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There is a team of hockey players who know all about battles and wars, and these days they’re playing the game they love to raise awareness of other American heroes like them. CBS 2′s Rob Johnson reports.
Buddy Guy is part musician, part showman. He’s been performing for nearly 50 years, and you can still catch him at his South Loop nightclub. CBS 2′s Kate Sullivan reports.
Students at the Kenwood high school are taught traditional subjects through the lens of art. CBS 2′s Kate Sullivan reports.
CBS 2′s Rob Johnson takes us on a tour of the hip neighborhood on the Near Northwest Side, known for its artists and boulevards — and now, its renovated movie theater.
Daniel Smrokowski has been a fixture on the radio at Roosevelt University in Chicago for roughly four years. CBS 2′s Rob Johnson reports.
Nick Curley, an 8-year-old mite hockey player for the Glenview Stars, wanted to raise awareness about epilepsy because his cousin battles it. CBS 2′s Rob Johnson reports.
The South Side neighborhood has seen some changes — some good, some bad. But those that live there now are proud of where they call home, CBS 2’s Kate Sullivan reports.
Squash in this case is not a vegetable. It’s a sport that helps inspire young people. CBS 2′s Rob Johnson reports on a Hyde Park-based program.
Just south of McCormick Place is a district where African Americans flourished after the Civil War. CBS 2′s Kate Sullivan reports.
One of the newest microbreweries on the block is in Naperville, CBS 2’s Rob Johnson reports.
The village has come a long way since a man named Franklin Cossett led the emigration from Chicago in the 1870s.
CBS 2′s Kate Sullivan looks at one of Chicago’s trendiest, hippest neighborhoods.
From authentic taquerias like Nuevo Leon to the vivid and expressive murals that line the streets, the people of Pilsen proudly show you who they are.
CBS 2′s Rob Johnson takes a look inside Chicago’s newest museum, which pays homage to the greats of television and radio.
CBS 2′s Kate Sullivan introduces us to Andersonville, a unique neighborhood on Chicago’s North Side that retains its Swedish heritage.
When he started as a barber, Joe Guido’s hair was a little darker, but what hasn’t changed is his devotion to customer service. CBS 2′s Rob Johnson reports.
This 1890s-era gift from Japan is tucked away behind the Museum of Science and Industry. CBS 2′s Kate Sullivan pays a visit.
CBS 2′s Kate Sullivan introduces us to a little-known attraction along the banks of the Chicago River.
The Aces have been knocking the cover off the ball for 44 years now. CBS 2′s Rob Johnson reports.