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2015/07/23 18:33
2015/07/23 18:33
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The 1972 "Blue Marble" photo of Earth offered a previously unseen view of the world: A single image of the planet lit by the sun. In an instant, the image became iconic. Since that time, many...
2015/07/23 18:33
2015/07/23 18:33
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2015/07/23 02:13
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Elected in 1971 to the 22nd District of the Illinois House Represents 22nd District, and is speaker of the House Munich Olympics massacre; the last Apollo mission; President Nixon visits Moscow and...
2015/07/22 16:54
2015/07/22 16:54
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The library will offer a variety of programs (most in September and October 2015), including: • Dance and music entertainment at the Mexican Independence Day festival • Viewing and discussion of...
2015/07/18 20:12
2015/07/18 20:12
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While Mayor Rahm Emanuel has held the line on property taxes, revenue from other local taxes has climbed nearly 20 percent since he took office. A strengthening economy explains much of the surge....
2015/07/14 19:46
2015/07/14 19:46
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The highly anticipated novel by Harper Lee, author of "To Kill a Mockingbird," hit shelves Tuesday, but those in the Chicago area may have a tough time locating a copy — at least at a...
2015/07/10 22:13
2015/07/10 22:13
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Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Friday took another crack at launching a produce bus project that aims to bring fresh fruits and vegetables to parts of Chicago that lack them after a similar city-backed...
2015/07/04 17:39
2015/07/04 17:39
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When America's Librarians Went To War Looking back at the nationwide support for American troops in World Wars I and II, we see Americans of all stripes making patriotic contributions and sacrifices...
2015/07/23 18:33
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