Ask Geoffrey: 6/25

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Ask Geoffrey: 6/25

Does an Avondale mural combine Polish patriotic and hip-hop elements? Geoffrey Baer explores this beautiful piece in this week's edition of Ask Geoffrey.

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Ask Geoffrey: 6/11

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Ask Geoffrey: 6/11

Amongst sunbathers and swimmers, the lakefront path at North Avenue Beach is home to a rather unique structure. Find out more in this week's edition of Ask Geoffrey.

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Ask Geoffrey: 4/30

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Ask Geoffrey: 4/30

A statue pays tribute to several policemen who lost their lives in a historic Chicago riot 126 years ago. Geoffrey Baer has more in this edition of Ask Geoffrey.

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Ask Geoffrey: 4/9

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What does a Logan Square building have to do with womens' hair accessories, amateur singers and camels? We find out in this week's edition of Ask Geoffrey.

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Ask Geoffrey: 3/26

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Ask Geoffrey: 3/26

What's hiding in the fenced-off area of Belmont Harbor? Geoffrey Baer discovers a delightful retreat in this week's edition of Ask Geoffrey.

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Ask Geoffrey: 2/27

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Ask Geoffrey: 2/27

Was a North Side building Charlie Chaplin's go-to movie theater? Or just a local auto shop? Geoffrey Baer takes us inside a unique structure in this week's edition of Ask Geoffrey.

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Ask Geoffrey: 2/13

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Ask Geoffrey: 2/13

A unique building was one of several Chicago landmarks featured in a 1950 film. The movie starred a young actor who later became a screen legend. Geoffrey Baer has more in this week's edition of Ask Geoffrey.

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Ask Geoffrey: 1/26

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Ask Geoffrey: 1/26

What does a Logan Square building have to do with womens' hair accessories, amateur singers and camels? We find out in this week's edition of Ask Geoffrey.

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Ask Geoffrey: 1/5

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Ask Geoffrey: 1/5

A street sign but no street? Usually, it's the other way around. Geoffrey Baer explains what happened to a Rogers Park intersection in this week's edition of Ask Geoffrey.

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Ask Geoffrey: 6/18

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Ask Geoffrey: 6/18

How did a Magnificent Mile building end up being featured weekly in a 1970s network TV sitcom? Find out more in this week's Ask Geoffrey.

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Ask Geoffrey: 5/7

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Ask Geoffrey: 5/7

A unique building was one of several Chicago landmarks featured in a 1950 film. The movie starred a young actor who later became a screen legend. Geoffrey Baer has more in this week's edition of Ask Geoffrey.

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Ask Geoffrey: 4/16

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Ask Geoffrey: 4/16

It's smelt fishing season! Geoffrey Baer tells us more about this delicious Chicago tradition in tonight's Ask Geoffrey.

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Ask Geoffrey: 4/2

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From World War II bomber jets to failed car companies, Geoffrey Baer explains how an expansive area under the Ford City Mall in West Lawn connects this neighborhood to its past.

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Ask Geoffrey: 3/19

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Ask Geoffrey: 3/19

Does an Avondale mural combine Polish patriotic and hip-hop elements? Geoffrey Baer explores this beautiful piece in this week's edition of Ask Geoffrey. 

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Ask Geoffrey: 2/20

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Ask Geoffrey: 2/20

Was a butcher to blame for a backup in the Chicago River? Geoffrey Baer uncovers some gruesome Bridgeport history in this week's edition of Ask Geoffrey.

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Ask Geoffrey: 2/6

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Wouldn’t it be nice to have heated sidewalks and never have to shovel?  Geoffrey Baer tells us about some folks in Oak Park who had that luxury in the early 20th century on tonight’s Ask Geoffrey.

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Ask Geoffrey: 1/19

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Ask Geoffrey: 1/19

The Baha'i House of Worship in Wilmette is one of seven of its kind in the world, and the only temple in the United States. Why is it located in suburban Chicago? Geoffrey Baer explains in this week's edition of Ask Geoffrey.

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