Jefferson Park, Portage Park
Looking for some fake cobwebs, creepy clowns on a swing or the perfect mustache?
The wildly-popular free weekend let people inside some of Chicago's coolest addresses.
Chicago's legendary ghoul will be meeting fans and signing autographs at the Six Corners store.
The paperless pay boxes are already being installed Downtown.
Plastic bags wreak havoc on the sorting systems used in recycling.
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Tactics like canceling sports games and filling the streets with police portray black and brown communities as “boogie men," one organizer said.
"One of the nicest things I hear is, 'I used to watch you when I was a kid, and now I watch you with my kids,'" Svengoolie said.
The annual event is free and allows people to check out buildings they've always wondered about.
Svengoolie, the host of the popular horror movie show, said it's "very flattering" to see people dress up like him.