At this point, the Pago Pago building is just a pile of white and gray grit. I was tricked into believing they were only gutting the back end interior. I loved this place because it was the thinnest wedge of a building. What can the city get from this, a parking lot that might hold 60 cars if it was lucky? I'm raising a glass to Rich Chwedyk, at the far north end of Chicago. To another remnant ghost.