Bowling is his passion and not just because of the game. The 99-year-old loves the people and the companionship. CBS 2’s Harry Porterfield reports.
A bowling alley that has been a staple of Chicago’s Northwest Side for more than 50 years has closed its doors.
You’re ready for a great night out, but you and your crew might want to do something different besides going to the same old bar. Break away from your bar routine to try out these Chicago spots that offer billiards, bocce and more!
“Let’s go bowling!” seems to be the response to every question ever asked on a Saturday night that revolved around wondering what to do. Bowling is a sport that everyone can play no matter how bad they are. It’s an even better activity for larger groups to just go out and have a fun time no matter what the score.
The Chicago area is known for its world class shopping choices. Not only does it have all the options that customers are looking for, it also has great restaurants, theaters, and entertainment for those who want to turn a day of shopping into an exciting night out.
When party planning in the summer, there’s no shortage of things to do. A BBQ and a backyard is all you really need. Planning a party in the winter however, can be a lot more challenging. If you’re looking for a different type of indoor celebration, try a good, old-fashioned game of bowling. The places featured below have party specials and private lanes, perfect for your next winter get together.