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Daniel Burnham

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  • For Daley, democracy in doses

    Because I cover the conflict-ridden fields of architecture and urban planning, I've had more than my share of memorable run-ins — er, moments — with Mayor Richard Daley. None was more revealing than the interview that former Tribune reporter...
  • Larson's kind of town

    Larson's kind of town
    Chicago has been very good to Erik Larson, even though it greeted his latest visit with a nasty rain and temperatures more common to November than to mid-May, which was why we were talking in the bar of his downtown hotel rather than wandering city...
  • Old World landmark reborn in the Loop

    Old World landmark reborn in the Loop
    Hotel Burnham possesses an Old World style and grace that could put any modern-day skyscraper to shame. Designed by Daniel Burnham's firm and completed in 1895, the former Reliance Building is considered a predecessor to the skyscrapers of today with...
  • City dedicates library to former Mayor Daley

    City dedicates library to former Mayor Daley
    Chicago officials on Thursday continued the time-honored tradition of imprinting the city’s public buildings with the names of former leaders, dedicating the Richard M. Daley public library in the West Humboldt Park neighborhood. It could be the...
  • Navy Pier's zany past

    Navy Pier's zany past
    As Chicago waits for the latest renovation plans for Navy Pier, it is safe to say that whatever is unveiled, it won't be any wackier than what the pier already has seen in its 95 years. Navy Pier has been an entertainment venue, a university, a naval...
  • 5 fresh visions for Navy Pier

    5 fresh visions for Navy Pier
    Navy Pier is in store for a makeover, and the changes could be dramatic. On Tuesday, five teams of celebrated designers from Chicago and around the world will begin to unveil competing plans for remaking the public spaces of Illinois' most popular...
  • Making the best of a train stop

    Making the best of a train stop
    "America's Great Railroad Stations" Despite the best efforts of numerous government officials and agencies, American train travel is not what it used to be. That's the bad news. The good news is that there still are many people out there who...
  • Vision beyond the horizon helps Chicago's First Lady Cruises grow, succeed

    Vision beyond the horizon helps Chicago's First Lady Cruises grow, succeed
    Holly Agra tilts her head upward, letting sunlight settle on her face. She stills her fingers from fiddling with her iPhone. She gazes at the bridges and the current of the river, relishing the vista from the deck of Chicago's Leading Lady, the biggest...
  • Obama lacks vision? Good thing

    Obama lacks vision? Good thing
    Barack Obama was more assertive and combative in the second presidential debate Tuesday, but the inspiring orator of 2008 still had trouble painting a vivid picture of what his second term will look like. He wants to strengthen manufacturing and promote...
  • Lights, camera ... grammar!

    Lights, camera ... grammar!
    Diagraming sentences, it's fair to say, lacks the magic to stir men's blood. A documentary about diagraming sentences? Well, that's a horse of a different color. Minnesota couple David and Elizabeth O'Brien have big love and big plans for the...
  • When the mayor bulldozed an airport

     
    My thumbnail contribution to Daley Moments, a package in the Sunday Tribune ... The signature act of Richard Daley's 22 years in office was the midnight bulldozing of Meigs Field. I woke to the news the following morning, March 31,......