New Yorkers and Chicagoans both know they have a good thing going in their respective cities. So why do Chicagoans feel like they have to justify their city all the time?
I'm no knee-jerk fan of da mare, though I will say he's finally an out-of-the-closet urbanist. However, the latest affront to the legacy of Daniel Burnham's 1909 Plan of Chicago speaks for itself. At least through the incisive words of Tribune architecture critic Blair Kamin.