Memo to reporters in Chicago working on Obama stories: Sun-Times field guide to Obamas’ Hyde Park

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I know a lot of national reporters are visiting Chicago to do “history of Obama” stories. For some help, here’s the link to the Chicago Sun-Times field guide to the Hyde Park neighborhood of Michelle and Barack Obama. (Their house is actually on a historic block in a neighboring community called Kenwood.) The reprised scoop is by my colleague Mark Konkol. LINK

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