Pat Nabong

Visual journalist
Tiago Uribe y Yolanda Salinas, que ganaron un concurso en línea para encender la fuente, se encontraron entre los cientos de personas y artistas que rodeaban la Fuente de Buckingham, de 97 años de antigüedad, mientras el viento calaba en los rostros de la gente.
Tiago Uribe and Yolanda Salinas, who won an online contest to switch on the fountain, were among hundreds of people and performers who encircled the 97-year-old Buckingham Fountain as wind blew mist onto people’s faces.
Plans call for the camp to be built on a vacant lot near West 38th Street and South California Avenue, costing the city $91,400-a-month.
Gamblers started lining up at 6:30 a.m. to take some of the first spins at the city’s first legal casino, at 600 N. Wabash Ave.
About 20 Safe Passage workers, who aim to ensure the safety of students walking to and from school, received awards for the work they’ve done over the years.
Chicago-area students take part in a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math course with hands-on racing time and a chance to build a component for an automobile.
The annual festival kicked off Saturday in Millennium Park.
Thousands of fans descended on Chicago’s Grant Park for a two-day festival celebrating reggaeton and other Latin music courtesy of Feid, Arcangel and Wisin & Yandel and more.
The youngsters also got to do a craft, get their face painted and pose with the Bunny.