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The Field Museum is offering Free Basic Admission to begin the New Year
Joining my husband for a three day meeting he attended at The Drake Hotel Chicago provided me with the opportunity to enjoy the High Tea that is their specialty and much more
Thanksgiving suggestions for what to eat, what to do and more. And HAPPY THANKSGIVING to our readers
With the presidential election looming around the corner, we are rounding up the best de-stressors and must-do’s that will provide you with some relaxation
Eat to Your Heart's Content at the annual Bon Appetit Chicago Gourmet Weekend Event
Free museum visits for Chicago public school students August 29th and 30th.
During the least windy month, iFLY Chicagoland locations are offering $20 off flights for the month of August to fulfill your need for the wind and thrill of indoor skydiving
Step back into ancient China and revel in one of the greatest archeological finds of the 20th century, featured at the Field Museum- China's First Emperor and His Terracotta Warriors
Three theatrical companies are performing FREE Shakespeare plays this summer at a park near you!
The 2nd annual Redhead Days, organized once again by Jim Stoecker, owner of Highwood’s Alex’s Washington Gardens, was held in early June in Highwood, and was a great success
Looking for something cultural to do? Chicago's The Field Museum's popular "Free Days" are back.
I love the photographs in National Geographic. “Women of Vision: National Geographic Photographers on Assignment” can currently be seen at the Field Museum and tells a compelling story
Unveiled this season, the newest addition to the city’s public art collection is Tony Tasset’s Artists Monument
Chornobyl 30 Years Later is a recent exhibition at the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art. Dozens of pieces connected the story of the disaster with art -- telling the stories of the people and town destroyed by this horrific event
As part of its commitment to preserving urban wildlife, Lincoln Park Zoo has launched “Nature in Focus: Photography at Lincoln Park Zoo,” a photo contest that will culminate in a two-month, on-grounds exhibition of the top winners’ submissions
How to Survive Extinction: Live Fast, Die Young - Field Museum Examines Life History of Ancient Mammal
iFly allows customers something previously reserved only for the birds and Superman
China’s First Emperor and His Terracotta Warriors, opening March 4, 2016. This Exhibition Marks Warriors Return to Chicago First Time in 30 Years
An urban oasis of green in wintertime, the Garfield Park Conservatory is currently hosting a remarkable light-filled art installation - Solarise by Luftwerk that is well worth a special visit
The Field Museum will once again host “Free February,” which will grant free basic admission to all Illinois residents throughout the month of February - see details
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