- Liz Lemon: "Hey! I just got a call from security..."
- Jenna Maroney: "What? That’s ridiculous! Why would I steal a file from personnel?"
- Liz Lemon: "What?"
- Jenna Maroney: "What."
- Liz Lemon: "No, Clair is in the lobby."
- Jenna Maroney: "Clair Harper? From Chicago?"
- Liz Lemon: "Yep! Fun crazy Clair!"
- Jenna Maroney: "Oh man, do you remember that night we all danced in that open fire hydrant?"
- Liz Lemon: "Yeah, her roof parties?"
- Jenna Maroney: "Karaoke in boys town?"
- Liz Lemon: "The all night scavenger hunts?"
- Jenna Maroney: "Do you remember when we crashed that Polish wedding?"
- Liz Lemon: "Haha… Yeah she’s exhausting."
- Jenna Maroney: "She's going to make us buy more of her homemade jewelry. Birds always attack me when I wear it."
Bertrand Goldberg - “Bertrand Goldberg: Architecture of Invention,” at the Art Institute of Chicago from Sept. 17 through Jan. 15, 2012, is the first comprehensive retrospective of the architect’s work. Bertrand Goldberg’s iconic Marina City apartment towers, in Chicago, shown here around 1965, feature prominently in the exhibition. Hedrich Blessing Archive, courtesy of the eChicago History Museum.
This is eerily reminiscent of the Gwathmey Siegel & Associates Guggenheim Annex of the mid ’80s. I hope the existing Motor Club building is given a new lease on life—even though it’s not a spectacular structure—it’s detailing is quite nice and is the perfect scale for this particular part of the city—any replacement for it will no doubt compromise much of the texture that makes it unique.
Ahhh! Annie Lennox “live” from Central Park (circa 1995) on WXRT right now!!!