Saturday, November 04, 2006
The historic home designed by architect Louis Sullivan and Dankmar Adler in 1888 at 600 w. Stratford Street in Chicago Illinois USA burned down at appx 2am today. About 8 hours later,a policeman on the scene noticed more smoke and the fire department had to be called in again.
1&2 Today the house was again a news story. A Channel 9 videographer grabs footage for the news.
The house in a similar view to when it was photographed over the summer.
3-Above,The house photographed in June 2006 after it was announced:
The house may be razed for new condos this year.
This noted frame house was built in 1888 for Canadian born insurance magnate George M.Harvey.Poised on a nice size lot at 600 w.Stratford Place in Lake View the owner has applied for a demolition permit and plans are in the works for the home to be replaced by 8 to 10 condos. (see our post here from June 25 2006)
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Harry Shearer Reading and Booksigning for Not Enough Indians at Borders Books on Michigan Avenue store
Harry Shearer Reading and Booksigning for Not Enough Indians
With Not Enough Indians, actor, writer, producer, and former Saturday Night Live cast member Harry Shearer joins the ranks of such comedian/authors as Steve Martin and Michael Palin, with a brilliantly funny, whip-smart satire of greed, collusion, distrust and betrayal in the halls of Washington and the casinos of Native America.
The event was at Borders Books Michigan Avenue store.
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Friday, November 03, 2006
Nina Hartley Booksigning for Nina Hartley’s Guide to Total Sex. Nina Hartley, sexual entertainer, activist, educator and registered nurse, shares for the very first time all of her experiences in an easy-to-use guide that will excite both the novice, the sexually experienced, and everyone in between. The event was at Borders Books in Chicago.
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Tuesday, October 31, 2006
Actress Ellen Burstyn
Booksigning for Lessons in Becoming Myself
Considered by many to be one of our greatest living actors, Burstyn now chronicles her extraordinary journey in both acting and life. In her revealing, eloquent, and inspirational memoir, one of our most gifted and admired actresses passes on the fruitful lessons she has learned from a lifetime of rich experience in her personal life, her career, and her spiritual quest.
Fans lined up during their lunch hour to meet the actress and have their book signed.
Autographed and personalized books make excellent holiday gifts!
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