Saturday, October 30, 2010

Chicago's rich candy history

"Since the late 1800s, Chicago has been a candy-producing machine. It displayed its confectionery prowess at the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893, where nearly 26 million visitors from around the world, including one Milton Hershey, were introduced to a number of candies and gums from Chicago manufacturers, including Cracker Jack, Juicy Fruit and caramels that Chicago candymaker Charles Gunther sold at his store on Clark Street."

For more of this sweet story, click here.

Looking the Other Way: A Nobel Prize for China?

"While the U.S. may say it wants to see China improve its human rights record, the Chinese government can rest easy. We don’t really mean it."

Click here for more of Chuck Colson's commentary.