Slice of Life: 7:20am – Time for Gum!

Wrigley Building

As the winter sun slides farther south, light is getting harder and harder to come by in the alleys and canyons of downtown Chicago.

The magnificent Wrigley Building (400 North Michigan Avenue), is bathed in sunlight just a few minutes each morning, right around 7:20am.  That is, if the clouds will permit it.

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