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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.
Pillows at the Harold Washington Library Center cushion the display of two books donated by Queen Victoria, who sparked British contributions to Chicago’s first free public library.
Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be just about couples. Check out some of the kid-friendly activities in Chicago that won’t make your little one feel left out of the festivities.
Step away from the large stage productions and check out the following five solo performances in Chicago.
In Chicago, murals provide a splash of color along public walkways or share a bit of history. The following five murals are definitely worth a look.
From learning about haikus to open mic night, the Chicagoland area offers numerous opportunities for you to learn and experience poetry. Keep the following events in mind when planning how to celebrate National Poetry Month.
Whether you’re looking for a free concert during your lunch break or want to unwind with friends at a jazz club, the following female musicians based in Chicago offer a great way to experience music.
School may be out, but some students have managed to keep learning this week by taking advantage of educational resources available.
Check out some featured speakers and lectures that will be coming to Chicago this Fall.
Library officials have selected “Gold Boy, Emerald Girl,” a collection of short stories by Chinese author Yiyun Li for this spring’s “One Book, One Chicago” citywide book club.
An experiment at the Harold Washington Library Center could change the way your neighborhood library looks in the future.