Grab the right shears. Find a helper. Keep it simple. Two Chicago stylists share some tips for amateurs taking matters into their own hands.
Kathleen Valente is afraid she’ll catch the virus at the grocery store and pass it on to her husband, who is waiting for a lung transplant.
From virtual dates to getting stuck together on a boat, here’s how Chicagoans are navigating love and dating during the pandemic.
Ari Mejia made a fort out of a sheet and some yarn. “I even imagine like I’m in the woods and I can hear cicadas and rain falling.“
To keep her neighbors connected during COVID-19, Nikki Moustafa came up with an idea — use windows to play a group game of “I Spy.”
Craving more balance in your life? Try slacklining, which involves walking on a line of flat webbing suspended between two anchors.
Local astronomers say stargazing can remind you “that there is a universe out there that we’re all connected to.”
Curious Citizens offer up some suggestions for making your daily walk beneficial to your health and the environment.
Curious Citizens say gardening is “good for the soul” when you’re stuck inside most of the day. Here are tips for honing your green thumb.
We answer your urgent eating-related questions, like, How safe is it to shop at the grocery store? Can the virus be transmitted through food?