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Wednesday, October 08, 2003

Go Cubs!!

posted 10:58 AM by CheezLog

Yesterday was a full day for the city of Chicago...

-Sting played in front of 45,000 fans in Grant Park.
-Robert Downey Jr. was in town to be honored for a Career Achievement Award at the Music Box Theater.
-The National League Championship Series began: Cubs vs. Marlins. Jimmy Buffett sang during 7th inning stretch.

It’s an exciting time to be living in Chicago. For the first time in 95 years, the Cubs are competing for the National League Championship. Thousands of fans have been roaming the streets outside the stadium for the last few days in celebration of the Cubs post-season wins.

From a local newspaper: “Outside a mile-long parade of honking motorists responded to the walking, hopping hordes, with passengers hanging out open windows to smack hands with strangers. A hundred or more Chicago police officers formed walls along sidewalks keeping pedestrians out of intersections.”

The CheezLog sez: Go Cubs!!







 

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