Welcome to SpeciaLists, a new weekly feature here at WhatCulture. SpeciaLists differ from our regular articles in the fact that they’re extremely specific and take a far more intimate approach to niche topics. This week, we take a look at classic scenes involving those immortal distance-bridging devices we couldn’t live without: stairs.
February is the month of love. It is a time for heart-shaped cards, over-priced flowers, cheeky one-night stays in cheap hotels, and lung cancer. That’s right: every February, after all the loveliness of Valentine’s Day, the next thing on our minds should be lung cancer, because February is also the month of “Hustle Up The Hancock,” a charity endurance event to raise funds for cancer research.
Details of the event can be found here, but essentially, the last Sunday of every February is when over 4,000 people climb 94 floors (nearly all 1,632 steps) of the John Hancock Tower in Chicago, »
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