- Chicago | Illinois, United States | Britannica. com
Chicago, city, seat of Cook county, northeastern Illinois, U S With a population hovering near three million, Chicago is the state’s largest and the country’s third most populous city In addition, the greater Chicagoland area—which encompasses northeastern Illinois and extends into southeastern Wisconsin and northwestern Indiana—is the country’s third largest metropolitan area and
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Demonstrators march through the streets of Chicago on July 15, 2018, to protest the fatal shooting of Harith Augustus by a Chicago police officer
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U S Snowbound California Guests Freed After 5 Days at Lodge More than 120 visitors and staff who were snowbound in a Sierra Nevada resort for five days have been freed, authorities said Friday
- Rush Street (Chicago) - Wikipedia
Rush Street is a one-way street in the Near North Side community area of Chicago in Cook County, Illinois, United States The street, which starts at the Chicago River between Wabash and North Michigan Avenues, runs directly north until it slants on a diagonal as it crosses Chicago Avenue then it continues to Cedar and State Streets, making it slightly less than a mile long
- List of museums and cultural institutions in Chicago . . .
The city of Chicago, Illinois has many cultural institutions and museums, large and small Major cultural institutions include: the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Chicago Architecture Foundation, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Goodman Theater, Joffrey Ballet, Central Public Harold Washington Library, and the Chicago Cultural Center, all in the Loop;
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Reverend Horton Heat plays the Historic Ashland Armory Frontman Jim Heath of Reverend Horton Heat experienced an epiphany while playing a private party about six months ago
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The oldest portion of the property, at 7th and Nicollet, was built in 1902 and has the most ornate exterior Two adjoining structures were built in 1913 and 1929 with more modern styles