Light: On The South Side | NBC Chicago
Wednesday, Nov 18, 2009
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By Marcus Riley

South Side Chicago Nightclubs: 1975-77

Get an inside glimpse at mid-'70s nightlife on the South Side.View gallery

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Wednesday, Nov 25, 2009

Photographer Captures '70s South Side Chicago Nightlife

Photographer Captures '70s South Side Chicago Nightlife

A college student takes his camera to the club and captures history.

Saturday, Nov 21, 2009
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By Steve Bryant

Rewind: That '70s Party

Chicagoans throw down on the South Side, funk decade style.View gallery

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Tuesday, Nov 24, 2009
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By Marcus Riley

In Living Color: New Michael Abramson Pics

The legendary photographer shows his skills at a modern South Side '70s party.View gallery

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Wednesday, Nov 25, 2009

Video: Remembering 1970s Chicago Nightlife

Video: Remembering 1970s Chicago Nightlife

The "Light: On The South Side" photographer and others reminisce about a poignant time in the city's history.

Monday, Nov 23, 2009

The Talk: Michael Abramson Interview

The Talk: Michael Abramson Interview

Marion Brooks talks to the photographer behind "Light: On The South Side."

Friday, Nov 20, 2009

Video: A Stone Cold Jam

Video: A Stone Cold Jam

Chicago hipsters throw down on the South Side, funk decade style.

Saturday, Nov 21, 2009

Check It: Free Music Downloads

Check It: Free Music Downloads

Grab two dirty soul tracks from Pepper's Jukebox.

Wednesday, Nov 18, 2009

Light: On the South Side (Trailer)

Light: On the South Side (Trailer)

Check out a musical montage featuring pictures from a book showcasing South Side Chicago nightlife in the mid-'70s.

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