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Jim Nitti, a student teacher with the Stirling Tai Chi Society, practices his Tai Chi near the "Steelroots" sculpture at Fullerton Avenue, next to the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLCUL000214" title="Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum" href="/topic/environmental-issues/nature/peggy-notebaert-nature-museum-PLCUL000214.topic">Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum</a> in Chicago. The Tai Chi student instructor was waiting for students, but knew that fewer would come due to the hot weather. Thatcher teaches Tai Chi at this location every Thursday, at 10 AM.

( Antonio Perez, Chicago Tribune / July 15, 2010 )

Jim Nitti, a student teacher with the Stirling Tai Chi Society, practices his Tai Chi near the "Steelroots" sculpture at Fullerton Avenue, next to the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum in Chicago. The Tai Chi student instructor was waiting for students, but knew that fewer would come due to the hot weather. Thatcher teaches Tai Chi at this location every Thursday, at 10 AM.

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