Arts & Culture
Art, creativity and inspiration can be found throughout Chicago. A great way to experience the art of Chicago is by taking a walking tour.
For a deeper sense of what the city was and how it influenced writers, turn to books about its people and politics, its underbelly and neighborhoods, its architecture and historic events.
Celebrations for Martin Luther King Day take place throughout the city of Chicago, attending one or more of the celebrations is a great way to honor and commemorate Martin Luther King Jr.
Five art events make a fine bouquet of sculpture, paintings, jewelry and art-movement examples to enjoy this spring.
In the Chicago area, these five museum shops stand out because of their size and range of selection. They are accessible without having to pay admission.
Seeing a live performance can be a great way to infuse some culture into your entertainment routine. Chicago offers some great upcoming theater productions in winter, whether you’re looking for a classic tale or something with some holiday spirit.
What is a person to do when there are so many presents to get and so little time left?
Check out this list for five holiday gift ideas where money and items do a lot of good.
This holiday season, consider catching a live ballet performance or seeing a number of Christmas trees by checking out these holiday events in Chicago.
Bundle up and head out the door to explore these winter art exhibits in Chicago. From David Bowie to holiday decorations, Chicago has plenty of exhibits to see.
Think lights, camera opportunities and action amidst nature when looking for something to do Thanksgiving Day before gobbling down turkey or during the weekends before and after Thanksgiving instead of bucking the shopping crowds.
There are numerous classical music performances in Chicago. They are offered throughout the year, but narrowing down the best choices may be the most challenging decision. We’ve done the work for you.
When November 11 rolls around, there are several events throughout the Chicago that honor people who serve in the military.
From such classics as “The King and I” to a revival that refocuses attention from grand spectacle to intimate stories, these upcoming musicals present memorable songs and thought-provoking messages.
When it comes to catching a play, make sure to check out the wealth of theatres in the Chicago area for a performance. Here’s a guide to five performances you should see during the 2014-2015 school year.
Here you will find the best dinner theater in Chicago and the surrounding areas of Chicago.
Chicago has a vast entertainment scene with something for all ages when considering where to go for spooky fun or bone-chilling fright.
From art exhibits to musical performances, there are plenty of ways to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in Chicago. Take a look at this list for ideas on where to celebrate.
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They say that laughter is the best medicine, so skip the doctor’s office and take in a show instead at any of these five top comedy venues here in Chicago.