Five Best Things to Do in September

POCKET GUIDE: From the Route 66 Car Show in Berwyn and the Hyde Park Jazz Fest to Andrew Bird at the Hideout and the Goodman’s production of “Red"—a cultural shortlist for September, in order of buzz

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Former Prentice Women's Hospital


As of presstime, the fate of his 1975 Prentice Women’s Hospital was in preservation limbo. Show your support for the Chicago architect’s would-be landmark by visiting two exhibits, at the Art Institute and the Arts Club, devoted to his singular space-age style. Also? Call Rahm’s office.


Opening 9/16 Bertrand Goldberg: Reflections. A companion to the Art Institute’s new show, this exhibit focuses on the architect’s personal photos, selections from his own art collection, and samples of his lesser-known jewelry and furniture designs. 201 E Ontario.

Opening 9/17 Bertrand Goldberg: Architecture of Invention. Click here for more info. 111 S Michigan.


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Photograph: Heather Charles/Chicago Tribune



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