SLoop Celebrities: Buddy Guy Recognized At Kennedy Center

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Buddy Guy Seated Next to Secretary Clinton

Sure, we write much on the fantastic South Loop happenings such as a new exhibit at the Field Museum, a nearby restaurant opening or a film premier at our

10.13 – 10.14 // Open House Chicago

Ever wonder what the inside of Roosevelt University’s newest tower looks like?   You know, the big blue and green zig-zag windowed  building just north of us SLoopers.  Or how about Berghoff Restaurant in the Loop? 

Historical Spotlight: Chicago’s Air & Water Show

It’s that time again…the Blue Angels are back in flight!  This weekend kicks off the 54th annual Chicago Air & Water Show at North Avenue Beach.  With some 2.2 million audience members, the A&W Show

Historical Spotlight: Printers Row

Long before Hackney’s and Bar Louie arrived at Dearborn and Polk, this area of the South Loop was the printing and publishing center of the Midwest, largely thanks to Dearborn Street Station.

Printers Row is a relatively new residential

Historic Spotlight: Myra Bradwell’s Former Home

Though she may not be well remembered, Myra Bradwell is an extremely important part of Illinois history.  Originally hailing from Manchester, Vermont, Myra’s Chicago story begins in 1855 when she and her husband, James Bradwell,

02.10 – 02.19 // Chicago Auto Show

Are you an automobile enthusiast? You won’t want to miss the 104th edition of the Chicago Auto Show at McCormick Place!

Not only has the Chicago Auto Show been around since 1901, it is the largest

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