Category Archives: Travels with Charley

Travels with Charley: East on 35th

(Chicago, Illinois) With all the wonderful Sox games I went to this summer at Guaranteed Rate Field came the added pleasure of walking east along 35th Street from Morgan to the ballpark at Shields.  This Sunday, for example, I walked … Continue reading

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Fine Dining in Chicago

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Travels with Charley: On the Bus, Gus

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Red October

WHAT—ME WORRY? LESSON LEARNED by Charles McKelvy When I was all of 12 and a student in Mrs. Harrington’s 6th grade class at Alice L. Barnard Elementary School in Chicago, I was convinced beyond all reasonable doubt that I was … Continue reading

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Postcards from Gary

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Trainspotting in Hinsdale

(Hinsdale, Illinois) To quote our friends at Trains Magazine, suffice it to say: “one could spend months or years trying to photograph all of Chicago’s rail lines. Most people don’t have that much time, so here is a nominee for the first … Continue reading

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Hinchman

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