Friday, April 17, 2009

TweetEcho - April 5-April 11, 2009

For those of you who don't subscribe to our Twitter feed , here are the things we tweeted in the last week:

  1. New York Times: Chicago 2016 Offers I.O.C. a Compact Games Plan from
  2. New free computer wallpaper has been added to CAI showing the Chicago skyline lit up for Saint Patrick's Day: from web
  3. Chicago's Toby the red panda from the Lincoln Park Zoo is now living in Houston: from web
  4. Chicago's Mayor Daley to be honored by the National Building Museum in Washington for the greening of Chicago: from web
  5. Chicago residents fed up with being ignored by city hall take pothole repairs into their own hands: from web
  6. Odyssey Lofts in Chicago's Greektown neighborhood faces a foreclosure lawsuit: from web
  7. Kohl's, Target, JCPenney, even Carson Pierie Scott would love to open new stores in downtown Chicago: from web
  8. What was old is new again in Chicago. Picture of the new 1920's-inspired railings on the Michigan Avenue Bridge: from web
  9. More information on the opening of the new Barney's New York store across Rush Street in Chicago's Gold Coast: from web
  10. Sorry I couldn't go to the meeting. But the Chicago Tribune has pics of the new temporary pavilions for Millennium Park: from web
  11. UAL is thinking about ditching suburban Elk Grove Village: But where to go? How about here: from web
  12. Southwest to fly from Chicago to LaGuardia. First time it's gone into NYC. (Translation for airplane nerds: WN:MDW-LGA) from web
  13. Luxury clothing store DNA 2050 moves from Halsted to 900 North Michigan. The report WAS that 900 was a second store. Now we hear it's a move from web
  14. All Ethel's Chocolate stores in Chicagoland (except Skokie) are closing: We were regulars until they dropped the wifi. from web
  15. The sculpture garden at the Art Institute of Chicago is open for the season. Not $18. It's free like the museum was just a few years ago. from Tweetie
  16. Good news for tourists and Chicago locals-- The CTA #10 bus is now back on its summer schedule. from Tweetie
  17. Sample season has begun in Chicago! Quaker is giving things away for free in Water Tower Park. I couldn't see what they were. from Tweetie
  18. Photograph inside the stairwell at Chicago's new Barney's New York store scheduled to open April 16th: from web
  19. Women's Wear Daily reports that French casual clothes company Zadig & Voltaire is looking for a Chicago location. from web
  20. Field Museum artifacts saved from leaky roof - Chicago Breaking News from web
  21. It's snowing in Chicago again. Maybe our International Olympic Committee visitors will give us the Winter Games instead. from Tweetie
  22. Three finalists named for Chicago's Burnham Memorial competition: from web

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