The Blue Angels closed out Chicago’s 54th annual Air & Water Show this afternoon. For spectators, it was all about the view. CBS 2′s Courtney Gousman found some unique spots where people found a different perspective for the Air & Water Show.
The 4th of July is the most hated day of the year by dogs. With all the fireworks and excitement, it can be scary for pets. But the Chicago Air & Water Show runs a close second.
Saturday’s rain storm put a bit of a damper on attendance for the Chicago Air and Water Show this weekend.
What would the Chicago Air & Water Show be without a topless protest? Men go topless all the time. So why not women? That was the message of a protest Sunday at North Avenue Beach, as a group of women fought for the right to bare their breasts.
As many as 2 million people were expected to take in the Chicago Air & Water Show on Saturday and Sunday and that means a big job for Chicago police.
If you were in the downtown area Thursday afternoon, you probably couldn’t help noticing plenty of jets screaming overhead.