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Obama's Chicago [Corrected 06/25/08]
Take our unauthorized tour of the candidate's stomping grounds
Chicago Tribune - Chicago, Ill.
Subjects: Political campaigns; Candidates; Presidential elections; Tourism -- Chicago Illinois
Author: Reardon, Patrick T
Date: Jun 25, 2008
Start Page: 1
Section: Tempo
Abstract (Document Summary)

Barack Obama has made history as the first African-American to become the presumptive presidential nominee of a major party, so don't be surprised to see tourists making the pilgrimage to Chicago to scope out the places where he lived, worked and played before he leapt into the international spotlight. The East Bank Club, 500 N. Kingsbury St. This is the tony health club where Obama works out, plays tennis, shoots hoops -- and rubs shoulders with the likes of Mayor Richard Daley and civil rights leader Jesse Jackson.

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