Chicago History Lover's Guide To The Auditorium BuildingExceptional 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.
A History Lover's Travel Guide To ChicagoThe Chicago Water Tower, Grant Park and Wrigley Field are among the must see attractions in Chicago for history lovers.
Popular Chicago History Twitter Feed Dedicated To Father's MemoryThere are already nearly 12,000 followers of a Twitter feed launched just last September and dedicated to Chicago.
History Of Civil Rights In Chicago A timeline of the civil rights movement in Chicago.
What Chicago Looked Like In 1833In 1833 in Chicago, the mail came once a week from Niles, Mich., to the 350 residents of what was a four-square block hamlet.
Familiarize With Founders: Important Places To The People Who Built ChicagoFrom pioneer settlements to mansions, marks of citizens integral to Chicago's history abound in the area. Explore the following six locations for an historical perspective of what life was like for early Chicagoans.
Innovative Choral Piece Celebrating Chicago To Debut Friday NightThe Grant Park Chorus will be singing Chicago Tribune Headlines this Friday, as the Grant Park Music Festival Gets underway in Millennium Park.
Best Spots for Teaching Kids About Chicago HistoryThere’s a lot more to Chicago history than Mrs. O’Leary’s cow and the last time the Cubbies won the World Series. Here are some of the best spots to teach your kids about the history of the City of Chicago.