CHICAGO — It’s a fact widely debated by theologians, but most agree that cows were first deemed sacred – holy, if you will – by either Hinduism’s ancient Sanskrit scripture or by Chicago’s ancient Sandberg descriptor.
Harry Caray is a legend in this town — and really in this country — the broadcaster’s fame best described in a 1978 Sports Illustrated piece by Ron Fimrite: “Cabdrivers stall traffic to hail him.” Harry, of course, is known for a lot of things (that voice, those glasses, all those Budweisers), but perhaps nothing bigger than his catch phrase, “Holy Cow.” And so, when he opened a restaurant here in 1987, he made sure that the menu featured, that’s right, holy cow.
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Candid Candace | November 8, 2010 | by Candace Jordan
Would you like to be the first on your block to see Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Part 1) AND support a wonderful cause?! On Thursday, November 18th, at Navy Pier Imax Theater beginning at 5:30 PM (movie begins at 6 PM), there will be an Advance Private Screening benefitting Urban Prep whose academies provide a comprehensive high quality college preparatory education to inner city young men with remarkable sucess. This year, 100% of the senior class will be going to college! For a donation of $77 (because 7 is the most powerful number in the wizarding world), you can see this advance screening and also enjoy the reception immediately following the film at Harry Caray’s Tavern (also at Navy Pier). So bring your wands and help make some magic for this amazing organization! For tickets and more info, please visit http://tinyurl.com/harrypotter-up.