A March snowstorm in Bull Valley, IL made for a hectic day for local police officers.
Dave Rand is not your typical everyman. Husband, forager for high-quality sustainable food, and most recently, a grass-fed beef entrepreneur at Quarter Circle 7 Ranch, Dave has become a fixture in Chicago’s local food scene. But when a crisis strikes Q7 Beef, it rocks Dave and the young company to the core.
Produced, edited and directed by Jim Dallke and Gloria Oh.
The Crystal Lake, IL fire department trains to rescue someone who has fallen through the ice.
A profile of one of the biggest Christmas Tree farms in Illinois.
Playing nine feet below the pool surface doesn’t provide for much of a spectator sport. But if you grab a pair of goggles and strap on some fins, you’ll observe an unusual mix of athleticism, strategy, and grace…until you need to take a breath.
Published on Chicagosidesports.com
This short documentary highlights four Chicago street performers trying to make a living showcasing their skills on Michigan Avenue.
Tea Party members gathered in Indianapolis Saturday to support Senate Republican candidate Richard Mourdock. The Indiana state treasurer is looking to defeat longtime Sen. Richard Lugar, the incumbent GOP elder statesman who has served six terms representing the Hoosier State. A number of speakers addressed the crowd and expressed the need for fiscal responsibility, limited government and a new face to represent Indiana in the Senate.
Early voting for the Indiana primary is down 40 percent compared to 2008. But a surge of voters gathered in downtown South Bend Monday to cast their ballots before the early voting deadline. People in South Bend explain the importance of voting and six-year-old boy gets an introduction to civic responsibility.
During the week Tom Tunney serves as Chicago’s 44th ward Alderman. But on the weekends, he’s serving up omelets at his Anne Sather restaurant.
Immigrating from Italy, Angelo D’Amore found it difficult adjusting to American culture. Now he’s living the American Dream.