02.02 // Groundhog Day

It’s the time of year where we anticipate the prediction of winter from the infamous Groundhog. The holiday is celebrated every year on February 2 and is rumored to be marked famous from 1993 film

A Brief History of the McCormick Place

As a gigantic gem on the outer edge of South Loop, the McCormick Place we know and love today is actually very different from its original structure, which debuted in November of 1960. One disastrous fire

Neighborhood Guide: Buddy Guy’s Legends

As Buddy Guy wraps up his annual 16-show residency at Legends, we’d like to take a closer look both the man and the venue. Whether it’s the Cajun food, cool blues playing in the background

01.19 // Adler After Dark: Celebrating the Chinese New Year

Every third Thursday of the month, The Adler Planetarium hosts an afterhours celebration with cocktails and appetizers, which go smashingly with the award-winning view of the Chicago skyline seen only from the Adler.

On January 19th the

Roosevelt University Auditorium – A Wealth of History and Entertainment

The Roosevelt University Auditorium building is yet another prime jewel in Chicago’s rich architectural tradition. It’s nearly 125-year history has been marked with renowned innovations, political events and nearly every type of entertainment, from opera

12.12 – 01.08 // Chocolate Around the World

Spoil your sweet tooth this holiday season at The Field Museum’s exhibition Chocolate Around the World. Unwrap the story of chocolate by exploring the unique cacao tree whose seeds started it all, learning the origins of chocolate

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