Tuesday Apr 15
Chicago White Sox
Reinsdorf extols Jackie's influence in game
On the 67th anniversary of Jackie Robinson's breaking of the color barrier in Major League Baseball, White Sox chairman Jerry Reinsdorf recalled that the biggest question on April 15, 1947, was not the color of Robinson's skin, but rather: Could he play? "It was all about what kind of a ballplayer he was," said Reinsdorf, who grew up in Brooklyn as ... (more)
Mecca Flat Blues: Where Modernism Began in Chicago
It's the place where modernism took root in Chicago. The block on 34th Street between State and Dearborn streets was the site of the Mecca Flats, a square-block-size apartment building constructed in 1892 and demolished 60 years later.
Hometown News Daily
Live Aerialist Performance and Guest Olympian Pack Robinson High School
It was a full house at Robinson High School last night. Such a small local community came together to show their support for one of their own who came back for an amazing performance.