Will Kilkeary, owner of legendary Chicago barO’Rourke’s, dead at 74

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Will Kilkeary built and ran O’Rourke’s, a North Avenue bar where some of the finest writers in the nation gathered. Chicago Sun-Times film critic Roger Ebert immortalized O’Rourke’s in his memoir “Life Itself.” Mr. Kilkeary died Friday at 74. Read more at http://www.suntimes.com/news/obituaries/30998810-418/will-kilkeary-dies-owner-of-legendary-chicago-bar-a-favorite-of-royko-ebert.html

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