The Palmer House is opulence defined. Its chandeliers and sculptures weigh a ton, literally. Entering the lobby through the travertine double staircase is like being smacked on one cheek with …
Find out why it took over a century and several lawsuits to create this Chicago centerpiece.
How an abandoned building designed by one of Chicago’s preeminent architects found new life.
Go fly a kite! No, really – go fly a kite. The Chicago Kids and Kites Festival takes place every year at the beginning of May. You don’t even need …
Don’t miss this annual Chicago Christmas tradition that spreads joy and candy canes throughout the city.
The Clarke House Museum tells a remarkable story.
Beer Under Glass is annual event at Garfield Park Conservatory, and is the annual kickoff for Illinois Craft Beer Week, one of the “hoppiest” celebrations of the year.
I need to get more massages.
Not want. NEED.
Chicago’s popular free summer workout in Millennium Park takes place late May through August. Begin your day with a workout on the Great Lawn in front of Pritzker Pavilion.
As an avid roadtripper, the Chicago Auto Show is my happy place. I look at the shiny vehicles and don’t see pieces of machinery. I see adventure, possibilities, and the open road.
The Draft Room at Kings Dining & Entertainment in Rosemont defies bowling alley food stereotypes.
“Love Never Dies” at Cadillac Palace Theatre is a stunning production with an exemplary cast, even if the plot is a bit predictable.