“I will go to a place and prefer to be overdressed. It’s just nice to have fun with things like that,” says 23-year-old Ari Scott, a cello player who’s finishing her master’s degree in music performance at DePaul. “I love to dress up for recitals. It’s a great excuse to go all out and wear […]
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This week’s featured gig poster was created by Chicago artist and educator Andrea Hill Fitzgerald.
On being young, ambitious, and falling in love with the city, block by block, on a bicycle.
New Belgium’s annual fest benefitted West-Town Bikes.
Fed up with bike theft, Chicago cyclists are doing online investigations, setting up sting operations with police, and confronting the criminals face-to-face.
The worst winter in decades inspired a design firm and frame builder to fashion a bike tough enough for this town.
A collision between a bike commuter and motorist raises questions about whether we’re too lenient toward those who drink and drive.
Summer Guide: A cycling guide to three brewpubs outside the city’s limits—yes, Three Floyds included
A contract awarded for the new bike-sharing program has competitors crying foul.
Can your bike seat cause erectile dysfunction?
Albany Park Bikes hosts a free bike workshop on Sat 2/27 from 1 to 3 PM at Eugene Field Park (5100 N. Ridgeway).
Is biking today much different than it was a hundred years ago? Whether fixies should have brakes turns out to be an age-old issue.
Wheelmen didn’t eat quiche either
Two wheels good? Not so much before cars came along