Great story-behind-the-story from Scott Strazzante: Last Fall, I got a call out of the blue from Jimi Allen, an Aurora photographer who I worked with when I was at The Herald News in Joliet. Jimi and I were very good friends back in the day, but, once we both left Joliet, we fell out of...
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