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Salon: Timothy Denevi- Hunter S. Thompson in Chicago, 1968: ‘The Battle For The Democratic Party’s Soul’

Source: The New Democrat If 1967 was the summer of love, then 1968 was the summer of discontentment, revolution, upheaval, whatever other big words that you prefer to voice a national unhappiness with the country and how things were going. … Continue reading

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ABC Sports: Portrait of Willie Mays

  You can argue about who is the best all around center fielder of all-time. Willie Mays, from the San Francisco Giants, or Mickey Mantle from the New York Yankees. And there wouldn’t be anyone else that I would consider … Continue reading

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CBS News: ‘The Tenement- Life In Chicago’s Black Ghetto (1967)’

“One in this series of irregularly scheduled in-depth reports. This program focuses on the lives of nine families living in a dilapidated tenement on Chicago’s south.” From CBS News At risk of sounding political, but I’ll also be factual here, what … Continue reading

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Bloodletters and Badmen: Mobsters- Anthony Spliotro: The Enforcer of Las Vegas

“The Life & Death of Anthony Spilotro.” From Bloodletters & Badmen Tony Spilotro was one of the worst pieces of garbage (and I’m being nice here) that was ever produced by the Italian Mafia. I’m not even sure he cared about … Continue reading

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NBC Sports: NBA 1991-NBA Finals-Game 1-Los Angeles Lakers @ Chicago Bulls: Full Game

“Rewatch or discover the 1991 NBA Finals, Michael Jordan MVP. With Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, Horace Grant vs James Worthy, Vlade Divac, Magic Johnson.” From Post UP Game 1 of the 1991 NBA Finals between the Los Angeles Lakers and Chicago … Continue reading

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Unforgettable Bulls: NBA 1992- Portland Blazers @ Chicago Bulls: Full Game

“1991/92 POR CHI 03-01-92.” From Unforgettable Bulls What was supposed to be a preview of the 1992 NBA Finals, as this game turned out to be between the Blazers and Bulls, was also a blowout. The Blazers of the late 1980s … Continue reading

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Falcon Crest Blog: The Phil Donahue Show- Lana Turner in 1982

“In this 1982 Interview on the “Phil Donahue Show” Lana Turner talks about her appearance on Falcon Crest and about the feud between her and Jane Wyman. Sorry about the bad audio quality. Find more recent information about the Cast … Continue reading

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NBC Sports: MLB 1984-GOW-Detroit Tigers @ Chicago White Sox: Jack Morris No Hitter

  Source: The New Democrat Here’s one example of why Jack Morris should be in the MLB Hall of Fame. Because when he was on, he could be very dominant, because he threw hard and then throw in his devastating forkball … Continue reading

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Anita Lande: Video: Cherrie Currie in Concert in Chicago 2013, Cherry Bomb

. This post was originally posted at FRS Real Life Journal on WordPress I’ll be real honest and say that I’m not that familiar with Cherie Currie other than I know she’s friendly with Joan Jett and they perform together. … Continue reading

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Mitch: Video: Chicago 1968: The Democratic Convention

. This post was originally posted at FRS FreeStates on WordPress 1968 is when the Democratic Party changed and no longer became a Northeastern progressive party with a Southern coalition. Made up of people who basically make up the Religious-Right … Continue reading

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