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If you blink during the month of July in Chicago, you’re bound to miss something amazing
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If you blink during the month of July in Chicago, you’re bound to miss something amazing. Summer in Chicago is cruising full steam ahead this month, kicking...
1. The Millennium Park Film Series is screening Julie and Julia tonight on the park’s 40-foot-wide screen. It’s free and begins at 6:30pm.
Chicago is swimming with summer music festivals, but there's only one that takes place on a beach. The aptly-named Mamby on the Beach hit the sand at Oakwood...
Another year, another Chicago Pride Parade—one of the very best things about summer in Chicago. An estimated one million people descended upon Boystown for...
It's hard to believe that Divvy has been gracing our city streets with those iconic sky-blue bikes for four years now. To celebrate its birthday, the...
Sandra Delgado’s La Havana Madrid, a fondly rendered tribute to a Lakeview Latinx nightclub and the new immigrants to which it catered in the 1960s and ’70s,...
Chicago's deep-dish pizza is legendary, but this city offers up so much more
The next time you need a page-turner, browse one of the city's best bookstores
Chicago is the perfect launching spot for a host of one-day escapes
Make sightseeing a lot easier by consulting Time Out's definitive guide to Chicago's best sights
Chicagoans take hot dogs very seriously, and for good reason
We're pretty great, aren't we?
Confusing intersections, the Flat Iron Building, bars as far as the eye can see
Chicago is famous for being friendly to tourists
Lakeview is a neighborhood best known for baseball games, raucous bars and parking restrictions
Once a railroad depot, Irving Park is still easy to reach by train (if you're taking the Blue Line) and boasts an array of dive bars and coffee shops that are worth searching out
Antique shops and neighborhood pubs make this part of North Center extra special
Located on the shores of Lake Michiagn, this North Side neighborhood is brimming with things to do
Just north of Logan Square, you'll find beautiful old buildings and delicious Polish cuisine
The neighborhoods surrounding the Chicago airport of the same name are more than just flyover territory