THE PATTY DUKE SHOW (1963-1966, ABC; theme by Sid Ramin and Robert Wells). The Miracle Worker had proven the acting skills of young Patty Duke; in this TV star vehicle she pulled off dual roles and accents with aplomb. This razzmatazz sung theme with full blaring orchestra and ad jingle epic choral harmonies is one of the best of its type. (KevinR@Ky)
The 606, the new connection between neighborhoods in North side Chicago, starts to create whole another "dialogues" such as between pedestrians and bikers, joggers and commuters, and even parks and restaurants. Although it brings up the chaos politically and economically, it can't be denied that the tenants around the 606 now are able to enjoy their quality of life through this new connection.