Chicago is one of those wonderful cities where it’s just about impossible to be bored. Here are a few of the tourist attractions that are worth the hype they generate.
The Daley administration took out nearly $30 million in loans to run the park, from the year after it opened, until the former mayor left office.
This weekend’s all about fashion in Chicago as Millennium Park and the Chicago Cultural Center are taking part in fashion week.
These attractions will get you started on a Chicago tour done right.
These eateries, near Chicago’s biggest music venues, are playing your song.
Lots of fans converged on Millennium Park on Wednesday for a chance to get their picture with the Stanley Cup.
Software technicians worked all day Thursday and Friday to try to get everything to run the way Spanish artist Jaume Plensa intended.
With fall just around the corner, take advantage of the last warm days of summer and head out to these family-friendly events in Chicago with your kids.
Summer’s here, and now is the best time to get out and explore what’s available in the Chicago area. From forest preserves to farmers’ markets, check out what there is to do.
First, Millennium Park had The Bean. Now it also has “the screen.”
Blues fans filled the Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park on Thursday for the first night of the 30th Annual Chicago Blues Festival.
A great concert doesn’t have to cost a dime. Treat your ears by attending free music concerts this summer in and around Chicago.
Check out these suggestions to find an affordable fitness option in Chicago that intrigues you.
The city’s Gospel Music Festival will have a new wrinkle when it gets underway in late June.
From a spring concert set among an historic home to a summer-long festival, Chicago is the place to be for music lovers. Check out the following performances the next time you’re in the mood to hear a live concert.
Most of us wish there was a seasonal fast-forward button for the winter temperatures, but like it or not, there are a few things that are fun to experience during the colder days, especially when you know spring is just around the corner. Take advantage of the last days of winter with a few fun winter activities.
There is no shortage of fun, free things to do this holiday season in the Chicago loop! Chicago Loop Alliance’s (CLA) fourth annual Winter WonderLoop will surprise and delight pedestrians in downtown Chicago this winter with “Random Acts of Holidays” from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. on each Saturday from Dec. 1-22, 2012. Specific details on these free, family-friendly experiences around the Loop will be announced each morning…
With the Thanksgiving holiday already past, now is the time to really venture out and celebrate the festive season of lights. As Christmas day draws near, these recommended area attractions will bring much joy and peace to everyone in the family.
Once you’ve pushed yourself to brave the lower temperatures, you’ll find that Chicago does have some fun winter activities to offer.
The city of Chicago sent bluesman Buddy Guy off in style to the Kennedy Center Awards–as Mayor Emanuel and a select group of bluesmen staged a 45-minute concert on the stage of Millennium Park’s Pritzker Pavilion.