Chicago magazine’s July 2010 issue hits newsstands Thursday, June 17th. To schedule an interview with one of our writers or editors, please contact Elizabeth Riley at email@example.com.
Piece Offerings (Cover Story): Chicago’s top 25 best pizzas as decided by our chief dining critic Jeff Ruby.
Double Take: Our annual list of the 20 most eligible singles in Chicago includes a morning show anchor, radio reporter, professional soccer player, baseball pitcher, and the owner of a well-known bar, just to name a few.
Reconstructing Harry Weese: This in-depth piece, by architecture writer Robert Sharoff, explores the rise and fall of this infamous Chicago architect, whose final years were marked by a “sad, booze-saturated decline.” But a new study of Weese’s work could restore his honor.
Up!: Despite the current state of Chicago’s real estate market, buyers are throwing down large sums for downtown luxury condos. Real estate expert Dennis Rodkin finds out what’s driving these sales.
Countdown to Baby: A month-by-month maternity countdown. From hot mom jeans to hand-engraved announcements, this guide will keep Chicago moms-to-be stylish.
Our Talk: The magazine’s 40th anniversary celebration continues with our list of the top 40 Chicago words.