The last job I applied for was to be a bus driver for the Chicago Transit Authority in 1957.
At Chicago Hope they have a technical staff that works real hard to make that O.R. as realistic as possible.
Being Irish was a big thing for me, particularly growing up in Chicago.
So I went to Chicago in 1940, I think, '41, and the photographs that I made there, aside from fashion, were things that I was trying to express in a social conscious way.
My uncle was the town drunk - and we lived in Chicago.
Living in Dallas, I root for the Mavericks and the Stars and the Cowboys, but I've always pulled for the Chicago Cubs. I enjoy watching them play.
I decided I would go to Chicago and try my luck as a writer after those eight months as a fireman.
And then when I went to Chicago, that's when I had these outer space experiences and went to the other planets.
I'm going to go out and try to be the best player I can be and help the Chicago Bears win.
I don't mean to toot my own horn, but if Jesus Christ lived in Chicago today, and he had come to me and he had five thousand dollars, let's just say things would have turned out differently.
Coming from Chicago, I like a white Christmas.
I live and die with the Chicago Cubs
In the days and months I spent walking through the various communities of this city, I found that Chicago did not work for everyone, however.
I pledge tonight to be Mayor for all of the people of this city - for one Chicago.
I met my wife, Margaret L. Mack, at the University of Chicago. We were married in 1936. She died in 1970.
In 1958, I came to Chicago where I have remained.
The Chicago Symphony is considered the greatest orchestra in the world.
I worked hard learning harmony and theory when I was growing up in Chicago in the 1920s.
I was knocked out by the show, Chicago.
I've been proud to be a lifelong Chicago Cub and still be with the Cubs. That's always been important to me and I think it's always been special
You feel like an ant contemplating Chicago.
Back in Chicago, all we cared about was rock 'n' roll and staying out of the army.
I was assigned to the heavy cruiser Chicago.
In 1980, I moved to Chicago, and I recorded demo tapes for my friends' bands, and in 1981, the first Big Black record - the first thing I did that was an actual record.
I didn't realize it was October until I saw the Chicago Cubs choking.
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