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Spending more time at home? Here's how you can have fun without leaving your couch.
Pop-up drive-ins are screening classic films throughout the city (and suburbs) this summer.
We've gathered the latest restrictions during the latest phase of the city's reopening plan.
Find all of the restaurants, bars and activities you can enjoy along the Chicago River.
Go inside a few of Wright's most influential Chicagoland properties
Visitors can gather on the grass once more, but they'll need to keep their distance from other groups.
The elevated path that runs through Humboldt Park, Logan Square and Wicker Park is back in action.
You can walk, run or bike by the lake, but you'll need to keep moving!
Exercise along the Chicago River in the morning, then return in the afternoon to grab a bite.
We've assembled the city's must-see attractions for your touring convenience.
Here's a long list of Chicago experiences adored by visitors and folks who call the city home.
You don't need to break the bank to experience the best of the city.
Experience art, history and science and these well-respected cultural institutions.
Hit the trails at beautiful parks and recreations areas surrounding the city.
Pack a tent and spend the night amidst nature at spots in Illinois, Wisconsin and Michigan.
Kayaking, biking, zip lines and more fun activities to enjoy while it's warm outside.
Social distancing means new restrictions, but there's still plenty of thing to do outdoors.
Explore vibrant murals, the city's best tacos and the businesses of 18th Street.
The traditionally Polish neighborhood is dotted with arts centers, small parks and interesting shops.
Explore the home of some of America's finest authors, poets and jazz musicians
Explore Portage Park's ornate theaters and classic bungalow homes.