1906. Madison and Franklin.
The March IGers Chicago Instameet! As always, it was great to see old friends & meet new friends!
Thanks to @bare1000 for snapping this shot!
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Here are a few of the highlights from the #ChitectureEX Architecture Portrait & Bio contest 🌟@instatay @aglet @afowler2k @mcquake01 @cameronmichael8 🌟 These submissions displayed interesting portraits along with interesting facts about that building, which is exactly what we are looking for - Great job! Keep submitting to #ChitectureEX winners will be announced next week! 🌟
The Architecture Portrait & Bio Contest ends 3-31-13 there is still time to submit your photos for the #Chitecture EXhibition, coming this summer! We are running contests for the next 6 months - Each will give 3 finalists a chance for their winning submission to be on display, as part of Chicago’s first ever Chitecture instagram exhibition.
Rules: - Submit photos using the hashtag #ChitectureEX for the contest. Use #Chitecture to submit for daily features. - Submit photos with Chicago Architecture and the theme of the contest as the main focus to be considered as a finalist. - This weeks theme is to shoot a portrait of a building downtown, and submit a write up including any facts you’ve learned about that particular building. - Help Chitecture spread the word about our contests and Exhibition by mentioning at least one friend with: ‘@ account name’ in the comment section with every submission. - New submissions or re-posts for #chitectureEX only.
Thousands Turn Out for Supreme Court Cases on Same-Sex Marriage
See more photos from today’s demonstrations by visiting the location page of the Supreme Court of the United States.
Today, the Supreme Court of the United States takes up the first of two high-profile cases on the issue of same-sex marriage, and thousands of people have turned out on the courthouse steps to make their opinions heard.
Today’s case, Hollingsworth v. Perry, involves a challenge to Proposition 8, a referendum passed in 2008 outlawing same-sex marriage in California. Tomorrow, the court will hear a case challenging the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), a 1996 law that prohibited the federal government from recognizing same-sex marriage for a host of federal purposes, including Social Security benefits, immigration and taxes.