Take a swig of history with the Columbia Bock.
Travel tips for Chicago from 1893 (yes, you should tip your servers).
A civic center in River North, a concrete ribbon that split Hyde Park north from Woodlawn, and a third World’s Fair on the lakefront
New York had Broadway. LA had Hollywood. Chicago had magic.
Chicago, turnip butcher to the world? A new book argues for our prominence in the history of not eating meat.
The University of Chicago may not be the only force that shaped Hyde Park and Kenwood, but it’s the biggest.
Free shows at both Reggie’s venues put on by Columbia College’s Arts, Entertainment & Media Management Program
Back to the past’s vision of the future: a new book remembers the “Century of Progress” world’s fair.