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6 years ago
dmr37
no AC in those crowded cottages
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6 years ago
dmr37
RIP Forgotten Chicago Forum
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6 years ago
dmr37
"Linn Burton, for certain, your TV Ford man, at 3535 North on Ashland Avenue" Sunday morning ads for Burt Weinman Ford
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6 years ago
dmr37
I saw The Who in 1980 and REO and Rush in 1981 at the Amp.
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6 years ago
dmr37
What years was it running?
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6 years ago
dmr37
West Lawn Restruant at 63rd and Pulaski. Club El Bianco on 63rd near California.
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6 years ago
dmr37
How about Kroozin Music on Archer near California?
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6 years ago
dmr37
thanks for the link
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6 years ago
dmr37
I think the guy got married. Probably still honeymooning.
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6 years ago
dmr37
There was a Chicago Catholic Television Network broadcasting to schools in the mid 70s
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6 years ago
dmr37
A lot of old neighborhood pizza places moved to the SW suburbs to follow their customers - Palermos in Frankfort, Little Joes in Tinley and New Lenox, Chesdans in Homer Glen,... Didn't Giordanos start out at 63rd and California?
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6 years ago
dmr37
Goodman factory at 4800 south
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6 years ago
dmr37
Richard Stachowski Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I hung out there in the 70's. I knew all the > bartenders and many who also hung out. Any > questions? SHOOT! What was the name of the cross eyed blonde with the big feet who used to cry every time a Dean Martin song came on the Jukebox?
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6 years ago
dmr37
I think it had 32 lanes.
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6 years ago
dmr37
Meyers was on the east side of Kedzie between 58th and 59th
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6 years ago
dmr37
I was one of those little kids that flagged the cars into the parking lots on Halstead in the early 70s
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6 years ago
dmr37
I worked at Meyers Super Foods at 59th and Kedzie
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9 years ago
dmr37
Early 1970's .... Jerry's Corned Beef right around the corner from the John Hancock building. A tiny standup restaurant run by him and his brother. Thick hot corned beef on rye with swiss cheese a pickle and a bottle of beer ... yum ! At noon the line of people at the door extended a ways down the street to get in. I was warned by friends before I got in the door I better know exactly what I want
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9 years ago
dmr37
I remember Carey's Store at 44th and Normal. Also, Stella's Drugstore across the street from St. Gabriel's at 45th and Wallace. The place would be mobbed at lunchtime when all the kids went in for a hotdog and a small can of spaghetti-o's. Also Bowen's at 45th and Normal which had a bar that was so small there was only room for 2 stools. Then there was Angelo's that sold fresh meat on Wallace ne
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9 years ago
dmr37
R.I.P. Richard Crowe, famous Chicago Ghosthunter. He passed away June, 2012
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