What you need: five blueberries, one sprig of rosemary, some lemon peel, booze, tonic, ice, and 51 seconds.
Summer’s not totally shot. As social distancing begins to ease, these Great Lakes getaways provide an easy respite and solitude.
Chicago magazine Editor in Chief Susanna Homan interviews the Ariel Investments President and co-CEO, No. 3 on our ranking of the city's most powerful women. (Note: This interview was conducted on April 28, before the mass social-justice protests swept through the country.) See the entire list here.
After unrest on the West Side following MLK’s assassination — and later at the DNC — Illinois went to the Republicans, who won the state in six consecutive elections.
Amid the George Floyd protests, Chicago Public Schools paused lunch pickup on Monday. Now, neighborhood chefs are filling the void.
Before demonstrations gave way to vandalism and skirmishes with police, thousands took to the Loop for peaceful marches over the death of George Floyd.
After COVID-19, city dwellers will never again take outdoor space for granted. In Chicago, the renaissance has been a long time coming.
In his new memoir, Plague Years, Ross Slotten recalls treating patients during another viral pandemic: the AIDS crisis.
A Chicago-born wellness brand makes a bet on Boystown.
Gustav Reyes transforms unwanted wood into objets d’art.