Strange but true tales from Chicago that could only happen here
Truth is stranger than fiction, and thatâ€™s definitely true in Chicago. On this July 4 holiday, fire up your Weber Grill, made by a Mount Prospect man inspired by Lake Michigan buoys, and read these weird but true local yarns.Cold as iceOn a bitter February night in 1951, South Side resident Dorothy Mae Stevens Anderson, 22, stumbled into an alley, drunk on whiskey. She was found there, frozen …
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FLINT: Koegel Meats ‘serves the curve’ as Fourth of July staple
FLINT â€” Fireworks and freedom are synonymous with the Fourth of July.
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Festival of the new, old and unusual
ELLWOOD CITY – For decades, Jimmy Fortenberry had been casting small animals in epoxy resin for pretty and decorative doodads. But a scientific advancement in the clear resin compound has given his craft business a new life.
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