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    “Chicago is a town, a city that doesn’t ever have to measure itself against any other city. Other places have to measure themselves against it. It’s big, it’s outgoing, it’s tough, it’s opinionated, and everybody’s got a story.” —Anthony Bourdain, celebrity chef and author  Illinois: A Long Way From Chicago – Richard Peck (J) Indiana: A Cardinal […]
  • Inland May 7, 2021
    This month the Monday Evening Book Group discussed Inland by Téa Obreht. Inland weaves together two narratives born from the history of the American West. One follows Lurie, an orphan who is haunted by the desires of his dead companions, but finds a chance for a new life with the American Camel Corps. The other follows Nora, who […]