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Articles By: Erin Nederbo
As Velicity Metropolis, the boisterous blonde drag queen and host of Hamburger Mary’s weekly Bingo, will be sure to tell you, this really isn’t your grandma’s church basement Bingo.
Shopping here is time consuming, but well worth it. And like all good thrift store shopping, it requires patience and the ability to leave your sense of smell at the door.
What makes the Chicago Public Library so special? A whole flipping lot!
Wells on Wells is a fairly low-key bar, with two flat screens, plenty of tables and a proudly displayed Iowa Hawkeyes flag.
Chic-A-Go-Go is a children’s television dance show that’s a hybrid between American Bandstand and Soul Train. This year, Chic-A-Go-Go celebrates its 15th anniversary.
The City Gallery, located inside of Chicago’s historic Water Tower, is definitely worth checking out if you’re shopping along Michigan Avenue. Especially, if you’re in need of a break from the hustle and bustle of the crowded Gold Coast streets.
I like to gamble. There, I said it. So, why not grab grandpa or grandma and enjoy an entire day mesmerized by the slot machine’s neon lights? Who knows, you may leave not only hearting to win, but, actually winning.
Old Orchard may be outside the city, but with FREE parking lots and all the mall’s restaurants and stores located within a very leisurely and walkable distance, it’s worth a trip.
Open since 1975, The Coffee and Tea Exchange is a coffee and tea drinker’s paradise.
Uncle Fun is not your typical Toys R’ Us. It’s a gag gift utopia filled with nostalgic trinkets that kids, and the kid in all of us, can enjoy.
Four days a week the Vic transforms itself from a concert venue into Brew and View, a cozy movie theater with a full bar and menu. $5 for a double feature — um, yes please!
Don’t let the exterior of this little Wicker Park bar discourage you. Inside you’ll find a collection of friendly faces, cheap beer, and good music.
Chinatown is a neighborhood worth exploring — spend a day under the Wentworth Arch and enjoy the offerings of Chinatown Square.