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Randy Hundley, a former teammate of Ron Santo, tells a story as Cubs radio broadcaster Pat Hughes, center, and Ron Santo Jr. listen during a Subscriber Total Access event celebrating the life of Ron Santo, at Drink Nightclub in Schaumburg Thursday.

JOE LEWNARD | Staff Photographer

Cubs beat writer Bruce Miles, left, talks with Gary Koca of Pingree Grove during a Subscriber Total Access event celebrating the life of Ron Santo.

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Bob Rylko, left, of Integrity Group, talks with Stan Kaczmarek of SJK Promotions, Inc., during a Subscriber Total Access event at Drink Nightclub in Schaumburg Thursday.

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Marilyn Sturlini of Rolling Meadows greets Cubs radio broadcaster Pat Hughes during the event Thursday.

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Cubs radio broadcaster Pat Hughes recalls the story of Ron Santo's hairpiece catching on fire at Shea Stadium in New York back in 2003. At left is Santo's Cubs teammate Randy Hundley and at right Ron Santo Jr.

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Ron Santo Jr., left, talks with Daily Herald Cubs beat writer Bruce Miles, center, and Scott Nelson, vice president of baseball operations for the Chicago Cubs, during a Subscriber Total Access event.

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Daily Herald sports columnist Barry Rozner greets subscriber Jeff Benchley of Elgin during a Subscriber Total Access event celebrating the life of Ron Santo.

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Members of the audience listen to panelists during the event.

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Daniel McQuade of Hoffman Estates, left, talks with Daily Herald Cubs beat writer Bruce Miles.

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Andrea Biwer of the Daily Herald speaks during the Subscriber Total Access event.

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Ron Santo Jr. talks about his dad prior to the event Thursday.

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Daily Herald Cubs beat writer Bruce Miles speaks Thursday.

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Each person attending the Daily Herald Total Access event celebrating Ron Santo's life received table gifts from sponsors at Drink in Schaumburg.

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Daily Herald Sports Columnist Barry Rozner moderates the event.

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Daily Herald sports columnist Barry Rozner.

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Daily Herald Cubs beat writer Bruce Miles, left, talks with Scott Nelson, vice president of baseball operations for the Chicago Cubs.

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WGN/Cubs radio broadcaster Pat Hughes, speaks during the event celebrating the life of Ron Santo.

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People attending the Subscriber Total Access event are served a buffet-style lunch at Drink Nightclub in Schaumburg Thursday.

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Readers at the food bar during the Daily Herald Total Access event.

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Heather Santiago of Rolling Meadows listens to panelists during the event.

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Pam Metzger of Porte Brown, LLC, speaks during the Subscriber Total Access event.

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Readers cheered and laughed at stories about Ron Santo all afternoon.

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Door entrance at the Daily Herald Total Access event celebrating Ron Santo's life at Drink in Schaumburg on Thursday.

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Daniel McQuade of Schaumburg talks with at Daily Herald Cubs writer Bruce Miles at the Daily Herald Total Access event celebrating Ron Santo's life at Drink in Schaumburg on Thursday.

George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

Gallery updated: 7/13/2012 10:27 AM

About this Gallery

Daily Herald subscribers were treated to an amazing afternoon in honor of Cubs ledgend Ron Santo, at the Drink nightclub in Schaumburg. The event is one in a series of Subscriber Total Access events which puts subscribers face-to-face with the columnists, writers, photographers and newsmakers they read about every day.
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