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The Very 1st Playboy Club Opened On Leap Day In Chicago 60 Years Ago (PHOTOS)

"It was very warm, contemporary and a place to be seen and have a great deal of fun," said a longtime Playboy employee.


Meet The Photographer Behind Some Of Chicago’s Most Amazing Pics

Barry Butler captures and shares stunning photos of Chicago.


How Did The Red Line Get Under The Chicago River?

Ever wonder exactly how workers tunneled under the Chicago River for the Red Line?


Giant 8-Eyed Wolf Spiders Are Ready To Invade Your Home As Weather Cools

Female spiders could be carrying spider babies on their backs, so you might want to seal any cracks in order to keep them out.


Inside The Damen Silos: Urban Explorers Check Out Abandoned Structures

The 15-story grain silos at 2860 S. Damen Ave., have been useless since a 1977 explosion. 

Pilsen, Little Village, Back of the Yards

Who Is The Pink Hat Guy Behind Home Plate At Wrigley Field?

Jim Anixter's bright pink hat and loud green shirt are hard to miss when the camera in centerfield shows the action at home plate.

Lakeview, Wrigleyville, Northalsted

Happy 100th Anniversary To That Huge Smokestack Along The Kennedy Expressway

The long-dormant smokestack is part of the Mayfair Pumping Station, a facility that still supplies Lake Michigan water to the Northwest Side and suburbs.

Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park