I ran into my friend marching in the annual day-after-Thanksgiving animal rights protest on Michigan Avenue.
On the trigger in Chicago.
Rose’s in Wicker Park, Chicago.
Kids look like a lot of work.
Chicago is such a great city to look at architecture because many of the roads are wide enough to actually see building facades. I liked this reflection here. And I believe that old library is now the Chicago Cultural Center.
Last year I shot a story on beer vendors at Wrigley Field. So when I went to last week’s shutout I couldn’t help but shoot a few more.
Through the Limpire network, I ended up with third-row box seats for the Cubs v. Giants game last Thursday night at Wrigley Field. It was 90 degrees that day. On September 23rd! It was something amazing.
The Giants won 13-0. They scored 9 runs in the second inning. It was the biggest farce I’d ever seen. Well, until Saturday when I ended up at the University of Michigan v. Bowling Green game…where Michigan won 65-21.
It hit 90 degrees last week on the first day of fall. But I think the summer is now officially over.
No more of these shenanigans.
An El station at night. I love the El. It reminds me of the NYC subway…in Queens.