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Memorial Day is this weekend, so we've got a roundup of Chicago hotel deals to help you relax without breaking the bank.

Chicago Summer Beer Events

Chicago's craft beer scene is AMAZING. There are over 175 Chicago-area breweries, which should tell you just how much Chicagoans love their beer.

Patio season is finally upon us, and Chicagoans have begun to flock to their favorite outdoor spots for dining, drinking, and people watching.

Chicago Riverwalk

Chicago's DCASE (Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events) hosts a Chicago Riverwalk kick-off celebration that highlights how much fun you can expect to have this summer.

In a little over two weeks, you can have too good of a time for two days at the

Craft Cocktails at Apogee Lounge Chicago

Apogee Lounge is the swanky new rooftop bar at the Dana Hotel. Occupying the gorgeous space that once housed the popular Vertigo Sky Lounge, the 26th floor indoor/outdoor spot has undergone a complete refresh under the new management of The Fifty/50 Restaurant Group

If you're going to visit Millennium Park, whether it's for a concert, a picnic, or a stroll, there are a few dos and don'ts to keep in mind to make your experience fun and hassle-free.

Carillon at Chicago Botanic Garden

The Chicago Botanic Garden is an oasis in the northern Chicago suburb of Glencoe. The 385-acre attraction features over 2.5 million plants that represent nearly 10,000 varieties.

Free Millennium Park Workouts

Chicago's popular free summer workout series returns to Millennium Park, 205 E Randolph St, this June through September. Every Wednesday and Saturday you can begin your day with a workout on the Great Lawn in front of Pritzker Pavilion.

Last weekend was emotionally life-changing for me and I will never be the same. Nothing bad happened, but everything beautiful did.

Paul Taylor is one of the most acclaimed choreographers in American history, and you can experience his work on Mother's Day weekend.

Fidel Castro - Photo by Roberto Salas

Dine with famed Cuban photographer Roberto Salas at Rick Bayless' Cruz Blanca in anticipation of the exhibit of his work at the The Rangefinder Gallery.

Widely regarded as the most important American painting residing abroad, James McNeill Whistler’s Arrangement in Grey and Black No. 1 (Portrait of The Artist’s Mother) returns to the Art Institute of Chicago for the first time in over 60 years.

Artango Bar and Steakhouse Cinco for Cinco Happy Hours

Argentine hot-spot Artango Bar and Steakhouse salutes its Latin American compadre this Cinco de Mayo, creating special Mexican-inspired food and drink options.

Chicago SummerDance

Put on your dancing shoes! Here's the complete Chicago SummerDance Schedule 2017.

New Spring Cherry Blossom Dessert at Strings Ramen

Cherry blossom season is in full bloom at Strings Ramen. Inspired by the Japanese spring tradition of celebrating the cherry blossom (Sakura), String Ramen has created a special dessert.

Arabian Nights Men

Aladdin the Hit Broadway Musical at the Cadillac Palace Theatre is spectacular, filled with opulence and show-stopping numbers.

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