A Virtual Food Festival?

The organizers for Black People Eats are hosting a virtual food festival that will highlight black-owned restaurants throughout the city. The month of October is being called “Blaktober” to celebrate Chicago’s diversity in the food industry.  Black People Eats is a company that is dedicated to bring you “the best black-owned food and beverage companies… Read more »

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Chicago Breweries: Wicker Park

You can never go wrong visiting a brewery. Especially now with the temperatures getting cooler, it is a great place to spend time inside with friends and family while enjoying the taste of various beer selections. Here is a list of breweries in Wicker Park that any beer lover would enjoy.  Goose Island Brewhouse  This… Read more »

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4 Reasons to Stop at Yolk

Scrambled, sunny side up, over easy, or poached– Yolk knows their eggs. If you’re looking for a fun breakfast experience, Yolk is the place to be. With multiple locations in Chicago, including Lakeview, Lincoln Park, and Wicker Park, you can try their beloved breakfast and lunch specialities wherever you are. Yolk offers dozens of dishes… Read more »

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Open House Chicago

The Chicago Architecture Center welcomes you to their 10th annual Open House Chicago, celebrating iconic locations and architectural wonders in the Chicagoland area. Open House is dedicated to providing you a refreshing outlook of what Chicago has to offer. Join us from October 16th to the 25th to explore our beloved city and all it’s… Read more »

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Downtown Bars to Check Out on Your Next Visit

Downtown Chicago is ready for your next night out! As restaurants and bars reopen with new health regulations, you can come enjoy a couple (or more) drinks at these bars who are making your fun and safety their priority. Get back to making memorable nights in the city that you love. Enjoy the fresh autumn… Read more »

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5 Restaurants for a Romantic Date Night

This year has been a rollercoaster. Do you ever find yourself looking for an escape? We’ve found some elegant restaurants for you and your partner to enjoy a romantic evening. Located in downtown Chicago, your escape is right here in your own city. Take that break and let the romance begin! Perfect for a memorable… Read more »

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“Presidential Perspectives” with NPR’s Ari Shapiro

The Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center is offering a variety of virtual programs that include Facebook livestreams with holocaust survivors, a public tour honoring the life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and a “not-to-be-missed” event examining the presidential perspectives of three famously-known presidents of the United States.  As part of the Donald and Sue Pritzker… Read more »

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Horror at the Drive-in

With Halloween approaching and all the festivities that come with it there’s no better way to get into the spooky spirit than going to the theater and watching a horror movie. With many restrictions and only a limited number of theaters being re-opened in the city, The Music Box improvised for their “24-hour horror movie… Read more »

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Head in the Clouds at Skydeck Chicago

Visiting Chicago can be overwhelming with the amount of activities and places to see within the city, but one place in particular will make you feel like you’re on top of the world…literally. The Skydeck on the 103rd floor of the Willis Tower is a must-visit for any first time visitors or natives.  The Skydeck… Read more »

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October Museum Exhibits

There’s nothing like visiting a museum, each exhibit is able to tell its own story. Luckily, Chicago museums have different exhibits across the city all the time. This October is no exception. The American Writers, Driehaus, Field, and History Museums are all offering exhibits that groups of all ages can enjoy.  American Writers Museum  The… Read more »

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