2600 Block of Halsted c1987
Thanks Alan. Now I don't have to go!
As an artist that upset me terribly. Now I have to look at the Chicago Art Museum scene from Ferris Bueller's Day Off to get my creative Zen back.
I felt that was a tour led by Rudy.
Hostess, I could make one of the Chicago Art Institute. I've been there more times than I can count. Lot's of photos. As for it being too fast, that's what the pause button is for. Knowing how short the American attention span is, I know that I have to make short, very short, videos.
I'll settle for lunch with Abe Froman-Sausage King of Chicago.
One of the most heinous and gruesome crimes in the history of Chicago involves a murdered wife and a man who made sausage. Although this crime took place in the late 1800s, it is still talked about and murmured about among those who study crime in Chicago. No one can look at a sausage or hot dog and not wonder what is in the encased meat. In the case of Adolph Luetgert, it may have been his wife Louisa.On May 1, 1897 Louisa vanished. As the police continued to investigate they learned a shocking thing. They found out that Louisa was seen entering Adolph's factory on the day she vanished. The sighting was confirmed by a watchman at the factory. The police then found out that Adolph had purchased arsenic and potash just the day before the supposed murder. With that thought, the police reached a shocking conclusion: that Adolph had murdered Louisa, boiled her in acid and then used a factory furnace to burn whatever remained.More here (http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/6072516-chicagos-true-crime-stories-the-sausage-king-murders-his-wife)
Why is the overture from Sweeney Todd running through my head right now?
I thought for sure Alicia was going pose in the end instead it was Mark. Oh well... Thanks for the tour. i think I've been there back in the 70s when I spent five days there.
Art....it does a body good!! Consider that your art therapy for the week!
I think Alicia should have gone to the museum also.
Garrett, I am not spending good money buying a plane ticket for an imaginary woman to fly to Boston and go to the museum.