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01/04/2011

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Book Signings & Events

Photos: Chicago's Historic Irish Pubs

  • Emmit's
    Excerpts & Photos from the Forthcoming Book: Chicago's Historic Irish Pubs, by Mike Danahey and Allison Hantschel

About the Authors

  • danahey
    Mike Danahey is a reporter for the Sun-Times Media Group. He lives in the northwest suburbs of Chicago, where he unofficially has been adopted as their eldest son by the Clarkes, who came to America from Dublin. His own family left him for the West Coast and better weather. Danahey is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Denver, but that was a long time ago, and they threatened to take his key away if he didn't finally publish.
  • hantschel
    Allison Hantschel is the author of It Doesn’t End With Us: The Story of the Daily Cardinal (2008, Heritage Books) and edited the anthology Special Plans: The Blogs on Douglas Feith and the Faulty Intelligence That Led to War (2005, William, James & Co.). She is a 10-year veteran of the newspaper business. She publishes First Draft, a journalism and politics blog, with her partners Adrastos and Jude. Her work has appeared in the Chicago Sun-Times, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, the Daily Southtown, Sirens Magazine, and Alternet. She lives in Chicago with her husband, three pet ferrets, and approximately 60 tons of books.