Photographer Rick Majewski covered the 40th annual Muertos de la Risa on Saturday, November 2, 2019, in Pilsen. The longest-running Dia de los Muertos celebration in the city honors the lives of those passed with a procession, offerings, performances, and face painting. v Día de los Muertos 2019
Here’s a look at how students at the Chicago School of Shoemaking craft custom footwear.
Yolocone’s colorful mural at El Santo Taqueria is one of many around Chicago by the talented street artist.
“Climbing got me through a lot of hard times and taught me lot about life.”
Who wouldn’t want to travel with these pups?
Here’s a roundup of the cutest furry, feathered, and finned mothers and their babies in the area.
Here are some photos from our visit to Stern Pinball, the largest pinball machine maker in the world.
This interactive guide can direct you to one of the more than 500 pinball machines in Chicago
Saturday is the perfect time to scour the shelves of Chicago’s bevy of local book nooks.
Volunteer in Austin, Humboldt Park, Garfield Park or along the lakefront this weekend.
Jell-O, a plunger, and other random stuff from our basement were all used to make the cover art.