Chicago's like Melbourne - there's a city center, there's public transport, and there's more of a cultural scene.
I was a mime. I'm not kidding. I went to Northwestern University and they have a mime company, so we did a lot of training and then a lot of mime shows around Chicago.
The first band I identified with from Chicago was the Muddy Waters band.
If the national economy improves, Chicago will improve.
I wouldn't live in Chicago cause it's too conservative, aside for the fact that Oprah Winfrey lives there.
I have a band that I started with a buddy of mine, a Vietnam veteran pal named Kimo Williams from Chicago.
I was actually born in Chicago, and then when I was a toddler, my parents moved to Philadelphia.
Thanks to my mother's sacrifices, I was able to attend one of the best schools in Chicago.
I haven't touched a piece of meat since I read a graphic description of Chicago's slaughterhouses when I was 12.
I went to a number of schools when I was a kid on the south side of Chicago.
I grew up on the South Side of Chicago, north Beverly. It was cool, everybody's cool on the block.
In 1993, I was working at the Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago.
I'm very into film and strengthening what it means to be a rapper and to be a black dude from Chicago.
Disco evolved into Chicago warehouse. Then there was techno; eventually, it evolved into EDM.
In Chicago, we have a century-old transit system that desperately needs updates to keep up with increased capacity.
I love Chicago. I love Wrigley Field.
Chicago is a sort of journalistic Yellowstone Park, offering haven to a last herd of fantastic bravos.