Events

Uplifting music and the pattering of rain on white tent tops filled the air outside of the Granville CTA Red Line stop this weekend. Art ranging from paintings and photographs to jewelry and sculpture flooded …

Events

Looking down Clark Street Sept. 22, it didn’t look much different than any other day — cars zoomed by, rain drizzled down and people huddled under umbrellas to stay dry. But every so often, a …

Events

Rogers Park is home to many different cultures — and where there’s cultural diversity, there’s a medley of different kinds of food. From Mexican cuisine, to Italian pizzerias, to sweet treats, there’s something for everyone …

Art

A retaining wall between the grass and the beach of Loyola Park is more than just 600 feet of concrete. Twenty seven years ago local artists took it over, founding The Artists of the Wall …

Events

Smoky aromas filled Halsted Street as white tents overflowed with hundreds of pounds of meats, vegetables and potatoes served on giant silver platters. Greektown’s biggest festival, Taste of Greektown, is made for Chicago Greeks, local …

Events

Once a month, Chicago’s dedicated thrifters gather for a more curated shopping experience at the Randolph Street Market (1341 W. Randolph St.). Hosting repurposed, resale and handmade goods along with food and entertainment, the market …

Exhibits

It’s been 50 years since Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, The Grateful Dead and many more artists performed at Woodstock on an August weekend in 1969, but the undying messages of good old-fashioned love and peace …

Events

As the school year comes to a close and summer in Chicago blooms, those staying in the Windy City can check out a variety of street festivals from the Loop to the North Side. With …