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Fancy a novel about Chicago or Buffalo, let us say, or Nashville, Tennessee! There are just three big cities in the United States that are 'story cities'- New York, of course, New Orleans, and, best of the lot, San Francisco. ~ Frank Norris
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Frank Norris
San Francisco has a flowers-in-your-hair kind of vibe, while Chicago's got this very funny, big-city/small-town coolness to it. ~ Dave Matthews
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Dave Matthews
I come from a pretty working-class neighborhood in Chicago. Hard work was just expected of you. It wasn't some noble thing you did; it was a prerequisite. It's what a man did. You get up, you put on your boots, and you work hard. We've lost a lot of that, I'm afraid. ~ John C. Reilly
Bartolic Chicago quotes by John C. Reilly
Cameron looked up at the ceiling, biting her tongue. Of all the murder and she-had-no-friggin'-clue-what-else-but-something-that-apparently-involved-the-FBI crime scenes in all the hotels in all of Chicago, Jack Pallas had to walk into this one. ~ Julie James
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Julie James
In 1986, human nature in America started to change. That year, 'The Oprah Winfrey Show,' based in Chicago, became nationally syndicated, and the country entered the beginning stages of a quiet cultural revolution. ~ Lee Siegel
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Lee Siegel
I have always had a special affinity for libraries and librarians, for the most obvious reasons. I love books. (One of my first Jobs was shelving books at a branch of the Chicago Public Library.) Libraries are a pillar of any society. I believe our lack of attention to funding and caring for them properly in the United States has a direct bearing on problems of literacy, productivity, and our inability to compete in today's world. Libraries are everyman's free university. ~ John Jakes
Bartolic Chicago quotes by John Jakes
Chicago's such a great city because it's got so many different brilliantly architecturally looking buildings, and you can really modify that city. ~ Charles Roven
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Charles Roven
Well, we are terribly divided politically, yes, and, you know, I don't mean to intimidate you and your listeners but I have a master's degree in anthropology from the University of Chicago. ~ Kurt Vonnegut
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Kurt Vonnegut
More often, I'd meet people like Brett Favre. Not literally like Brett Favre, in the sense that they were forty-year-old football players, but that they were people who loved Wisconsin but couldn't find a way to make it work there, took off for NewYork, crashed and burned, and then found a home for themselves here in the City of Lakes. Minneapolis is where the drama queens and burnouts and weirdos and misfits of the rural and suburban Upper Midwest wind up. It's a city full of people who, though they'd never say it, secretly suspect they don't belong here, that they're not Minneapolis enough, because they didn't go to a city high school, or because they didn't hang out at First Avenue when they were teenagers, or because they came from the suburbs, or from outstate.They came from the Iron Range or Fargo–Moorhead or Bloomington or White Bear Lake or Collegeville, or from Chicago or California or the Pacific Northwest or Mexico or Somalia. Wherever they came from, Minneapolis is their home now, and it belongs to them. It belongs to us. ~ Andy Sturdevant
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Andy Sturdevant
Everyone is so concerned now where all of the candidates are born. McCain was born on a military base in Panama. Hillary was born outside Chicago, and if you believe the media, Barack Obama was born in a manger. ~ Jay Leno
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Jay Leno
There are almost no beautiful cities in America, though there are many beautiful parts of cities, and some sections that are glorious without being beautiful, like downtown Chicago. Cities are too big and too rich for beauty; they have outgrown themselves too many times. ~ Noel Perrin
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Noel Perrin
In 1958, my father invested everything he had in a business venture and became the largest automobile dealership in Chicago for Ford's new Edsel line. But Edsel sales plummeted and my father fell into bankruptcy. I watched him struggle; working long hours to protect us from poverty. ~ Radhanath Swami
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Radhanath Swami
It has to be because unemployment problems in northwest Indiana are similar to those in southeast Chicago. ~ Richard M. Daley
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Richard M. Daley
They have been taught to labor," the Chicago Tribune editorialized in 1891. "They have been taught Christian civilization, and to speak the noble English language instead of some African gibberish. The account is square with the ex-slaves. ~ Anonymous
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Anonymous
I do some freelance web design stuff. I taught a directing class for this not-for-profit organization here in Chicago a couple months ago. I wrote a thing for Filmmaker Magazine a couple months ago. Occasionally, I'll get to go speak to students at a university and make a little money that way, which is great. I really like doing that. ~ Joe Swanberg
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Joe Swanberg
I was raised in Chicago, so always used Latina. It's what my Father and brothers called ourselves, when we meant the entire Spanish-speaking community of Chicago. ~ Sandra Cisneros
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Sandra Cisneros
Chicago always hit me as such a gloomy place - I just remember all the snow getting dirty as soon as it would fall, all the decaying brown brick buildings around where we lived, all this soot all over the place. ~ Terry Zwigoff
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Terry Zwigoff
You feel like an ant contemplating Chicago. ~ Robert Fulghum
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Robert Fulghum
I knew I had to take my ambition more seriously, so I enrolled at the Art Institute of Chicago. Then, in the fall, I went on a tour of my own. I didn't go to New York because that was too well known for its art scene. ~ Claes Oldenburg
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Claes Oldenburg
For a long time, it was hard for me to get my work done in Chicago. Silk Road gave me opportunities to do shows like 'Golden Child' - shows that nobody else seemed interested in. And they bring an artistic integrity to the work that matches anything you'll find at a bigger theatre. ~ David Henry Hwang
Bartolic Chicago quotes by David Henry Hwang
I'm cheerful because the alternative is to see obstacles everywhere and expect people will hurt you. I choose to live in full color. I choose to say hey there to the hotties, fuck off to the haters, tell lovers how I want it, and people how it shall be. ~ Kate Meader
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Kate Meader
I started off at the Second City in Chicago ... It's an improvisational theater that ostensibly does social and political satire, but when I was there, we generally didn't. We did character work, and we did just the silliest things we could think of. We weren't all that concerned with, you know, changing the world through mime. ~ Stephen Colbert
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Stephen Colbert
Boogie! I hate boogie, God, I mean, not the Chicago boogie like Willie Dixon or Howlin' Wolf, but all those awful white bands ... ~ Tom Verlaine
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Tom Verlaine
The farm is one field to the east of the railroad track that used to connect New Orleans with Chicago. The track runs beside Highway 45, an old U.S. route that unites Chicago with Mobile, Alabama. ~ Bobbie Ann Mason
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Bobbie Ann Mason
It is still the arena of those who dream of the City of Man and those who envision a City of Things. The battle appears to be forever joined. The armies, ignorant and enlightened, clash by day as well as night. Chicago is America's dream, writ large. And flamboyantly. ~ Studs Terkel
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Studs Terkel
I've never been arrested. I've been stopped, searched and had a gun put to my head by the Chicago cops. ~ Tim Meadows
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Tim Meadows
In our national mythology, we seem to include only one-way migrations to the great capitol cities. The journey from the small Wisconsin town or Minnesota city to Chicago or New York or Los Angeles. Certainly for some people, that journey is a round trip. ~ Mona Simpson
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Mona Simpson
What was remarkable was that associating with a computer and electronics company was the best way for a rock band to seem hip and appeal to young people. Bono later explained that not all corporate sponsorships were deals with the devil. "Let's have a look," he told Greg Kot, the Chicago Tribune music critic. "The 'devil' here is a bunch of creative minds, more creative than a lot of people in rock bands. The lead singer is Steve Jobs. These men have helped design the most beautiful art object in music culture since the electric guitar. That's the iPod. The job of art is to chase ugliness away. ~ Walter Isaacson
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Walter Isaacson
They greatly respected scholarship in itself, but they also impressed upon us that there were great opportunities available for those who were well educated. I received my primary and secondary education in Chicago. ~ Jerome Isaac Friedman
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Jerome Isaac Friedman
First of all, I want you to think of the city as a collection of people. That's easy, right? You think of Minneapolis or Chicago or Milwaukee, you think of hundreds of thousands of people. Millions of people. That's what you think of right away. Maybe you think of sky-scrapers too, I don't know. But I think of people. The next thing you should think about is ideas. Think of each of those millions of people as a set of ideas. Like, That woman is a ballerina, she thinks about ballet. Or, that man is an architect, he thinks about buildings. If you begin thinking about it that way, a city is the greatest place in the world. It's millions of people, brushing up against one another, exchanging ideas, all the time, at every hour of the day. ~ Nickolas Butler
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Nickolas Butler
You know what I'd really like to do? I'd like to record some white Chicago jazz. ~ Ahmet Ertegun
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Ahmet Ertegun
Despite all her diligent efforts to remake herself into a model of propriety, when it come to falling in love she'd reverted to from and fallen in love with a man who was a renegade, a black sheep, a daring, cynical, tough social outcast who in some ways reminded her of the boys she'd known on the Chicago streets. ~ Judith McNaught
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Judith McNaught
I have a home in Arizona. I go a couple months a year, but basically Chicago is my home. ~ Dennis Farina
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Dennis Farina
The late Alan Gregg pointed out that human population growth within the ecosystem was closely analogous to the growth of malignant tumor cells within an organism: that man was acting like a cancer on the biosphere. The multiplication of human numbers certainly seems wild and uncontrolled ... Four million a month - the equivalent of the population of Chicago ... We seem to be doing all right at the moment; but if you could ask cancer cells, I suspect they would think they were doing fine. But when the organism dies, so do they; and for our own, selfish, practical ... reasons, I think we should be careful about how we influence the rest of the ecosystem. ~ Marston Bates
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Marston Bates
I grew up in Chicago, so I've always been a Bears fan. ~ Kyle Chandler
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Kyle Chandler
Chicago's always been known as this meat and potatoes place, and a lot of restaurants play that up. They try to outdo each other by adding another 10 ounces, so their 80 ounce steak becomes a 90 ounce steak with 10 pounds of mashed potatoes on the side. ~ Graham Elliot
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Graham Elliot
I live in a beautiful vintage building that was built in the heart of downtown Chicago. ~ Nate Berkus
Bartolic Chicago quotes by Nate Berkus
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