A visit to trendy River North's Roka Akor's patio was great for people-watching in style while enjoying 13 spring cocktails and designer bar food for all palates
"Picasso and Chicago", and the "Art of Migration" currently at the Art Institute of Chicago tell two different stories of Chicago
Don’t even think about missing this fabulous, historic exhibit. It will only be at the Chicago History Museum until January 5! This is a story—not a fairy tale!—about a vision WAY before its time
Omphile Molusi fills the stage with raw emotion and creative storytelling in his story about an apartheid-era activist who struggles to make sense of his life and navigate his way through a tumultuous political landscape.
Mónica Unikel-Fasja, author of "Sinagogas de México", recently told about the incredible architecture and history of synagogues in Mexico at the Chicago History Museum
I was absolutely dazzled by all I saw at the Field Museums current exhibition, "Maharaja: The Splendor of India’s Royal Courts". There was so much to see and learn
Traveling to the Windy City and need the 411 on the “Best Hotels in Chicago?”
Vermont style lodge experience in Ottawa, Illinois
Singles adventure club Social One provides an alternative to typical online dating sites, where members meet face to face through activities and shared hobbies, like learning to sail on beautiful Lake Michigan
Dave’s Down to Earth Rock Shop is unique and a hidden treasure located on Chicago's North Shore in Evanston
A star studded beginning for the long awaited Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center
At the Chicago Water Works Visitor Center you can find what you need
Chicago Architectural Foundation's Tips for a great visit
What is an esplanade? It is a level, open space; especially, a public walk, often along a shore. On June 25,The Chicago Botanic Garden opened its grand esplanade.
Off the beaten track between Detroit, MI and Chicago, IL on the outskirts of Grand Rapids, MI one can find the Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park.
For this native California boy, watching the Chicago Cubs for the first time was the perfect way to experience America's favorite pastime.
Chicago would be thrilled to have some L.A. weather on July 16th and 17th when Millennium Park opens. Four years overdue and well over budget, the park promises to change the face of the city.