Kup's Chicago: A many-faceted and affectionate portrait of Chicago

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Garrett County Press, Jan 1, 2012 - Travel - 258 pages
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Writing in the breezy style that made his syndicated Sun-Times column so widely read, Chicago's favorite newspaperman-about-town and TV personality presents his city as only he could know it. Kup's Chicago is a step back into a time of Daly the First, the supremacy of the Pump Room and three martini lunches. This is a grand and exuberant tour of the politics, literature, crime, football, business and art that made 50s and 60s Chicago the "City of Big Shoulders."
 

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Contents

1 Me and My Home Town
2 Capone to the Cardinal
3 Show Biz
4 Meet the Press the Publishers the Writers
5 Politicos
6 And in This Corner
7 Night Life Anyone?
8 Where Do We Eat?
9 Whats To See?
10 The Column Has a Heart
11 At Random
12 Parting Shorts
13 Search Words
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