Arts & Culture
Indeed, more than 700 works are scattered around the city in and outside public facilities and parks.
Learning about animals, captaining a boat, sing a longs, nature hikes, and aerial magic can offer children a summer of discovery and memories they will never forget.
Looking for a music store in the Chicago area? Well, check some of these places out.
Exceptional for many reasons, the Auditorium Building was a groundbreaking creation when it was built, and through the years has continued to function in an array of significant roles in Chicago’s history.
Unwind with friends and have a laugh or two at these standup comedy clubs in Chicago.
Whether traveling for business, pleasure or tracing family roots a few well chosen words in the native language can reap friendly tips and information.
Attending an art festival in Chicago is an excellent way to explore and discover the creative talents of individuals while also supporting local communities.
The challenge for art lovers is how to work in wonderful places within easy walking distance. The five choices here mix familiar names with a few surprises within a doable walking distance.
Celebrate National LGBT Month in Chicago by checking out this list of musical performances and parade information.
This summer, take a look at these current and upcoming family-friendly museum exhibits in Chicago. From history to puppets, there’s something for everyone.
One exhibit leaps into late spring with amphibians from all over the world and another will have visitors wanting a personal robot.
This episode of Foursquare on The Pin covers New York City’s new Whitney Museum and other art favorites.
There are many activities and celebrations happening in Chicago on May 5, 2015. Here you will find some of the best ways to celebrate National Teacher Day in Chicago.
Shake off the cold weather for good with spring festivals in Chicago. Music, culture, art and more are all on the schedule this spring.
According to the City of Chicago, more than 700 movies have been made in the area. They range from cartoons and silent films from the turn of the last century and the early 1900s heyday of Essanay, a studio that had Ben Turpin and Charlie Chaplin, to this century’s Batman, Superman and Transformers hero movies.
It’s time to dust off that record player and start playing vinyl again. Does your collection need a little refreshing? Check out these five Chicago area record stores.
If you’re looking for a rare edition or just want to save a bit of money, then consider checking out these used bookstores in Chicago.
From church services to brunch, there are plenty of ways to celebrate Easter with your family in Chicago. We take a look at some of the best in the Windy City.
No matter whether the city’s critics give a show four stars or only sort-of recommend it, the visitor is likely to leave impressed if the theater is historical, ornate or atmospheric.
This spring, step outside and check out a live theatre performance in Chicago.