It’s true: some bars are charging up to $300 cover to watch the Cubs game on TV (plus food and drinks).
Plus: a sample sale you can shop from home, a pop-up shop for stylish babies. and more style and shopping news this week
Ursula Bielski, founder of Chicago Hauntings, talks about positive and negative paranormal energy in the area’s most haunted cemetery, and where to soak up EVPs this weekend.
On Friday, October 21, the Costume Council of the Chicago History Museum celebrated the opening of Making Mainbocher: The First American Couturier. The exhibition examines the life and work of Chicago-born Main Rousseu Bocher, who went on to found a couture house under the name Mainbocher. More than 200 guests were treated to a six-course, … Read more
Plus: an interior showroom-turned-art gallery, Crate & Barrel sale, and more home and design news
The knives are out as fans show their team spirit for Halloween.
The Michelin Bib Gourmand list is out, which means we’re approaching the starriest day of the year.
The Cubs’ bats came alive, and Jake Arrieta pitched more than 5 no-hit innings.
Chicago International Children’s Film Festival, Elvis Costello & the Imposters, Fun Home, Harriet Tubman: When I Cross That Line to Freedom, and Fallfest: Speed
On Friday, October 14, guests kicked off James Beard Foundation’s Taste America at LondonHouse Chicago. The dining event benefited the James Beard Foundation, featuring reception tastings by chefs Abe Conlon, Sarah Grueneberg, Lee Wolen, and Perry Hendrix. Followed by a four-course dinner prepared by Taste America All-Star Missy Robbins of Lilia in Brooklyn, Local Star … Read more