Jeff Lewis started his photography career installing high-speed Internet antennas atop city skyscrapers.
Also watch cars crash through flames on the Soldier Field turf.
The "Growing Up In Chicago" Facebook page created this year has nearly 30,000 followers.
Eliezer Appleton, who has visited every community area 4 times, urges others to meet the challenge.
Jays chips, Green River soda, Cracker Jack and Salerno butter cookies are among the products available.
The Chicago Extinct Businesses Facebook page features spots that were once "cornerstones of Chicago."
Kevin O'Malley died last May after he was shot during an armed robbery.
Renita Fitness was set to host the event Saturday that advertised alcohol, food and a cover charge.
Maeve McSweeney leaves Monday to volunteer at the Vesnova Children’s Mental Asylum in Belarus.
The 1,300-square-foot single-family home at 1505 W. 104th St. has been rehabbed extensively.
The seal also features an old boat, a Native American man and wheat, but what do they represent?
The lawsuit alleges defamation of character, invasion of privacy and intentional emotional distress.
Tune in to view real-time wait lines at emissions testing stations.
The meatless sandwich has come to be associated with Chicago's Italian Catholic community.
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