"I don’t recognize my own neighborhood," said writer Studs Terkel,
one of Chicago’s most distinctive literary voices for decades. He lives
on the North Side.
Tourists can take an elevator to the top of the Sears Tower, but it
takes a car to get to the company’s headquarters, which moved to the
suburbs in 1992. Company after company once synonymous with the city —
Montgomery Ward and Amoco, among them — has either died or moved out of
Mayor Daley said the following…kinda interesting – the 2 perspectives.
That was the mayor’s point when he talked about the decision to change Marshall Field’s to Macy’s.
“Things change,” Daley told reporters in September. “If you aren’t willing to accept change, then you stay in the past, and we’re never going to stay in the past in this city.”