With short sets from small groups in unexpected spots, the Hyde Park Jazz Festival creates a communal experience that’s pandemic safe.
Travel tips for Chicago from 1893 (yes, you should tip your servers).
Revisiting a murder in the White City.
A renovation scheduled to be completed in 2021 reflects new-found efforts to engage Native communities.
See Frederick Law Olmsted’s stunning grounds before the Obama Center further encroaches.
New York had Broadway. LA had Hollywood. Chicago had magic.
In its 60th season, the Joffrey Ballet performs its late founder’s beloved adaptation of the holiday classic one last time.
The Art Institute show “The Comic Art and Architecture of Chris Ware” reveals how the cartoonist draws on Chicago’s built environment.
The World’s Columbian Exposition of 1893, the first appearance of the hoochie coochie
Each week, we ask you to show us something. This week it’s a digital Chicago postcard museum
The Daniel Burnham behind the Plan of Chicago was a doer, a pragmatist, a builder of consensus. The folks behind the architectural component of his centennial tribute must’ve been thinking of someone else.