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Sansgêne Erik : Timeline Photos "As 'War of the Whales' makes convincingly clear, the connection between naval sonar and deadly mass strandings of whales is scientifically undeniable. A strong and valuable narrative." — Washington Post: http://wapo.st/1zuoDXc
We're excited to read the positive reviews from the Washington Post and the Chicago Tribune surrounding the new book "War of the Whales," which details NRDC's fight to protect whales and supports our court battle to save them from Navy sonar. Get your copy now: http://bit.ly/1zIXyQr FAMILY WILL FUCK YOU EVERY TIME
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Northwestern Alumni Association : Wildcat Nickname History | HailToPurple.com “The origin of Northwestern's nickname, Wildcats, is well-known. The name came from Wallace Abbey's famous 1924 Chicago Tribune article covering NU's close loss to the University of Chicago. The team appreciated Abbey's description of Northwestern as having played like wildcats, and eventually made it their nickname and mascot. Eventually, yes -- but when?” Read more: http://goo.gl/AENF7J.
More amazing stories showing why #NUIsTheBest at wewill.northwestern.edu/NUistheBest.
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Betty Boston : Timeline Photos Please like and share
July 23, 1915 - Hallie Almena Lomax, journalist and civil rights activist, was born in Galveston, Texas but raised in Chicago, Illinois. Lomax studied journalism at Los Angeles City College but was unable to get a job at a newspaper. In 1941, she started the Los Angeles Tribune, a weekly newspaper targeted at the African American community. The Tribune had a reputation for fearless reporting publishing articles about racism in the Los Angeles Police Department and at its peak had a circulation of 25,000. In 1946 Lomax won the Wendell L. Willkie Award for Negro Journalism for a column that challenged the stereotype of Black men’s sexual prowess. Lomax led boycotts of the movies “Porgy and Bess” and “Imitation of Life” because she thought they misrepresented African Americans. Lomax closed the Tribune in 1960. She died March 25, 2011.
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Schaumburg Toyota : VIDEO: Tribune reporter David Kidwell on red light ticket appeals And here's the final video explaining Chicago's red light tickets. Wow! Appeals went up dramatically at some of the red light camera intersections showing wild spikes in ticketing.
Watch the video: http://youtu.be/rSmLkZfZHc0
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Schaumburg Toyota : VIDEO: Tribune reporter David Kidwell explains the story 3 videos from the Chicago Tribune to explain... here's the first. The Tribune fights City Hall for every red-light ticket since 2007, and the data leads to a startling story.
Watch the video: http://youtu.be/IrZqLGqWV4M
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Andrea Shae-nanigans : Chicago Tribune http://my.chicagotribune.com/#section/-1/article/p2p-80868103/
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