If Chicago statues could talk, what stories would they tell?

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Rick Kogan takes an audio stroll through the city with the Statue Stories Chicago project, brought to the city by the Driehaus Foundation to have a friendly chat with the William Shakespeare statue in Lincoln Park, hear the origin story of the Rosenberg Fountain in Grant Park and listen to the secrets of Miro’s Chicago at Brunswick Plaza.

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