June 2008 Archives

The Tribune's Tempo section today teases to a map of "Obama's Chicago" they'll publish tomorrow that includes "where Barack first kissed his wife to-be."

Not a bad idea.

After all, I told you where the Obama kiss happened May 25, 2007. (It was outside the now-closed Baskin Robbins on 53rd St. in Hyde Park.)

And we had a map, too.

So, if you don't want to wait until Wednesday for last years news, click here.


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Chicago firefighter Scott McCorkle's Halligan Bar in Lincoln Park is a White Sox bar in the middle of Cubs Country.

If you know a Sox-fan friendly spot on the North Side, please share it with us here

Wrigley Field, previously known as Weeghman Park, was originally built in 1914 as the home field for . . . which team?

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Alan Peters won last week's quiz. He new Randolph Street was named after Randolph County, Ill.

Who is Randolph Street named after?

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What year was St. Sabina's cathedral built?

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Mark Konkol

Mark Konkol covers city neighborhoods for the Chicago Sun-Times. You can e-mail him or call (312) 321-2146.

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