Chicago P.D.  

The team hunts drug dealers selling fentanyl, which has been linked to multiple overdoses around the city. Tay and Burgess discover a bloodied child who shares a twisted secret about his home life. Mouse contemplates reenlisting in the Army. Platt informs Tay about her next assignment

Chicago P.D. All Episodes on season 4 :

Episode 1 : The Silos

Episode 2 : Made a Wrong Turn

Episode 3 : All Cylinders Firing

Episode 4 : Big Friends Big Enemies

Episode 5 : A War Zone

The World Series Through the Eyes of Brad Mangin

To see more of his sports photography, follow @bmangin on Instagram.

Longtime professional sports photographer Brad Mangin (@bmangin) is traveling to capture his 20th #worldseries. While he makes his living with his camera, for the last few years, he’s shared his perspective with his phone. “You look for things that can fit within the framework of the phone’s lens,” Brad says. “You can’t take something of an outfielder who is 300 feet [91 meters] away and bring him close. You need to be able to utilize what’s in front of you.” For Brad, the art of capturing great baseball moments comes from knowing the game inside and out. “You have to anticipate the game, and guess where the ball is going to go, where the players are going to go,” he says. “For me, it’s always been a challenge to try and figure out where the picture is going to be.”


I know that it was offered once before, but I felt that I still had something to learn in patrol. And I’m glad that I stayed, yeah. But if the opportunity ever presented itself again I… I just want you to know that it would be the best decison that you ever made. To have me be a part of your unity. That’s all.
Classify Chicago Animals at the Zooniverse
The Zooniverse is the world’s largest and most popular platform for people-powered research.

Guys this site is awesome – you show up and take a quick tutorial and then they show you trap-camera photos from in and around Chicago, and you classify what animals (if any) are in the photo, which helps them Do Science. You don’t have to be from Chicago to do it, either.

So far I have classified about a million squirrels, two cats, three deer, one possible possum, thirteen geese, and one human walking his french bulldogs.