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julio 25, 2022

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Marshall Field’s (formally Marshall Field & Company) was a Chicago, Illinois department store that grew into a chain of stores before being acquired by Macy’s, Inc. in 2005.

Its former headquarters, in the Marshall Field and Company Building, sits on a State Street landmark in downtown Chicago’s Loop. It was officially renamed Macy’s of State Street in 2006, and is now one of Macy’s four flagship stores.

The purchase, however, did not end Potter Palmer’s association with the company. In 1868, Palmer convinced Field and Leiter to lease him a new six-story building[5] he had just constructed on the northeast corner of State and Washington Streets. The store was soon referred to as the «Marble Palace» because of its luxurious cladding.

In 1892, the buildings between the 1879 building at State Street and Wabash Avenue to the east were demolished, and the famous and influential architect Daniel H. Burnham, (1846-1912), and his firm DH Burnham & Company were commissioned to erect a new building in anticipation of the influx of visitors to the World’s Columbian Exposition scheduled for 1893. The nine-story «Annex» on the northwest corner of Wabash and Washington Streets opened under the direction of Burnham associate Charles B. Atwood (1849-1895),[8] in August 1893, toward the end of the Exposition. In 1897, the old 1879 store was rebuilt and two additional floors were added, while on November 26, the first of the iconic Marshall Field’s Grand Clocks was installed at the corner of State and Washington Streets.[9] The first of the iconic Marshall Field’s Grand Clocks was installed on November 26.

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The alleged attacker, identified by authorities as Robert E. Crimo III, used a «high-powered rifle» in an attack that appeared to be «random» and «intentional,» police said. They believe the man, who was arrested later Monday, climbed onto the rooftop of a business and opened fire on the parade about 20 minutes after it began.

Eyewitnesses described how they grabbed their children and families and ran for their lives, with some hiding behind dumpsters or in nearby stores to get to safety amid the chaos.

Police captured the suspect near Lake Forest, Illinois, after an intense chase throughout the Chicago area. He was apprehended after engaging in a brief car chase before being taken into custody.

Gun evidence was found on the rooftop of a business near the shooting, police Cmdr. Chris O’Neill said Monday. The attacker used a ladder attached to the building’s wall from an alley to access the rooftop, said Christopher Covelli, spokesman for the Lake County Major Crimes Task Force.

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What is beginning now is a beginning, not just an event, of collaboration among university students in the Americas, whose educational projects can and should contribute to respond to the challenges facing our continent».

Something that began as a joke in a conversation with Emilce Cuda, invited by Loyola University Chicago to a conference on the synodal process. This is how Miguel Diaz sees something that can be considered historic, the participation of Pope Francis in a dialogue with university students from North, Central and South America to be held virtually on February 24, as the head of the office of the Commission for Latin America told American Magazine in an interview, at that conference, she proposed «a synodal action involving migrant university students from North and South America», seeking to reflect on and resolve the root causes of migration. But also wanting to involve students in the search for solutions in each country, also addressing the structural causes of migration.

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For members of the Mexican diaspora, the mall has a feeling of home. Considered «a little piece of Mexico,» people come from all over the Midwest to visit the mall seven days a week.

Novak Construction did not respond to Borderless Magazine’s requests for comment or updates on the Discount Mall development. The Little Village Chamber of Commerce and 12th Ward Councilman George Cardenas also told Borderless Magazine that they have not heard any updates from the developers.

In 1991, Little Village Shopping Center, LLC leased the building to Pilsen Plaza Corporation, giving it permission to sublease the space to individual business owners. The idea, Lothan said, was to create a mini-mall like those he had seen in New York City. As merchants moved into partitioned areas, the space morphed into today’s discount mall.

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