North Side school pays tribute to Harold Ramis

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Senn High School in Chicago’s Edgewater neighborhood re-named its theater in honor of famed alumnus  Harold Ramis.
The legendary comedy writer, actor and director attended Senn from 1958 to 1962.
Ramis died in February at the age of 69.
Ramis’ widow and children were in attendance Saturday as the theater was dedicated.

The ceremony included a tribute by members of the Second City Comedy Troupe and included a screening of one of his classic films, Groundhog Day.

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