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Greg Borzo

Born: in Chicago, Illinois
Pen Name: None

Connection to Illinois: Borzo is from Chicago's Northwest side.

Biography: Greg Borzo has a bachelorís degree in Cultural Anthropology from Grinnell College and a masterís degree in journalism from Northwestern University. He is an award-winning journalist and editor. In addition to having completed hundreds freelance jobs, Greg has been a full-time reporter, editor and/or writer at Modern Railroads Magazine, Traffic World, International Thompson Transport Press, The Business Word, American Medical Association, Harcourt Brace, The Field Museum, Momentum Magazine and University of Chicago.


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Primary Literary Genre(s): Non-Fiction

Primary Audience(s): Adult readers

Blog: http://www.thechainlink.org/profile/GregBorzo
Email: gborzo@comcast.net
Twitter: http://twitter.com/WhereToBike
Website: http://www.WhereToBikeChicago.com
Greg Borzo on WorldCat : http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=greg+borzo


Selected Titles

Chicago :
ISBN: 0980750229 OCLC: 703463929

BA Press, [Port Kembla, NSW] : 2011.

Chicago cable cars
ISBN: 9781614237594 OCLC: 944121421

Rattle back into a time when Chicago was a city of cable cars. For almost one-quarter of a century, Chicago boasted the largest cable car system the world has ever seen, transporting more than one billion riders. Borzo guides readers through the fascinating story of the rise and fall of this aspects of Chicago's transit history.

Chicago cable cars /
ISBN: 1609493273 OCLC: 801928830

History Press, Charleston, SC : 2012.

Rattle back into a time when Chicago was a city of cable cars. For almost one-quarter of a century, Chicago boasted the largest cable car system the world has ever seen, transporting more than one billion riders. Borzo guides readers through the fascinating story of the rise and fall of this aspects of Chicago's transit history.

Chicago's fabulous fountains
ISBN: 9780809335794 OCLC: 953552656

[This book] presents in words and pictures many of the more than one hundred outdoor public fountains in Chicago, informing readers about their origin and place in the city--

Lost restaurants of Chicago
ISBN: 9781625859334 OCLC: 1044860293

Many of Chicago's greatest or most unusual restaurants are no longer taking reservations, but they're definitely not forgotten. From steakhouses to delis, these dining destinations attracted movie stars, fed the hungry, launched nationwide trends and created a smorgasbord of culinary choices. Stretching across almost two centuries of memorable service and adventurous menus, this book revisits the institutions entrusted with the city's special occasions. Noted author Greg Borzo dishes out course after course of fondly remembered fare, from Maxim's to Charlie Trotter's and Trader Vic's to the Blackhawk.--Back cover.

The Chicago L
ISBN: 9780738551005 OCLC: 144608455

Arcadia Pub., Charleston, SC : ©2007.

 

 

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