We’ve all been there, rushing between B and C concourses in Terminal 1 at O’Hare. But have you ever stopped to consider that the multi-colored, flashing tunnel that has appeared in countless movies and music videos is actually an art installation?
Its name is Sky’s the Limit, by artist Michael Hayden, installed in 1987.
Another part of the piece is Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue playing in the background; although, the last couple of times I’ve been at O’Hare, I haven’t noticed any music.
This is a photo gallery of some pictures I took at Beatlefest, as well as all the Lad swag that got while I was there. I hope you enjoy them. If you want to see more, you can go to my Instagram account at Onehourphoto94, where I have more pictures, as well as film footage from the event.
So today at Chicago O'Hare airport I was told by the Admiral’s check in lady, of which I am a card holding member of, that I needed to cover up because my shirt was “too see through” and that this was a “business establishment”
I said, “no I will not do that, and I’d like to see a manager.”
Guess who got into the elitist “suit club” (pictured people wearing hats and sweats) and drank her fucking free coffee that I deserve for paying into their corporate greed credit card?
Black smoke billowing across the tarmac at Chicago’s O'Hare Airport on Friday was the result of a fire in an American Airlines plane, according to an NBC News report. Instagram video from an onlooker shows passengers evacuating via the inflatable slides. This is a developing story.