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  • Lonely Planet Chicago (City Guide)

    • Author: Karla Zimmerman
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $18.99

    <B>Discover Chicago</B><BR><BR>Splash in Millennium Park's Crown Fountain, with its gargoyle-style video fountain<BR>Canvass West Loop galleries, Chicago's beachhead for contemporary arts<BR>Browse Wicker Park boutiques for vintage pillbox hats, graphic novels and Tortise CDs<BR>Score bleacher seats for the Cubs at Wrigley Field<BR><BR><B>In This Guide:</B><BR><BR>Three authors, 1800 research hours, 97 well-tested bars, clubs and concert halls<BR>Expanded coverage of Chicago's culinary scene, from gourmet hot dogs to celebrity chefs<BR>New itinerary Builder helps you choose your own adventure. For those folks who are holding bartending jobs in Florida this book is a great source of information about state in case that your clients are interested to get it.


  • Walking Chicago: 31 Tours of the Windy City's Classic Bars, Scandalous Sites, Historic Architecture, Dynamic Neighborhoods, and Famous Lakeshore

    • Author: Ryan Ver Berkmoes
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $19.95

    <P>Walk the streets of Chicago and discover why the town that brought us Michael Jordan, Al Capone, and Oprah is anything but a "Second City." Chicago's diverse neighborhoods represent a true melting pot of America--from Little Italy to Greektown, Chinatown to New Chinatown, and La Villita to the Ukrainian Village. It's also the most walkable city in the country, with flat streets laid out in a sensible grid and 21 miles of stunning lakeshore.</p> <P>Here you can get ethnic culture in Andersonville or high culture at the Art Institute, listen to the blues on the South Side or catch a ballgame on the North Side, and marvel at the Frank Lloyd Wright architecture in Oak Park or at nature's masterpiece along Lake Michigan.</P> <P>In Chicago, every neighborhood has a unique past, every character an intriguing story, and every side of the city is covered in this newest addition to the award-winning urban Walking series.</P> <P>The 31 walks include trivia about architecture, political gossip, and the city's rich history, plus where to dine, get the best deep-dish pizza, visit world-class museums, have a drink, and shop.</P> <P><i><b>"It would be a shame for anybody to set foot in Chicago without a copy of this lively, clear-eyed, amusing, and enlightening companion."</i></b> - Rick Kogan, <i>Chicago Tribune</I> columnist</p>. For those folks who are holding bartending jobs in Florida this book is a great source of information about state in case that your clients are interested to get it.


  • The Chicago World's Fair of 1893: A Photographic Record (Dover Architectural Series)

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    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $12.95

    Colossal spectacle preserved in 128 rare, vintage photographs with concise, fact-filled text: 200 buildings—79 of foreign governments, 38 of U.S. states; the original ferris wheel, first midway, Edison’s kinetoscope, much more. 128 black-and-white photographs. Captions. Map. Index.<br>. For those folks who are holding bartending jobs in Florida this book is a great source of information about state in case that your clients are interested to get it.


  • Julius Shulman: Chicago Mid-Century Modernism

    • Author: Gary Gand
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $60.00

    New and vintage photography of America’s modernist architectural mecca. A visionary artist who has achieved worldwide fame, Julius Shulman transformed architectural photography. From his earliest photographs to those taken today, his work demonstrates a profound sensitivity to and appreciation for the spaces in which people live. These spaces, as seen through his lens, are at once luminous and profoundly shadowed, becoming spaces of intrigue and extraordinary beauty into which the observer longs to enter. This volume focuses on Shulman’s Chicago work. This town is America’s First City of Architecture, and its modern architecture is the ideal subject for Shulman’s lens. Featured here are the elegantly modern Minsk House, designed by Keck & Keck in 1955; the 1960 Burton Frank House, a mid-century modern gem; architect Harry Weese’s inspired modernist home and studio of 1957; and many other modern masterpieces.. For those folks who are holding bartending jobs in Florida this book is a great source of information about state in case that your clients are interested to get it.


  • The Plan of Chicago: Daniel Burnham and the Remaking of the American City (Chicago Visions and Revisions)

    • Author: Carl Smith
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $12.00

    <DIV>Arguably the most influential document in the history of urban planning, Daniel Burnham’s 1909 <I>Plan of Chicago</I>, coauthored by Edward Bennett and produced in collaboration with the Commercial Club of Chicago, proposed many of the city’s most distinctive features. Carl Smith’s fascinating history reveals the <I>Plan</I>’s central role in shaping the ways people envision the cityscape and urban life itself.<BR><BR>His concise and accessible narrative begins with a survey of Chicago’s stunning rise from a tiny frontier settlement to the nation’s second-largest city. He then offers an illuminating exploration of the <I>Plan</I>’s creation and reveals how it embodies the renowned architect’s belief that cities can and must be remade for the better. Smith points out the ways the <I>Plan</I> continues to influence debates, even a century after its publication, about how to create a vibrant and habitable urban environment.<BR><BR>Richly illustrated and incisively written, this insightful book will be indispensable to our understanding of Chicago, Burnham, and the emergence of the modern city.<BR> <BR>“An imaginative, beautifully produced, and visually appealing masterpiece of stirring prose and stunning illustration. . . . Carl Smith’s book is a concise, splendidly accessible, and beautifully constructed introduction to a seminal work of American urban planning and its enduring influence on Chicago and other American cities.”—William Bryk, <I>New York</I> <I>Sun</I></DIV>. For those folks who are holding bartending jobs in Florida this book is a great source of information about state in case that your clients are interested to get it.


  • Zagat 2009/10 Chicago Restaurants: Celebrating 30 Years (Zagatsurvey: Chicago Restaurants)

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    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $14.95

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  • The Chicago Manual of Style

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    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $55.00

    The fifteenth edition of The Chicago Manual of Style is the most extensive revision in twenty years. The Manual--more comprehensive and easier to use than ever before--remains the essential reference for authors, editors, proofreaders, indexers, copywriters, designers, and publishers in any field. <P>Those who work with words know how dramatically publishing has changed in the past decade, with technology now informing and influencing every stage of the writing and publishing process. In creating the fifteenth edition of The Chicago Manual of Style, the renowned editorial staff of the University of Chicago Press drew on direct experience of these changes, as well as on the recommendations of the Manual's first-ever advisory board, composed of a distinguished group of scholars, authors, and professionals from a wide range of publishing and business environments. <P>Every aspect of coverage has been examined and brought up to date--from publishing formats to editorial style and method, from documentation of electronic sources to book design and production, and everything in between. In addition to books, The Chicago Manual of Style now also treats journals and electronic publications. All chapters are written for the electronic age, with advice on how to prepare and edit manuscripts online, handle copyright and permissions issues raised by new technologies, use the latest methods of preparing mathematical copy, and cite electronic and online sources. <P>A new chapter covers American English grammar and usage, outlining the grammatical structure of English, showing how to put words and phrases together to achieve clarity, and identifying common errors. The two chapters on documentation have been reorganized and updated: the first now describes the two main systems preferred by Chicago, and the second discusses specific types of sources and subject matter, with examples tailored to both systems. Coverage of design and manufacturing has been streamlined to reflect what writers and editors need to know about current procedures. And, to make it easier to search for information, each numbered paragraph throughout the Manual is now introduced by a descriptive heading. <P>What would become The Chicago Manual of Style began in the 1890s as a single sheet of typographic fundamentals, prepared by a proofreader at the University of Chicago Press as a guide for the University community. That sheet grew into a pamphlet, and the pamphlet grew into a book--the first edition of the Manual of Style, published in 1906. Nearly a century later the Manual is in use in homes and offices around the world. <P>Clear, concise, and replete with commonsense advice, the fifteenth edition of The Chicago Manual of Style offers the wisdom of a hundred years of editorial practice while including a wealth of new topics and updated perspectives. For anyone who works with words, in any medium, this continues to be the one reference book you simply must have. <P>What’s New in the Fifteenth Edition of The Chicago Manual of Style: <P>* Updated material throughout to reflect current style, technology, and professional practice <P>* New coverage of journals and electronic publications <P>* Comprehensive new chapter on American English grammar and usage by Bryan A. Garner (author of A Dictionary of Modern American Usage) <P>* Updated and rewritten chapter on preparing mathematical copy <P>* Reorganized and updated chapters on documentation, including guidance on citing electronic sources <P>* Streamlined coverage of current design and production processes, with a glossary of key terms <P>* New diagrams of the editing and production processes for both books and journals, keyed to chapter discussions <P>* Descriptive headings on all numbered paragraphs for ease of reference <P>* Companion website at Chicagomanualofstyle.org. For those folks who are holding bartending jobs in Chicago this book is a great source of information about state in case that your clients are interested to get it.


  • The Chicago Way (Vintage Crime/Black Lizard)

    • Author: Michael Harvey
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $13.95

    Private detective Michael Kelly is hired by his former partner to solve an eight-year old rape and battery case long gone cold. But when the partner turns up dead, Kelly enlists a team of his savviest colleagues to connect the dots between the recent murder and the cold case it revived: a television reporter whose relationship with Kelly is not strictly professional; his best friend from childhood, a forensic DNA expert; and an old ally from the DA's office. To close the case, Kelly will have to face the mob, a serial killer, his own double-crossing friends, and the mean streets of the city he loves.0Amazon.com ReviewAmazon Significant Seven, August 2007: Michael Harvey’s gritty debut, <i>The Chicago Way</i>, rips the classic crime novels of Raymond Chandler and Dashiell Hammett from their 30s origins and slams them like a brass fist into the teeth of modern-day Chicago. All of the pieces are here: Chandler’s Byzantine plots and tack-sharp dialogue; a smorgasbord of knuckle sandwiches to sate the die-hard Hammett fan; and a damaged dame (platinum blonde, natch), straight out of a James Cain roadside diner. Seemingly destined for noir greatness, The Chicago Way both respects its gnarled roots and catapults hardboiled crime fiction into a new century. <i>--Jon Foro</i> <p/><b>P.I. Michael Kelly's Chicago</b><br/> So where does a detective go to quench his thirst in the Windy City? The author offers Kelly's top five places to get a pint. <p/> <center> <image border="0" src="http://g-ec2.images-amazon.com/images/G/01/books/promos/a-plus/chicago_harvey_02a.jpg"/> <image border="0" src="http://g-ec2.images-amazon.com/images/G/01/books/promos/a-plus/chicago_harvey_01a.jpg"/> </center> <p/><b>1. The Hidden Shamrock, 2723 North Halsted Street</b><br/> Best pint of Guinness in the city. Besides, Kelly knows the owners. <p/><b>2. Celtic Crossings, 751 North Clark Street</b><br/> A print of James Joyce’s death mask hangs in a frame behind the bar. Around closing, it’s the liveliest-looking thing in the place. <p/><b>3. Billy Goat Tavern, 430 North Michigan Avenue, Lower Level</b><br/> A Chicago legend. And a good place to eavesdrop on the ink-stained wretches that make a living out of other people’s misfortune, also known as newspaper reporters. (Learn more about the Billy Goat when Kelly drops in for a drink in his second novel, due out in 2008.) <p/><b>4. Hopleaf Bar, 5148 North Clark Street</b><br/> Beer in three hundred different flavors. Need we say more? <p/><b>5. Coq D’Or inside the Drake Hotel, 140 East Walton Place</b><br/> Old school Chicago. Order an Executive Martini, made with eight ice cubes and poured from a brandy snifter. Then find yourself a cab home. <br/><br/> <hr class="bucketDivider" noshade="true" size="1">. For those folks who are holding bartending jobs in Chicago this book is a great source of information about state in case that your clients are interested to get it.


  • A Long Way From Chicago (Puffin Modern Classics)

    • Author: Richard Peck
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $6.99

    Join Joey and his sister Mary Alice as they spend nine unforgettable summers with the worst influence imaginable—their grandmother!. For those folks who are holding bartending jobs in Chicago this book is a great source of information about state in case that your clients are interested to get it.


  • Organizing Schools for Improvement: Lessons from Chicago

    • Author: Anthony S. Bryk, Penny Bender Sebring, Elaine Allensworth, Stuart Luppescu, John Q. Easton
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $28.00

    <DIV><DIV><P style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt">In 1988, the Chicago public school system decentralized, granting parents and communities significant resources and authority to reform their schools in dramatic ways. To track the effects of this bold experiment, the authors of <I>Organizing Schools for Improvement</I> collected a wealth of data on elementary schools in Chicago. Over a seven-year period they identified one hundred elementary schools that had substantially improved—and one hundred that had not. What did the successful schools do to accelerate student learning?</P><P style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt"> </P><P style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt">The authors of this illuminating book identify a comprehensive set of practices and conditions that were key factors for improvement, including school leadership, the professional capacity of the faculty and staff, and a student-centered learning climate. In addition, they analyze the impact of social dynamics, including crime, critically examining the inextricable link between schools and their communities. Putting their data onto a more human scale, they also chronicle the stories of two neighboring schools with very different trajectories. The lessons gleaned from this groundbreaking study will be invaluable for anyone involved with urban education.</P></DIV></DIV>. For those folks who are holding bartending jobs in Chicago this book is a great source of information about state in case that your clients are interested to get it.