Chicago pedway and cut-throughs (Chicago CartoGraphics) (2015) Chicago Detours: Current as of 2014 User friendly, free downloadable color printable pdf Pedway Map Chicago Pedway map and legend at City of Chicago as a PDF document (2013) Chicago Pedway maps made with 2010 (edited 2011) City of Chicago data and Pedway segment information at Chicago Pedway online map and high quality printable (2008? (
  • The city of Chicago lies in a broad plain which, hundreds of millions of years ago, was a great interior basin covered by warm, shallow seas. (
  • This measure is a permanent attack on public protest in the City of Chicago. (
  • However, when the City of Chicago specified that the old pilings be extracted and replaced by the new ones, the Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Company reported back that the old pilings were too close to the bridge tender's house, preventing proper removal without the risk of damaging or destroying the house. (
  • The City of Chicago then gave permission to install the new pilings 3.5 feet south of the old pilings. (
  • Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Co. sued the City of Chicago arguing that the city had failed to tell it about the existence of the tunnels. (
  • Chicago" is a poem by Carl Sandburg, about the U.S. city of Chicago. (
  • Then, as now, the city of Chicago was a hub of commodities trading, and a key financial center for agricultural markets. (
  • The Chicago Southland is the suburban region south and southwest of the City of Chicago, made up of approximately 62 municipalities. (
  • The typeface is named after the U.S. city of Chicago, following the theme of original Macintosh fonts being named after major world cities. (
  • Based on census data collected by the city of Chicago in 2008-2012, the poverty rate for Englewood is 46.6% of households below poverty and 28% of people 16 years of age and older are unemployed. (
  • Broadway is the only street in the city of Chicago that does not have a suffix. (
  • The City of Chicago contributed $250,000 and the majority funding came from the other donors. (
  • City of Chicago. (
  • In 1889, Hyde Park Township voted to be annexed into the City of Chicago. (
  • The Chicago River is a system of rivers and canals with a combined length of 156 miles (251 km) that runs through the city of Chicago, including its center (the Chicago Loop). (
  • The city of Chicago itself sits on the Chicago Plain, a flat plain that was once the bottom of ancestral Lake Chicago. (
  • North of the city of Chicago, there are steep bluffs and ravines that run along Lake Michigan. (
  • 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. (
  • University of Chicago Medicine cardiologist and heart failure expert Sara Kalantari, MD, explains heart failure, including symptoms, diagnoses, treatments and common misconceptions. (
  • University of Chicago researchers have developed the first truly accurate mouse model of celiac disease-a scientific breakthrough more than 20 years in the making. (
  • University of Chicago Medicine pediatric gastroenterologist Dr. Ritu Verma explains. (
  • The Maroons are the intercollegiate sports teams of the University of Chicago. (
  • On March 7, 1946 the University of Chicago withdrew from the Big Ten Conference. (
  • The tune was adapted from Miami University's "Marching Song" written in 1908 by Raymond H. Burke, a University of Chicago graduate who joined Miami's faculty in 1906. (
  • The University of Chicago committed $2 million, and Gigabit Squared will provide $5 million for the Gigabit Chicago project. (
  • Chicago Review exclusively published work by students and faculty members of the university until the Fall/Winter issue of 1953, when F.N. "Chip" Karmtaz assumed editorship of the magazine. (
  • Chicago Review became the subject of further controversy in 1959, when the University of Chicago prohibited editor Irving Rosenthal from publishing a winter issue that was to include Jack Kerouac's Sebastian Midnite, a thirty-page excerpt from William S. Burroughs's Naked Lunch and a thirty-page work by Edward Dahlberg. (
  • In the context of the ongoing nationwide conflict between traditional versus Beat fiction, the impact of the creation of Big Table was such that, as Thomas Pynchon recalled "'what happened at Chicago' became shorthand for some unimaginable subversive threat" among the literature college students at Cornell University Chicago Review often publishes special features within its issues. (
  • Notably, Philip Roth and Susan Sontag's work appeared in print for the first time in Chicago Review while they were both students at the University of Chicago. (
  • Chatham has stops at 79th Street (Chatham), 83rd Street (Avalon Park), and 87th Street (Woodruff) on Metra's Metra Electric commuter rail line, which provides daily service between downtown Chicago at Millennium Station and the southern destinations of University Park and Blue Island, as well as many CTA bus and train stops. (
  • he has taught voice and directed choirs at Luther College, the University of Chicago, and the University of Virginia. (
  • Some studies have suggested that people who take cholesterol-lowering drugs are less likely to have Alzheimer's disease, but our longitudinal findings found no relation between statin use and Alzheimer's,' stated study author Dr. Zoe Arvanitakis of Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. (
  • We will provide a platform of research for four junior faculty and cruise experience for nine undergraduate and six PhD students from three institutions (University of Chicago, Savannah State University, Scripps). (
  • Wyndham Lathem, 42, an associate professor at Northwestern University, and Andrew Warren, 56, are "at large" and suspects in the murder of a Chicago man, according to police. (
  • Since Chicago was one of the last major U.S. cities where cable television was still not widely available, Sportsvision initially operated as an over-the-air subscription service, broadcasting over WPWR each weeknight and on weekends. (
  • The Bee initially supported the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, which Owen supported, but later joined other publications including the Chicago Defender in opposing the union. (
  • Chicago" often refers to a variation of rotation pool in which the balls are initially placed in positions against the rails of the table. (
  • When the city we know today was initially founded in the 1830s, the land was swampy and most of the early building began on low dunes around the Chicago River's mouth. (