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Patti Cagney Sheehan started Second Act, what she calls calls a “cancer-recovery boutique.” (CBS)

Your Chicago: Second Act Boutique For Cancer Survivors

CBS 2′s Kate Sullivan introduces us to a woman who opened a boutique for cancer survivors, in the latest installment of “Your Chicago.”


Meet one of the residents of the Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences. The school has a barn stocked with farm animals. (CBS)

Your Chicago: Ag High School In Urban Setting

The Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences is a little bit of the country on the city’s Far South Side. CBS 2′s Rob Johnson reports.


Army Sgt. Cameron Crouch, left, and his wife, Christy. (Courtesy: Crouch family)

Your Chicago: Helping A Wounded Iraq War Veteran

College students from Chicago helped an Iraq War veteran who lives downstate by redesigning his home’s interior. CBS 2′s Rob Johnson explains.


Montele Jordan, 7, gets fitted for a new pair of eyeglasses. (CBS)

Your Chicago: Illinois Eye Institute At Princeton School

Where do Chicago school kids go when they need glasses, but they don’t have the money? CBS 2′s Rob Johnson has the answer.


Award-winning artist Patrick Thompson works one of his latest creations. (CBS)

Your Chicago: Local Artist’s Easel

For 38 years, police work was Patrick Thompson’s career. But painting was his passion. CBS 2′s Kate Sullivan reports.


A new temporary exhibit at the Field Museum showcases some of the institution's mummies. (CBS)

Your Chicago: Field Museum’s Dinosaurs And Mummies

CBS 2′s Kate Sullivan re-introduces us to the famous Chicago institution, which has a new exhibit.


A couple of youngsters play at Gigi's Playhouse, an organization for the families of children with Down syndrome. (CBS)

Your Chicago: Gigi’s Playhouse

From afar, it looks like any other playroom. Kids are laughing — enjoying their toys, books, and each other. But take a closer look and you will see that all of these kids are special. They all have Down syndrome, CBS 2′s Rob Johnson reports.


Thomas Zoells opened PianoForte after quitting his job as a banker. (CBS)

Your Chicago: PianoForte

Thomas Zoells’ passion for piano is obvious. From the carefully collected keepsakes of famous composers to the impressive three-story showroom of the world’s best pianos, this is a man in the midst of his passion.


Students at Eisenhower Junion High School attend a rally to fight cancer. (CBS)

Your Chicago: West Suburban Students Become ‘Cancer Smashers’

In the high school gym at Eisenhower Junior High last week, a pep rally was held to end cancer, complete with videos, cheerleaders, a band and inspirational speakers.


Looks like ribs, right? It's all vegetable, though, from Karyn's Cooked. (CBS)

Your Chicago: Karyn’s Cooked, All-Vegetable Comfort Food

The menu reads like an all-American menu, complete with “short ribs” and “Buffalo wings,” but the contents vary from tofu to eggplant. The goal is to make it delicious, CBS 2′s Kate Sullivan reports.


"Sweet" Charlie Brown presides over the Windy City Senior Basketball League. (CBS)

Your Chicago: Basketball Legend ‘Sweet’ Charlie Brown

When it comes to Chicago basketball, before Derrick Rose and Michael Jordan, there was Charlie Brown. CBS 2′s Rob Johnson reports.


Jaden, left, and Rob Johnson (CBS)

Your Chicago: Darien Sportsplex

CBS 2’s Rob Johnson usually explores “Your Chicago” based on viewer suggestions. But in the latest installment, he introduces us to the Darien Sportsplex ice rink.


CBS 2's Rob Johnson talks with one of the employees at Seguin Garden and Gifts Center. (CBS)

Your Chicago: Seguin Gardens And Gifts

Seguin Gardens and Gifts in Cicero is far more than your ordinary plant shop and is staffed primarily with special-needs adults. CBS 2′s Rob Johnson reports.


Moussa Al Sheikh, the owner of the Jerusalem Cafe. (CBS)

Your Chicago: Jerusalem Café

Moussa Al Sheikh and his brother, Mohammed, run one of Oak Park’s best known restaurants for Middle Eastern food, the Jerusalem Café. CBS 2′s Kate Sullivan reports.


The Chicago Bronze handbell choir (CBS)

Your Chicago: Chicago Bronze Handbell Choir

There is nothing like the sound of a handbell choir, especially at this time of year. CBS 2’s Kate Sullivan introduces us to one of Chicago’s finest handbell choirs: Chicago Bronze.


In scrapbooking, participants assemble booklets of their histories. (CBS)

Your Chicago: Defining Moments Scrapooking Store

CBS 2′s Rob Johnson introduces us to an Evanston store that specializes in “scrapbooking” and some of its enthusiasts.


Pedestrians use Chicago's little-known "Pedway," a system of tunnels. (CBS)

Your Chicago: The Pedway

It’s practically a well-kept secret, but Chicago’s downtown has a pedestrian-friendly series of tunnels to keep you warm and dry during inclement weather. CBS 2′s Kate Sullivan reports.


A horse stretches its legs at Maywood Park. (CBS)

Your Chicago: Maywood Park Race Track

CBS 2′s Rob Johnson takes a tour of a Melrose Park institution and talks with owners about the the thrill of harness racing.


Laura Olsen, right, is among the faculty members at the Chicago School for Piano Technology. (CBS)

Your Chicago: Chicago School For Piano Technology

For a piano to sound grand, it needs loving care. That’s where Laura Olsen and her colleagues come in. CBS 2′s Kate Sullivan reports.


Joanne Slahor gives CBS 2's Rob Johnson a tour of the Morton Arboretum in Lisle. (CBS)

Your Chicago: Morton Arboretum

There’s no time like the present to enjoy autum colors at the west surburban oasis. CBS 2′s Rob Johnson takes a tour.