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"From Jack Johnson to Mahalia Jackson to Aretha Franklin to Martin Luther King Jr."
reviewed 17 March 2019 by Taylor B
Pilgrim Baptist Church, which was built between 1890 and 1891, is notable for its glorious history, its architectural significance, its cultural contributions, for the people who spoke there, for the people who were eulogized there and for the people who sang there. Located at 3301 South Indiana Avenue, at 33rd and Indiana, on Chicago's South Side, in the heart of...
Monuments & Statues, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"Honoring black doughboys of World War I"
reviewed 23 August 2019 by Taylor B
The Victory Monument at 35th Street and King Drive on Chicago's South Side was built to honor the 8th Regiment of the Illinois National Guard, an African-American unit that served in France during World War I. Created by sculptor Leonard Crunelle in 1927, it is located in the Black Metropolis-Bronzeville District in the Douglas community. It is a white granite...
This was about a block from where I stayed. I got a 1/2 white meat fried chicken dinner. I had their BBQ sauce put on it. There were 2 sings and 2 breasts of chicken, a nice portion of fries, and a VERY small portion of slaw. They put the BBQ sauce over the fries also, which I did not...
Went to Sharks, down from the prison. No Matter. Went in to have some fried okra. Oh I love me some fried okra. Haven't had it since my grandmother made it. It was Fantastic. It's a hole in the wall joint but it was great!! I would recommend if you love friend food. They have them through out Chicago. Ciao