Show us your . . . Catmobile: animal trainer Samantha Martin discusses the Acro-Cats’ tour-vehicle totem.
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Show us your . . . walls of autographs
After Chicago Theatre shows end, the performers’ John Hancocks remain backstage.
Show us your . . . ‘nipples’
The TaTa Top subverts Chicago’s law against women exposing their nips.
Show us your . . . Swing Set Drum Kit
Artist Dave Ford’s kinetic sculpture brings the beat.
Show us your . . . Punch Trunk
Will Duncan’s party in a box dispenses drinks and music.
Show us your . . . inflatable rat
Scabby the inflatable rat has been grabbing attention at labor-union demonstrations for nearly 25 years.
Show us your . . . pothole art
Northwest-side artist Jim Bachor repairs Chicago potholes with mosaic murals.
Show us your . . . Popeil gadgets
Cultural historian Tim Samuelson appreciates the Chicago story in as-seen-on-TV appliances.
Show us your . . . custom DeLoreans
Rich Weissensel’s interest in DeLoreans predates Back to the Future.
Show us your . . . drones
Last year, drone enthusiast Ryan Twose founded the Chicago chapter of the Association of Unmanned Vehicle Systems International.
Show us your . . . bass harmonica
Of the ten to 15 harmonicas Bob Kessler plays, the one that’s the bass harmonica is likely the most peculiar.
Show us your . . . passenger pigeon
Steve Sullivan of the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum explains that the bird was hunted so rabidly it wasn’t able to reproduce at a high enough rate.
Show us your . . . collection of vintage lasers
Nearly four decades ago, Ed Wesly saw his first hologram created by lasers—he’s been addicted ever since.
Show us your . . . sock animals
Going hog wild with Therese Burton’s sock animals
Show us your . . . dressing room
We check out Kiss Kiss Cabaret’s dressing room