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Chicago - Notable Historical Events

Abraham LincolnMay 16, 1860

Benjamin HarrisonJun 25, 1888

Daniel WilliamsJan 23, 1889

Theodore RooseveltJun 18, 1912

Walter JohnsonDec 4, 1914

Red GrangeNov 21, 1925

Babe RuthAug 16, 1927

Al CaponeFeb 14, 1929

FDRJul 1, 1932

Aaron CoplandOct 9, 1938

Joe LouisDec 16, 1940

Jackie RobinsonMar 18, 1942

Tennessee WilliamsDec 26, 1944

Paul HarveyFeb 6, 1951

Rocky MarcianoMay 15, 1953

Ernie BanksSep 17, 1953

Mickey MantleJun 5, 1955

Richard NixonJul 27, 1960

Fran TarkentonSep 17, 1961

Wilt ChamberlainJan 13, 1962

Gale SayersDec 12, 1965

Martin Luther KingJan 17, 1966

Bobby OrrDec 14, 1968

Stan MusialJun 29, 1969

Hank GreenbergAug 23, 1972

Nate ThurmondOct 18, 1974

Ted KaczynskiNov 15, 1979

John Wayne GacyMar 12, 1980

Reggie JacksonAug 11, 1980

Mike DitkaDec 2, 1985

Michael JordanFeb 26, 1987

Andre DawsonApr 29, 1987

Deion SandersMay 22, 1990

Jane GeddesAug 21, 1994

Sammy SosaMay 16, 1996

Dennis RodmanJan 15, 1997

Phil JacksonDec 23, 1997

Catherine Zeta JonesDec 27, 2002

Nicole KidmanMar 23, 2003

Moises AlouOct 14, 2003

Greg MadduxFeb 18, 2004

Peyton ManningFeb 4, 2007

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Chicago - Historical Events
Date Event
1674-12-04

Father Marquette builds 1st dwelling in what is now Chicago

1772-06-06

Haitian explorer Jean Baptiste-Pointe Dusable settles Chicago

1773-03-12

Jeanne Baptiste Pointe de Sable found settlement now known as Chicago

1830-08-04

Plans for city of Chicago laid out

1833-08-10

Chicago incorporates as a village of about 200

1833-08-12

Chicago is founded.

1835-08-18

Last Pottawatomie Indians leave Chicago

1837-03-04

Chicago becomes incorporated as a city.

1847-06-10

Chicago Tribune begins publishing

1848-06-10

1st telegraph link between NYC & Chicago

1851-01-28

Northwestern University (Chicago) chartered

1860-05-16

-18] Chicago: Republican convention selects Abraham Lincoln as candidate

1865-04-20

Chicago's Crosby Opera House opens

1866-11-30

Work begins on 1st US underwater highway tunnel, Chicago

1866-12-06

Chicago water supply tunnel 3,227 m into Lake Michigan completed

1868-05-20

Republican National Convention, meets in Chicago, nominates Grant

1869-06-08

Ives W McGaffey of Chicago patents 1st vacuum cleaner

1871-10-07

16-hour fire injures 30 of Chicago's 185 firefighters

1871-10-08

Great Fire kills 200, destroys over 4 square miles (10 square km) of Chicago buildings, & original Emancipation Proclamation

1871-10-11

Great Chicago Fire is finally extinguished after 3 days, 300 killed

1871-10-30

Phila Athletics beat Chicago for 1st Natl Association baseball pennant

1873-01-11

1st livestock market newspaper published, Drover's Journal, Chicago

1875-05-12

1st recorded shutout in pro baseball, Chicago 1, St Louis 0

1876-02-02

Baseball's National League forms with teams in Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, Hartford, Louisville, New York, Philadelphia, St Louis

1876-04-25

Chicago Cubs 1st NL game, beats Louisville 4-0 (1st NL shutout)

1879-08-12

1st National Archery Association tournament (Chicago)

1881-09-18

Chicago Tribune reports on a televideo experiment

1881-09-27

Chicago Cubs beat Troy 10-8 before record small "crowd" of 12

1882-05-20

Henrik Ibsen's "Ghosts" (Gengangere) premieres in Chicago

1882-10-06

1st World Series game, Cincinnati (AA) beats Chicago (NL) 4-0

1882-10-07

1st World Series (game 2), Chicago (NL) beats Cincinnati (AA) 2-0

1883-03-24

1st telephone call between NY & Chicago

1883-06-02

Chicago's "El" opens to traffic

1884-05-01

Construction begins on Chicago 1st skyscraper (10 stories)

1886-05-04

Haymarket riot in Chicago; bomb kills 7 policemen

1886-10-23

St Louis Browns win World Championship by beating Chicago 4-3 in 10

1887-11-30

1st indoor softball game (Chicago)

1888-06-25

Republican Convention in Chicago nominates Benjamin Harrison

1888-10-20

Chicago & All America baseball teams play exhibition in Auckland, NZ

1889-01-23

Daniel Williams forms Provident Hospital in Chicago

1889-04-01

1st dishwashing machine marketed (Chicago)

1889-05-01

2nd International Congress calls for 1st International Workers Day 1st May 1890 to mark protests in Chicago in 1886

1889-11-17

Union Pacific begins daily through service, Chicago-Portland & SF

1889-12-09

President Harrison visits opening of Chicago Auditorium

1890-01-25

National Afro-American League forms in Chicago

1890-06-09

Opera "Robin Hood" premieres in Chicago

1891-04-01

The Wrigley Company is founded in Chicago, Illinois.

1892-06-06

Chicago South Side Elevated Railroad opens (1st 3.6 miles)

1892-10-01

University of Chicago opens

1892-10-18

1st commercial long-distance phone line opens (Chicago-NY)

1893-01-01

1st US college extension courses for credit, Univ of Chicago

1893-01-02

World's Columbian Exposition opens in Chicago [or 0501]

1893-05-01

World Columbian Exposition opens in Chicago

1893-05-31

Whitcomb Judson, Chicago, patents a hookless fastening (zipper)

1893-06-21

1st Ferris wheel premieres (Chicago's Columbian Exposition)

1893-07-24

For only time in history of US Tennis championships, an event is held off the Eastern seaboard. Men's double championship in Chicago

1893-09-11

Shaku Soen is 1st Zen teacher to visit the West (Chicago)

1894-01-08

Columbus World's fair in Chicago destroyed by fire

1894-01-27

1st college basketball game, University of Chicago beats Chicago YMCA 19-11

1894-07-06

Cleveland sends 2,000 troops to Chicago to suppress Pullman strike

1894-07-20

2000 fed troops recalled from Chicago, having ended Pullman strike

1894-12-25

1st midwestern football team to play on west coast, University of Chicago defeats Stanford 24-4 at Palo Alto, CA in football

1895-02-04

1st rolling lift bridge opens, Chicago

1896-11-26

A A Stagg of U Chicago creates American football huddle

1897-06-29

Chicago beats Louisville 36-7 (baseball)

1897-09-17

3rd US Golf Open: Joe Lloyd shoots a 162 at Chicago GC in Wheaton Ill

1897-10-21

Yerkes Observatory of University of Chicago is dedicated

1898-06-07

Social Democracy of America party holds 1st national convention, Chicago

1899-02-20

Ill Tel & Tel granted franchise for Chicago freight tunnel system

1900-01-29

American League organized in Buffalo, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Milwaukee & Minneapolis

1900-03-16

AL meets in Chicago, Ban Johnson announces that an AL team will be in

1900-03-16

Chicago, KC, Minn, Milwaukee, Indianapolis, Detroit, Cleve & Buffalo

1900-10-05

6th US Golf Open: Harry Vardon shoots a 313 at Chicago GC Ill

1901-05-01

Detroit Tigers commit 12 errors against Chicago White Sox

1901-05-09

Cleve's Earl Moore no-hits Chicago White Sox 9 inn but loses in 10th 4-2

1901-08-10

Chicago White Sox Frank Isbell strands record 11 teammate base runners

1902-01-08

1st National Bowling Championship held (Chicago, Ill)

1902-03-04

American Automobile Association (AAA) founded in Chicago

1902-09-20

Chicago White Sox Jim Callahan no-hits Detroit Tigers, 3-0

1903-05-06

Chicago White Sox commit 12 errors against Detroit Tigers

1903-09-18

Phillies' Chick Fraser no-hits Chicago Cubs, 10-0

1903-12-30

Electric arc lamp sets fire to Iroquois theater in Chicago leaving 602 dead in one of the deadliest blazes in American history

1904-01-28

1st college sports letters given to Seniors who played on University of Chicago's football team are awarded blankets with letter "C" on them

1904-01-29

1st athletic letters given (Univ of Chicago football team)

1904-08-17

Boston's Jesse Tannehell no-hits Chicago White Sox, 6-0

1905-01-17

Punchboards patented by Charles Brewer & C G Scannell, Chicago

1905-02-23

Rotary Club International formed by 4 men in Chicago

1905-05-05

Robert S Abbott published 1st issue of newspaper "Chicago Defender"

1905-06-11

Penns Railroad debuts fastest train in world (NY-Chicago in 18 hrs)

1905-06-13

NY Giant Christy Mathewson 2nd no-hitter, beats Chicago Cubs, 1-0

1905-08-24

Chicago Cubs beat Phillies 2-1 in 20 innings

1905-09-06

Chicago White Sox Frank Smith no-hits Detroit Tigers, 15-0

1905-09-27

Boston's Bill Dinneen no-hits Chicago White Sox, 2-0

1906-05-25

After 20 straight wins, Boston Pilgrims lose to Chicago White Sox 3-0

1906-06-07

Chicago Cubs score 11 in 1st inning, beating NY Giants 19-0

1906-08-02

Chicago White Sox begin AL record 19 game win streak

1906-08-15

1st freight delivery tunnel system begins, underneath Chicago

1906-08-23

Chicago White Sox win 19th straight, beating Wash Senators

1906-10-04

Chicago Cubs win their 116th game (116-36 .763) of year

1906-10-14

All Chicago World Series, 1st AL victory, White Sox win 4 games to 2 Cubs losers share of $439.50 is lowest for World Series

1907-05-26

Chicago White Sox Ed Walsh no-hits NY Highlanders, 8-1 in 5 inning game

1908-05-21

1st horror movie (Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde) premieres in Chicago

1908-06-16

The Republican Party convenes in Chicago where President Roosevelt picks William H. Taft as his successor

1908-09-20

Chicago White Sox Frank Smith 2nd no-hitter, beats Phila 1-0

1909-10-08

Chicago Cubs beat NY Giants 4-2 in a playoff to win NL pennant

1910-04-20

Cleve Indians Addie Joss 2nd no-hitter, beats Chicago, 1-0

1910-07-01

Chicago's Comiskey Park opens - St Louis Browns beat White Sox 2-0

1910-07-10

Chicago White Sox Comiskey Park opens, visiting Browns win 2-0

1910-10-23

Phila A's beat Chicago Cubs 4 games to 1 in 7th World Series

1911-06-24

17th US Golf Open: John McDermott shoots a 307 at Chicago GC in Ill

1911-08-27

Chicago White Sox Ed Walsh no-hits Boston, 5-0

1912-06-18

The Chicago national Republican Convention splits between President Taft and Theodore Roosevelt; after Taft is nominated, Roosevelt and progressive elements of the Party form the Progressive Party (also known as the 'Bull Moose Party')

1912-07-18

Chicago Cubs get 21 hits but lose to Philadelphia Phillies in 11 innings

1913-09-09

Association for Study of Negro Life & History organizes in Chicago

1913-12-29

1st movie serial, "Adventures of Kathlyn," premieres in Chicago

1914-02-01

NY Giants & Chicago White Sox play an exhibition baseball game in Egypt

1914-05-31

Chicago White Sox Joe Benz no-hits Cleve Indians, 6-1

1914-12-04

Walter Johnson accepts money from Federal League Chicago Whales Clark Griffith threatens to take Johnson to court

1915-05-25

Chicago Claude Hendrix no-hits Pitts (Federal League), 10-0

1915-08-31

Chicago White Sox Jimmy Lavender no-hits NY Giants, 2-0

1915-09-07

St Louis Dave Davenport no-hits Chicago (Federal League), 3-0

1916-04-20

Weeghman Park (Wrigley Field) in Chicago opens, Cubs beat Cin Reds 7-6

1916-04-30

Chicago Cubs play 1st game at Weeghman Park (Wrigley Field) beat Reds

1917-04-14

Chicago White Sox Ed Cicotte no-hits St Louis Browns, 11-0

1917-05-05

St Louis Brown Ernie Koob no-hits Chicago White Sox, 1-0

1917-05-06

St Louis Brown Bob Groom no-hits Chicago White Sox, 3-0

1917-06-07

Melvin Jones and a number of other Chicago businessmen found Lions Clubs International, now the largest service organization in the world

1917-10-15

Chicago White Sox beat NY Giants, 4 games to 2 in 14th World Series

1918-08-24

Chicago Cubs, win earliest pennent ever (season ended Sept 2)

1918-09-11

Boston Red Sox beat Chicago Cubs, 4 games to 2 in 15th World Series

1919-06-03

Liberty Life Insurance Co (Chicago) organized by blacks

1919-07-13

Chicago White Sox pitcher Carl Mays walks off mound blaming teammates for lack of support afield

1919-07-21

Dirigible crashes through bank skylight killing 13 (Chicago, Ill)

1919-07-27

Chicago race riot (15 whites & 23 blacks killed, 500 injured)

1919-08-18

Anti-Cigarette League of America forms in Chicago Illinois

1919-08-23

"Gasoline Alley" cartoon strip premieres in Chicago Tribune

1919-08-31

John Reed forms American Communist Labor Party in Chicago

1919-09-02

Communist Party of America organizes in Chicago

1919-12-10

NY, Boston, & Chicago, oppose AL resolution accusing Ban Johnson of overstepping his duties

1920-02-14

League of Women Voters forms in Chicago

1920-06-12

Farmer Labor Party organized (Chicago)

1920-09-22

Chicago grand jury convenes to investigate charges that 8 White Sox players conspired to fix the 1919 World Series

1920-10-10

Phoenix Cardinals (then in Chicago) play 1st NFL game, a 0-0 tie

1920-10-17

Chicago Bears (as Decatur Staleys) play 1st NFL game, win 7-0

1920-10-23

Chicago grand jury indicts Abe Attell, Hal Chase, & Bill Burns as go-betweens in Black Sox World Series scandal

1921-07-18

Black Sox trial begins in Chicago

1921-08-02

Chicago jury brings in not guilty verdict against the Black Sox

1921-08-03

Due to a technicality, 8 Chicago White Sox accused in Black Sox scandal are acquited, however Landis throws them out of baseball

1921-10-10

NFL Decatur Staleys become Chicago Staleys, win 14-10

1922-04-30

Chicago White Sox Charles Robertson perfect games Detroit Tigers, 2-0

1922-05-01

Charlie Robertson of Chicago pitches a perfect no-hit, no-run game

1922-06-24

AFPA changes name to NFL, Chicago Staleys become Chicago Bears

1922-10-01

Former Chicago Staleys play 1st NFL game as Chicago Bears, win 6-0

1924-03-28

WGN-AM in Chicago IL begins radio transmissions

1924-04-11

WLS-AM in Chicago IL begins radio transmissions

1924-04-19

"National Barn Dance" premieres on WLS Chicago

1924-05-22

In Chicago, Nathan Leopold & Richard Loeb kidnap Robert Franks

1924-11-10

Dion O'Banion, leader of the North Side Gang is assassinated in his flower shop by members of Johnny Torrio's gang, sparking the bloody gang war of the 1920s in Chicago.

1925-04-18

World's Fair opens in Chicago

1925-11-21

Red Grange plays final Univ of Illinois game, signs with Chicago Bears

1926-09-25

NHL grants franchises to Chicago Black Hawks & Detroit Red Wings

1926-11-17

NHL's Chicago Black Hawks play their 1st game, beat Tor St Pats 4-1

1926-12-30

Chicago Tribune reports the Tigers threw a 4-game series to the White Sox in 1917 to help Chicago win the pennant (never substaniated)

1927-01-05

Judge Landis begins 3-day public hearing on charges that 4 games played between Chicago & Detroit in 1917 had been thrown to White Sox

1927-01-21

1st national opera broadcast from a US opera house (Faust, Chicago)

1927-05-14

The University of Chicago's local collegiate organization, Phi Sigma, becomes incorporated under Illinois law as Eta Sigma Phi, the National Honorary Classical Fraternity.

1927-05-17

Chicago Cubs beat Boston Braves, 4-3, in 22 innings

1927-08-16

1st HR hit out of Comiskey Park Chicago (NY Yankee Babe Ruth)

1928-03-19

"Amos & Andy" debuts on radio (NBC Blue Network-WMAQ Chicago)

1929-02-14

St Valentine's Day Massacre in Chicago, 7 gangsters killed, allegedly on Al Capone's orders

1929-03-02

Chicago Black Hawks shut-out for NHL record 8th straight game

1929-05-24

Detroit Tigers beats Chicago White Sox, 6-5, in 21 innings

1929-07-28

Chicago Cardinals become 1st NFL team to train out of state (Mich)

1929-08-21

Chicago Cardinals become 1st pro football team to train out of town

1929-10-14

Phila A's beat Chicago Cubs, 4 games to 1 in 26th World Series

1929-12-16

Chic Blackhawks 1st game at Chicago Stadium, beat Pittsburgh Pirates, 3-1

1930-03-07

Georgetown High of Chicago defeats Homer 1-0 in basketball

1930-05-10

1st US planetarium opens (Adler-Chicago)

1930-06-09

Chicago Tribune reporter Jake Lingle is killed during rush hour at the Illinois Central train station by the Leo Vincent Brothers, allegedly over a $100,000 USD gambling debt owed to Al Capone.

1930-06-23

Chicago Cubs beat Philadelphia Phillies 21-8

1931-02-21

Chicago White Sox & NY Giants play 1st exhibition night game

1931-04-09

Chicago Cy Wentworth beats Mont Canadiens at 13:50 of 6th period

1931-04-14

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Chicago Blackhawks, 3 games to 2

1931-07-01

Phillies Chuck Klein hits for cycle vs Chicago Cubs

1932-07-01

NY Gov FDR nominated for president at Dem Convention in Chicago

1932-07-06

Cubs shortstop Bill Jurges is shot twice in Chicago hotel room by a spurned girlfriend, Violet Popovich Valli

1932-08-02

Charlie Grimm replaces Roger Hornsby as manager of Chicago Cubs

1932-09-20

Chicago Cubs clinch the NL pennant

1932-09-28

1932 Baseball World Series opens with the Chicago Cubs vs. NY Yankees (6-12)

1932-10-01

World Series moves to Chicago, In 5th inning, Babe Ruth waits until he has 2 strikes, points & hits next pitch into center field bleachers

1932-10-02

NY Yankees sweep Chicago Cubs in 29th World Series

1932-12-18

Chicago Bears beat Portsmouth Spartans 9-0 in 1st NFL playoff game

1933-04-17

Chicago Bears win their 1st NFL Game beating NY Giants 23-21

1933-05-18

1st major league All-Star Game announced for July 6 at Comiskey Park It will be played as part of the Chicago World's Fair

1933-05-27

Century of Progress Exposition opens in Chicago

1933-06-01

Century of Progress world's fair opens in Chicago

1933-07-06

1st All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 4-2 at Comiskey Park, Chicago, Babe Ruth hits first All Star home run

1933-11-05

Chicago Bears 30 game unbeaten streak ends to Patriots (10-0)

1934-01-15

While robbing the First National Bank in East Chicago, Indianapolis, Dillinger is shot several times by officer William O'Malley, but survives because he is wearing a bullet proof vest.

1934-04-10

Stanley Cup: Chicago Blackhawks beat Detroit Red Wings, 3 games to 1

1934-05-26

Century of Progress Exposition reopens in Chicago

1934-07-22

Outside Chicago's Biograph Theatre, "Public Enemy No. 1" John Dillinger is mortally wounded by FBI agents.

1934-08-31

1st NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Chi Bears 0, All-Stars 0 (79,432)

1934-12-03

KYW-AM in Chicago Ill moves to Phila Penn

1934-12-09

NY Giants defeat Chicago Bears 30-13 for NFL championship

1935-02-08

1st NFL draft; Jay Berwanger of U Chicago is 1st pick (by Eagles) He never plays in NFL

1935-03-05

1st premature baby health law in US (Chicago)

1935-07-05

Chicago Cubs are 10½ games back in NL, & go on to win the pennant

1935-08-13

Transcontinental Roller Derby begins (Chicago Coliseum)

1935-08-29

2nd NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Chi Bears 5, All-Stars 0 (77,450)

1935-08-31

Chicago White Sox Vern Kennedy no-hits Cleve Indians, 5-0

1935-09-27

Chicago Cubs win 21st consecutive game & clinch NL pennant

1935-10-07

Detroit Tigers beat Chicago Cubs, 4 games to 2 in 32nd World Series

1936-02-14

National Negro Congress organizes in Chicago

1936-09-03

3rd NFL Chicago All-Star Game: All-Stars 7, Detroit 7 (76,000)

1937-03-15

1st blood bank forms (Chicago IL)

1937-05-30

Memorial Day Massacre - Chicago police shoot on union marchers, 10 die

1937-05-30

Police kill 10 strikers at Republic Steel Plant in Chicago

1937-06-01

Chicago White Sox Bill Dietrich no-hits St Louis Browns, 8-0

1937-07-05

Chicago Cub Frank Demaree gets 6 hits in 1st game & 2 in 2nd game

1937-09-01

4th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: All-Stars 6, Green Bay 0 (84,560)

1938-04-12

Stanley Cup: Chicago Blackhawks beat Toronto Maple Leafs, 3 games to 1

1938-07-31

NY Yanks suspend Jake Powell, after he said on Chicago radio he'd "hit every colored person in Chicago over head with a club"

1938-08-31

5th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: All-Stars 28, Washington 16 (74,250)

1938-09-18

Chicago Bears beat Green Bay Packers 2-0

1938-10-09

Aaron Copland's & Eugene Loring's ballet "Billy the Kid" premieres in Chicago

1938-10-09

Cleveland Browns & Chicago Bears play a penalty free NFL game

1939-08-30

6th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: NY Giants 9, All-Stars 0 (81,456)

1939-11-04

First air conditioned automobile (Packard) exhibited, Chicago, Illinois

1939-12-02

NY's La Guardia Airport began operations as an airliner from Chicago lands, 1 minute after midnight

1940-06-19

"Brenda Starr", 1st cartoon strip by a woman, appears in Chicago

1940-08-29

7th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Green Bay 45, All-Stars 28 (84,567)

1940-09-15

Chicago Tribune sponsors Ted Lyons Day (White Sox pitcher)

1940-11-07

Stravinsky's Symfonie in C premieres in Chicago

1940-12-16

Joe Louis KOs Al McCoy in 6 for heavyweight boxing title in Chicago

1941-03-04

NHL Chicago goalie Samuel LoPresti stops record 80 of 83 Boston shots

1941-04-03

Walton's overture "Scapino" premieres in Chicago

1941-04-26

A tradition begins, 1st organ at a baseball stadium (Chicago Cubs)

1941-08-28

8th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Chi Bears 37, All-Stars 13 (98,203)

1941-10-27

Chicago Daily Tribune editorialize there will not be war with Japan

1941-12-21

Chicago Bears Ray McLean makes last NFL drop kick for an extra point

1941-12-21

Chicago bears win the NFL championship

1941-12-21

Last NFL drop kick for an extra point (Ray McLean, Chicago Bears)

1942-03-01

J Milton Cage Jr's "Imaginary Landscape No 3," premieres in Chicago

1942-03-18

2 black players, Jackie Robinson & Nate Moreland, request a tryout with the Chicago White Sox, they are allowed to work out

1942-03-19

Thoroughbred Racing Association of US formed in Chicago

1942-08-28

9th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Chi Bears 21, All-Stars 0 (101,100)

1942-11-03

William L Dawson elected to Congress from Chicago

1942-12-02

Nuclear-Physicist Walter Zinn initiates the world's first self-sustaining nuclear chain reaction in the world's first nuclear reactor at the University of Chicago

1943-01-30

USS Chicago sinks in Pacific Ocean

1943-03-19

Frank Nitti, the Chicago Outfit Boss after Al Capone, commits suicide at the Chicago Central Railyard.

1943-08-25

10th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: All-Stars 27, Washington 7 (48,471)

1943-10-16

Chicago Mayor Ed Kelly opens city's new subway system

1943-12-26

Chicago Bears win NFL championship

1944-03-18

2,500 women trample guards & floorwalkers to purchase 1,500 alarm clocks announced for sale in a Chicago Illinois dept store

1944-04-13

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens sweep Chicago Blackhawks in 4 games

1944-07-17

2 ammunition ships explodes at Port Chicago, California kills 322

1944-07-19

Democratic convention opens in Chicago

1944-07-23

Chicago Cubs Bill Nicholson hits 4 HRs in a doubleheader

1944-08-30

11th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Chi Bears 24, All-Stars 21 (48,769)

1944-12-07

Convention on International Civil Aviation drawn up in Chicago

1944-12-26

Tennessee Williams' play "Glass Menagerie," premieres in Chicago

1945-08-30

12th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Green Bay 19, All-Stars 7 (92,753)

1945-10-10

Detroit Tigers beat Chicago Cubs, 4 games to 3 in 42nd World Series

1945-10-14

Chicago Cardinals end a record 29-game losing streak, beat Bears

1946-01-11

Bert Bell becomes 2nd NFL commissioner, moves Chicago HQ to Phila

1946-04-20

1st baseball broadcast in Chicago, Cards vs Cubs

1946-06-05

Fire at LaSalle Hotel cocktail lounge kills 61 (Chicago, Ill)

1946-08-23

13th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: All-Stars 16, Los Angeles 0 (97,380)

1946-10-20

Frank Seno returns kickoff 105 yd, Chicago Cards vs NY Giants

1946-11-12

1st "autobank" (banking by car) forms (Chicago)

1946-11-12

A branch of the Exchange National Bank in Chicago, Illinois opens the first ten drive-up teller windows.

1947-04-22

1st NBA Championship: Phila Warriors beat Chicago Stags, 4 games to 2

1947-07-08

14th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 2-1 at Wrigley Field, Chicago

1947-08-22

14th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: All-Stars 16, Chi Bears 0 (105,840)

1948-04-05

WGN TV channel 9 in Chicago, IL (IND) begins broadcasting

1948-07-18

Pat Seerey of Chicago White Sox hits 4 HRs in a game

1948-08-20

15th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Chi Cards 28, All-Stars 0 (101,220)

1948-09-17

WLS TV channel 7 in Chicago, IL (ABC) begins broadcasting

1948-11-03

2nd NHL All-Star Game: All-Stars beat Toronto 3-1 at Chicago

1948-12-19

Philadelphia Eagles shutout Chicago Cards 7-0 in NFL championship game

1949-01-31

1st daytime soap on TV "These Are My Children" (NBC in Chicago)

1949-08-12

16th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Philadelphia 38, All-Stars 0 (93,780)

1950-06-17

1st kidney transplant (Chicago)

1950-08-11

17th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: All-Stars 17, Philadelphia 7 (88,885)

1950-10-02

Bob Shaw of Chicago Cardinals sets NFL record with 5 TD receptions

1951-02-06

Radio commentator Paul Harvey arrested for trying to sneak into Argonne National Laboratory, a nuclear test site located 20 miles (32 km) west of Chicago

1951-08-17

18th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Cleveland 33, All-Stars 0 (92,180)

1951-11-25

Cleveland Browns penalized a record 209 yards against Chicago Bears

1952-03-23

Rangers with less than 14 minutes to go blow a 6-2 lead, losing 7-6 to Chicago Black Hawks. Mosienko scores 3 times in 21 seconds

1952-06-10

Chicago White Sox Sam Mele is 6th to get 6 RBIs in an inning (4th)

1952-06-19

Bkln Dodger Carl Erskine no-hits Chicago Cubs, 5-0

1952-08-15

19th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Los Angeles 10, All-Stars 7 (88,316)

1953-05-15

Heavyweight champion Rocky Marciano KOs Jersey Joe Walcott in Chicago

1953-05-30

1st major league network baseball game-Cleveland 7, Chicago 2

1953-08-04

Black families move into Trumbull Park housing project in Chicago

1953-08-14

20th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Detroit 24, All-Stars 10 (93,818)

1953-09-17

Ernie Banks becomes Chicago Cubs 1st black player

1953-09-29

1st department store to sell insurance is Carson Pirie Scott in Chicago, Illinois

1954-08-13

21st NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Detroit 31, All-Stars 6 (93,470)

1954-09-03

The German U-Boat U-505 began its move from a specially constructed dock to its final site at Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry.

1955-05-12

Chicago Cub Sam Jones is 1st black to pitch no-hitter (Pirates, 4-0)

1955-06-05

NY Yankee Mickey Mantle hits 550' HR off Chicago Billy Pierce

1955-08-12

22nd NFL Chicago All-Star Game: All-Stars 30, Cleveland 27 (75,000)

1955-08-31

1st sun-powered automobile demonstrated, Chicago, Ill

1955-09-05

WTTW TV channel 11 in Chicago, IL (PBS) begins broadcasting

1956-02-06

Chicago's Daily Defender, begins publishing

1956-06-28

1st atomic reactor built for private research operates Chicago Ill

1956-07-14

Boston Red Sox Mel Parnell no-hits Chicago White Sox, 4-0

1956-08-10

23rd NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Cleveland 26, All-Stars 0 (75,000)

1956-10-01

Johnny Heckmann rides 7 winners at Chicago Hawthorne Horse track

1956-12-30

NY Giants beat Chicago Bears 47-7 in NFL championship game

1957-08-09

24th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: NY Giants 22, All-Stars 12 (75,000)

1957-08-20

Chicago White Sox Bob Keegan no-hits Wash Senators, 6-0

1958-03-07

Chicago Cardinals announce they will play their 1958 opener in Buffalo

1958-08-15

25th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: All-Stars 35, Detroit 19 (70,000)

1959-02-27

Chicago Cards trade running back Ollie Matson to LA Rams for 9 players

1959-02-28

NFL trade, Chicago Cards trade Ollie Matson to LA Rams for 9 players

1959-04-22

Chicago White Sox beat KC Athletics 20-6, in 1 inning Sox score 11 runs on 1 hit, 10 walks, & 3 errors

1959-08-05

Chicago Cardinals (NFL) beat Toronto Argonauts (CFL) 55-26 in Toronto

1959-08-14

26th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Baltimore 29, All-Stars 0 (70,000)

1959-09-22

Chicago White Sox clinch AL pennant

1959-10-08

LA Dodgers beat Chicago White Sox, 4 games to 2 in 56th World Series

1960-02-29

1st Playboy Club, featuring bunnies, opens in Chicago

1960-03-13

NFL's Chicago Cardinals moves to St Louis

1960-04-12

Bill Veeck & Chicago Comiskey Park debuts "Exploding Scoreboard"

1960-07-27

US Vice-president Richard Nixon nominated for presidential candidate at Republican convention in Chicago

1960-08-12

27th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Baltimore 32, All-Stars 7 (70,000)

1960-09-26

1st of 4 TV debates Nixon & Kennedy took place (Chicago)

1961-01-01

Largest check issued, Natl Bank of Chicago to Sears ($960.242 billion)

1961-04-16

Stanley Cup: Chicago Blackhawks beat Detroit Red Wings, 4 games to 2

1961-06-30

Buddy Rogers beats Pat O'Conner in Chicago, to become NWA champ

1961-08-04

28th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Philadelphia 28, All-Stars 14 (66,000)

1961-09-17

Minnesota Vikings' 1st NFL game (beat Chicago Bears 37-13)

1961-09-17

Fran Tarkenton plays his first NFL Game against the Chicago Bears, coming off the bench to lead the Vikings to a 37-13 victory, also becoming the only QB to throw four touchdown passes in his first career game

1961-10-07

15th NHL All-Star Game: All-Stars beat Chicago 3-1 at Chicago

1962-01-13

Wilt Chamberlain of Warriors scores then NBA-record 73 pts vs Chicago

1962-04-10

1st major league game in Houston, Colt .45s beat Chicago Cubs, 11-2

1962-04-22

Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs beat Chicago Blackhawks, 4 games to 2

1962-07-22

Chicago White Sox Floyd Robinson goes 6 for 6 (all singles)

1962-07-30

33rd All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 9-4 at Wrigley Field, Chicago

1962-08-01

Boston Red Sox Bill Monboquette no-hits Chicago White Sox, 1-0

1962-08-03

29th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Green Bay 42, All-Stars 20 (65,000)

1963-08-02

30th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: All-Stars 20, Green Bay 17 (65,000)

1963-10-22

225,000 students boycot Chicago schools in Freedom Day protest

1963-12-31

Chicago Bears win NFL championship

1964-02-06

WCIU TV channel 26 in Chicago, IL (IND) begins broadcasting

1964-06-10

Rolling Stones record their 12x5 album at Chess Studios in Chicago

1964-06-11

Chicago police break up Rolling Stones press conference

1964-08-07

31st NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Chicago 28, All-Stars 17 (65,000)

1964-08-15

Mayor Daley declares "Ernie Banks Day" in Chicago

1964-08-15

Race riot in Dixmoor (Chicago suburb) Ill

1965-05-01

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Chicago Blackhawks, 4 games to 3

1965-08-06

32nd NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Cleveland 24, All-Stars 16 (68,000)

1965-08-12

Race riot in West Side of Chicago

1965-08-19

Cincinnati Red Jim Maloney 2nd no-hitter of year beats Chicago Cubs, 1-0

1965-09-20

WXXW (now WYCC) TV channel 20 in Chicago, IL (PBS) begins broadcasting

1965-12-12

Gale Sayers of Chicago Bears scores 6 TDs, ties NFL record

1966-01-04

WFLD TV channel 32 in Chicago, IL (IND) begins broadcasting

1966-01-17

Martin Luther King Jr. opens campaign in Chicago

1966-07-12

Race riot in Chicago

1966-07-13

Richard Speck murders 8 nurses in Chicago

1966-07-14

Richard Speck rapes & kills 8 nurses in a Chicago dormitory

1966-08-05

33rd NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Green Bay 38, All-Stars 0 (72,000)

1966-08-05

Martin Luther King Jr. stoned during Chicago march

1966-11-23

Chicago outfielder Tommie Agee is voted AL Rookie of Year

1967-01-26

Chicago Blizzard strikes with a record 23 inches of snow fall causing 800 buses and 50,000 automobiles to be abandoned

1967-02-15

Longest dream (REM sleep) on record, Bill Carskadon, Chicago (2:23)

1967-06-11

Chicago Cubs (7) & NY Mets (4) tie record of 11 HRs in a game

1967-06-12

Washington Senators beat Chicago White Sox 6-5 in 22 innings

1967-08-04

34th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Green Bay 27, All-Stars 0 (70,934)

1967-08-04

Shortwave group ANARC's 1st convention (Chicago)

1967-09-10

Chicago White Sox Joel Horlen no-hits Det Tigers, 6-0

1967-09-10

Joel Horlen revives Chicago's pennant hopes with a 5-0 no-hit win

1967-12-03

Final run of "20th Century Limited" famed NY-Chicago luxury train

1967-12-16

Wilt Chamberlain of NBA Phila 76ers scores 68 points vs Chicago

1968-05-15

1st AL game played in Milwaukee, is a 4-2 California win against Chicago

1968-06-10

AL games at Balt & Chicago postponed honoring Robert Kennedy

1968-08-02

35th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Green Bay 34, All-Stars 17 (69,917)

1968-08-10

Race riot in Miami, Chicago & Little Rock

1968-08-21

Democratic Convention opens in Chicago

1968-08-28

Police & anti-war demonstrators clash at Chicago's Demcratic National Convention

1968-08-29

Democrats nominate Hubert H Humphrey for US president (Chicago)

1968-09-03

Chicago White Sox set AL record of 39 loses by 1 run

1968-10-16

Milwaukee Bucks play their 1st game losing 89-84 to Chicago Bulls

1968-10-25

Chicago recognizes Jean Baptiste Pointe de Sable as its 1st settler

1968-11-23

Milwaukee Bucks make their 1st NBA trade, giving Bob Love & Bob Weiss to Chicago Bulls for Flynn Robinson

1968-12-14

Bobby Orr scores first career hat trick (vs Chicago Blackhawks)

1969-03-19

Chicago 8 indicted in aftermath of Chicago Democratic convention

1969-06-29

On Billy Williams Day in Chicago, the Cubs outfielder passes Stan Musial's NL record for consecutive games played (896)

1969-08-01

36th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: NY Jets 26, All-Stars 24 (74,208)

1969-08-19

Chicago Cub Ken Holtzman no-hits Atlanta Braves, 3-0

1969-09-24

Trial of "Chicago 8" (protesters at Dem Natl Conv) begins

1969-10-08

The opening rally of the Days of Rage occurs, organized by the Weather Underground in Chicago, Illinois.

1970-02-18

Chicago 7 defendants found innocent of inciting to riot

1970-04-05

WSNS TV channel 44 in Chicago, IL (IND) begins broadcasting

1970-07-31

37th NFL Chicago All Star Game: Kansas City 24, All Stars 3 (69,940)

1971-05-18

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Chicago Blackhawks, 4 games to 3

1971-07-30

38th NFL Chicago All Star Game: Baltimore 24, All Stars 17 (52,289)

1972-04-16

Chicago Cub Burt Hooton no-hits Phillies, 1-0

1972-07-28

39th NFL Chicago All Star Game: Dallas 20, All Stars 7 (54,162)

1972-08-23

Chicago's Dick Allen is 4th (Jimmie Foxx, Hank Greenberg, & Alex Johnson) to homer into Comiskey Park's center field bleachers

1972-09-02

Chicago White Sox Milt Pappas no-hits SD Padres, 1-0

1972-10-30

Worst US rail accident in 14 years; 45 die in Chicago,Illinois

1972-12-08

United Airlines crashes at Chicago's Midway Airport killing 45

1973-01-23

23rd NBA All-Star Game: East beats West 104-84 at Chicago

1973-02-21

Chicago Black Hawks, record 262nd NHL game without being shut-out

1973-05-03

Chicago's Sears Tower, world's tallest building (443 m), topped out

1973-05-10

Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Chicago Blackhawks, 4 games to 2

1973-05-26

Chicago White Sox beat Cleve Indians, 6-3, in 21 inn (game complete 5/28)

1973-05-28

Chicago White Sox beat Cleve Indians, 6-3, in 21 inn (game started 5/26)

1973-06-20

Chicago's Cy Acosta is 1st AL pitcher to bat since DH rule (strikeout)

1973-07-27

40th NFL Chicago All Star Game: Miami 14, All Stars 3 (54,103)

1974-01-29

27th NHL All-Star Game: West beat East 6-4 at Chicago

1974-10-17

Washington Capitals 1st NHL home victory, beating Chicago 4-3

1974-10-18

Chicago Bull Nate Thurmond becomes 1st in NBA to complete a quadruple double-22 pts, 14 rebounds, 13 assists & 12 blocks

1975-06-01

"Chicago" opens at 46th St Theater NYC for 947 performances

1975-08-01

41st NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Pittsburgh 21, All-Stars 14 (54,103)

1975-11-23

Bob Thomas of Chicago Bears kicks 55-yard field goal

1976-06-08

Bobby Orr signs a five-year contract with the Chicago Blackhawks

1976-07-23

42nd NFL Chicago All Star Game: Pittsburgh 24, All Stars 0 (52,895)

1976-08-08

Chicago White Sox suit up in shorts

1977-01-04

Mary Shane hired by Chicago White Sox as 1st woman TV play-by-play

1977-02-04

Elevated train jumps track, crashes onto Chicago st (11 die, 200 hurt)

1977-04-07

Toronto Blues Jays 1st game, they beat Chicago 9-5

1977-06-04

Violence during Puerto Rican Day in Chicago kills 2

1977-08-16

Yanks blow 9-4 lead in 9th but beat Chicago 11-10 in bottom of 9th

1977-08-27

"Chicago" closes at 46th St Theater NYC after 947 performances

1978-02-14

In girls' HS basketball, Chicago Latin beats Harvard St George

1978-02-16

1st Computer Bulletin Board System (Ward & Randy's CBBS, Chicago)

1978-03-04

Chicago Daily News, founded in 1875, publishes last issue

1978-06-20

1st 6 teams of Women's Pro Basketball League (WBL) granted-Iowa, NJ, Milwaukee, Chicago, Minnesota & Dayton

1978-06-30

Larry Doby becomes manager of Chicago White Sox

1978-07-09

American Nazi Party holds a rally at Marquette Park, Chicago

1978-10-06

Hannah H Gray inaugurated as 1st female head of a US university (Chicago)

1978-12-09

1st game of Women's Pro Basketball League (WBL), Chicago Hustle vs Milwaukee Does

1979-04-03

Jane M Byrne (D), elected 1st woman mayor of Chicago, Illinois

1979-05-25

American Airlines DC-10 crashes on takeoff from Chicago killing 273 including 2 on the ground

1979-11-15

A package from the Unabomber Ted Kaczynski begins smoking in the cargo hold of a flight from Chicago to Washington, forcing the plane to make an emergency landing.

1979-12-23

NY Islanders greatest shutout lose (8-0) vs Chicago Black Hawks

1980-03-12

Jury finds John Wayne Gacy guilty of murdering 33 in Chicago

1980-03-31

The Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific railroad operates its final train after being ordered to liquidate its assets due to bankruptcy and debt owed to creditors.

1980-06-16

"Blues Brothers" premieres in Chicago

1980-08-11

Yanks Reggie Jackson hits his 400th HR off Chicago's Britt Burns

1980-08-22

Bill Veeck agrees to sell Chicago White Sox to Eddie DeBartolo Sr for $20,000,000, AL owners block the sale

1980-12-31

NY Islanders greatest shutout margin (9-0) vs Chicago Black Hawks

1981-05-25

Daniel Goodwin scales outside of Chicago's Sears Tower in 7 hours

1982-05-13

Chicago Cubs win their 8,000th (beat Astros)

1982-08-04

NY Met Joel Youngblood singles in Chicago day game, he is traded, then singles for Expos in Philadelphia night game

1982-08-17

LA Dodgers beat Chicago Cubs, 6-5, in 21 innings (game completed 8/18)

1982-08-18

LA Dodgers beat Chicago Cubs, 6-5, in 21 innings (game started 8/17)

1982-08-18

Longest baseball game at Wrigley Field in Chicago IL, ends after 22 innings - before LA Dodgers beat Cubs 2-1 (game started Aug 17th)

1982-09-29

Cyanide laced Tylenol capsules kills 7 in Chicago

1983-02-02

Chicago Archbishop Joseph L Bernardin is among 18 new cardinals invested

1983-02-22

Harold Washington wins Chicago's Democratic mayoral primary

1983-04-12

Harold Washington elected Chicago's 1st black mayor

1983-04-29

Harold Washington sworn in as Chicago's 1st black mayor

1983-07-06

54th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 13-3 at Comiskey Park, Chicago

1983-09-17

Chicago White Sox clinch their 1st-ever AL West championship

1983-09-29

Oakland A's Mike Warren no-hits Chicago White Sox, 3-0

1983-10-13

Ameritech Mobile Communications (now Cingular) launched the first US cellular network in Chicago, Illinois.

1984-04-07

Detroit Tiger Jack Morris no-hits Chicago White Sox, 4-0

1984-05-08

Chicago White Sox beat Milwaukee Brewers, 7-6, in 25 inn (completed 5/9)

1984-05-09

Chicago White Sox beat Milwaukee Brewers, 7-6, in 25 inn (started 5/8)

1984-10-21

Steve Jones runs Chicago Marathon in world record 2:08:05

1985-01-20

Cold front strikes US, at least 40 die (-27°F (-33°C) in Chicago)

1985-06-27

Route 66 (Chicago to Santa Monica), is decertified

1985-12-02

Chicago Bears' head coach Mike Ditka and defensive coordinator Buddy Ryan come to blows on the sideline in a loss to the Miami Dolphins, Chicago's only loss of the season

1985-12-11

NHL Record 62 points scored, Edmonton (36) beats Chicago (26) 12-9 & ties record of 21 goals

1986-01-26

Super Bowl XX: Chicago Bears beat NE Patriots, 46-10 in New Orleans Super Bowl MVP: Richard Dent, Chicago, DE

1986-09-07

Cleveland Browns becomes 1st team in NFL history to have a play reviewed by instant replay, Chicago 41, Browns 31

1986-09-19

Chicago White Sox Joe Crowley no-hits California Angels, 7-1

1986-12-10

Atlanta Hawk Dominique Wilkins scores 57 points vs Chicago Bulls

1987-02-01

38,873 NBA crowd watch Chicago at Detroit

1987-02-26

NBA's Michael Jordan's 58 points in one game is a Chicago Bulls record

1987-04-29

Chicago Cub Andre Dawson hits for cycle

1987-08-03

Chicago Bears beat Dallas Cowboys 17-6 in London, England (NFL expo)

1987-08-16

NY Mets beat Chicago Cubs, 23-9

1987-11-22

Two Chicago television stations are hijacked by an unknown pirate dressed as Max Headroom.

1987-12-02

Chicago City Council elects Eugene Sawyer acting mayor

1988-01-08

9th largest NBA crowd 38,873-Chicago at Detroit

1988-02-07

38th NBA All-Star Game: East beats West 138-133 at Chicago

1988-02-23

Chicago gives Cubs right to install lights & play up to 18 night games

1988-06-30

Chicago agrees to build a new stadium so White Sox won't move to Fla

1988-08-08

Cubs & Phillies attempt to play 1st night game ever at Wrigley Field but are rained out in 4th inning with Chicago leading, 3-1

1988-12-31

"The Fog Bowl", a heavy, dense fog rolled over Soldier Field in Chicago during the second quarter of the Bears/Eagles NFC Divisional Playoff Game, cutting visibility to about 15-20 yards for the rest of the game (Bears win 20-12)

1989-03-25

"Les Miserables" opens at Auditorium Theatre, Chicago

1990-05-22

Deion Sanders becomes involved in a dispute with Chicago White Sox catcher Carlton Fisk, one of the most infamous incidents of Sanders' baseball career

1990-06-12

NY Mets beat Chicago Cubs 19-8 at Wrigley Field, Cubs outfielder Doug Dazcenzo pitched a scoreless 9th inning

1990-07-10

61st All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 2-0 at Wrigley Field, Chicago

1990-07-12

Chicago White Sox Melido Perez no-hits Yankees 8-0 in a rain shortened 6 inning game at Yankee Stadium (7th no-hitter of 1990)

1990-07-28

Blackout hits Chicago

1990-08-01

Stanton Cook becomes CEO of Chicago Cubs

1990-09-15

Chicago White Sox Bobby Thigpen is 1st to record 50 saves

1990-09-30

Chicago White Sox beat Seattle 2-1 in last game at Comiskey Park

1991-01-19

42nd NHL All-Star Game: Campbell beat Wales 11-5 at Chicago

1991-03-24

"Les Miserables" opens at Auditorium Theatre, Chicago

1991-04-03

Bo Jackson signs 1-year contract with Chicago White Sox

1991-05-01

Milwaukee Brewers beat Chicago Cubs, 10-9, in 19 innings

1991-06-12

45th NBA Championship: Chicago Bulls beat LA Lakers, 4 games to 1

1991-08-25

Martha Nause wins LPGA Chicago Sun-Times Shoot-Out Golf Tournament

1992-04-13

Great Chicago Flood - Chicago's underground tunnels flood

1992-06-01

Stanley Cup: Pittsburgh Penguins sweep Chicago Blackhawks in 4 games

1992-06-14

46th NBA Championship: Chicago Bulls beat Port Trailblazers, 4 games to 2

1992-10-15

Howard Stern radio show begins broadcasting on WLUP-AM, Chicago

1993-01-08

Chicago Bull Michael Jordan scores his 20,000th career point

1993-06-20

47th NBA Championship: Chicago Bulls beat Phoenix Suns, 4 games to 2

1993-08-20

Howard Stern is fired from WLUP-AM, Chicago

1993-10-03

Indians play their last game at Cleve Stadium, Chicago wins 4-0

1994-06-13

Chicago Cub 2nd baseman Ryne Sandberg, retires due to poor play, he forfeits $15.7 million of his $25 million contract

1994-06-17

1994 World Cup soccer match begin, Germany vs Bolivia in Chicago

1994-08-21

Jane Geddes wins LPGA Chicago Golf Challenge

1994-11-04

United Center in Chicago opens - Bulls beat Charlotte Hornets, 89-83

1995-03-19

Michael Jordan rejoins Chicago Bulls after 17 months, beats Pacers

1995-03-29

Howard Stern Radio Show premieres in Chicago IL on WCKG 105.9 FM

1995-08-06

Indians & Browns play in Cleveland on same day for 1st time ever both lose - Chicago 5, Indians 1; Giants 19, Browns 13 (exhibition)

1996-04-20

Chicago Bulls win record 72 games in a season

1996-04-21

Chicago Bulls win NBA record 72 games (72-8)

1996-05-12

Yankees losing 8-0 to Chicago White Sox, come back to win 9-8

1996-05-16

Sammy Sosa is 1st Chicago Cub to hit 2 HRS in 1 inning

1996-06-16

50th NBA Championship: Chicago Bulls beat Seat Supersonic, 4 games to 2

1996-11-14

"Chicago" opens at Richard Rodgers Theater NYC

1997-01-15

Chicago Bull Dennis Rodman kicks cameraman, Eugene Amosin the groin

1997-03-23

Wrestlemania XIII in Chicago, Undertaker beats Psycho Sid for title

1997-04-09

Major League Soccer announces Miami & Chicago expansion

1997-05-10

Chicago Cubs turn baseballs 68th triple play (vs SF Giants)

1997-06-02

Albert Belle's Chicago White Sox tying 27-game hitting streak ends

1997-06-13

51st NBA Championship: Chicago Bulls beat Utah Jazz 4, games to 2

1997-08-08

Mariners Randy Johnson strikes out 19 Chicago White Sox

1997-09-14

Chicago Whites Sox retire Carlton Fisk's #72

1997-12-23

Chicago Bulls coach Phil Jackson is quickest to reach 500 wins (682 games)

1998-06-14

52nd NBA Championship: Chicago Bulls beat Utah Jazz, 4 games to 2

1999-01-02

A brutal snowstorm smashes into the Midwestern United States, causing 14 inches (359 mm) of snow in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and 19 inches (487 mm) in Chicago, where temperatures plunge to -13°F (-25°C); 68 deaths are reported.

2002-05-10

Anaheim Angels crush the Chicago White Sox 19-0. The Angels join the 1923 Indians, 1939 Yankees and 1950 Red Sox as the only teams to beat two opponents by 19 or more runs in the same season

2002-12-27

"Chicago", starring Renee Zellweger, Richard Gere, and Catherine Zeta Jones, is released (2002 Best Picture winner)

2003-03-23

75th Academy Awards - "Chicago," Adrien Brody & Nicole Kidman win

2003-07-15

74th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 7-6 at U.S. Cellular Field, Chicago

2003-10-14

Fan Steve Bartman deflects the ball away from Chicago Cubs outfielder Moises Alou. Cubs give up eight runs in the inning and lose to the Marlins 8-3, and the Bartman incident is seen as the turning point in the series

2004-02-18

Greg Maddux signs with the Chicago Cubs, the team he began his career with

2004-07-16

Millennium Park, considered the first and most ambitious architectural project in the early 21st century for Chicago, is opened to the public by Mayor Richard M. Daley.

2005-09-29

Chicago White Sox clinch their first division title since 2000 and become just the 10th team in the history of baseball to be in first place on every day of the season

2005-10-26

Chicago White Sox defeat Houston Astros 4-0 in baseball's World Series championship, MVP: Jermaine Dye, Chicago

2007-02-04

Super Bowl XLI: Indianapolis Colts beat Chicago Bears, 29-17 at the Dolphin Stadium MVP: Peyton Manning, Indianapolis, QB

2009-07-23

Mark Buehrle of the Chicago White Sox becomes the 18th pitcher to throw a perfect game in Major League Baseball history, defeating the Tampa Bay Rays 5-0.

2012-02-02

NHL player Sam Gagner becomes the first player to scores eight points in one game for the Edmonton Oilers against the Chicago Blackhawks since 1989

2012-04-21

Chicago White Sox pitcher, Philip Humber, pitches the 21st MLB perfect game against the Seattle Mariners

2012-09-10

Teachers in Chicago strike effecting 350,000 students

2012-09-16

Mayor of Chicago, Rahm Emanuel, seeks a court order to resolve a week long teachers strike

2012-09-18

The Chicago Teachers Union and Chicago Public Schools reach a deal that ends an 8-day strike.

2013-06-24

The Chicago Blackhawks defeat the Boston Bruins to win the NHL Stanly Cup Finals

2013-07-04

12 people are killed and 60 are injured in a wave of shootings across Chicago

2013-12-09

Mike Ditka's #89 jersey is retired by the Chicago Bears

2015-11-03

9-year-old shot to death in Chicago alley

2015-11-25

Chicago protesters march, block streets after police release shooting video

2016-01-03

Jimmy Butler of the Chicago Bulls breaks Michael Jordan's team record for points in a half Butlerscored 40 points in the second half. The Bulls won the game 115-113 over the Toronto Raptors.

2016-02-08

Chicago cop who killed Quintonio LeGrier sues teen's estate for $10 million

2016-03-11

Trump Rally in Chicago Canceled After Violent Scuffles

2016-03-14

Chicago-bound Amtrak train derails in Kansas, 30 injured

2016-04-14

Golden State Warriors: 73rd win breaks Chicago Bulls' NBA record

2016-05-17

Sinead O'Connor found safe after going missing in Chicago area - police

2016-10-29

American Airlines jet catches fire on takeoff at Chicago airport

2016-11-05

Chicago River dyed Cubs' blue in honor of World Series celebration

2017-01-02

Chicago Ends Year With 762 Killings, the Most in 2 Decades

2017-01-06

Four charged with hate crime for Chicago Facebook Live attack

2017-03-08

Chance the Rapper Donates $1 Million to Chicago's Public Schools

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Chicago - Notable Birthdays

George HalasFeb 2, 1895

Al CaponeJan 17, 1899

Gloria SwansonMar 27, 1899

disneyDec 5, 1901

Sam GiancanaJun 15, 1908

Bronko NagurskiNov 3, 1908

Jack RubyMar 25, 1911

Ernie BanksJan 31, 1931

Quincy Jones JrMar 14, 1933

Bobby HullJan 3, 1939

Raquel WelchSep 5, 1940

Emmett TillJul 25, 1941

John Wayne GacyMar 17, 1942

Harrison FordJul 13, 1942

Michael CrichtonOct 23, 1942

Gale SayersMay 30, 1943

Tony La RussaOct 4, 1944

Hillary RodhamOct 26, 1947

Robin WilliamsJul 21, 1951

Mr. TMay 21, 1952

Walter PaytonJul 25, 1954

Michael FlatleyJul 16, 1958

Rickey HendersonDec 25, 1958

Isiah ThomasApr 30, 1961

Dennis RodmanMay 13, 1961

Kirby PuckettMar 14, 1962

Michael JordanFeb 17, 1963

John C. ReillyMay 24, 1965

Sammy SosaNov 12, 1968

R. KellyJan 8, 1969

David KrumholtzMay 15, 1978

Jennifer HudsonSep 12, 1981

Chicago - Birthdays
Date Event
1637-06-10

Jacques Marquette, jesuit/missionary founder (Chicago)

1801-06-15

Benjamin Raymond, Mayor of Chicago (d. 1883)

1803-04-07

James Curtiss, Mayor of Chicago (d. 1859)

1804-03-08

Alvan Clark, Ashfield Massachusetts, American Astronomer and maker of the Dearborn Observatory telescope, Old University of Chicago, the largest telescope in the world at the time

1805-01-13

Thomas Dyer, Mayor of Chicago (d. 1862)

1805-06-15

William Butler Ogden, first Mayor of Chicago (d. 1877)

1819-08-25

Allan Pinkerton, founded Chicago detective agency

1823-04-06

Joseph Medill, St John NB Canada, newspaper editor (Chicago Tribune)

1843-08-01

Robert Lincoln, Prince Henry (of Prussia) at Lincoln's Monument, Chicago, Ill.

1855-05-08

John Gates ("Bet-a-million" Gates), West Chicago, Illinois, USA, American inventor and industrialist who established the market for barbed wire fencing

1859-08-19

Charles Comiskey, 1st basemen/manager (Chicago White Sox)

1860-12-23

Harriet Monroe, Chicago, poet/editor of Poetry magazine (You & I)

1863-01-01

Aleko Konstantinov, Bulgarian writer (To Chicago & Back)

1866-03-03

Fred A. Busse, Mayor of Chicago (d. 1914)

1871-01-17

Karl Eitel, Night Life in Chicago

1873-04-27

Harry M O'Connor, Chicago IL, actor (Stranger than Fiction)

1873-05-09

Anton Cermak, Mayor of Chicago (d. 1933)

1876-02-28

John Alden Carpenter, Chicago Illinois, composer (Sea Drift)

1879-06-26

Charles Fremdling, In Old Chicago

1880-07-30

Robert Rutherford McCormick, US, editor/publisher (Chicago Tribune)

1880-10-19

Scotty Mattraw, In Old Chicago

1881-11-15

Franklin P Adams, Chicago Ill, columnist (Information Please)

1882-05-15

Frank Dae, In Old Chicago

1883-06-20

Leah Baird, Chicago IL, actress (Lady Gangster)

1883-12-19

[Francis] Barry Byrne, Chicago Ill, architect

1884-03-10

Stuart Holmes, Chicago IL, actor (Prisoner of Zenda)

1884-08-27

Harry Antrim, Chicago IL, actor (Miracle on 34th St, Devil's Doorway)

1887-08-11

Martin H. Kennelly, Night Life in Chicago

1888-06-23

Lee Moran, Chicago IL, actor (Circus Clown)

1888-12-19

Fritz Reiner, Budapest Hungary, US conductor (Chicago Symphony Orch)

1889-03-09

Bob Murphy, In Old Chicago

1889-04-28

Bryant Washburn, Chicago, actor (Exposure, Millionaire Kid, Nabonga)

1889-12-31

Max Larey, In Old Chicago

1890-10-24

Chicago Mainbocher, uniform designer (Red Cross, Girl Scouts, Waves)

1891-03-05

Harold Ogden "Chic" Johnson, Chicago Ill, comedian (Olsen & Johnson)

1891-08-28

Stanley Andrews, Chicago IL, actor (Shine on Harvest Moon)

1892-05-03

Beulah Bondi, Chicago, actress (It's a Wonderful Life)

1893-10-28

Ferdinand Hart, Panic in Chicago

1894-12-28

Ed Healey, NFL tackle (Rock Island Independents, Chicago Bears)

1895-02-02

George Halas, Chicago Illinois, NFL pioneer (owner of the Chicago Bears)

1895-03-24

Sid Saylor, Chicago Ill, actor (Wally-Waterfront)

1895-09-16

Charles W Bidwill Sr, Chicago, NFL hall of famer (Chicago Cardinals)

1896-06-18

Blanche Sweet, Chicago, actress (Home Sweet Home, Avenging Conscience)

1896-12-06

George Trafton, NFL center (Chicago Bears)

1898-01-14

Helen Flint, Chicago, actress (Sea Devils, Married Before Breakfast)

1898-03-06

Jimmy Conzelman, NFL QB/coach/team owner (Chicago)

1898-06-10

Virginia Valli, [McSweeney], Chicago IL, actress (Pleasure Garden)

1898-10-07

Alfred Wallenstein, Chicago Illinois, conductor (Chic Symph 1922-29)

1898-11-29

Rod La Rocque, Chicago IL, actor (Our Modern Maidens)

1898-11-30

Roy "Link" Lyman, NFL tackle (Chicago Bears)

1899-01-17

Al Capone, Brooklyn New York, American gangster (Chicago bootlegging)

1899-03-27

Gloria Swanson, Chicago Illinois, American actress (Sunset Boulevard, Queen Kelly)

1899-05-20

John M Harlan, Chicago, 91st Supreme Court justice (1955-71)

1900-08-08

Victor Young, Chicago Illinois, orchestra leader (Milton Berle Show, In Old California)

1901-07-01

Irna Phillips, Chicago, created 6 soap operas (Guiding Light)

1901-08-30

John Gunther, Chicago Ill, author/host (John Gunther's High Road)

1901-09-28

William Samuel Paley, Chicago Ill, pres/CEO of CBS (1928-90)

1901-12-05

Walter Elias disney, Chicago, animator (Mickey Mouse), (d. 1966)

1902-02-02

A.C. Bumpus, In Old Chicago

1902-11-22

Emanuel Feuermann, Kolomea Galicia, cellist (Chicago Symph Orch)

1903-02-16

Edgar Bergen, Chicago, ventriloquist (Charlie McCarthy)

1903-04-19

Eliot Ness, untouchable (FBI agent-Chicago)

1903-06-11

Ernie Nevers, NFL fullback (Duluth Eskimos, Chicago Cardinals)

1903-06-13

Harold "Red" Grange, Forksville Pennsylvania, American "Galloping Ghost" of football (University of Illinois, Chicago Bears)

1903-07-16

Mary Philbin, Chicago IL, actress (Phantom of the Opera)

1904-04-11

Paul McGrath, Chicago IL, actor (Witness, No Time for Love)

1904-05-21

Robert Montgomery, Beacon NY, actor/dir (Earl of Chicago, Yellow Jack)

1904-06-17

Ralph Bellamy, Chicago, actor (Air Mail, Dive Bomber, Trading Places)

1904-11-13

Gertrude Olmsted, Chicago IL, actress (The Monster)

1904-11-25

Jessie Royce Landis, [Medbury], Chicago, actress (North by Northwest)

1904-11-25

Horace G. Brown, In Old Chicago

1905-10-09

Howard St John, Chicago IL, actor (Born Yesterday, Li'l Abner)

1905-10-16

Rex Bell, Chicago, cowboy actor (Cowboys & Injuns)/lt-gov (Nevada)

1906-02-02

Carl Mahon, The Girl from Chicago

1906-02-12

Bob Bertrand, In Old Chicago

1906-03-08

Franklyn MacCormack, Chicago 2-1-2

1906-07-13

Harry Sosnik, Chicago, orchestra leader (Jack Carter Show, Your Hit Parade)

1906-08-16

Ruth Gillette, In Old Chicago

1906-11-06

James D. Norris, sportsman and businessman (Chicago Black Hawks) (d. 1966)

1907-01-26

Eddie Ballantine, Chicago, orchestra leader (Don McNeill TV Club)

1907-02-22

Robert Young, Chicago Illinois, actor (Father Knows Best, Marcus Welby MD)

1907-03-04

Eleanor "Sis" Daley, wife of Chicago mayor Richard J. Daley (d. 2003)

1907-03-24

Janet Harmon Bragg, US pilot/columnist (Chicago Defender)

1907-09-08

Gavin Muir, Chicago Illinois, actor (Hollister-Betty Hutton Show)

1908-04-05

George Schick, Prague Czech, conductor (Chicago Symphony)

1908-04-28

Michael T Fitzmaurice, Chicago IL, actor (Reported Missing, 14 Hours)

1908-06-15

Sam Giancana, Chicago Illinois, American mafioso

1908-11-03

Bronko Nagurski, Rainy River Ontario, NFL fullback (Chicago Bears)

1908-11-24

Ray Carter, Chicago Ill, orchestra leader (Arthur Murray Dance Party)

1909-01-30

Saul David Alinsky, Chicago Illinois, radical writer (John L Lewis)

1909-05-30

Benny Goodman, Chicago, clarinetist/bandleader (King of Swing)

1909-09-06

John Ridgely, Chicago IL, actor (Northern Pursuit, Air Force)

1909-10-08

Bill Hewitt, NFL end (Chicago Bears, Philadelphia Eagles)

1909-11-11

Robert Ryan, Chicago, actor (Billy Budd, Dirty Dozen, Longest Day)

1909-12-23

Barney Ross, Barney Ross of Chicago, in Defense of His World's Championship Welterweight Title Against Henry Armstrong of California, Featherweight Champion, Held at the Madison Square Garden Bowl, Long Island City, New York

1910-01-10

Joe Twerp, In Old Chicago

1910-02-27

Peter De Vries, Chicago, author (Reuben Reuben, Prick of Noon)

1910-02-28

Vincente Minnelli, Chicago IL, director (American in Paris, Gigi)

1910-04-08

George Musso, NFL guard (Chicago Bears)

1910-06-18

E G Marshall, Owatonna Minn, actor (Playhouse 90, Chicago Hope)

1910-9-18

Curley Bradley, Chicago 2-1-2

1911-02-08

Anne Aitken, [nee Hopkins], Chicago, co-found (Diamond Sangha)

1911-03-25

Jack Ruby, Chicago Illinois, killer of Lee Harvey Oswald

1911-04-24

Jack E Leonard, Chicago Ill, comedian (Disorderly Orderly)

1911-10-01

Irwin Kostal, Chicago Ill, orchestra leader (Garry Moore Show)

1911-10-07

Joe Jones, Chicago IL, drummer

1911-12-26

Steve Kordek, Chicago, Illinois, pinball machine designer, (d. 2012)

1912-03-03

Joe Stydahar, NFL tackle (Chicago Bears)

1912-03-22

Karl Malden, Chicago, actor (Mike-Streets of SF, American Express)

1912-04-13

Roy Winsor, Chicago, producer (Search for Tomorrow, Love of Life)

1912-06-27

Audrey Christie, Chicago Illinois, actress (Dorothy-Fair Exchange)

1912-07-04

Virginia Graham, Chicago Ill, TV personality (Girl Talk, Where Was I)

1912-07-31

Irv Kupcinet, Chicago Ill, TV host (Tonight! America After Dark)

1912-10-26

Don[ald] Siegel, Chicago IL, director (Escape from Alcatraz, Shootist)

1912-12-14

Morey Amsterdam, Chicago Ill, comedian (Buddy-Dick Van Dyke Show)

1913-03-30

Frankie Laine, Chicago Ill, actor (Frankie Laine Show, Rawhide)

1913-09-28

Vivian Fine, Chicago Ill, composer (Women in the Garden)

1914-09-14

Clayton Moore, Chicago Illinois, American actor (d. 1999)

1914-12-14

Rosalyn Tureck, Chicago Illinois, pianist (Bach & Rock)

1915-02-11

Richard Hamming, Chicago Illinois, American Mathematician and Computer Scientist (Hamming code)

1915-02-22

Dan Seymour, Chicago Ill, actor (We the People, Sing It Again)

1915-04-12

[Theodore Roosevelt] Hound Dog Taylor, Natchez Mississippi, American Chicago blues guitarist and singer

1915-08-19

Ring Lardner Jr, Chicago, Illinois, American journalist and screenwriter (Woman of the Year, M A S H)

1916-01-17

Joel Herron, Chicago Ill, orchestra leader (Jaye P Morgan Show)

1916-03-31

John Vivyan, Chicago Illinois, actor (Imitation of Life, Mr Lucky)

1916-04-11

Dan Fortmann, NFL guard (Chicago Bears)

1916-11-21

Sid Luckman, NFL QB (Chicago Bears)

1917-01-10

Barbara Booth, In Old Chicago

1917-01-16

Buddy Lester, Chicago Ill, actor (Nick-Phil Silvers Show)

1917-03-13

Ina Ray Hutton, Chicago Ill, orchestra leader (Ina Ray Hutton Show)

1917-10-02

William Marshall, Chicago IL, band leader (Pennsylvanians)

1917-10-13

Burr Tillstrom, Chicago Illinois, puppeteer (Kukla, Fran & Ollie)

1917-10-17

Marsha Hunt, Chicago Ill, actress (Jennifer-Peck's Bad Girl, Jigsaw)

1917-10-24

Marshall Goldberg, NFL halfback (Chicago Cardinals)

1918-03-13

George McAfee, NFL halfback (Chicago Bears)

1918-08-15

Florian Zabach, Chicago, American musician and TV personality (Hot Canary, Club Embassy)

1918-09-13

Ray Charles, Chicago, orchestra leader (Perry Como)

1918-09-14

Jack Somack, Chicago Illinois, actor (Ball Four, Stockard Channing Show)

1918-12-22

Frankie Darro, Chicago IL, actor (Radio Ranch, Valley of Wanted Men)

1919-02-17

Jock Mahoney, Chicago, actor (Dallas, Yancy Derringer, Day of Fury)

1919-02-17

Kathleen Freeman, Chicago Ill, actress (Beverly Hillbillies)

1919-05-05

Tony Canadeo, Chicago, NFL hall of fame halfback (Green Bay Packers)

1919-05-20

George Gobel, Chicago Ill, comedian/TV personality (I Love My Wife)

1919-06-14

Sam Wanamaker, Chicago Illinois, actor (Holocaust, Competition, Raw Deal)

1919-07-07

William Moses Kunstler, defense attorney (Chicago 8)

1919-10-18

Anita O'Day (born Anita Belle Colton), Chicago, jazz singer

1919-11-10

Clyde "Bulldog" Turner, NFL center (Chicago Bears)

1920-03-01

Harry Caray, baseball announcer (Chicago Cubs)

1920-04-09

Art Van Damme, Norway Mich, jazz accordionist (Chicago Jazz)

1920-04-12

Robert Fizdale, Chicago Illinois, pianist (Misia)

1920-06-22

Paul Frees, Chicago Ill, animation voice (Bullwinkle)

1921-01-31

John Agar, Chicago, actor (Fort Apache, Sands of Iwo Jima)

1921-02-25

Andy Pafko, Boyceville, Wisconsin, MLB player (Chicago Cubs), (d. 2013)

1921-02-25

Andy Pafko, Cubs Forever: Celebrating 60 Years of WGN-TV and the Chicago Cubs

1921-07-17

George Barnes, Chicago Hgts, guitarist (Skip Farrell Show)

1922-03-31

Richard Kiley, Chicago, actor (Man of La Mancha, Endless Love)

1922-04-15

Harold Washington, 1st black mayor of Chicago (D, 1983-87)

1922-05-28

Barney Rosset, Chicago, Illinois, publisher and free speech advocate (publisher of Tropic for Cancer), (d. 2012)

1922-07-26

Jason Robards Jr, Chicago, actor (A Thousand Clowns, Any Wednesday)

1922-09-28

Joe Silver, Chicago Ill, actor (Mr I Magination, Fay)

1922-11-04

Shorty Shea, The Fabulous Bastard from Chicago

1922-12-14

Charley Trippi, NFL halfback (Chicago Cardinals)

1923-01-08

Giorgio Tozzi, Chicago Illinois, basso

1923-09-06

William Kraft, Chicago, Ill, composer/percussionist

1923-10-05

Philip Berrigan, militant priest (Chicago 7)

1923-10-05

Bill Wirtz, longtime Chicago Blackhawks owner (d. 2007)

1923-11-29

Frank Reynolds, E Chicago Ind, news anchor (ABC Evening News)

1924-04-30

Sheldon Harnick, Chicago, lyricist (Fiorello, Fiddler on the Roof)

1924-05-18

Jackie Cagney Miller, In Old Chicago

1924-06-07

Dolores Gray, Chicago Illinois, singer/actress (Designing Woman, Kismet)

1924-06-08

George Kirby, Chicago, comedian (ABC Comedy Hour, Pearl Bailey Show)

1924-06-08

Sheldon Allman, Chicago, actor (Norm-Harris Against the World)

1924-08-29

Dinah Washington, Chicago, singer (What a Difference a Day Makes)

1924-09-21

Gail Russell, Chicago IL, actress (Uninvited, Moonrise, Unseen)

1924-10-15

Mark Lenard, Chicago, Illinois, American actor (Mr Spock's dad Sarek-Star Trek)

1925-01-01

George Conner, NFL tackle, linebacker (Chicago Bears)

1925-02-12

Joan Mitchell, Chicago USA, American painter and printmaker

1925-02-22

Edward Gorey, Chicago, author/artist (Curious Sofa)

1925-04-08

Shecky Greene, Chicago Ill, comedian/actor (Love Machine, Combat)

1925-08-11

Mike Douglas, Chicago Ill, talk show host (Mike Douglas Show)

1925-08-28

Donald O'Connor, Chicago Ill, dancer/actor (Singing in the Rain)

1925-12-29

Eleanore Prentiss, In Old Chicago

1926-02-03

Shelley Berman, Chicago, comedian (Son of Blob, Love American Style)

1926-04-24

Glen Hobbie, Witt, IL, MLB pitcher (Chicago Cubs), (d. 2013)

1926-05-21

Jack Rosenberg, Cubs Forever: Celebrating 60 Years of WGN-TV and the Chicago Cubs

1926-09-11

Lee Richardson, Chicago, actor (Sweet Lorraine, Fly 2, Tiger Warsaw)

1926-09-15

Edward Derwinski, Chicago, Illinois, American congressman for Chicago 1959-83, first Secretary of Veteran Affairs 1989-1992

1927-02-15

Harvey Korman, Chicago, actor (Carol Burnett Show, Blazing Saddles)

1927-02-22

Donald May, Chicago Ill, actor (Adam-Edge of Night, Colt .45)

1927-03-02

Rudolph Vecoli, And They Came to Chicago: The Italian American Legacy

1927-03-06

William J Bell, Chicago Ill, soap opera creator (Young & Restless)

1927-04-02

Billy Pierce, pitcher (Chicago White Sox) seven time all star

1927-06-23

Bob Fosse, Chicago Ill, choreographer/director (Cabaret, Damn Yankees)

1927-06-30

James Goldman, Chicago, Illinois, American screenwriter/playwright (The Lion in Winter, They Might Be Giants)

1927-07-14

John William Chancellor, Chicago Ill, news anchor (NBC, VOA)

1927-07-20

Dick Stanfel, Chicago Bears vs. San Francisco 49ers

1927-07-27

Allen Breed, Chicago, Illinois, USA, American inventor of the first automotive airbag sensor

1927-10-01

Tom Bosley, Chicago, actor (Howard-Happy Days, Murder She Wrote)

1927-10-23

Ed Hughes, Chicago Bears vs. Minnesota Vikings

1927-12-17

Richard Long, Chicago Illinois, actor (Prof-Nanny & the Professor)

1928-04-02

Joseph "Cardinal" Bernardin, of Chicago

1928-12-15

Jimmy Nelson, Chicago Illinois, ventriloguist (Nestles, Farfel)

1928-12-16

Philip K[indred] Dick, Chicago Illinois, US, sci-fi author (Hugo-1963, Blade Runner)

1929-01-07

Anne Campion, Chicago Digest

1929-01-20

Arte Johnson, Chicago Ill, comedian (Laugh-in, Don't Call Me Charlie)

1929-05-11

Sam Cohn, Chicago

1929-05-19

John Stroger Chicago politician

1929-06-10

James McDivitt, Chicago, Brig Gen USAF/astronaut (Gemini 4, Apollo 9)

1929-09-11

David S Broder, Chicago Hgts Ill, journalist (Pulitzer 1973)

1929-10-05

Skip Homeier, Chicago Ill, actor (Beachhead, Dan Raven, Interns)

1929-11-01

Betsy Palmer, E Chicago Ind, actress (Mr Roberts, Friday the 13th)

1929-11-11

LaVern Baker, Chicago, R&B vocalist (I Cried a Tear)

1930-03-19

Bill Henderson, Chicago Illinois, jazz singer (Torpedo-Dreams)

1930-07-09

Buddy Bregman, Chicago, orchestra leader (Eddie Fisher Show)

1930-08-06

Abbey Lincoln, Chicago IL, actress/singer (Nothing But a Man)

1930-10-04

Billy Wade, Chicago Bears vs. Los Angeles Rams

1930-10-27

Bill George, NFL linebacker (Chicago Bears, LA Rams)

1930-12-18

Bill Skowron [Moose], Chicago, Illinois, MLB First baseman (NY Yankees), (d. 2012)

1931-01-31

Ernie Banks, Dallas Texas, "Mr Cub" Chicago Cubs, Hall-of-Famer (short stop/1st baseman)

1931-05-14

Alvin Lucier, Cry Dr. Chicago

1931-05-23

Barbara Barrie, Chicago, actress (Breaking Away, Barney Miller)

1931-06-14

Marla Gibbs, Chicago Ill, actress (Florence-Jeffersons, Mary-227)

1931-07-04

Rick Casares, Tampa, FL, NFL fullback (Chicago Bears), (d. 2013)

1931-09-04

Mitzi Gaynor, Chicago Illinois, American actress/singer/dancer (Anything Goes, South Pacific)

1931-9-29

George Manupelli, Cry Dr. Chicago

1932-03-31

John Jakes, Chicago, writer (Sir Scoundrel, Great Women Reporters)

1932-04-22

Michael Colgrass, Chicago Illinois, composer (Best Wishes)

1932-05-02

Bruce Glover, Chicago Ill, actor (Diamonds are Forever)

1932-08-21

Melvin Van Peebles, Chicago IL, actor/director (Sophisticated Gent)

1932-09-19

Mike Royko, Chicago, journalist (Chic Daily News)/author (Boss)

1932-09-26

Joyce Jameson, Chicago Ill, comedienne (Spike Jones Show)

1932-12-14

George Furth, Chicago Ill, actor/dir (Tammy, Good Guys, Dumplings)

1933-01-23

Arlene Golonka, Chicago Ill, actress (Millie-Mayberry RFD)

1933-01-23

Chita Rivera, Chicago

1933-01-30

Richard Dufallo, Chicago Ill, clarinetist/conductor

1933-02-13

Kim Novak, [Marilyn], Chicago Ill, actress (Vertigo, Of Human Bondage)

1933-03-14

Quincy Jones Jr, Chicago Ill, composer/singer (We Are The World)

1933-07-22

Chuck Cassey, Chicago, choral director (Jimmy Dean Show)

1933-08-27

Leonard Weinglass, Chicago 10

1933-10-09

Martin Gottfried, From Stage to Screen: The History of Chicago

1933-12-01

Lou Rawls, Chicago Illinois, vocalist (Dean Martin's Golddigers, Natural Man), (d. 2006)

1934-02-06

Joe Marconi, Chicago Bears vs. Los Angeles Rams

1934-02-22

Thomas Paul, Chicago Illinois, bass (NYC Opera 1963-70)

1934-03-14

Eugene A Cernan, Chicago, Capt USN/astronaut (Gemini 9, Apollo 10 17)

1934-08-26

Tom Heinsohn, Chicago Bulls vs. New York Knicks

1935-01-22

Sam Cooke, Chicago Ill, soul singer (You Send Me)

1935-03-01

Robert Conrad, [Conrad R Falk], Chicago, actor (Wild Wild West)

1935-03-30

Willie Galimore, Chicago Bears vs. Los Angeles Rams

1935-04-09

Avery Schreiber, Chicago Ill, comedian (My Mother the Car)

1935-04-24

Louis Keith, Chicago, physician (expert on multiple-births)

1935-08-29

William Friedkin, Chicago, Illinois, American director/producer/writer (The Exorcist, The French Connection)

1935-09-12

Richard H Hunt, Chicago, sculptor (Pyramidal Construction)

1935-10-02

Robert H Lawrence, Chicago Ill, USAF/astronaut

1935-12-14

Lewis Arquette, Chicago IL, actor (Horror Show, Book of Love)

1936-05-07

Bobby Joe Green, Chicago Bears vs. Kansas City Chiefs

1936-07-20

Butch Baird, Chicago IL, PGA golfer (1961 Waco Turner Open)

1936-09-14

Walter Koenig, Chicago Ill, actor (Checkov-Star Trek)

1936-10-26

Bruce Belland, Chicago, singer (Tim Conway Hour)

1937-02-14

Magic Sam, rocker (Chicago Bluesman)

1937-03-17

Frank Calabrese [Frankie Breeze], Chicago, Illinois, mafia hitman, (d. 2012)

1937-03-26

Barbara Pearl Jones, Chicago Illinois, 4X100m relayer (Olympic-gold-1952, 60)

1937-07-06

Gene Chandler, [Eugene Dixon], Chicago, rocker (Duke of Earl)

1937-08-27

Tommy Sands, Chicago IL, singer/actor (Teenage Rock, Dream With Me)

1937-10-31

Tom Paxton, Chicago, folk singer/songwriter (Forest Lawn)

1937-11-12

Jules Fisher, Chicago

1938-04-06

Roy Thinnes, Chicago Ill, actor (Invaders, Falcon Crest, Gen Hospital)

1938-04-21

Angelo Coia, Chicago Bears vs. Los Angeles Rams

1938-07-14

Jerry Rubin, activist (Chicago 7)/stockbroker

1938-08-09

Dick Anthony Williams, Chicago Ill, actor (Our Family Honor)

1938-11-11

John Reilly, Chicago, actor (Sean-General Hospital, Dallas, Hamptons)

1938-11-21

Robert Drivas, [Choromokos], Chicago, actor (Our Private World)

1939-01-03

Bobby Hull, Pointe Anne Ontario, Canadian NHL forward (Chicago Blackhawk 1957-72)

1939-05-11

Milt Pappas, Cubs Forever: Celebrating 60 Years of WGN-TV and the Chicago Cubs

1939-07-18

Mike Pyle, Chicago Bears vs. Los Angeles Rams

1939-07-20

Judy Chicago, [Cohen], Chicago, artist (Dinner Party)

1939-07-20

Judy Chicago, Creativity with Bill Moyers

1939-10-30

Grace Slick, Chicago, rock vocalist (Jefferson Airplane-White Rabbit)

1939-11-19

Garrick Utley, Chicago Illinois, newscaster (1st Tuesday, NBC Weekend)

1939-9-07

Chuck Allen, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Chicago Bears

1940-02-22

Chet Walker, NBA all-star forward (Chicago Bulls)

1940-04-12

Herbie Hancock, Chicago, pianist (I Thought it Was You)

1940-06-06

Laudir De Olivera, rocker (Chicago)

1940-07-30

Reva Rose, Chicago Ill, singer/actress (Temperature's Rising)

1940-08-11

Kip King, Chicago Ill, actor (Charlie & Company)

1940-09-05

Raquel Welch, Chicago Illinois, (Myra Breckenridge, 1,000,000 BC, 100 Rifles)

1940-10-12

Glenn Beckert, Cubs Forever: Celebrating 60 Years of WGN-TV and the Chicago Cubs

1940-12-11

Donna Mills, Chicago, Illinois, American actress (Knots Landing, Incident)

1940-12-25

Peter Brown, Chicago Il, rocker

1941-07-25

Emmett Till, Chicago Illinois, American lynching victim

1941-10-27

Len St. Jean, New England Patriots vs. Chicago Bears

1942-03-17

John Wayne Gacy, Chicago Illinois, serial killer (32 boys)

1942-04-24

Richard M Daley, (mayor-D-Chicago)

1942-06-01

Randy Hundley, Cubs Forever: Celebrating 60 Years of WGN-TV and the Chicago Cubs

1942-06-03

Curtis Mayfield, Chicago, rock vocalist (Freddie's Dead, Superfly)

1942-06-29

Sherman Lewis, Chicago Bears vs. Minnesota Vikings

1942-07-13

Harrison Ford, Chicago Illinois, actor (Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Frantic)

1942-10-23

Michael Crichton, Chicago, novelist (Andromeda Strain, Congo, Looker), (d. 2008)

1942-11-18

Jeffrey Siegel, Chicago Ill, pianist (Chicago Symph)

1942-12-05

Randy Kirby, Chicago Ill, actor (Randy-Girl From UNCLE)

1942-12-09

Dick Butkus, Chicago, NFL hall of fame linebacker (Bears)/sportscaster

1942-12-17

Paul Butterfield, Chicago, blues musician (Better Days)

1942-12-19

Bob Windsor, New England Patriots vs. Chicago Bears

1943-02-05

Michael Mann, Chicago IL, actor/director (Sexpot, Close Friends)

1943-02-28

Barbara Acklin, [Allen], Chicago, R&B singer (Love Makes a Woman)

1943-04-23

Tony Esposito, Ontario, NHL goalie (Chicago Blackhawks)

1943-05-30

Gale Sayers, Wichita Kansas, NFL running back (Chicago Bears)

1943-07-28

Mike Bloomfield, Chicago Ill, blues guitarist/singer (Analine)

1943-08-18

Martin Mull, Chicago Illinois, actor/comedian (Bad Manners, Flick, Serial)

1943-08-28

David Soul, [Solberg] Chicago, actor (Starsky & Hutch)

1943-10-10

Cid Edwards, Baltimore Colts vs. Chicago Bears

1943-10-20

Noland Smith, Chicago Bears vs. San Francisco 49ers

1943-11-09

Lee Graziano, Chicago Ill, rock drummer (American Breed)

1944-02-29

Dennis Farina, Chicago, IL, actor (Get Short, Law & Order), (d. 2013)

1944-07-31

Sherry Lansing, Chicago Ill, actress (China Syndrome, Black Rain)

1944-08-19

Buzz Kilman, Chicago radio personality

1944-08-30

Charles Colbert, Chicago Ill, rocker (American Breed)

1944-09-13

Peter Cetera, Chicago, lead singer (Chicago-25 or 6 to 4, Old Days)

1944-09-18

Charles Lacy Veach, Chicago Illinois, astronaut (STS 39, STS 52)

1944-10-04

Tony La Russa, Tampa Florida, MLB manager (Chicago, Oakland, St. Louis)

1944-10-13

Robert Lamm, NYC, rocker (Chicago-If You Leave Me Now)

1944-10-23

Warren Burton, Chicago IL, actor (Jason Dunlap-Another World

1944-11-07

James Dashow, Chicago, American/Italian composer

1944-11-07

Tommy Hart, Chicago Bears vs. Washington Redskins

1944-11-21

Harold Ramis, Chicago IL, actor/director (SCTV, Stripes), (d. 2014)

1945-02-28

Mimsy Farmer, Chicago Ill, actress (Devil's Angel, Road to Salina)

1945-03-14

Walt Parazaider, Chicago Ill, rock saxophonist (Chicago)

1945-03-14

Walter Parazaider, Chicago Presents an Evening of Holiday Music and Greatest Hits

1945-08-16

Bob Balaban, Chicago IL, actor/director (2010, Girlfriends)

1945-08-16

Gary Loizzo, Chicago IL, rock guitarist (American Breed)

1945-08-16

Robert Balaban, Chicago, actor (Absence of Malice, Altered States)

1945-10-01

Donny Hathaway, Chicago, singer/songwriter (Where is the Love)

1945-10-04

Clifton Davis, Chicago Ill, actor/singer (That's My Mama, Amen)

1945-11-03

Ken Holtzman, Cubs Forever: Celebrating 60 Years of WGN-TV and the Chicago Cubs

1946-01-06

Harold Jackson, New Orleans Saints vs. Chicago Bears

1946-01-31

Terry Kath, rocker (Chicago-If You Leave Me Now)

1946-05-01

Nick Fortune, [Nicholas Fortuna], rock bassist (Buckinghams Chicago)

1946-06-06

Chelsea Brown, Chicago Ill, comedienne (Laugh-in, Matt Lincoln)

1946-09-02

Marty Grebb, Chicago, rocker (Buckinghams)

1946-09-07

Alfa Anderson, Bronx NY, rock vocalist (Chicago)

1946-09-11

Dennis Tufano, Chicago, rock guitarist/vocalist (Buckinghams)

1946-10-21

Lee Loughnane, rocker (Chicago)

1946-10-21

Lee Loughnane, Now More Than Ever: The History of Chicago

1946-10-26

Pat Sajak, Chicago, TV host (Wheel of Fortune, Pat Sajak Show)

1946-12-17

Jayne Eastwood, Chicago

1946-12-30

Patti Smith, Chicago Il, rock vocalist (Radio Ethiopia)

1947-01-01

Hilton Felton, Chicago Cab

1947-01-24

Warren Zevon, Chicago, rocker (Excitable Boy)

1947-02-18

Dennis De Young, Chicago Il, vocalist (Styx-Babe)

1947-03-27

Doug Wilkerson, Chicago Bears vs. San Diego Chargers

1947-03-31

Jon-Jon Poulos, Chicago Ill, rocker (Buckinghams)

1947-05-14

Al Ciner, Chicago Ill, rock guitarist (American Breed)

1947-05-28

Patti Reynolds, Chicago Ill, playmate (Sept, 1965)

1947-06-21

Michael Gross, Chicago Ill, actor (Family Ties, FBI murders)

1947-06-22

Bobby Douglass, Baltimore Colts vs. Chicago Bears

1947-07-14

Steve Stone, Cubs Forever: Celebrating 60 Years of WGN-TV and the Chicago Cubs

1947-08-20

James Pankow, Chicago IL, rocker (Chicago)

1947-08-21

Carl Giammarese, Chicago Ill, rock guitarist (Buckinghams)

1947-08-23

Rex Allen Jr, Chicago, country singer (Nashville on the Road)

1947-09-20

Chuck Panozzo [John], Chicago, rocker (Styx)

1947-10-12

Chris Wallace, Chicago Illinois, newscaster (NBC Weekend News)

1947-10-26

Hillary Rodham Clinton, Chicago, Illinois, First Lady (1993-2001), Senator (New York, 2001-2009), Secretary of State (2009-2013)

1947-11-08

Minnie Ripperton, Chicago, singer (Loving You)

1947-11-13

Joe Mantegna, Chicago Ill, actor (House of Games, Weeds)

1947-11-19

Mike Phipps, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

1947-11-30

David Mamet, Chicago, playwright/dir (Speed the Plow, House of Games)

1947-12-07

Vincent Baggetta, Paterson NJ, actor (Lou-Chicago Story)

1948-01-27

Tom Trebelhorn, Houston Astros vs. Chicago Cubs

1948-02-22

Dennis Awtrey, NBA center (Chicago Bulls, Suns)

1948-04-04

Berry Oakley, Chicago Ill, rocker (Allman Brothers-Ramblin' Man)

1948-04-19

George Farmer, New York Jets vs. Chicago Bears

1948-07-25

Steve Goodman, Chicago, singer/songwriter (Somebody Elses Trouble)

1948-08-28

Daniel Seraphine, Chicago, rock drummer (Chicago-If You Leave Me Now)

1948-10-17

George Wendt, Chicago Ill, actor (Norm-Cheers)

1948-11-14

James Young, Chicago IL, rock guitarist (Styx)

1948-12-02

Charlie Hall, Chicago Bears vs. Cleveland Browns

1949-01-24

John Belushi, Chicago Ill, comedian/actor (SNL, Blues Brothers)

1949-04-15

Craig Zadan, Chicago

1949-04-16

Ann Romney, Ann Romney Is Here Today, and She's in the Kitchen with Rachael! Then, Sophia Bush Is Dishing on the New Season of "Chicago P.D.!"

1949-05-31

Tom Berenger, Chicago IL, actor (Big Chill, Someone to Watch Over Me)

1949-07-12

Charlie Weaver, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

1949-07-13

Rod Marinelli, Chicago Bears at Minnesota Vikings

1949-08-24

Josh Ashton, New England Patriots vs. Chicago Bears

1949-08-30

Dan Neal, Chicago Bears vs. Kansas City Chiefs

1949-10-10

Jessica Harper, Chicago IL, actress (Inserts, Stardust Memories)

1949-10-19

Lynn Dickey, Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears

1949-10-25

Brian Kerwin, Chicago Ill, actor (Chisholms, King Kong Lives, Lobo)

1949-9-07

Jim Osborne, Chicago Bears vs. Kansas City Chiefs

1950-02-07

Burt Hooton, Cubs Forever: Celebrating 60 Years of WGN-TV and the Chicago Cubs

1950-02-26

Jonathan Cain, Chicago, rock guitarist/keyboardist (Journey, Babys)

1950-04-15

Amy Wright, Chicago Illinois, actress (Inside Moves, Accidental Tourist)

1950-06-02

Toni Alessandrini, Chicago Ill, actress (Vice Academy Part 2)

1950-06-15

Mark Arnott, Chicago IL, actor (Return of the Secaucus 7)

1950-06-19

Dave Reavis, Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Chicago Bears

1950-06-29

Bob Parsons, Chicago Bears vs. Kansas City Chiefs

1950-07-05

Gary Matthews, Cubs Forever: Celebrating 60 Years of WGN-TV and the Chicago Cubs

1950-07-31

John R. Haley, Chicago Overcoat

1950-08-03

John Landis, Chicago IL, director (Animal House, Michael Jackson's Thriller video)

1950-09-11

Amy Madigan, Chicago Ill, actress (Uncle Buck, Twice in a Lifetime)

1951-01-12

Bill Madlock, 4X NL batting champ (Chicago Cubs)

1951-03-19

Pat Leahy, New York Jets vs. Chicago Bears

1951-04-14

Noah Jackson, Chicago Bears vs. Kansas City Chiefs

1951-04-16

Don Carmody, Chicago

1951-04-16

Henry Childs, Los Angeles Rams vs. Chicago Bears

1951-05-09

Alley Mills, Chicago Ill, actress (Norma Arnold-Wonder Years)

1951-06-13

Jonathan Hogan, Chicago IL, actor (House on Carroll St)

1951-06-21

Nils Lofgren, Chicago, guitarist/singer/songwriter (East Street Band)

1951-06-29

Bruce Kimm, Chicago Cubs vs. St. Louis Cardinals

1951-07-21

Robin Williams, Chicago, Illinois, American actor and comedian (Mork & Mindy, Good Will Hunting)

1951-07-27

Tris Imboden, Chicago World Tour 2011: Backstage Pass

1951-08-19

Allan Ellis, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

1951-09-02

Michael Gray, Chicago Ill, actor (Ronnie-Brian Keith Show)

1951-10-11

Jon Miller, Philadelphia Phillies vs. Chicago Cubs

1951-11-25

Bucky Dent, all star shortstop (Chicago White Sox, NY Yankees)

1951-12-09

Gregory Mitchell, Chicago

1951-9-29

John McLaren, Chicago White Sox vs. Seattle Mariners

1952-02-03

Fred Lynn, Chicago, baseball outfielder (Boston, California, Baltimore)

1952-04-06

Marilu Henner, Chicago, actress (Taxi, Man Who Loved Women, Eve Shade)

1952-04-29

Nora Dunn, Chicago Illinois, comedienne (SNL, Miami Blues, Working Girl)

1952-05-10

Cliff Taylor, Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears

1952-05-21

Mr. T, [Lawrence Tureaud], Chicago, American actor (A-Team, Rocky III, T & T)

1952-05-28

Terry Schmidt, Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Chicago Bears

1952-07-14

Stan Shaw, Chicago Illinois, actor (Mississippi, Roots Next Generation)

1952-07-28

Leonard Thompson, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

1952-10-13

Greg Latta, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

1952-10-31

Bernard Edwards, Greenville NC, bassist (Chicago-Addicted to Love)

1952-11-30

Mandy Patinkin, Chicago Il, actor/singer (Yentl, Alien Nation)

1953-01-09

Ivan DeJesus, Cubs Forever: Celebrating 60 Years of WGN-TV and the Chicago Cubs

1953-01-31

Gary Douglas, Chicago

1953-03-25

Mary Gross, Chicago Ill, actress/comedian (SNL, Club Paradise, Feds)

1953-05-31

Richard Wood, Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Chicago Bears

1953-08-28

Bob Avellini, Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Chicago Bears

1953-9-10

Revie Sorey, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

1954-03-10

Dave Williams, Los Angeles Rams vs. Chicago Bears

1954-03-14

Adrian Zmed, Chicago Ill, actor (TJ Hooker, Dance Fever)

1954-04-10

Peter MacNicol, Dallas TX, actor (Chicago Hope, Sophie's Choice)

1954-05-06

Cedric Brown, Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Chicago Bears

1954-06-11

Gary Fencik, NFL defensive back (Chicago Bears)

1954-06-15

James Belushi, Chicago Ill, comedian (Sat Night Live, Trading Places)

1954-06-30

Ken Olin, Chicago, actor (Thirtysomething, Det Quinn-EZ Street)

1954-07-02

Wendy Schaal, Chicago Ill, actress (It's a Living, Julie-Fantasy Is)

1954-07-25

Walter Payton, Columbia Mississippi, NFL running back (Chicago Bears)

1954-07-30

Ken Olin, Chicago Ill, actor (Hill St Blues, Michael-30 Something)

1954-08-12

Sam J. Jones [Samuel Gerald], Chicago, Illinois, American actor (Flash Gordon, Code Red)

1954-08-27

Scott Studwell, Chicago Bears vs. Minnesota Vikings

1954-09-29

Cindy Morgan, [Cichorski], Chicago Ill, actress (Tron)

1954-10-20

Lee Roy Selmon, Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Chicago Bears

1954-10-26

D W Moffett, Highland Park IL, actor (Fine Things, Lisa, Chicago Sons)

1954-11-08

Rickie Lee Jones, Chicago, singer (Chuck E's in Love)

1954-11-19

Tom Scheckel, Chicago IL, rock drummer (Buckinghams)

1954-11-20

Steve Dahl, California, Chicago's anti-disco DJ (WLS-FM)

1955-09-10

Charlotte Lewis, Chicago Illinois, basketball player (Olympic-silver-1976)

1955-10-25

Danny Darwin, Texas Rangers vs. Chicago White Sox

1955-11-06

Maria Shriver, Chicago, newscaster (Sunday Today) and ex-wife of Arnold Schwarzenegger

1955-11-22

James Edwards, NBA center (Chicago Bulls)

1955-12-10

Barry Bennett, Chicago Bears vs. New York Jets

1956-01-07

Rosalyn Bryant, Chicago Illinois, 4x400m runner (Olympic-silver-1976)

1956-02-14

Ken Wahl, Chicago IL, actor (Wanderers)

1956-02-14

John Anderson, Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears

1956-04-27

Dennie Shupryt-Knoop, Chicago Ill, beach volleyballer (Olympics-96)

1956-05-19

Luis Salazar, New York Mets vs. Chicago Cubs

1956-06-21

Rick Sutcliffe, pitcher (LA Dodgers, Chicago Cubs)

1956-06-21

Rick Sutcliffe, Cubs Forever: Celebrating 60 Years of WGN-TV and the Chicago Cubs

1956-07-30

Jeff Komlo, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

1956-10-01

Vance Law, Oakland Athletics vs. Chicago White Sox

1956-11-07

Judy Tenuta, Chicago, Illinois, American comedian

1956-11-12

Jody Davis, Cubs Forever: Celebrating 60 Years of WGN-TV and the Chicago Cubs

1956-11-19

Scott Jacoby, Chicago Ill, actor (Bad Ronald, Return to Horror High)

1956-12-07

Reggie Doss, Los Angeles Rams vs. Chicago Bears

1957-01-05

Bob Derner, Cubs Forever: Celebrating 60 Years of WGN-TV and the Chicago Cubs

1957-02-06

Robert Townsend, Chicago, comedian/actor (Hollywood Shuffle, Ratboy)

1957-03-14

Steve Lake, Chicago Cubs vs. Philadelphia Phillies

1957-05-31

Derrick Martin, Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears

1957-06-03

Curtis Green, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

1957-07-30

Bill Cartwright, basketball player (NY Knicks, Chicago Bulls)

1957-08-09

John Moses, Chicago White Sox vs. Seattle Mariners

1957-10-23

Dave Shouse, Chicago Cab

1957-11-10

Jodi Anderson, Chicago Ill, US long jump champ (1978-81)

1957-12-04

Lee Smith, Cubs Forever: Celebrating 60 Years of WGN-TV and the Chicago Cubs

1957-12-19

Liz Glazowski, Chicago Ill, playmate (April, 1980)

1958-03-13

Stafford Mays, Chicago Bears vs. Minnesota Vikings

1958-03-29

Domingo Ramos, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs

1958-04-22

Mark Murphy, Chicago Bears vs. Green Bay Packers

1958-05-12

James Wilder, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

1958-06-12

Rory Sparrow, Chicago Bulls vs. New York Knicks

1958-07-16

Michael Flatley, Chicago Ill, Irish choreographer (Lord of Dance)

1958-09-12

Gregg Edelman, Chicago IL, actor (Green Card)

1958-09-20

Marty Schiene, Chicago Ill, Canadian Tour golfer (1992 Illinois Open)

1958-09-25

Michael Madsen, Chicago, actor (Reservoir Dogs, Straight Talk)

1958-10-10

John M Grunsfeld, Chicago Ill, PhD/astronaut (STS 67, 81)

1958-10-13

Derri Daugherty, Lost Dogs... Via Chicago

1958-12-10

John J York, Chicago Ill, actor (Mac Scorpio-General Hospital)

1958-12-13

Lynn-Holly Johnson, Chicago IL, actress (Ice Castles)

1958-12-25

Rickey Henderson, Chicago Illinois, MLB outfielder (stolen base king, A's, Yanks)

1958-9-07

Robin Hayman, Chicago

1959-02-02

Mike Tice, Chicago Bears at Minnesota Vikings

1959-02-07

Timothy Shew, Chicago

1959-03-15

Harold Baines, Easton MD, outfielder (Chicago White Sox, Texas Rangers)

1959-04-25

Tony Phillips, Atlanta GA, baseballoutfielder: Chicago White Sox

1959-05-16

Bob Patterson, Jacksonville FL, pitcher (Chicago Cubs)

1959-05-16

Bob Patterson, Atlanta Braves vs. Chicago Cubs

1959-07-04

Mary Ann Lamb, Chicago

1959-08-13

Danny Bonaduce, actor (Danny-Partridge Family)/Chicago DJ (WLUP)

1959-08-21

Jim McMahon, NFL QB (Chicago Bears, San Diego Chargers, Philadelphia Eagles)

1959-09-18

Ryne Sandberg, Spokane WA, infielder (Chicago Cubs)

1959-10-09

Mike Singletary, NFL middle linebacker (Chicago Bears)

1959-10-16

Brian Harper, Minnesota Twins vs. Chicago White Sox

1959-11-09

Tony Phillips, Atlanta GA, outfielder (Chicago White Sox)

1959-11-30

Will Kern, Chicago Cab

1960-01-29

Steve Sax, 2nd baseman (LA Dodgers, NY Yankees, Chicago White Sox)

1960-04-29

Joseph Guzaldo, Chicago Ill, actor (Stir Crazy)

1960-05-01

Charlie O'Brien, Chicago White Sox vs. Anaheim Angels

1960-07-30

John Cannon, Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Chicago Bears

1960-09-05

Willie Gault, bob sledder/NFL receiver (Chicago Bears, LA Raiders)

1960-09-29

John MacBeth Paxson, NBA Guard (Chicago Bulls)

1960-10-17

Rob Marshall, Chicago

1960-10-30

Gerald Perry, Chicago White Sox vs. Seattle Mariners

1960-11-04

Kathy Griffin, Chicago, Illinois, American comedienne (Suddenly Susan, Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List)

1960-11-18

Mike Martin, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Chicago Bears

1960-11-26

Mike Merriweather, Minnesota Vikings vs. Chicago Bears

1960-11-26

Johnny Hector, New York Jets vs. Chicago Bears

1960-12-03

Daryl Hannah, Chicago, Illinois, American actress (Splash, Blade Runner)

1960-9-16

Mel Hall, New York Yankees vs. Chicago White Sox

1961-01-25

Michele Tobin, Chicago Ill, actress (Fitzpatricks)

1961-02-04

Denis Savard, Pointe Gatineau Ca, NHL center (Chicago Blackhawks)

1961-03-17

Casey Siemaszko, Chicago IL, actor (Biloxi Blues, 3 O'Clock High)

1961-04-03

Tim Crews, Chicago Cubs vs. Los Angeles Dodgers

1961-04-09

Kirk McCaskill, Kapuskasing Ont, pitcher (Chicago White Sox)

1961-04-09

Kirk McCaskill, Chicago White Sox vs. Seattle Mariners

1961-04-30

Isiah Thomas, Chicago Illinois, NBA forward (Detroit Piston; 1990 NBA playoff MVP)

1961-05-13

Dennis Rodman, Trenton, New Jersey, NBA forward (Chicago Bulls)

1961-06-24

Bernie Nicholls, Haliburton, NHL center (Chicago Blackhawks)

1961-07-14

Rick Negron, Chicago

1961-08-06

Mary Lou, Daniels Chicago lL, tennis star

1961-09-11

Virginia Madsen, Chicago Ill, actress (Dune, Hot Spot, Class)

1961-11-12

Greg Gagne, Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Chicago Cubs

1961-12-08

David Howard, Chicago Bears vs. Minnesota Vikings

1961-12-31

Perry Kemp, Chicago Bears vs. Green Bay Packers

1961-12-31

Rick Aguilera, Chicago Cubs vs. New York Mets

1961-9-07

James Griffin, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

1961-9-26

Steve Buechele, Atlanta Braves vs. Chicago Cubs

1962-01-04

Joe Kleine, NBA center (Phoenix Suns, Chicago Bulls)

1962-01-25

Chris Chelios, Chicago, NHL defenseman (Chicago Blackhawks, Team USA)

1962-01-27

Cynthia Onrubia, Chicago

1962-02-02

Michael T Weiss, Chicago, actor (Jarod-Pretender, Days of our Lives)

1962-03-10

Bogdan Kuzmanovic, Goodbye in Chicago

1962-03-14

[Anthony] Kirby Puckett, Chicago Illinois, MLB centerfielder (Minnesota Twins)

1962-05-30

Tonya Pinkins, Chicago Ill, actress (Livia Frye-All My Children)

1962-06-10

Brent Sutter, Viking, NHL center (Chicago Blackhawks)

1962-07-01

Andre Braugher, Chicago Ill, actor (Frank Pembleton-Homicide)

1962-07-03

Thomas Gibson, actor (Dr Daniel Nyland-Chicago Hope)

1962-09-19

Randy Myers, Vancouver WA, pitcher (Chicago Cubs, Baltimore Orioles)

1962-09-22

Rob Stone, Chicago Ill, actor (Kevin-Mr Belvedere)

1962-09-30

Dave Magadan, Tampa FL, 1st baseman (NY Mets, Chicago Cubs)

1962-10-05

Mike Conley, Chicago Illinois, triple jumper (Olympic-silver-1984)

1962-10-22

Derrick Waldroup, Chicago Ill, 198 lbs greco-roman wrestler (Oly-96)

1962-10-30

Danny Tartabull, Miami FL, outfielder (NY Yankees, Chicago White Sox)

1962-11-12

Jeff Reed, Chicago Cubs vs. Chicago White Sox

1962-11-21

Dick Schofield, New York Mets vs. Chicago Cubs

1962-12-16

William "The Refrigerator" Perry, NFL defensive back (Chicago Bears)

1962-9-06

Brian Noble, Chicago Bears vs. Green Bay Packers

1963-01-15

Yaro Dachniwsky, Chicago Illinois, team handball goalie (Olympics-1996)

1963-02-17

Michael Jordan, NBA guard/forward (Chicago Bulls) and sports superstar

1963-03-01

Tony Castillo, Chicago White Sox vs. Cleveland Indians

1963-04-09

José Guzmán, Atlanta Braves vs. Chicago Cubs

1963-04-10

Marvin Freeman, Chicago IL, pitcher (Colorado Rockies)

1963-04-26

Bill Wennington, NBA center (Chicago Bulls)

1963-04-30

Steve Smith, Glasgow Scotland, NHL defenseman (Chicago Blackhawks)

1963-07-14

Harper LeBel, Chicago Bears vs. St. Louis Rams

1963-07-16

Denise Faye, Chicago

1963-07-19

Mark Carreon, Chicago IL, outfielder (SF Giants)

1963-08-08

Ron Karkovice, Union NJ, catcher (Chicago White Sox)

1963-08-08

Ron Karkovice, Cleveland Indians vs. Chicago White Sox

1963-08-20

Gerry Fiorini, Chicago

1963-09-16

Richard Marx, Chicago Ill, rocker (Hold on to the Night)

1963-10-21

Paul Greenberg, Chicago

1963-11-27

Fisher Stevens, Chicago, actor (My Science Project, Short Circuit)

1963-12-19

Jennifer Beals, Chicago Ill, actress (Flashdance, Bride)

1963-9-10

Cap Boso, New York Jets vs. Chicago Bears

1964-01-20

Ozzie Guillen, Oculare del Tuy Venezuela, shortstop (Chicago White Sox)

1964-01-20

Ron Harper, NBA guard (Chicago Bulls)

1964-01-27

Jack Haley, NBA center (Chicago Bulls)

1964-02-17

Mike Campbell, Seattle WA, pitcher (Chicago Cubs)

1964-02-18

Kevin Tapani, Des Moines IA, pitcher (Chicago White Sox, Minnesota Twins)

1964-04-13

Page Hannah, Chicago Ill, actress (Kate Riley-Fame)

1964-05-20

Jeff Schwarz, US baseball pitcher (California Angels, Chicago White Sox)

1964-05-20

Joseph Sinnott Edwards, Chicago, murderer (FBI Most Wanted List)

1964-06-03

Nelson Liriano, Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Chicago Cubs

1964-06-06

Joseph Scoren, Chicago

1964-06-12

Paula Marshall, Rockville MD, actress (Lindsay Sutton-Chicago Sons)

1964-06-24

Gary Suter, Madison WI, NHL defenseman (Chicago Blackhawks, USA)

1964-07-03

Warren Newson, Chicago White Sox vs. Texas Rangers

1964-07-20

Murray Craven, Medicine Hat, NHL left wing (Chicago Blackhawks)

1964-08-03

Joan E Higginbotham, Chicago Il, astronaut

1964-08-06

Lisa Boyle, Chicago Ill, actress (Showgirls)

1964-08-06

Moosie Drier, Chicago Illinois, actor (Laugh-in)

1964-08-07

Patti Liscio, Santa Maria CA, golfer (1994 Chicago Challenge-49th)

1964-08-14

Keith Howland, Chicago Presents an Evening of Holiday Music and Greatest Hits

1964-08-26

Chad Kreuter, Marin County CA, catcher (Chicago White Sox)

1964-08-30

Joan Bennett, Chicago Ill, playmate (January, 1985)

1964-09-26

Dave Martinez, Manhattan NY, outfielder (Chicago White Sox)

1964-11-11

Roberto Hernandez, Santurce Puerto Rico, pitcher (Chicago White Sox)

1964-11-26

Jeff Jaeger, NFL kicker (Oakland Raiders, Chicago Bears)

1964-11-26

Jeff Jaeger, Chicago Bears vs. Oakland Raiders

1964-12-07

Rick Fenney, Chicago Bears vs. Minnesota Vikings

1964-12-22

Michael Jackson, Chicago White Sox vs. Seattle Mariners

1964-12-23

Andy Gabel, Chicago Ill, short track skater (Olympics-1994)

1965-01-28

Ed Hartig, Cubs Forever: Celebrating 60 Years of WGN-TV and the Chicago Cubs

1965-02-07

Jason Gedrick, Chicago IL, actor (Heavenly Kid, Class of '96)

1965-04-21

Ed Belfour, Carman, NHL goalie (Chicago Blackhawks)

1965-05-10

Todd Kalis, Chicago Bears vs. Minnesota Vikings

1965-05-24

John C. Reilly, Chicago, Illinois, American actor (Chicago, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story)

1965-05-24

John C. Reilly, Chicago

1965-06-04

Andrea Jaeger, Chicago, tennis player (retired as a teenager)

1965-06-05

Bob Probert, Windsor, NHL right wing (Chicago Blackhawks)

1965-06-11

Joe Cain, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

1965-07-30

Todd Haney, Houston Astros vs. Chicago Cubs

1965-08-04

Matt Merullo, Oakland Athletics vs. Chicago White Sox

1965-08-21

Jim Bullinger, New Orleans LA, pitcher (Chicago Cubs)

1965-08-25

Kathleen Horvath, Chicago Illinois, tennis player (French Open Jr 1980)

1965-09-04

Terri Lynn Doss, Chicago Ill, playmate (Jul, 1988)

1965-09-27

Steve Kerr, NBA guard (Chicago Bulls)

1965-10-12

Todd Krygier, Chicago Heights, NHL left wing (Anaheim, Washington)

1965-10-28

Jami Gertz, Chicago, actress (Less the Zero, Crossroads, Solarbabies)

1965-11-25

Anthony Newman, Chicago Bears vs. Oakland Raiders

1966-01-02

Dave Dreiwitz, Ween Live in Chicago

1966-01-03

Wendell Davis, Chicago Bears vs. Houston Oilers

1966-01-06

Donnell Woolford, NFL cornerback (Pittsburgh Steelers, Chicago Bears)

1966-01-19

Anthony Young, US baseball pitcher (NY Met, Chicago Cubs)

1966-02-01

Eddie Zambrano, Venezuelan/US baseball outfielder (Chicago Cubs)

1966-03-14

Tony Woods, Chicago Bears vs. Cleveland Browns

1966-03-29

Eric Gunderson, Texas Rangers vs. Chicago White Sox

1966-04-14

Greg Maddux, Cubs Forever: Celebrating 60 Years of WGN-TV and the Chicago Cubs

1966-05-11

Trenidad Hubbard, Chicago IL, outfielder (Colorado Rockies)

1966-06-28

John Cusack, Chicago, actor (Stand By Me, Sure Thing, Better Off Dead)

1966-06-30

Louie Aguiar, Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears

1966-08-07

Tony Stargell, NFL cornerback (Tampa Bay Bucs, Chicago Bears)

1966-08-16

Ed Olczyk, Chicago, NHL center (Winnipeg Jets)

1966-08-16

Terry Shumpert, Paducah KY, infielder (Chicago Cubs)

1966-10-31

Brian Keyser, Castro Valley CA, pitcher (Chicago White Sox)

1966-10-31

Tripp Lamkins, Chicago Cab

1966-12-02

Rob Sullivan, Chicago Ill, Canadian Tour golfer (1991 Tri-City Pro-Am)

1966-12-10

Norberto Martin, Santo Domingo Dom Rep, infielder (Chicago White Sox)

1966-12-19

Eric Weinrich, Roanoke, NHL defenseman (Chicago Blackhawks)

1966-9-11

Richard Harvey, Chicago Bears vs. Oakland Raiders

1967-01-01

Andy Heck, NFL tackle (Seattle Seahawk, Chicago Bears)

1967-01-08

Hollis Conway, Chicago Ill, high jumper (Olympics-silv/bronze-88, 92)

1967-02-01

Thomas Jamroz, Chicago Poems

1967-02-20

Tom Waddle, NFL player (Chicago Bears/Cincinnati Bengals)

1967-03-02

Leo Gomez, Canovanas Puerto Rico, infielder (Chicago Cubs)

1967-03-16

John Mangum, Chicago Bears vs. St. Louis Rams

1967-03-27

Jaime Navarro, Bayamon Puerto Rico, pitcher (Chicago Cubs)

1967-04-26

Matt Peterson, Chicago IL, Nike golfer (1992 Hawkeye Open-7th)

1967-05-11

Kenneth Gould, Chicago Illinois, Welterweight boxer (Olympic-bronze-1988)

1967-05-19

Turk Wendell, Pittsfield MA, pitcher (Chicago Cubs)

1967-05-29

Bill Risley, Chicago IL, pitcher (Toronto Blue Jays)

1967-05-31

Kenny Lofton, E Chicago Indiana, outfielder (Cleveland Indians)

1967-06-04

Scott Servais, La Crosse Wisc, catcher (Chicago Cubs)

1967-06-27

Michelle Torres, Chicago IL, tennis star

1967-06-28

Matt Karchner, Berwick PA, pitcher (Chicago White Sox)

1967-07-14

Robin Ventura, Santa Maria CA, infielder (Chicago White Sox)

1967-07-25

Darryl Theirse, Chicago Cab

1967-08-16

Bret Barberie, Long Beach CA, infielder (Chicago Cubs)

1967-08-27

Brian McRae, Bradenton FL, outfielder (Chicago Cubs)

1967-08-28

Darren Lewis, Berkeley CA, outfielder (Chicago White Sox)

1967-08-28

Darren Lewis, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs

1967-09-03

Luis Gonzalez, Tampa Fla, outfielder (Chicago Cubs)

1967-10-16

Joe Murphy, London, NHL right wing (Chicago Blackhawks)

1967-11-24

Cal Eldred, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs

1968-01-21

Charlotte Ross, Chicago, actress (Eve-Days of Our Lives)

1968-01-29

Kevin Roberson, US baseball outfielder (Chicago Cubs)

1968-02-17

Bryan Cox, NFL linebacker (Miami Dolphins, Chicago Bears)

1968-03-04

Giovanni Carrara, Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Chicago White Sox

1968-03-07

Ricky Proehl, NFL wide receiver (Seattle Seahawks, Chicago Bears)

1968-03-29

James Williams, Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Chicago Bears

1968-05-22

Alan Levine, Park Ridge IL, pitcher (Chicago White Sox)

1968-05-22

Randy Brown, NBA guard (Chicago Bulls)

1968-05-27

Frank Thomas, "Big Hurt", 1st baseman (Chicago White Sox, 1993 MVP)

1968-05-28

Tomas P Pukstys, Chicago Ill, javelin thrower (Olympics-8th-96)

1968-06-01

Jeff Hackett, London, NHL goalie (Chicago Blackhawks)

1968-06-18

John Lumkes, Chicago Illinois, 3k steeplechase runner

1968-06-19

Jud Buechler, NBA guard/forward (Chicago Bulls)

1968-07-01

Roshumba Williams, Chicago Ill, model (Bride)

1968-08-09

Gillian Anderson, Chicago IL, actress (X-Files)

1968-08-21

Tuffy Rhodes, Houston Astros vs. Chicago Cubs

1968-09-18

Toni Kukoc, NBA forward (Chicago Bulls)

1968-11-07

Darren Lewis, Chicago Bears vs. Houston Oilers

1968-11-12

Sammy Sosa, San Pedro de Macorís, Dominican Republic, baseball outfielder (Chicago Cubs)

1968-11-14

Kent Bottenfield, Portland Oregon, pitcher (Chicago Cubs)

1968-11-24

Dave Hansen, Chicago White Sox vs. Seattle Mariners

1968-12-22

Lauralee "Bug" Bell, Chicago Ill, actress (Cricket-Young & Restless)

1968-12-25

Scott Bullett, Martinsburg WV, outfielder (Chicago Cubs)

1968-9-20

Eric Turner, Chicago Bears vs. Oakland Raiders

1969-01-08

R. Kelly [Robert Sylvester Kelly], Chicago, Illinois, American R&B singer (I Wish I Could Fly)

1969-01-12

Cam Russell, Halifax, NHL defenseman (Chicago Blackhawks)

1969-01-13

Kevin Foster, US baseball pitcher (Chicago Cubs)

1969-01-15

Delino DeShields, Chicago Cubs vs. St. Louis Cardinals

1969-01-19

Luc Longley, NBA center (Chicago Bulls)

1969-02-06

April Lerman, Chicago Ill, actress (Lila-Charles in Charge)

1969-02-06

Bob Wickman, Green Bay WI, pitcher (Chicago White Sox, NY Yankees)

1969-02-26

Brandon Wilson, US baseball infielder (Chicago White Sox)

1969-02-27

Willie Banks, US baseball pitcher (Chicago Cubs)

1969-03-28

Craig Paquette, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs

1969-04-01

Frank Castillo, El Paso TX, pitcher (Chicago Cubs), (d. 2013)

1969-05-13

Lyle Mouton, Lafayette Louisiana, outfielder (Chicago White Sox)

1969-07-02

So Taguchi, Chicago Cubs vs. St. Louis Cardinals

1969-07-08

Ernie Young, Chicago IL, outfielder (Oakland A's)

1969-07-14

Jose Hernandez, Hato Rey Puerto Rico, infielder (Chicago Cubs)

1969-08-04

Eric Wright, New York Giants vs. Chicago Bears

1969-08-13

Alex Fernandez, Miami Beach FL, pitcher (Chicago White Sox)

1969-08-15

James Black, Regina, NHL center (Chicago Blackhawks)

1969-10-25

Larry Thomas, Miami FL, pitcher (Chicago White Sox)

1969-11-08

Ricardo McDonald, Chicago Bears vs. Green Bay Packers

1969-12-17

Scott Player, Chicago Bears vs. Arizona Cardinals

1969-9-15

Deidre Goodwin, Chicago

1969-9-25

Catherine Zeta-Jones, Chicago

1970-01-14

Tyrone Hughes, NFL cornerback (New Orleans Saints, Chicago Bears)

1970-01-14

Tyrone Hughes, New Orleans Saints vs. Chicago Bears

1970-01-15

Karine Plantadit-Bageot, Chicago

1970-01-16

Ron Villone, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs

1970-01-28

Barry Minter, Chicago Bears vs. Green Bay Packers

1970-02-03

Keith Carney, Providence, NHL defenseman (Chicago Blackhawks, Team US)

1970-02-24

Wilson Alvarez, Maracaibo Venezuela, pitcher (Chicago White Sox)

1970-03-19

Rick Mirer, NFL quarterback (Seattle Seahawks, Chicago Bears)

1970-04-10

Enrico Ciccone, Montreal, NHL defenseman (Chicago Blackhawks)

1970-04-13

Ricardo Rincon, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs

1970-05-02

Ekaterina Chtchelkanova, Chicago

1970-05-17

Jim Cummins, Dearborn, NHL right wing (Chicago Blackhawks)

1970-06-05

Todd Burger, guard (Chicago Bears)

1970-06-19

Chris Gray, NFL guard (Miami Dolphins, Chicago Bears)

1970-07-09

Steve Dubinsky, Montreal, NHL center (Chicago Blackhawks)

1970-08-02

Tony Amonte, Hingham MA, NHL right wing (Chicago Blackhawks, USA)

1970-08-25

Doug Glanville, Hackensack NJ, outfielder (Chicago Cubs)

1970-10-31

Steve Trachsel, Oxnard California, pitcher (Chicago Cubs)

1970-11-05

Ryan Wetnight, Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears

1970-12-23

Raymont Harris, NFL running back (Chicago Bears)

1971-01-02

Taye Diggs, Chicago

1971-01-05

Eric Smith, NFL/WLAF wide receiver (Chicago Bears, Scotland Claymores)

1971-01-12

Scott Burrell, NBA guard/forward (Chicago Bulls, Charlotte Hornets)

1971-01-16

Mike Wells, Minnesota Vikings vs. Chicago Bears

1971-01-21

Len Kasper, Cubs Forever: Celebrating 60 Years of WGN-TV and the Chicago Cubs

1971-02-16

Mike Hubbard, Lynchburg VA, catcher (Chicago Cubs)

1971-02-19

Glyn Milburn, Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears

1971-02-19

Wally Williams, New Orleans Saints vs. Chicago Bears

1971-02-25

Kathryn Zenna, Chicago

1971-04-20

Chris Penn, NFL wide receiver (KC Chiefs, Chicago Bears)

1971-04-25

Pam Schaffrath, Chicago IL, female catcher (Colo Silver Bullets)

1971-04-27

James Burton, cornerback (Chicago Bears)

1971-04-30

Ty Hallock, Chicago Bears vs. Oakland Raiders

1971-05-13

Michael Sirotka, Chicago IL, pitcher (Chicago White Sox)

1971-06-08

Lou Meza, Love and Action in Chicago

1971-06-21

Bill Hartung, Chicago

1971-06-22

Brant Brown, Porterville CA, infielder (Chicago Cubs)

1971-07-06

Kari Kupcinet, Chicago, actress (Julie Sanderson-Young & Restless)

1971-07-15

James Baldwin Jr, Southern Pines NC, pitcher (Chicago White Sox)

1971-08-10

Sal Fasano, Chicago IL, catcher (KC Royals)

1971-11-28

William Simas Jr, Hanford CA, pitcher (Chicago White Sox)

1971-11-30

Ray Durham, Charlotte, North Carolina, American MLB infielder (Chicago White Sox)

1971-11-30

Ray Durham, Cubs Forever: Celebrating 60 Years of WGN-TV and the Chicago Cubs

1971-12-08

James Stewart, Chicago Bears vs. Minnesota Vikings

1971-12-12

Sebastian La Cause, Chicago

1971-12-15

Chris Maumalanga, NFL defensive tackle (Chicago Bears, Az Cardinals)

1971-12-23

Steve Stenstrom, quarterback (Chicago Bears)

1971-12-25

Marlon Forbes, safety (Chicago Bears)

1972-01-23

Anthony Peterson, NFL linebacker (Chicago Bears, SF 49ers)

1972-02-02

Ivan Droppa, Liptovsky Mikulas CZE, NHL defenseman (Chicago)

1972-04-01

Kenny Gales, NFL/WLAF cornerback (Chicago Bears, Barcelona Dragons)

1972-04-06

Dickey Simpkins, NBA forward (SF Warriors, Chicago Bulls)

1972-06-06

Tony Graffanino, Chicago White Sox vs. Seattle Mariners

1972-08-09

Robert Peal, Chicago Ill, dance skater (& Margot Contois)

1972-08-18

Nate Jones, Chicago Ill, heavyweight boxer (Olympics-bronze-96)

1972-08-23

Tony Carter, NFL running back (Chicago Bears)

1972-08-23

Tony Carter, Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears

1972-10-22

Tyrone Williams, WLAF/NFL defensive tackle (Chicago Bears, Rhein Fire)

1972-11-01

Jenny McCarthy, Chicago IL, playmate (Oct, 1993)/host (Singled Out)

1972-12-05

Cliff Floyd, Chicago IL, outfielder/1st base (Montreal Expos)

1972-9-04

Norman Hand, New Orleans Saints vs. Chicago Bears

1972-9-05

Tom Carter, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Chicago Bears

1973-01-07

Bobby Engram, wide receiver (Chicago Bears)

1973-01-23

Sean Palmer, Chicago

1973-03-06

Terry Adams, Mobile AL, pitcher (Chicago Cubs)

1973-03-24

Chip McCaw, Chicago Ill, volleyball setter (Olympics-96)

1973-04-20

Todd Hollandsworth, Cleveland Indians vs. Chicago White Sox

1973-06-09

Chris Villarrial, center/guard (Chicago Bears)

1973-06-12

Jason Caffey, NBA forward (Chicago Bulls)

1973-08-01

Tempestt Bledsoe, Chicago, actress (Vanessa Huxtable-Cosby Show)

1973-08-04

Bob Howry, Chicago Cubs vs. Los Angeles Dodgers

1973-08-30

Jimmy Herndon, offensive tackle (Chicago Bears)

1973-10-10

Jeff Shantz, Duchess, NHL center (Chicago Blackhawks)

1973-12-10

Rusty LaRue, NBA guard (Chicago Bulls)

1973-12-11

Erin Moorad, Chicago Ill, pairs skater (& Richard Gillam)

1973-12-22

Stanley Pritchett, Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears

1974-01-19

Amaury Telemaco, Higuey Dom Rep, pitcher (Chicago Cubs)

1974-02-14

Michael Lowery, NFL linebacker (Chicago Bears)

1974-02-25

Shannon Stewart, Chicago White Sox vs. Minnesota Twins

1974-05-16

Adam Richman, Chicago

1974-06-22

Bryan Robinson, Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears

1974-06-24

Carrie Zarse, Chicago Il, diver (Olympics-96)

1974-07-19

Vincent Spadea, Chicago Ill, tennis star

1974-08-02

Paul Grasmanis, defensive tackle (Chicago Bears)

1974-08-09

Tremayne Allen, tight end (Chicago Bears)

1974-08-10

Walt Harris, cornerback (Chicago Bears)

1974-10-02

Ricky Bell, cornerback (Chicago Bears)

1974-10-09

Keith Booth, NBA forward (Chicago Bulls)

1974-12-07

Al Harris, Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears

1975-01-24

Dominika Pyk, Chicago

1975-02-27

Marcus Robinson, wide receiver (Chicago Bears)

1975-04-01

Magdalena Maleeva, Sofia Bulgaria, tennis star (1995 Chicago Moscow)

1975-04-11

Terry Cousin, NFL cornerback (Chicago Bears)

1975-06-27

Daryle Ward, Chicago Cubs vs. Chicago White Sox

1975-07-02

Eric Daze, Montreal Quebec, NHL left wing (Chicago Blackhawks)

1975-11-01

Van Hiles, NFL safety (Chicago Bears)

1975-11-23

Tony Parrish, San Francisco 49ers vs. Chicago Bears

1975-9-17

Eric Filipkowski, Chicago

1975-9-19

Javier Valentin, Minnesota Twins vs. Chicago White Sox

1976-01-10

Terry Jackson, San Francisco 49ers vs. Chicago Bears

1976-01-11

Alfonso Boone, Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Chicago Bears

1976-02-08

Conrad Hunziker III, The Chicago 8

1976-02-17

Cody Ransom, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs

1976-04-01

April Morgan, Chicago

1976-05-22

Christian Vande Velde, Chicago Ill, cyclist (Olympics-96)

1976-06-04

J.C. Romero, Philadelphia Phillies vs. Chicago Cubs

1976-06-07

David Diaz, Chicago Ill, light welterweight boxer (Olympics-96)

1976-06-19

Darnell Autry, running back (Chicago Bears)

1976-12-04

John Lee, Chicago Ill, dance skater (& Julia Bikbova)

1976-12-06

Michael Green, San Francisco 49ers vs. Chicago Bears

1977-01-31

Jim Kleinsasser, Chicago Bears at Minnesota Vikings

1977-02-07

Hillary Wolf, Chicago, extra lightweight judoka (Olympics-96)

1977-04-19

Dennys Reyes, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs

1977-04-20

Desmond Clark, Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears

1977-06-09

Olin Kreutz, Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears

1977-06-19

Bruce Chen, Chicago White Sox vs. Baltimore Orioles

1977-08-09

Adawale Ogunleye, Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears

1977-08-13

Will Ohman, Chicago White Sox vs. Texas Rangers

1977-10-04

Bobby Scales, Chicago Cubs vs. St. Louis Cardinals

1977-12-09

Shayne Graham, Houston Texans at Chicago Bears

1977-12-15

Larissa Fontaine, Chicago Ill, gymnast (alt-Olympics-96)

1977-9-24

Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears

1978-02-16

Caroline Hunt, Chicago Illinois, rhythmic gymnast (US team-96)

1978-02-24

Dewayne Wise, Chicago White Sox vs. Detroit Tigers

1978-05-01

Amy Barrie, Chicago

1978-05-15

David Krumholtz, NYC, actor (Billy Kulchak-Chicago Sons)

1978-06-12

Chris Beckman, The Real World You Never Saw: Chicago

1978-06-20

Bobby Seay, Detroit Tigers vs. Chicago White Sox

1978-06-20

Kevin Gregg, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs

1978-06-22

Willie Harris, Chicago Cubs vs. New York Mets

1978-07-15

Miguel Olivo, Chicago White Sox vs. Seattle Mariners

1978-11-12

Aaron Heilman, Chicago Cubs vs. St. Louis Cardinals

1979-01-23

Juan Rincon, Chicago White Sox vs. Minnesota Twins

1979-03-03

Jorge Julio, Chicago Cubs vs. Milwaukee Brewers

1979-03-13

David Terrell, San Francisco 49ers vs. Chicago Bears

1979-03-26

Roberto Garza, Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears

1979-06-04

Alex Brown, Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears

1979-06-08

Cara Kahn, The Real World You Never Saw: Chicago

1979-06-29

Keri Evans, Stop Being Polite: The Real World Chicago Reunion

1979-07-11

Marquand Manuel, Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears

1979-11-15

Brooks Bollinger, Chicago Bears vs. Minnesota Vikings

1979-11-30

Aaron Kampman, Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears

1979-9-22

Chester Taylor, Chicago Bears at Minnesota Vikings

1980-03-01

Micah Hoffpauir, Chicago Cubs vs. St. Louis Cardinals

1980-04-19

Nicholas James Vetrovec, Chicago: Windy City Whimsy

1980-04-20

Chris Duffy, Chicago Cubs vs. Milwaukee Brewers

1980-05-22

Jason McKie, Chicago Bears vs. Minnesota Vikings

1980-08-17

Brett Myers, Chicago White Sox vs. Detroit Tigers

1980-12-03

Anna Chlumsky, Chicago Ill, actress (My Girl)

1981-01-20

Cullen Jenkins, Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears

1981-01-25

Justin Gage, Tennessee Titans vs. Chicago Bears

1981-02-07

Seth McClung, Chicago Cubs vs. Milwaukee Brewers

1981-03-13

L.P. Ladouceur, Dallas Cowboys vs. Chicago Bears

1981-09-12

Jennifer Hudson, Chicago, Illinois, American actress and singer (Dreamgirls, Jennifer Hudson)

1981-11-15

Natalie Lacuesta, Chicago Ill, rhythmic gymnast (Olympics-96)

1981-11-28

Diane Kuhn, Chicago Overcoat

1982-01-31

Brad Thompson, Chicago Cubs vs. St. Louis Cardinals

1982-03-11

Brian Anderson, Detroit Tigers vs. Chicago White Sox

1982-03-12

Zach Miner, Chicago White Sox vs. Detroit Tigers

1982-06-04

Greg Nicolett, Chicago Overcoat

1982-07-23

Joe Mather, Boston Red Sox vs. Chicago Cubs

1982-11-02

Leigh Livingstone, Chicago Plane Crash

1982-11-14

Kyle Orton, American football player (Chicago Bears)

1982-12-05

Eddy Curry, Preps: Chicago Hoops

1982-9-02

Theo Gantt III, The Real World You Never Saw: Chicago

1983-01-04

Jason Straight, Preps: Chicago Hoops

1983-01-04

Will Bynum, Preps: Chicago Hoops

1983-01-05

Sean Dockery, Preps: Chicago Hoops

1983-03-24

Kyle Kleckner, Preps: Chicago Hoops

1983-08-17

Tyler Greene, Los Angeles Angels vs. Chicago White Sox

1983-08-28

Jason Hunter, Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears

1983-11-28

Carlos Villanueva, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs

1983-12-21

Taylor Teagarden, Chicago White Sox vs. Texas Rangers

1984-02-27

Josh Smith, Little Chicago

1984-03-05

Devin Thiec, Little Chicago

1984-03-31

James Jones, Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears

1984-07-17

John Bosher, Chicago Overcoat

1984-08-20

Jamie Hoffman, Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Chicago Cubs

1984-9-12

Robert Yoshioka, Chicago

1985-05-02

Jose Ascanio, Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Chicago Cubs

1985-06-23

Chase Kelly, Chicago Massacre: Richard Speck

1985-11-30

Luis Valbuena, St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs

1985-12-17

Brittany Gray, Chicago

1986-02-27

Michael Aranda, Chicago Adventure, Part Four: Rodents of Unusual Size (And Other Mammals, Too)

1986-05-09

Daniel Schlereth, Detroit Tigers vs. Chicago White Sox

1986-11-08

Aaron H. Swartz, Chicago, Illinois, computer programmer and internet activist (Demand Progress), (d. 2013)

1987-02-17

Chris DeGeare, Chicago Bears at Minnesota Vikings

1987-11-15

Sanad Karker, Chicago

1989-03-30

Chris Sale, Los Angeles Angels vs. Chicago White Sox

1989-11-25

Amed Tohamy, Chicago

1990-01-14

Patrick Salvagna, Chicago

1992-12-30

Danielle Steinhauser, The Great Chicago Filmmaker

Chicago - Notable Weddings

Leo DurocherJun 19, 1969

Muddy WatersJun 5, 1979

Isiah ThomasJul 19, 1985

Dennis RodmanNov 14, 1998

Patrick StumpSep 29, 2012

Chicago - Weddings
Date Event
1969-06-19

Baseball manager Leo Durocher (63) weds socialite Lynne Walker Goldblatt (40) at the Ambassador West Hotel in Chicago

1979-06-05

Blues musician Muddy Waters (64) weds Marva Jean Brooks (25) in Chicago

1985-07-19

NBA player Isiah Thomas (24) weds Lynn Kendall in Chicago

1996-05-25

Actress Kelley Menighan (29) weds actor-singer Jon Hensley (31) in Chicago, Illinois

1997-10-11

"Charlie's Angels" actress Jaclyn Smith (52) weds Chicago heart surgeon Bradley Allen (43) at United Westwood Methodist Church

1998-11-14

Chicago Bulls NBA player Dennis Rodman (37) weds "Baywatch" actress Carmen Electra (26) at Little Chapel of the Flowers in Las Vegas, Nevada

2009-05-15

Former Bachelorette star Jen Schefft (32) weds Chicago's public relations executive Joe Waterman (35) at the Private Dining Rooms of Spiaggia in Chicago, Illinois

2010-10-10

American Idol Season 9 runner-up Crystal Bowersox (25) weds musician Brian Walker at the Uncommon Ground Cafe in Chicago

2011-08-13

"The View" co-host Sherri Shepherd (44) weds TV writer Lamar Sally at the Fairmont Hotel in Chicago, Illinois

2012-09-29

"Fall Out Boy" lead singer Patrick Stump (28) weds longtime girlfriend Elisa Yao in Chicago

2013-06-08

TV personality Kristin Cavallari (26) weds Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler (30) in Nasvhille, Tennessee

Chicago - Notable Deaths

John DillingerJul 22, 1934

Al CaponeJan 25, 1947

George HalasOct 31, 1983

Chicago - Deaths
Date Event
1675-05-18

Jacques Marquette jesuit/missionaries (Chicago), dies at 37

1818-08-28

Jean Baptiste Pointe du Sable, trader, founder of Chicago, dies

1861-05-24

Elmer Ellsworth, US warrior (Chicago Zouaves), shot to death at 23

1871-04-07

Alexander Lloyd, Mayor of Chicago (b. 1805)

1882-01-24

Levi Boone, Mayor of Chicago (b. 1808)

1888-10-16

John Wentworth, Mayor of Chicago (b. 1815)

1892-01-01

Roswell B. Mason, Mayor of Chicago (b. 1805)

1897-05-23

Aleko Konstantinov, Bulgarian writer (To Chicago & Back), dies at 34

1899-03-16

Joseph Medill, mayor of Chicago (b. 1823)

1904-02-10

John A. Roche, Mayor of Chicago (b. 1844)

1926-07-25

Robert Lincoln, Prince Henry (of Prussia) at Lincoln's Monument, Chicago, Ill.

1931-03-09

Ida B Wells-Barnett, famous black, dies in Chicago at 78

1932-01-26

William K Wrigley, owner (Wrigley Gum, Chicago Cubs), dies

1933-02-15

Anton J Cermak, (Mayor-D-Chicago), assassinated in Miami

1933-03-06

Anton J Cermak, US mayor of Chicago, murdered

1934-07-22

John Dillinger, shot dead at Biograph Theater in Chicago, at 33

1937-01-12

Ferdinand Hart, Panic in Chicago

1938-03-13

Clarence S Darrow, Scopes Monkey Trial attorney, dies in Chicago at 80

1944-03-19

William Hale Thompson, American mayor of Chicago (b. 1869)

1946-11-09

Scotty Mattraw, In Old Chicago

1947-01-25

Al Capone, Chicago gangster, dies of neurosyphilis at 48

1948-08-06

Bob Murphy, In Old Chicago

1949-07-07

Max Larey, In Old Chicago

1950-07-01

Eliel Saarinen, Fins/US architect (Chicago Trib building), dies at 76

1953-08-06

John Reinhardt, Chicago Calling

1954-03-09

Karl Eitel, Night Life in Chicago

1958-05-27

Samuel Stritch, US cardinal/archbishop (Chicago), dies

1959-04-06

Clarence Collins, In Old Chicago

1959-08-29

Frank Dae, In Old Chicago

1961-11-29

Martin H. Kennelly, Night Life in Chicago

1962-05-27

Charles Fremdling, In Old Chicago

1963-11-15

Fritz Reiner, Hung/US conductor (Chicago Symphony Orch), dies at 74

1964-02-13

Ken Hubbs, 2nd baseman (Chicago Cubs), dies in plane crash at 22

1967-12-17

[Francis] Barry Byrne, Chicago Ill, architect, dies at 83

1970-11-26

B O Davis Sr, 1st black general, dies at 93 in Chicago

1973-05-10

Jack E Leonard, Chicago Ill, comedian, dies at 62

1975-02-25

Elijah Muhammad, leader of Nation of Islam, dies in Chicago at 78

1975-12-17

[Theodore Roosevelt] Hound Dog Taylor, American Chicago blues guitarist and singer, dies of lung cancer at 60

1976-12-20

Richard J Daley, (Mayor-D-Chicago), dies at 74

1977-04-12

Philip K Wrigley, baseball owner (Chicago Cubs), dies at 82

1978-01-23

Terry Kath, rock guitarist (Chicago), accidently shot in head at 32

1979-01-13

Donny Hathaway, Chicago Ill, rocker (Ghetto), commits suicide at 33

1980-12-15

Joe Twerp, In Old Chicago

1982-04-25

John Cody, US cardinal/archbishop of Chicago (1965-82), dies at 74

1983-02-02

Sam Chatman, Steppin: A Chicago Dance

1983-02-19

Alice White, The Widow from Chicago

1983-10-31

George S Halas, NFL coach (Chicago Bears), dies at 88

1983-10-31

George Halas, NFL pioneer and owner of the Chicago Bears, dies of pancreatic cancer at 88

1985-03-07

George Schick, Czech conductor (Chicago Symphony), dies at 76

1985-06-03

Curley Bradley, Chicago 2-1-2

1985-07-21

Mickey Shaughnessy, actor (Chicago Teddy Bears), dies at 65

1985-11-07

Barbara Booth, In Old Chicago

1986-07-25

Theodore H "Ted" Lyons, pitcher (Chicago White Sox), dies at 85

1987-11-25

Harold Washington, 1st black mayor of Chicago (D, 1983-87), dies at 65

1991-02-15

Gary Gears, Chicago disk jockey, dies at 46 of a heart attack

1991-02-24

George Gobel, Chicago, comedian (George Gobel Show), dies at 71

1992-08-22

Joe Marconi, Chicago Bears vs. Los Angeles Rams

1992-09-12

Carl Mahon, The Girl from Chicago

1993-03-23

Tim Crews, Chicago Cubs vs. Los Angeles Dodgers

1993-05-27

Bobby Joe Green, Chicago Bears vs. Kansas City Chiefs

1993-10-04

Josh Ashton, New England Patriots vs. Chicago Bears

1994-02-11

Horace G. Brown, In Old Chicago

1994-05-13

Ruth Gillette, In Old Chicago

1994-09-28

Greg Latta, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

1994-10-04

Bill Challis, America's Music - Chicago and All That Jazz

1995-09-04

William Moses Kunstler, UCLA attorney (Chicago 7), dies at 78

1995-10-30

Virginia Bradford, Chicago

1996-11-14

Joseph Bernardin, cardinal Archbishop of Chicago, dies at 68

1997-09-23

Abe Gibron, head coach (Chicago Bears), dies at 72

1998-02-18

Harry Caray, sportscaster (Chicago Cubs), dies at 77

2000-05-28

Eric Turner, Chicago Bears vs. Oakland Raiders

2000-06-23

Ed Hughes, Chicago Bears vs. Minnesota Vikings

2002-01-16

Michael Bilandic, Mayor of Chicago (b. 1923)

2002-05-04

Bob Bertrand, In Old Chicago

2003-02-16

Eleanor "Sis" Daley, wife of Chicago mayor Richard J. Daley (b. 1907)

2004-11-18

Gregory Mitchell, Chicago

2005-08-09

Joseph Scoren, Chicago

2007-02-13

Hilton Felton, Chicago Cab

2008-01-24

Randy Salerno, co-anchor of Chicago's CBS 2 News (b. 1963)

2008-06-17

Rudolph Vecoli, And They Came to Chicago: The Italian American Legacy

2008-07-12

Bobby Murcer, center fielder for the New York Yankees, San Francisco Giants, and Chicago Cubs from 1965-1983(b. 1946)

2009-02-26

Johnny Kerr, Basketball player and Chicago Bulls broadcaster (b. 1932)

2009-03-14

Jeff Komlo, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

2009-05-06

Sam Cohn, Chicago

2009-09-11

Darryl Theirse, Chicago Cab

2010-03-23

Cliff Taylor, Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears

2010-05-14

Norman Hand, New Orleans Saints vs. Chicago Bears

2011-03-23

Leonard Weinglass, Chicago 10

2011-09-04

Lee Roy Selmon, Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Chicago Bears

2012-01-15

Edward Derwinski, Chicago congressman 1959-83 and first Secretary of Veteran Affairs, dies of cancer at 85

2013-01-02

Angelo Coia, Chicago Bears vs. Los Angeles Rams

2013-09-18

Allan Ellis, Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions

2013-10-08

Andy Pafko, Cubs Forever: Celebrating 60 Years of WGN-TV and the Chicago Cubs

2014-03-06

Martin Gottfried, From Stage to Screen: The History of Chicago

2014-09-14

George Manupelli, Cry Dr. Chicago

2015-06-22

Dick Stanfel, Chicago Bears vs. San Francisco 49ers

2015-07-29

Mike Pyle, Chicago Bears vs. Los Angeles Rams

2015-12-25

Timothy Jones, Chicago DJ known as Timbuck2, dies at 34

2017-04-09

E Street actress Chelsea Brown dies aged 74 in Chicago


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