This Person Was born November 5th 1946 Began her career singing Gospel Was signed in 1976 to Gold Mind, a subsidiary of New York's Salsoul Records Is best known for the disco anthems "Hit and Run" and "Love Sensation" Died on March 21, 2011 from heart failure
Was established as a major league baseball club in 1900 Is one of the American League's eight charter franchises Is located in the south side of Chicago Play in the American League's Central Division. Last won the World Series in 2005.
Was Originally named Chicago Air Park Was renamed after the Battle of Midway in 1949 Was the world's busiest airport inthe 1950s Is the second-largest passenger airport in the state of Illinois Was expanded from 1999-2001
Was established in 1870 Is the oldest active American professional sports club Is one of the two remaining charter members of the National League Their home park since is located in Chicago's north side Has not won the World Series in 105 years
Is a major thoroughfare on South Side of Chicago Is designated 1600 East in Chicago's street numbering system It runs from 56th Street south to the Calumet River Forms the western boundary of Jackson Park, Has the only African-American children's museum in the US on 93rd St.
Is operated by the CTA Is short for elevated Is the third busiest rail mass transit system in the United States Is the second-oldest rapid transit system in America Its lines have been officially identified by color since 1993
Was born in 1967 Is the older half-sister of hip hop artist Da Brat. Attended Thornridge High School & Kenwood Academy Appeared in 2Pac’s "Toss It Up" music video Is known for her role as Diamond in The Players Club
Was Constructed in 1942-43 Was originally called Orchard Field Airport Was renamed in 1949 to honor Edward O'Hare Until 2005 was the world's busiest airport Has been voted the "Best Airport in North America"