Chicago's Elevated Train System Turning 125On June 6, 1892, the first elevated trains began running on what is now the Green Line. Back then, it was known as the “Alley L.”
Date Spots On The 'L'For whatever reason, tonight’s date is going to be car-less. And that’s okay! If you’re up for a little transit of the public manner, you can reach all sorts of destinations in the city. In fact, we’ve laid out a date where you can hit stops all over the city, and barely walk farther than you would to find the nameless one-way street you left your car on during the last date.
Chicagoan Caught In Middle Of Japanese EarthquakeWhat was it like to be in the middle of the devastating 8.9-magnitude earthquake and tsunami in Japan? One Chicagoan describes it firsthand.