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Riverwalk - Chicago  Un des arrêts du circuit à pied publié sur Urbainecity.com pour découvrir les oeuvres d'art et les bâtiments du Loop à Chicago.

Riverwalk - Chicago Un des arrêts du circuit à pied publié sur Urbainecity.com pour découvrir les oeuvres d'art et les bâtiments du Loop à Chicago.

Early years of Chicago's 'L' -- Chicago Tribune

As the "L" carried Chicagoans to work and home for the past 121 years, its girders and beams provided a rusty picture frame for the city's skyline and neighborhoods. Born of a simple idea -- getting commuters above congested street traffic -- the elevated rail line not only became emblematic of a no-nonsense industrial powerhouse, but also stitched Chicago together as the system branched into new neighborhoods.

Chicago Tribune Building IV – Tribune Tower

< --Previous Up Next–> Tribune Tower Competition Chicago Tribune Building IV – Tribune Tower Life Span: 1925-Present Location: 435 N. Michigan Ave. Architect: John Mead Howells and Raymond Hood Pictured Encyclopedia of the World’s Greatest Newspaper, 1928 How a Gothic Art was Molded into a Superb Tribune Home. Levying on the Best in Medieval Art and Modern […]

historic Chicago taverns

Rick Kogan completes his Top-10 list of the most storied taverns in the Chicago area, this week with Red Lion Pub, Cove Lounge, Shinnick's, York and Green Door.

The Maxwell Street market, looking toward Halsted Street, on Nov. 21, 1935, after city officials forced merchants to clear the sidewalks of their wares. They were still allowed to use the street.

In the shadow of the Loop's skyscrapers, there once was an open-air bazaar with sights, sounds and smells that seemed magically transported across time and space from some Old World village. The Maxwell Street market -- its principal thoroughfare was just south of Roosevelt Road on either side of Halsted Street -- was the ancestor of today's suburban flea markets. "There is the sharp odor of garlic, sizzling redhots, spoiling fruit, aging cheese, and the strong suspect smell of pickled…

Humble theaters become movie palaces – Chicago Tribune

Chicago was the birthplace of the opulent movie theaters that mirrored the golden age of the silver screen.