Rachel Bertsche twists like a pretzel at StretchLab.
Graphic novelist Lucy Knisley chronicled the humor and weirdness of pregnancy — even after having a baby almost killed her.
Rachel Bertsche takes a vino bath at Aire, where, as the motto goes, “time does not exist.”
Rachel Bertsche goes sprinting in a low-oxygen chamber at Well-Fit.
The Artful Bachelorette adds some class to the rite of prenuptial passage.
We give “Cryoslimming” a shot so you don’t have to.
Rebecca Makkai never set out to write a sweeping epic about Chicago during the height of the AIDS crisis. That underdocumented chapter of the city’s history was supposed to be merely the backdrop of a single character, a gay man living in 1980s Boystown, in her third novel. But as Makkai got deeper into researching … Read more
Rachel Bertsche gives Equinox’s “True Athlete” class a go.
The HydraFacial World Tour offers an unconventional treatment to cleanse your skin.
At Chicago’s first rage room, patrons bash dated electronics to de-stress.