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It's a Chicago Thing..
Road smoothes for broadcast museum - Loop North News
CHICAGO, IL :: Water Tower Place on Michigan Avenue
The Wrigley Building and the Michigan Avenue bridge.
WGN TV's "Bozo's Circus" starred Deerfield resident Bob Bell from 1961 until he retired in 1984 with the show remaining #1 in its time slot. Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley proclaimed April 18, 1998 "Bob Bell Day" in the State of Illinois and City of Chicago as Addison Street near the WGN-TV Studios was named "Bob Bell Way.
Deerfield Area Historical Society
Palmer House (Chicago Pin of the Day, 6/5/2014).
St. Patrick's Cathedral
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Petersen's Ice Cream Parlour, Oak Park, IL - made by hand and absolutely fabulous!!
The Original Billy Goat's Tavern is actually located "under" the city (below street level) and you'll practically need breadcrumbs to find it. But it's a real slice of history straight out of the early years of SNL and the unlucky Chicago Cubs lore. http://www.chibarproject.com/Reviews/BillyGoat/BillyGoat.htm
The Original Billy Goat's Tavern is actually located "under" the city (below street level)
The Cowardly Lion stands on the Southeast corner of Oz Park in Chicago. He is joined by sculptures of the Tin Man and the Scarecrow in other spots in the park. The sculptor, John Kearney, typically works with welded steel (Tin Man) from automobile bumpers, but also creates bronze pieces like the Cowardly Lion