On March 22, Imperial Lamian teamed up with Chicago magazine to celebrate the Chinese restaurant’s one year anniversary. Guests were greeted with a dim sum station of Mushroom Bao and a glass of Rose Sauvage from sponsor Piper Heidsieck. Interactive stations were placed throughout the private dining space of the River North restaurant, with Executive … Read more
Wishful thinking, or a process that’s already started?
The significance of the Metropolitan Planning Council/Urban Institute report I wrote about yesterday is that it puts new numbers to an old truth: that Chicago is one of the most segregated cities in the country, if not the most. (There are different ways of measuring that, but Chicago is usually far up the rankings no … Read more
Over 650 animal lovers—many accompanied by their canine companions—enjoyed a chic evening on the town at the 11th Annual Animal Magnetism event, held March 24 at Morgan Manufacturing to support PAWS Chicago’s lifesaving programs for homeless dogs and cats. Both human and canine guests enjoyed an evening of dinner, dancing and mingling. Nearly $190,000 was … Read more
Here are six things you probably didn’t know about Chicago’s stars and stripes.
Plus, Wicker Park gets a hip new yoga studio, Kate Spade shaves prices, and a spring pop-up shop offers vintage baubles.
Plus: a tabletop sale, photography from India, and other home and design news
It’s been the CHA’s goal since long before the Plan for Transformation, but resistance and mismanagement have dogged it since the 1960s.
This year’s Chicagoans of the Year luncheon was held on Tuesday, December 6 at the Grand Ballroom at the Four Seasons Hotel where the 2016 honorees were recognized. The event began with a pre-reception for the winners and distinguished guests. Chloe Wine Collection provided Prosecco for the hour as well as Pinot Grigio for the … Read more
Bearden’s Odyssey: Poets Respond to the Art of Romare Bearden, Jorge Federico Osorio, Son Volt, Blek le Rat, and Roomful of Teeth