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Blood Runs Green: The Murder That Transfixed Gilded Age Chicago

Almost 12,000 people streamed into the First Cavalry Armory on Michigan Avenue in Chicago on May 25, 1889 to view the coffin of Dr. P.H. Cronin, an Irish physician and political activist who had been savagely murdered. 316 more words

Review | Cronin - The First Kiss of Love

The Last Mixed Tape reviews The First Kiss of Love, the brand new studio album from alternative-pop act Cronin.

There’s nothing wrong with a bit of melodrama. 339 more words


CENTURY HOMES: Tom and Catherine Lekas

Lekas Century Home

Lekas Century Home

Address: 7225 SW Hunt Club Lane
Originally Built: 1910
Original Owners: Ambrose & May Warden Cronin

The most recent home to be designated as a Century Home was the home of Catherine and Tom Lekas.   557 more words


THE CITY OF MIRRORS by Justin Cronin

This is the last book in Cronin’s trilogy, and it successfully and effectively sums up an impossible ending to write. Cronin’s trilogy includes: The Passage, The Twelve, The City of Mirrors. 143 more words


I was particularly frustrated when goal line technology was introduced in football.  Was football now going to follow the cricket way, subject two of every three decision to an outside referee who will go through two dozen slow motion videos of the action and then decide what is to be done on the field?  600 more words


Book Review: The City of Mirrors - Justin Cronin

The City of Mirrors by Justin Cronin

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a rare series where the scope and payoff are so huge and satisfying that it is easily worth the time and page-count. 245 more words


Book Review: The Twelve - Justin Cronin

The Twelve by Justin Cronin

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

In my experience, the middle volume of most trilogies, regardless of how planned in advance, is often the most boring of the series. 182 more words