When Anne Ford interviewed Adam Selzer for the Reader in 2014, it was all about his job as a ghost tour leader. You didn’t have to read between the lines […]
And it’s opening in its new digs on the Chicago River this weekend.
Ragtime! Waltzes! World’s Fair architecture!
The city is missing a huge opportunity to turn Rezkoville, 62 acres of barren land along the river in the South Loop, into a park or prairie preserve.
No Small Plans looks to the past to examine the present and imagine a future metropolis.
Edward Brennan’s system of street naming and numbering makes the city’s present and past comprehensible.
The city’s crosstown streets follow their own rules.
Also, the mayor’s accountability task force has released a scathing report on racism in the police force.
Also, snow on the ground in Logan Square for a movie shoot and Rahm’s new inner circle.
How a sleepy town in central Michigan, famous for chemicals, became a destination for midcentury-modern architecture.
The Art Institute show “The Comic Art and Architecture of Chris Ware” reveals how the cartoonist draws on Chicago’s built environment.
What has the Chicago Cultural Plan actually done?
The Museum of Contemporary Art presents “Skyscraper: Art and Architecture Against Gravity”
Stanley Tigerman takes on the influence of Mies van der Rohe in a new collection of architectural essays, Schlepping Through Ambivalence.
A landmark Chicago home designed by a legendary Chicago architect is for sale.