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The history of theater in Chicago is as old as the city itself — the first theatrical performances
Chicago's venerable hotels are home to some of the finest art collections in the city. Here, we'll tell you about just four of the many. Go ahead. Immerse yourself in art.
This spring, the city is hosting a series of major exhibitions that call attention to Chicago-born and Chicago-connected artists whose work has fundamentally impacted the contemporary art scene: Nina Chanel Abney (February 10-May 6) and Keith Haring (March 3-September 23), both at the Chicago Cultural Center, and Kenneth Josephson (April 28-December 30), at the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Cast of Patagotitan mayorum, the Field’s new specimen is a giant, long-necked herbivore from Argentina, aptly named the Titanosaur.
Each one of the city's 77 neighborhoods offers something different for the romantically-minded. Check out just five vibrant Chicago hoods for your Valentine's Day inspiration.
As 2018 unfolds, take a look at some of what's new, hot and happening on the culture, urban, culinary, nightlife and hotel scenes.
You only have to delve into the creation of gospel and electrified blues, or read about the country's first African American president to get a glimpse into Chicago's significance to America's black cultural history.
February is the month of romance—hearts and flowers ornament shop windows, candles spill flickering light throughout Chicago’s nightspots, and chocolatiers experience a surge in sugar-loving customers. What really says Valentine’s Day, though, is an intimate, decadent dinner for two.
To call Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo’s reimagining of classic fairytale The Sleeping Beauty (La Belle) spellbinding doesn't even come close to an adequate description.