When you walk into a warehouse on the Near West Side, you can smell and hear what’s cooking, as the employees at Eat Purely are busy preparing and packing up lunches for hundreds awaiting delivery.
Founded 60 years ago and located in Westmont is a company that is under the microscope.
It’s a Friday morning at The Brookdale Senior Living Center in Lincoln Park. About a dozen seniors gather for their weekly dance therapy program.
From Jay’s potato chips to Andes mints, from Cracker Jack to giardiniera, if you’re homesick, The Chicago Gift Box is just what the doctor ordered.
(CBS) — Pert Cleaners in Old Irving Park is probably a lot like the dry cleaner in your neighborhood. Except Pert Cleaners has a museum of laundry and dry cleaning, like a collection of old […]
A five-year-old’s art drives the non-profit Dainty Warrior Project.
Christen Carter is the owner of the Busy Beaver Button Company.
CHICAGO (CBS) — Rocky Levy loves a good story. “I’m a big history buff in Chicago and architecture,” he said. He also loves beautiful furniture. “I always was interested in unique things,” he said. Combine […]
Music floats through the air at Seman Violins in Skokie, reports WBBM’s Regine Schlesinger.
Drive around downtown Chicago, and you’re sure to have seen their work.
(CBS) — 32-year-old Jenny Beorkrem was born in Iowa the Quad Cities and went to college in Madison, Wisconsin. “I just wanted to be in the big city,” she said. “So I moved here as […]
It’s one thing to repair a Chevy or a Ford, but where do you go to fix a DeLorean? DeLorean Midwest, in northwest suburban Crystal Lake, specializes in repairs to the classic stainless steel cars.
For nearly 80 years, the metalsmiths at Al Bar platers in Wilmette have been creating and restoring silver and other metal pieces for homes around the country, reports WBBM’s Regine Schlesinger.
They’ve been friends for years. Now, two grandmothers from Skokie are partners on a new children’s book, reports WBBM’s Regine Schlesinger.
Wondertucky Whiskey and Bourbon is created and distilled in a small, 2,000 square foot space in Woodstock.
Walking into a shop on Montrose near Ashland is walking deep into the 20th Century.
The two board, eight bag game is popular in backyards and tailgate parties across the country.
In this digital age, John Arnsdorff is helping music lovers listen the old-fashioned way, reports WBBM’s Regine Schlesinger.
(CBS) — It’s harvest time at Lynfred Winery in Roselle. “Right now is when we’re really going into our busiest time in the wine cellar,” said Christina Anderson-Heller, marketing director for Lynfred Winery. The 24,000 […]
Ron Bliwas partnered with another Shoah Foundation veteran, videographer Dan Gelfond and they formed the company, Personal History Interviews.