Found on the #77 eastbound Belmont bus on a Wednesday evening.
Found this is an old box. Didn’t know Mickey played lute!
I got this record at the local flea market. I bought it from someone who definitely wasn’t Frankie’s parents. I researched this “Frankie” and found out that it probably is Franky Bandy, who actually started this “TearDrop” Records in Chicago.
Found on a side walk in a gutter under the El tracks near Chicago and Franklin.
We found this late one night after walking back from the Planetarium area of the lakefront. We were walking through the pedestrian and bicycle underpass and saw it, handwritten side up.
My friend Justin and I found this Post-it when cleaning off the desk of a recently fired co-worker. The circumstances of her leaving were dubious and she was kind of a mystery herself, so this became all the more curious a message to us. I promptly taped it to my desk where it’s been the … Continued
Found on the floor at my job. It makes me so happy.
This note was taped to a light pole. I didn’t remove the note because it had obviously been placed there for a reason and it needed to remain there. If only we knew what sort of interaction happened between this guy and the white couple to elicit such a raw, pained, angry, response.
I was walking along Lake Shore Drive with my daughter when I found this wonderful work of art by a young girl for her grandmother. It must have gotten away from them in the windy city; I wish I could get this back to them.
A mere thirty-six words to tell a story, letting our imaginations flesh out the rest.