Category Archives: Chicago History
I woke up feeling pretty crappy this morning. If you heard me talk you’d probably confuse me for one of Marge’s sisters from The Simpsons. I like being in control of my mornings as I guess everyone does but today was … Continue reading
Someone should be held responsible for all the false information. Errors or not I want this book.
“Vivian Maier was born in New York in 1926 and lived in both France and New York growing up. By her mid twenties she was living permanently in the U.S. She lived with one family as a nanny in Highland … Continue reading
Complex is dipping below the radar to highlight up-and-coming graffiti artists for 2012. This is just one of my favorite out of the ten.
Everyday on my commute to and from work my son and I pass up the Martin Luther King Boys and Girls Club on Madison and Sacramento Blvd. A monumental mural of Martin Luther King has existed wrapped around the walls … Continue reading
While America has had it’s number of horrible events throughout history, here, the most catastrophic of events in American History are based on the number of deaths. September Nine Eleven-September 11th 2001, the Eastland Disaster-July 24th 1915, and the Titanic … Continue reading