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 to bring your own – kite kits will be provided (while supplies last) for children to build, decorate and fly. There will also be face painting, …
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.
Chicago is super-rich with beer fests during the warmer months of the year. In the winter? Not so much. It makes January even sadder, colder, and lonelier for the craft beer fan.
Veterans will be honored in one of the most appropriate places in Chicago this Veterans Day: Soldier Field.
Perfect places when you’ve found “the one” and want to make it official.