A Guide To The 59th Annual Chicago Air And Water ShowThe Chicago Air and Water Show, presented by Shell and the City of Chicago, kicks off Saturday, Aug. 19 and continues Sunday, Aug. 20 along the lakefront.
A Guide To Lollapalooza 2017Chicago's largest music festival returns this weekend to Grant Park for four days filled with a variety of artists and bands.
Citizens Utility Board Release Guide To Help Pay-TV Customers Save MoneyThe Citizens Utility Board (CUB) released Tuesday its first-ever guide to help TV viewers cut costs.
Entertainment Guide To Nashville, TennesseeNashville offers no shortage of entertainment options for those who know where to look. J.T. Ellison, author of "No One Knows," shares her go-to spots in The Music City.
How To Spend A Day In BrazilLooking for ways to spend a day in beautiful Brazil? Lucinda Riley, author of "The Seven Sisters," shares her top recommendations.
Guide To The Taste Of Chicago 2015The Taste of Chicago is the largest outdoor food festival in Chicago. Showcasing the diversity of Chicago’s dining community, the Taste is also home to some of the Summer’s best music festivals...
VIDEO: A Time Lapsed Tour Of The Entire 606 TrailAfter a decade in the making, the 606 Trail finally opened this past weekend. I decided to ride the entire trail during the opening weekend and mount a camera on my bike to document the experience.
Guide To Taylor Swift At Soldier FieldThe biggest concert of the summer is almost here! Taylor Swift’s Red Tour is coming to Chicago’s Soldier Field on August 10th along with Ed Sheeran, Casey James and Austin Mahone.
Guide To Lollapalooza 2013Lollapalooza isn’t just something you can ignore (even if you wanted to). With an eclectic mix of bands, big and small, Lollapalooza brings us back year after year. The Cure, Mumford and Sons, Wavves, Matt and Kim and a bunch of bands we’re not cool enough to have ever heard of all make Lollapalooza worthwhile.
Guide To Wicker Park FestWith something for everyone, Wicker Park Fest is packed full of music, food and family activities. It's a great way to explore the neighborhood and the variety of shops, restaurants and fashion unique to the area. Your $5 donation benefits Burr Elementary School and the Wicker Park/Bucktown Chamber Of Commerce. Check it out this weekend, July 27-28th.
Guide To Taste Of River NorthThe Taste Of River North kicks off July 19-21st in Ward Park. The festival features music, fun for kids and some of the best food in the city.
See What's New At The Adler PlanetariumDid you know that America’s first planetarium is right here in our own backyard? Max Adler, a Chicago business leader, founded the planetarium in 1930. And since then, the center has been a recognized leader in science education...
See What’s New At The SheddAs one of Chicago's top cultural attractions, the Shedd sees daily visitors from Chicago and all over the world. Whether you were there 5 years ago or 5 months ago, there's always something new to see and explore.
2012 Guide To The Museum Of Science And IndustryThis might be my most favorite museum in Chicago. It doesn’t have the stiffness of the Field Museum and everything is hands-on. The museum has done a lot of improvements in the past couple of years to take it beyond the ‘80s style exhibits into more, flashy 21st century displays. If you haven’t been in awhile, it might be time to make a visit back to the largest science center in the Western Hemisphere to enjoy what they have to offer.
Cocktail Of The Month: Ceres’ Table’s EggnogThe seriously good Italian-influenced menu at Ceres’ Table is worth a trip to Ravenswood (for the pumpkin ravioli alone!), and the cocktail menu is stacked with well-made drinks. One of their winter drinks, Ceres’ Holiday Eggnog, is a treat even after the holidays are over...