100 Strangers: Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL

Bernard

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"When it comes to music, Chicago is known for everything my brother. Jazz, rap, soul, you name it...

Ive been playing out here for a little while now and Maaaaaan, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays are my busiest days out here because Friday everybody getting paid, Saturday everybody need something good to listen to, and Sunday people looking for somewhere else to pay their tithes because they know some of these preachers be pimpin in the pulpit. They rather give their tithes to God by giving those who live their passions. When you get home, read the book of Acts chapter 3 and 4. It'll tell you how a church is really suppose to be ran..."- Bernard

100 Strangers: Clark ST., Chicago, IL

Linda and Cortney

    "We're currently visiting Chicago for my son's bowling tournament. He's competing with the top bowlers in the nation and he's averaging 200! He's been doing really good traveling across the country, carrying this 15 pound ball everywhere he goes. It's tough, but he's doing great."  "Where did you get your inspiration to bowl?"  Son  It was all her actually. When I was little, I would watch her bowl in the alleys. I eventually liked what I saw. So I would go on the other side of the alleys while she was bowling and practice at a young age. It'd be times when I would see her throwing these curves balls and I would ask her 'how did you do that?' (Laughs). But yea, my inspiration to bowl came from my mom.- Cortney Rhodes  Mom:  "He far surpassed me in the bowling leagues because now he's playing in tournaments. But I'm glad he saw me play at an early age.   My focus has been mainly on getting him squared away so he has something to fall back on and keep him out of trouble. It's a hobby he enjoys because he's really good at it. He just embraced it and took it to another level than I did back in the day."- Linda Steele

 

"We're currently visiting Chicago for my son's bowling tournament. He's competing with the top bowlers in the nation and he's averaging 200! He's been doing really good traveling across the country, carrying this 15 pound ball everywhere he goes. It's tough, but he's doing great."

"Where did you get your inspiration to bowl?"

Son

It was all her actually. When I was little, I would watch her bowl in the alleys. I eventually liked what I saw. So I would go on the other side of the alleys while she was bowling and practice at a young age. It'd be times when I would see her throwing these curves balls and I would ask her 'how did you do that?' (Laughs). But yea, my inspiration to bowl came from my mom.- Cortney Rhodes

Mom:

"He far surpassed me in the bowling leagues because now he's playing in tournaments. But I'm glad he saw me play at an early age. 

My focus has been mainly on getting him squared away so he has something to fall back on and keep him out of trouble. It's a hobby he enjoys because he's really good at it. He just embraced it and took it to another level than I did back in the day."- Linda Steele