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The Riboud Family during World War II

After the German Army entered Paris on June 21, 1940, the Riboud family fled occupied France for Baltimore, Maryland, Nancy Riboud's childhood home in the United States. Nancy first left for Portugal with her young daughters Chesley and Betsy, and her infant daughter Olivia. Nancy's husband Jacques soon followed, meeting them in Serta, Portugal before sailing on the SS Excalibur for New York.

In Other Words

In Other Words Editor's Note: With Cliff Dweller Eddie Torrez, on piano and vocals, and Mark Edler, on trombone, Latin Night At The Cliff Dwellers began with their take on Frank Sinatra's famous Nelson Riddle arrangement of "Fly [...]

Indian Summer

Indian Summer Editor's Note: On a hazy, lazy summer day, with the Thunderbird F-16s making a racket above, folks at Navy Pier and on the sightseeing and pleasure boats at the mouth of Chicago Harbor were doing what [...]

Smile Awhile

Smile Awhile Viewing Jaume Plensa's Crown Fountain in Millennium Park from the terrace of The Cliff Dwellers can easily bring to mind the 1975 Hall & Oates classic, Sara Smile.