The Chicago Fringe Festival runs September 1-11 in Pilsen, and will consist of 50 different hour-long productions by not only local companies, but also across the United States.
Articles By: Jessie Stegner
Before there was Target or Wal-Mart, even before clearance items or sales racks, there was Maxwell Street Market. A bargainer’s haven, the little thoroughfare on the near west side is open every Sunday.
Amongst the skyscrapers, business suits and CTA buses, there’s a new lady gracing our presence downtown this summer. A 26 foot tall one, in fact, in the form of Marilyn Monroe.
Frozen Yogurt is a hot item these days, and more than a few businesses want to cash in on that heap of probiotic goodness we’re all craving. So, here it is: a road map for the frozen yogurt of Chicago.
Millions of people journey to Chicago every year, but many have not done the proper leg work necessary to ensure a pleasant trip. Here are some pointers to make sure you don’t end up like so many Windy City wanderers before you.
Chicago is the breeding ground for funny. Comedians You Should Know is a group of six Chicago based comedians “intent on changing the face of stand-up comedy.”
If you look hard enough, you’ll find over a century of musical expression based on Chicago. Consider this list of some favorites your food of love and play on.
Happy Happy, Joy, Joy: Innjoy Makes You Feel Good Inside!
This summer, instead of holding a BBQ rib in one hand and a margarita in the other, why not burn off some of those stored up winter calories and go for a jog? Running is a great way to enjoy our coveted heated months as well as lead a healthier lifestyle.