City Scenes

People in Chicago were dealing with the cold and snow today. Linda Hall cross country skis next to Lake Michigan Tuesday afternoon at Waveland Park. She said, “I love it cause I like to ski. I like the sunshine and snow.” She also said that it is wonderful that you can ski along the lakefront. | Michael Schmidt/Sun-Times

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Kyoko Eng of Chicago (left) and her visiting sister Midori Eng of Memphis, Tennessee walk down Fullerton Avenue near Greenview Avenue on their way to the Art Institute Tuesday afternoon. Midori said, “It’s pretty today, I’m not used to seeing the snow.” Kyoko who moved to Chicago from Memphis three years ago when asked about the snow and cold said, “I’m getting used to it.” | Michael Schmidt/Sun-Times

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Megan Culbertson runs on the Lakefront Path near Lawrence Avenue and Lake Shore Driven Tuesday afternoon. She said, “I had an urge to get outside.” and “Running is warmer than walking.” as she said that she was running three miles but she next time she is going to get a balaclava for her face. | Michael Schmidt/Sun-Times

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Postal worker Rafael Matos struggles a little with his cart in the snow covered sidewalk while delivering the mail Tuesday afternoon on Fullerton Avenue near Greenview Avenue. He said “This is rough. It makes it a little harder for us to move.” and said that it is also hard sorting the mail with gloves. | Michael Schmidt/Sun-Times

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People on a sled get a boost from another person on the hill at Wilson and Simonds drives Tuesday Afternoon near the lakefront. | Michael Schmidt/Sun-Times

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