Pullman: The history, what to do, architecture and more

This in Chicago’s Newspaper pains me even more than its all-in editorial ringing the oft-sounded alarm about the end of the world coming because of climate change.

Today’s stop: Pullman.  Located 12 miles south of downtown, Pullman may be the most unique neighborhood in the city.

Why? Because something, even a neighborhood, is either unique (one of a kind) or not. There are not degrees of uniqueness.

Common dreadful error, but being common is no excuse. At least the Sun-Times is not unique in this error.

via Chicago Sun-Times

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