The exhibits weren’t fully installed when I dropped in to preview the new home of the Chicago Architecture Center (formerly the Chicago Architecture Foundation) last week, but on a return visit this week everything was up and running. The center, now in a two-story space in a riverfront Mies van der Rohe building at 111 […]
And it’s opening in its new digs on the Chicago River this weekend.
Stops on the Underground Railroad, an urban cheese factory, and an eye-popping Hindu temple are among Crystal Dyer’s road-trip recommendations.
A new exhibit at the Chicago Architecture Foundation has lofty ambitions but could use some gravity.
The Annoyance Theatre’s 30th anniversary party, Robot Riot at Emporium Arcade Bar, and more happenings from October 13-15
Also, a judge has sealed Jason Van Dyke’s statements to IPRA about Laquan McDonald shooting.
Also, Rauner is visiting China and Japan on his first international trade mission this week.
No Small Plans looks to the past to examine the present and imagine a future metropolis.
Also, the passenger dragged from a United Airlines plane at O’Hare reportedly suffered a concussion, lost two front teeth, and had his nose broken.
“The Kurt Russell Art Show,” the Divine Feminine, and more happenings from March 17-19.
ArcLight Cinemas is partnering with the Chicago Architecture Foundation on a monthly curated film series that will run from January to April 2017.
Grateful Dead Brunch, Open house Chicago, and other happenings from October 14-16.
The city’s annual tour of overlooked landmarks and curious interiors kicks off this weekend.
Also, Chance the Rapper takes Magnificent Coloring Day festival tickets back from scalpers and sells them to real fans.
Or at least they do for one weekend.