Peter Exley’s firm, the one behind the DuPage Children’s Museum and the Children’s Zoo at the Lincoln Park Zoo, resdesigned the Latin School’s science department—and test scores jumped.
We put an assortment of faux-indie offerings from Trader Joe’s, Costco, Aldi, and Walmart in front of a panel of local beer pros.
Plus, sample sales at Macy’s and Rebecca Minkoff and a new market in the West Loop.
The student of philosophy talks about her fashion staple, her wellness essential, and more.
The author of Divergent discusses her latest book, anxiety, and why she chooses to stay in Chicago.
After years of research, $3 million, and a weeks-long process just to apply plaster, the architect’s Hyde Park masterpiece will soon return to his original vision.
Plus: Homestead on the Roof—one of the prettiest hidden gems in Chicago—reopens today
The author of They Can’t Kill Us Until They Kill Us talks about simple and complex joys in advance of his Chicago Humanities Festival appearance.
John Prine at the Chicago Theatre; a scathing theatrical look at restaurant culture; the Chicago Humanities Festival kicks off; and more.
Taste the rainbow at Baker Miller (4610 N. Western Ave.).