- JudyJudy Cohen, born 1939, U.S. artist, author, and educator.
- a city in NE Illinois, on Lake Michigan: second largest city in the U.S.
- a river formed in Chicago that flows through downtown and, as engineered, to the Des Plaines River: part of the Illinois Waterway.
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Kulash moved out to Chicago to be with them and OK Go was officially born.
For OK Go, the four-piece band from Chicago, mainstream success started with eight treadmills and a choreographed dance routine.
Then the two hopped in a car and “drove around Chicago like lunatics,” Wald remembered.How Richard Pryor Beat Bill Cosby and Transformed America
David Yaffe, Scott Saul
December 10, 2014
Because when I did Chicago I had to make changes, make cuts from the original musical, and I heard nothing!Rob Marshall Defends ‘Into the Woods’
December 9, 2014
Here are just a few of the most egregious uses of lethal force by Chicago police.Chicago’s Cops Don’t Even Get Investigated for Shooting People in the Back
December 5, 2014
Historical Examples of chicago
And, for the unaesthetic but effective Attila, an able fashioner of pork products from Chicago.
Unlike Mlle. Higbee, she has not the father from Chicago nor elsewhere.
Sure enough—they were in Chicago and had dinner with us on their way out.
I dined with one last night, a sugar-cured ham magnate from Chicago.
Chicago Red grinned with cheerful acceptance of the issue in such an encounter.Within the Law
- a port in NE Illinois, on Lake Michigan: the third largest city in the US; it is a major railway and air traffic centre. Pop: 2 869 121 (2003 est)
town founded in 1833, named from a Canadian French form of an Algonquian word, either Fox /sheka:ko:heki "place of the wild onion," or Ojibwa shika:konk "at the skunk place" (sometimes rendered "place of the bad smell"). The Ojibwa "skunk" word is distantly related to the New England Algonquian word that yielded Modern English skunk (n.). Related: Chicagoan.