Category: Chicago

  • Get your game on at Bonus Round

    Get your game on at Bonus Round

    For the past two years, one of Chicago’s most innovative and fun destinations has quietly built a loyal following in the East Lakeview neighborhood.

  • COVID-19 Chicago – Who’s Closing and Who’s Open

    COVID-19 Chicago – Who’s Closing and Who’s Open

    To protect the health of patrons and prevent the spread of this new strain of Coronavirus, most businesses are closing and events are being canceled. Some places are staying open. While indoor dining is prohibited as of 9 pm Central on March 16, many restaurants are offering carry-out or delivery options. Check diningatadistance.com to see…

  • BUG: A Dark and Twisted Journey

    BUG: A Dark and Twisted Journey

    BUG by Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winner Tracy Letts roars back to Chicago for its Steppenwolf debut and takes the audience on a dark, twisted journey inside a deteriorating mind.

  • Buddy Guy Returns to Chicago for his January Residency – Full Schedule

    Buddy Guy Returns to Chicago for his January Residency – Full Schedule

    Catch the legend himself during his annual Chicago performances.

  • Merry Christmas Darling: Heidi Kettenring Sings Karen Carpenter Is A Must-See!

    Merry Christmas Darling: Heidi Kettenring Sings Karen Carpenter Is A Must-See!

    The holidays may be over, but the celebrating continues with Merry Christmas Darling: Heidi Kettenring Sings Karen Carpenter, at the Venus Cabaret Theater in Chicago.   As the venue’s website states, you can enjoy a “festive celebration of the legendary songstress, featuring holiday cocktails, dazzling decor and a one-of-a-kind holiday experience!” Indeed it was amazing. I…

  • The Chicago Flag

    Every where you look in Chicago you’ll see the Chicago Flag. It doesn’t just fly from flag poles. It can be seen in bars and restaurants, incorporated into the logos of Chicago businesses, and even tattoos.

  • Naperville

    Naperville is one of the best known suburbs of Chicago. It’s received accolades from Money Magazine, Modern Maturity, and Home Computing. Generally perceived as one of the best Chicagoland areas in which to live, Naperville is not just a bedroom community.

  • Oak Park

    What do Frank Lloyd Wright, Ernest Hemingway, and the Continental Divide have in common? Oak Park!

  • Government

    This is where you can find government offices for Chicago, Cook County, and Illinois. Find out where to get your drivers license, marriage license, and business license.

  • Long Grove

    Long Grove is a village community that provides open space and historical character – and no real estate tax.

  • Public Transportation In Chicago

    Chicago Transit Authority – CTA

  • Going Nuclear with The Children

    Going Nuclear with The Children

    Do you take your tea with a side of nuclear meltdown? You might have to while watching Steppenwolf’s new production, The Children. Staged to critical acclaim to sold out crowds in London and New York, this profound work confronts the responsibility each generation must face for the way it leaves the world. On a summer…