Read this article from Time Out Chicago: "Half hidden by sand and vegetation, the Buddha emerges from a small dune-restoration zone at the lakefront in Rogers Park. Today, the oversize bust of the Enlightened One (actually, just the top half of his head) gazes west into the neighborhood. Some days he peers southward at the skyscrapers in the distance. Other times, he regards the lake."
We're in the news! Read this article from the Christian Science Monitor: "They appear when you least expect it: 300-pound sculpted heads of the Buddha, emerging from sidewalks, under the L tracks, and amid parks and gardens in some of Chicago's most densely populated and violence-plagued neighborhoods."
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