Spring into Festival SeasonWe can’t help but daydream about springtime in Chicago as we are being teased with glimpses of 60-degree weather, putting away the winter jackets, and smelling the flowers. Coming out of the winter cave, getting back into all of the Chicago events can be a hassle. Spring is the season that warms up Chicagoans and... Read more »
Best Places to Celebrate Leap DayThirty days hath September, April, June, and November All the rest have 31, Except for February. That old Mother Goose rhyme doesn’t even bother to get into the semantics of a leap year, one that sees an extra day tacked onto February, rounding our calendar year up to 366 days. Because Earth takes slightly longer... Read more »
Chicago High-Rises Go GreenGreen is the new gold standard in downtown Chicago. With the construction boom, more developers are focusing on environmentally friendly buildings in order to promote renewable energy and sustainable living. Gerding Edlen, the developers behind the Jones Chicago in River North and Xavier Chicago in Old Town, have excelled in this realm, and gone above... Read more »
How to Survive Valentine’s Day Single: Brunch with FriendsWe all know the holidays can be hard. Whether you’re single or not, sometimes celebrating any holiday is more of a pain than a pleasure, so let’s change that this year. With Valentine’s Day falling on a Sunday this year, survive the season of love by brunching with your best friends. Follow this list of... by filed under Dining, Featured Articles, Food & Bev, Lifestyle, Slider, Uncategorized. Tags: