Other Stanleys!

So now that the Chicago Blackhawks have won the Stanley Cup AGAIN, what else is there to do besides watch hockey? Well, you can download the Cup Tracker on your mobile device and follow the whereabouts of the holy grail of hockey. This may seem extreme, but it's actually pretty fun—kind of like being a […]

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1929 Chicago Stadium Opens

After it was known as Skid Row and before it was called the MadHouse on Madison, 1800 W. Madison was known simply as Chicago Stadium. The stadium development was spearheaded by Patrick “Paddy” Harmon, who had experience running dance halls.  In 1926, he and his associates starting buying up property, and before too long they […]

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Here Come the Hawks…

Fall is my favorite time of year - apple orchards, pumpkin patches, hay rides, crisp leaves crunching under my feet and most importantly every October, the National Hockey League starts its season. While I have already made it to a Hawks preseason game, there is nothing like the thrilling action and excitement of going to a regular season […]

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