This weekend brings some of the nation’s top culinary professionals to Chicago. Here’s how to get in on the action.
Promontory Point, nestled between 54th and 56th streets along the lakefront, received landmark status last month to help preserve its limestone revetments and promenade.
Taylor and Maya Mason opened a standalone taqueria this month in Chicago’s Little Italy neighborhood where tacos are a conduit for community building.
Aleta Clark, aka Englewood Barbie, organizes sleep outs for unhoused people known as ‘the Friends’ under a viaduct in Pilsen.
Crystal Dyer helps kids who “don’t leave their community very often” expand their horizons by seeing their home city and Africa.
Efforts include more janitors, more powerwashing and two dozen station upgrades, part of a bigger effort to boost public confidence in public transit.
Fences around Millennium Park, limited entry points to the popular tourist destination and a curfew for minors will be in place this weekend.
From virtual reality planets to unicorns, it’s high art season in Chicago. Here’s a guide to some of the fresh works that are free to the public.
Ebony Jamison, AKA Brownskinbeautiful, has her 70,000 followers hooked on seeds, soil, and the art and science of backyard plants.
Some loyal Black women customers worry the Indiana-based natural hair care brand may lose its magic after being acquired by multinational Procter & Gamble.