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Chicago, Illinois / The City #858686

CBS Evening News for Friday, Apr 27, 2007
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(Chicago: Katie Couric) How the phrase the "Windy City" came to be coined for Chicago in 1893 explained; clip shown from "The Blues Brothers."

(Chicago: Katie Couric) Chicago's past, present and future featured; scenes shown from around town now and then, including Senator John F. Kennedy speaking in his presidential election campaign and the unrest at the Democratic convention in 1968; details given about the city's politics and the city's ethnic diversity. [Former football player and coach Mike DITKA, analyst Douglas BRINKLEY, Mayor Richard DALEY - offer views on Chicago.] Chicago's bid for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games noted.

Couric, Katie

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