The late Notre Dame president was a confidante of the famous Chicago advice columnist.
Two veterans of Anthropologie set out to reflect their own style, and to bring brands unavailable elsewhere in the city, in building their new store.
The seller of this seven-bedroom house, attractive inside and out, has had difficulty finding a buyer also willing to be a caretaker for this place’s old bones. Now with a bargain price in an improved market, it may get a lot easier.
When you know you could be ordering French toast this delicious in the Hotel Lincoln, you’ll never be able to look at a continental breakfast the same way again.
The local architectural legend takes a tour through her recent work—past, future, and speculative—finding influence in turtle shells, basements, and the palette of Chicago.
Krista K Boutique, the Tie Bar, and other shops around town have some great events going on.
Key and Peele have their moment, Guy in Your MFA gets a book deal, and Tree discusses his new mixtape.
The new store, opening March 6, will have a “dedicated youth zone” and an “optojump exerience,” whatever that is.
Louder Than a Bomb celebrates its 15th fest, plus more great activities for the week ahead.
You may want to start thinking about getting in line for the one-day-only resurrection of one of the city’s dearly departed restaurants.