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Things to Do in Summer in Chicago

NOTE: The following stories are from our archives, and some of the information included may be outdated. Call ahead to make plans.

 

CHICAGO CYCLING »
From the August 2009 issue
Just in time for the height of bike season, an everything guide to two-wheeled fun—from trails and events to a bicycle-buying guide
 

 

GREAT GETAWAYS »
From the April 2009 issue
Whatever your passion—architecture or antiques, pro sports or history, outdoor adventures or romantic wineries—the Midwest offers nearby destinations to satisfy even budget-conscious travelers.

 

SUMMER SPORTS GUIDE »
From the July 2008 issue
Thinking of trying a new sport? Consider one of these seven summertime classics—with tips from pros for having more fun in the sun.

 

OUR LAKE »
From the June 2008 issue
From kayaking to fly-fishing to building castles in the sand: a user's guide to summer on the water. PLUS: reflections on the lake, by Chicago authors

 

SEVEN BALLPARKS IN SEVEN DAYS »
From the July 2008 issue
In an era when live major-league baseball has retreated to pleasure palaces packed with flashing videos, blaring music, and gut-busting food courts, has the old-fashioned game lost something? One fan goes looking for an answer.

 

TOP 5 GUIDE TO SUMMER FUN »
From the June 2009 issue
How to celebrate Chicago's favorite season, including hidden city patios, oddball sports leagues, little known campsites, and more

 

NEIGHBORHOOD GUIDES

Logan Square »
From the June 2010 issue: Boulevards, a brewpub, and more—32 reasons (both old and new) to love Logan Square this summer.

Division Street »
From the May 2010 issue: With new kids’ shops and a smattering of upscale clothing boutiques, Wicker Park’s Division Street looks different than it did a year ago.

Pilsen »
From the November 2009 issue: Planning a trip to Pilsen? If so, use this guide

West Town »
From the July 2009 issue: A guide to the burgeoning West Side

Oak Street »
From the August 2009 issue:
After spending much of the earlier part of the year under construction, the new, reshuffled Oak Street holds on to its crown as the city’s most prestigious shopping destination. Here is our guide to shops that are new or have moved or that are simply favorites worth a revisit

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