The 28 best tacos in Chicago
Tacos are a universally loved food, so we’ve searched high and low for the best ones in town. Swaddled in warm, handmade tortillas and packed with a variety of proteins and toppings, these amazing handheld bites are found in both tiny taquerias and fancy Mexican restaurants. The following list covers all of your taco cravings, including carne asada, al pastor, crispy fish, birria and even vegetarian-friendly options. Some of these spots are also among the city’s finest restaurants. It doesn’t matter if you’re in Wicker Park or Pilsen, you’re never too far from the best tacos in Chicago. RECOMMENDED: The best cheap eats in Chicago
22 romantic things to do in Chicago
Believe it or not, Chicago is brimming with romance, even in the coldest months. Aside from keeping each other warm, there are tons of romantic things to do in Chicago. When we're looking to elevate date night, we take dips in thermal baths, explore the city's many lush green spaces, attend laugh-out-loud shows and dine at the most romantic restaurants. Some of the best things to do in Chicago can also be a perfect bonding experience. So whether you're going on a first date or just looking to liven up a Saturday, these romantic things to do in Chicago should do the trick. RECOMMENDED: The best romantic hotels in Chicago
The best Chicago staycation ideas
Whether you have extra vacation days to burn or need some time away from your cramped studio apartment, a Chicago staycation is the solution. Without spending a fortune on flights, you'll be able to disconnect while enjoying the best things to do in Chicago, as well as the city's top restaurants and iconic attractions. We checked out Chicago's very best hotels and found something for every itch—spas, cocktail bars, free amenities and seriously amazing views. What are you waiting for? Pack a bag and check in at these staycation-worthy spots. RECOMMENDED: Full guide to the best weekend getaways from ChicagoRECOMMENDED: The best Airbnbs in Chicago
The best day trips from Chicago
Making big travel plans can be difficult (and not to mention expensive). Luckily, you don’t need a plane ticket or even a hotel reservation to indulge in a fun change of scenery—a simple day trip from Chicago is cheap and easy. Whether you’re looking to spend the day basking in the sun at beaches along Lake Michigan, hiking near Chicago through a state park or tasting your way through the best beer and cheese Wisconsin has to offer, these quick jaunts from Chicago are just a few hours away by car or train. Make plans to explore everything the Midwest has to offer on the best day trips from Chicago. RECOMMENDED: The best weekend getaways from ChicagoRECOMMENDED: The best Airbnb cabin rentals near ChicagoRECOMMENDED: The best lakeside Airbnbs near Chicago
The 17 best Indian restaurants in Chicago
When the craving for Indian cuisine hits, there are countless spots to order soulful curries, flaky paratha and a bevy of vegetarian-friendly dishes. Devon Avenue has long been one of the best stretches in the city for South Asian cooking—home to restaurants that have existed for ages—but great options can be found elsewhere as well. Modern newcomers, like Indienne and Wazwan, are putting fresh spins on classic recipes while old favorites continue to churn out delicious and dependable dishes. And there’s something for every budget, from fine dining tasting menus to terrific cheap eats at Ghareeb Nawaz. The food also holds up well during transport, making the following places excellent for delivery or carryout. So check out our guide to the best Indian restaurants in Chicago for your fill of veggie-stuffed momos, enormous dosas and more. RECOMMENDED: Discover more of the best Chicago restaurants
The 27 best Chicago movies
Chicago is referred to as the Second City, but it’s often come a distant third to New York and Los Angeles as a movie town. But while the sheer output of film productions might pale in comparison to those other American metropolises, the city has a high cinematic batting average. From the silent movie days of Essanay Studios to numerous gangster flicks to John Hughes's many love letters to his hometown, Chicago has served as a muse for many cinematic classics. So grab a hot dog and a Cubbies jersey – here are 27 of the best Chicago movies ever made. Recommended: 🗽 The 101 best New York movies of all-time🌴 The best Los Angeles movies of all-time💂 The 32 best London movies
The 23 best restaurants in Chinatown
Chicago’s Chinatown is a neighborhood filled with seemingly endless pleasures. Located just off the Cermak-Chinatown Red Line station, it boasts block after block of restaurants and businesses. Numerous trips are needed just to scratch the surface of everything the area offers, which is why we’re here to help guide you to the best spots to grab a bite. You’ll discover cavernous dining rooms where dim sum can be enjoyed all day long, as well as dumpling specialists that provide little pillows of delight. Most of these places are perfect for delivery or takeout, and there are even some amazing bakeries. The bustling neighborhood is fully walkable, too, meaning you can hit up multiple spots in a visit. So spend an afternoon exploring the many sights and then refuel at one of Chinatown’s best restaurants. RECOMMENDED: Discover more things to do in Chicago's Chinatown
How to pitch stories to Time Out Chicago
Thanks for your interest in writing for Time Out Chicago! We’re always looking for smart, thoughtful pitches from Chicago-based writers—but before you send in your ideas, please 1.) Take a look at these guidelines and 2.) Read through our archives to get a sense for Time Out’s areas of coverage. Have additional questions? Feel free to reach out to Emma Krupp at email@example.com. What we’re looking for Trend stories (especially food and drink trends): Noticing a certain cocktail popping up over and over again on local drink lists? How about a food craze that’s all over Instagram? We want to hear about it! New list features: Time Out curates best-of lists (example here and here) and how-to guides (example here and here) on a number of topics. If you have an idea for a list we haven’t covered yet, send it in! City identity listicles: Funny, niche and pride-filled breakdowns of things only Chicagoans would understand—from 16 things Chicagoans do that are absolutely disgusting to 20 Chicago slang words you should know. Glimpses into Chicago-specific internet culture: Like Goth Target. Reported features Deep dives/cultural histories What we’re not looking for Repeat stories: Look up your story idea using our search bar to see if we’ve published something similar. Reviews: Sorry, but all of our reviews are conducted by staff writers at the moment. Time-sensitive news posts Interviews How to pitch Send your pitches to Time Out Chicago editor Emma Krupp (emma.krup
Chicago’s best thrift stores for secondhand, vintage and resale shopping
Thrift stores are more than just treasure troves for great deals on secondhand clothes or vintage furniture finds—shopping secondhand also keeps clothes, home goods and other items out of the landfill a little while longer. Whether you're donating your own gently-used goods at the tail end of a spring cleaning session or browsing through the inventory at some of Chicago's best thrift and secondhand stores for that perfect hidden gem, be prepared to score some serious deals on items you simply can't find at most other women's clothing stores, furniture stores or even gift shops. RECOMMENDED: Best clothing stores in Chicago
The 27 best Mexican restaurants in Chicago
Some of the best restaurants in Chicago serve Mexican fare, ranging from amazing tacos folded in handmade tortillas to plates of grilled meat and seafood flavored with rich mole. You’ll find bare-bones counter service storefronts in the Mexican-American enclaves of Pilsen and Little Village and upscale restaurants run by chefs with Michelin Stars in River North. These restaurants are as varied as Mexican fare itself, presenting both fusion cuisine and traditional dishes from multiple regions often paired with drink menus that provide a tour of agave spirits served straight or blended into margaritas and palomas. Whatever you’re craving, the best Mexican restaurants in Chicago are sure to leave you full and satisfied. RECOMMENDED: More of the best restaurants in Chicago
23 guilty pleasures that every Chicagoan embraces
It's no secret that Chicago is a pretty proud city (and hey, for good reason!). But even as we boast about our world-class dining scene, incredible museums and other noteworthy attractions, most Chicagoans are humble enough to acknowledge that—every once in a while—we also love to indulge in a guilty pleasure or two. Whether we're taking shots at Chicago deep dish pizza or staring mindlessly at every movie/TV show that's ever been set in our city, we can't help but get sucked into these guilty pleasures: Here are some of the biggest culprits. RECOMMENDED: The biggest lies Chicagoans tell themselves and others 1. Watching your neighbors duke it out via dibs. There’s gotta be a German word for that. 2. Bingeing all the terrible Netflix shows with scenes in Chicago. Emily in Paris? More like Emily in River North (For About Three Minutes). 3. Waiting in the obscenely long drive-thru line for Portillo's. Sometimes you've just gotta have those cheese fries. 4. Talking shit about Naperville. Lifetime residents and ex-suburbanites alike can agree on this one. 5. Dunking on deep dish. “It's just, like, a cheese casserole!” 6. Showing off Chicago attractions to visiting relatives. It's not like we'd ever go to Navy Pier for fun, but if Aunt Cathy from Iowa really wants to see it... bring on the Rainbow Cones and overpriced cocktails, baby. 7. Taking e-scooter joyrides. Yes, it's annoying when other people do this. No, that won't stop us from hopping on a Lime every once in a while when
15 easy ways to practice self-care in Chicago this year
The "new year, new you" trope feels unwelcome in 2021. After all, who has time to worry about reinventing themselves when there's still so much uncertainty looming? Instead, we're challenging you to treat yourself with kindness and compassion this year. In a city like ours, there are plenty of ways to max out this resolution—from finding a quiet place to meditate and checking out books from the library to hitting the hiking trails near Chicago. Or perhaps you want to lean into self-care with a spa treatment or a staycation at one of the best hotels in Chicago. There isn't a one-size-fits-all approach to loving yourself, but to help you get started, we've compiled a menu of things to do in Chicago that center around wellness. Here's to the same old amazing you getting through 2021! RECOMMENDED: Discover more ways to get your wellness fix in Chicago
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Father's Day at Lincoln Common
Calling all dads, dads-to-be, or anyone who wants to play a free round of mini-golf from 11am-2pm on the Lincoln Common Plaza at Lincoln/Fullerton/Halsted. Plus-fours absolutely not necessary, but encouraged.
Chicago Loop Alliance's pop-up party series returns to alleys and other unexpected downtown locations this summer, giving you a good reason to hang out downtown after work. The final event of the season comes to Couch Place alley (170 E State St) for an evening inspired by improv and comedy. Local collective Hot Kitchen currates the lineup, which will feature performances, art installations, live music and a few surprises. Guests can RSVP to receive one free drink ticket when they arrive.
Tour de Fat
New Belgium Brewery brings its annual celebration of bikes and beer to Humboldt Park this year, setting up a stage by the park's iconic boathouse. L.A. alt-rock duo Best Coast headline the event, which features live entertainment, a bike pit filled with DIY creations and lots of New Belgium's signature beers available for purchase. While you're there, catch live entertainment from the likes of vaudeville performers Daredevil Chicken and circus act Handsome Little Devils. The day will kick off with Tour de Fat's bike parade, which allows cyclists to take a slow ride through the surrounding neighborhood.
Chicago Museum Week 2018
The city’s top institutions have teamed up to present Museum Week, a nine-day celebration of culture, art and learning. Chicagoans and out-of-towners alike are encouraged to take advantage of special exhibits, discounts and so much more. Illinois residents receive up to 25 percent off admission at all museums, making it easy to check out the city's very best attractions. From culture to constellations, art to animals, this is your chance to experience Chicago’s most beloved institutions in a whole new way.
Apply to be the next editor of Time Out Chicago!
Do you love Chicago? (If you’re reading this, we have to assume the answer is yes.) Great—but do you really love Chicago? Are you constantly on the hunt for new restaurants and bars to try? Do you keep a calendar of upcoming events you’re itching to check out? And do you have a vision for how to get folks excited about going out to experience the latest and greatest Chicago has to offer? If you’re nodding your head right now, we just might have a job for you. Time Out Chicago is looking for an experienced Chicago-based editor and writer to spearhead our editorial coverage across multiple platforms—including digital, social and video—with an eye toward expanding our audience with engaging new content. The ideal candidate is passionate about all things Chicago (especially those related to events, culture, food and drink) and has a demonstrated track record of telling stories that engage and inspire readers. As editor of Time Out Chicago, you’ll work with another editor and a freelance budget to develop a calendar of editorial content, and serve as an ambassador for both Time Out Market and Time Out values. The editor will also work closely with the Time Out Market team to tell stories about the food and cultural offerings at the Market, and to advise on its ongoing curation. Interested? To learn more about the position and apply, qualified candidates can head to LinkedIn or the Time Out careers page. If you seem like a potential fit, we’ll be in touch!
Win a VIP experience at Time Out Market Chicago
Time Out Market Chicago is reopening soon in Fulton Market, and we can't wait to dine with you again. (Seriously, it's so close we can practically taste it!) To help celebrate and welcome you back in style, we want to treat you. How does a food- and drink-fueled VIP experience sound? Our fully loaded prize pack includes a $300 Time Out Market Card, a private table for you and your friends and tons of Market swag. You can spend the day slurping ramen, munching on pizza, twirling pasta and tucking into barbecue. And don't forget a scoop or two of ice cream for dessert! Are you already thinking about who you'd invite? That's what we like to hear. Simply fill out the form below for a chance to win between now and June 29. Good luck—and see you soon at Time Out Market Chicago! This competition has closed. Please see terms and conditions here.
10 things we can actually look forward to in Chicago in 2021
After a year as tough as the one we just lived through, the arrival of 2021 offers some glimmers of hope. And while we're not out of the woods yet when it comes to the pandemic that's still wreaking havoc across the globe, there are some genuinely exciting things for (masked and socially-distanced) Chicagoans to look forward to in the coming months. Here's a look at some of the biggest arrivals, openings and other happenings that are scheduled to take place in Chicago this year—mark your calendars and let's hope for the best! 1. The high-tech ‘Immersive Van Gogh’ exhibition arrives Assuming that museums are able to reopen their doors in the coming months, the biggest exhibit of the year (that we know of!) will be wowing guests this February. "Immersive Van Gogh" comes from the Italian creative team that worked on the "Atelier des Lumières" exhibitions in Paris, using projectors to cover the walls of a gallery with animated versions of the Dutch painter's most famous works. The Chicago version of the exhibit is taking over the 35-foot walls inside the Germania Club Building in Old Town—and it's only the first in a line of high-tech shows that will be hosted in the space. 2. Southwest begins flying out of O’Hare Midway has long been the only Chicago airport where you can catch a flight on Southwest Airlines, but that's all about to change. On February 14, the low-cost airline will begin offering nonstop flights from O'Hare International Airport for the first time, with routes
This New Year’s Eve, we’re raising a glass to Chicago’s resilience
Before we say goodbye and good riddance to 2020, we'd like to propose a toast. This year was devastating for so many Chicagoans, but over the past 12 months, our hearts have swelled with pride as we've watched our city rally against the odds. It's been far from easy—and we still have a ways to go—but there's a flicker of light at the end of the tunnel. We'd be remiss if we didn't salute the folks who have made Chicago a better place along the way. RECOMMENDED: Time Out's Love Local campaign champions small businesses Throughout the year, we've witnessed locals come together to share food and everyday necessities, raise money for Black-owned restaurants and support out-of-work musicians. Even in the depths of the state's stay-at-home order, Chicagoans ordered takeout and delivery and shopped local every chance they got. They stood up for each other by flooding city streets in protest of the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and countless other Black people who were killed at the hands of police. And then there are the businesses themselves—the lifeblood of Chicago—that have kept us nourished, entertained and inspired despite the challenges stacked against them. They handed out free meals, put on virtual events and flipped their business models upside-down. "Thank you" doesn't even begin to cut it. As we contemplate the new year in Chicago and ring in 2021 from home, we feel hopeful about the eventual return of the things we love: art, food, culture and travel. We'll conti
Psst! You can now reserve a table at Time Out Market Chicago.
There's a lot of things to worry about these days, but finding a table at Time Out Market Chicago shouldn't be one of them. That's why—for the first time ever—we're rolling out reservations for indoor and outdoor dining. Yes, that includes the massive sidewalk patio out front. And because we've reconfigured every dining space with the latest social distancing guidelines in mind, you never have to worry about brushing shoulders with nearby parties. To make a reservation, simply tell us your name, digits and email address and decide when you'd like to dine. Time Out Market Chicago is open Wednesday and Thursday from 4 to 9pm, Friday from 4 to 10pm, Saturday from 9am to 10pm and Sunday from 9am to 9pm. We'll even let you select where you'd like to sit—from the first-floor patio to the main dining room to the wraparound second floor. (Our favorite seats in the house are upstairs, where you can get a bird's-eye view of the action.) We collect a $15 deposit per person, which is returned to you upon arrival in the form of a TOM card, the equivalent of Monopoly bucks at Time Out Market—you can use the card to shop any of our vendors or bars. Parties are capped at six people per table in accordance with city guidelines. Once you've made your reservation, start browsing what's for dinner: Time Out Market has eight kitchens, including Arami, Dos Urban Cantina, Duck Inn Dogs and Mini Mott. A bar on the first floor serves cocktails, beer and wine, and the third-floor rooftop deals in view
When will Chicago hair salons reopen and what will it be like to get a haircut?
Put down the scissors and step away from the at-home dye kit. Chicago salons could reopen in Phase 3 of Mayor Lori Lightfoot's five-step plan to ease out of the statewide "stay-at-home" order. Starting no sooner than the end of May and dependent on how effectively the city can curve the spread, Phase 3 will "cautiously reopen" the city, allowing some appointment-only services to resume. It's worth noting that Chicago is currently in Phase 2 of the plan, dubbed "stay-at-home." Still, with the tentative date looming just weeks away, salon and barbershop owners across the city are preparing for the possibility that they could reopen sooner rather than later. At Bronzeville Barber Salon, owner Andre Love says that he's in a good place to reopen when the city gives him the go-ahead: He already has a reservation system in place to control the number of people in his shop and his professional training has equipped him with advanced knowledge of cleanliness and sanitation. He already wears personal protective equipment when working on clients. The one thing he's still trying to wrap his head around is how he'll maintain social-distancing guidelines in his small, eight-seat shop. "If I was to downsize, I might have to give up three stations to follow social distancing. That's the biggest thing," Love says. At Logan Square's Logan Parlor, owner Jamie DiGrazia has come to terms with concessions her business will have to make to safely reopen. Several chairs have already been removed to
16 things Chicagoans will try not to complain about once the shutdown is over
No matter how much you love the city you call home, it's always easy to find something to complain about. Whether it's unreliable public transit, a long wait for a table at your favorite restaurant or the putrid scent wafting out of the alley behind your apartment, Chicagoans love to grumble about the downsides of life in our Midwestern metropolis. But after being locked down in our apartments during the Illinois "stay-at-home" order, we've all gained some perspective on the things we used to whine about constantly. In fact, there are a few things we'll do our best to never again complain about (audibly, at the very least) once this is all over. 1. Waiting in line for a porta-potty at a street festivalWe’ll be happy for the chance to pee in something that isn’t our home toilet. 2. Having to wait an extra 10 minutes for the busThe bus tracker is back to its usual antics, but at least we get to enjoy some fresh air. 3. Pulling up a stool next to a couple on an awkward first dateMiraculously, months spent in isolation have us craving plodding conversations between strangers about jobs, college and vacations. 4. The loud groups of Cubs and Sox fans on the Red LineAt least baseball, ballpark hot dogs and 7th-inning–stretch sing-alongs are back! 5. The crowds of tourists jockeying for selfies around the BeanAfter looking at Instagrams of folks stuck inside over the past few months, it's great to see some outdoor scenery. 6. The three-hour wait for a table at Au ChevalSure beats the
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24 fashion looks we loved at Lollapalooza 2019
Lollapalooza attendees were treated to an idyllic weekend in Grant Park, complete with sunshine, sunsets and a storm-free forecast. They thanked Mother Nature by rocking their best fashion looks at the four-day festival. Our photographer crawled the crowd in search of statement-making outfits and was rewarded with feathered crop tops, neon hues and plenty of Western-inspired pieces. RECOMMENDED: Check out more photos from Lollapalooza 2019 Take a look at the 24 best outfits we spotted at Lollapalooza this weekend, and start plotting out your ensemble for next year: Lollapalooza 2020 will hit Grant Park July 30 through August 2. Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Want more? Sign up here to stay in the know.
The best fashion looks we spotted at Lollapalooza 2018
Lollapalooza is typically a hot and sweaty affair in Grant Park, and this year was no exception. As temperatures approached 100 degrees, Chicagoans and out-of-towners found creative ways to stay cool while still rocking some awesomely fashion-forward looks. Attendees pranced from set to set in checkered trousers, colorful jumpsuits, metallic fringe and florescent fishnets. RECOMMENDED: See more photos from Lollapalooza If you thought the four-day fest was all about basketball jerseys and crop tops, take a look at the outfits that caught our eye. After all, there's still time to pull together a Instagram-worthy ensemble for one of the final music festivals of the summer. Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photogr
PAWS Chicago waives adoption fees this weekend as facility reaches max capacity
PAWS Chicago, the city's largest no-kill shelter, will host adoption events this weekend in hopes of relieving its maxed-out facility and freeing up space for incoming pets. The shelter will waive adoption fees for dogs and cats that have been in their possession the longest—eligible animals are identified on the PAWS website with yellow "Summer Lovin'" tags. "Summertime is an exceptionally critical time of year in animal welfare," reads a PAWS media release. "With so many litters being born, in addition to the abundance of homeless pets in need of a loving home, even more animals are at risk of euthanasia in our community’s open admission shelters." The event will take place at the Lincoln Park Adoption Center (1997 N Clybourn Ave) on July 28 and 29 from 11am to 6pm daily. In addition to finding cats and dogs forever homes, organizers are also calling for foster families to provide temporary shelter for available animals. Ready to bring an animal into your life? Be sure to read up on PAWS's adoption requirements before heading to the event. Take a look at some of the eligible good boys and girls available at this weekend's adoption event below. Photograph: Courtesy PAWS Chicago Photograph: Courtesy PAWS Chicago Photograph: Courtesy PAWS Chicago Photograph: Courtesy PAWS Chicago Photograph: Courtesy PAWS Chicago Want more? Sign up here to stay in the know.
The fashion looks we loved at Pitchfork Music Festival 2018
Cloudy skies and a rainy forecast couldn’t put a damper on the most original fashion-forward looks we saw at this year's Pitchfork Music Festival. As crowds gathered to catch sets from the likes of The War on Drugs, Chaka Khan and Ms. Lauryn Hill, we kept our eyes out for the trendiest fest gear in Union Park. RECOMMENDED: See more fashion and photos from Pitchfork Music Festival Attendees of the annual indie-skewing event tend to go above and beyond the jean shorts and crop tops that dominate Lollapalooza, favoring vintage pieces, bold accessories and statement-making jumpsuits. This year, we saw plenty of funky looks that redefine fest fashion. Take a look at our favorite outfits from the 2018 edition of Pitchfork Music Festival, and get some inspiration for the remaining Chicago music festivals coming to town this summer. Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: Jaclyn Rivas Photograph: