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Boating season is drawing to a close, but Fontana, Wisconsin and next-door Lake Geneva will be bustling this weekend. The 11th Annual Geneva Lakes Antique and Classic Boat Show gets underway at the Abbey Resort and Spa while just down the road, the annual Geneva Lake Classic Car Rally revs up... Read more
As stiltwalkers go, the Dragon Knights are in a class—nay, a world—unto themselves. Erase any preconceived notion you may have of clowns tottering about pointlessly on sticks: The Dragon Knights create graceful flights of fancy using slender pole stilts to shape shift into gigantic, leaping crickets and mischievous griffins (head of an eagle, body of a lion), among other fabulous creatures... Read more
If you’ve read this magazine’s fall fashion preview (and if you haven’t, you’re missing out on a feast of gorgeous photography as well as crucial anti-aging product information), perhaps you’re ready to start shopping... Read more
Want to walk on water? Sort of? Head for St. Ignace, Michigan for the 53rd Annual Mackinac Bridge Walk. Labor Day (Monday, September 6th) is the only day of the year when you can walk the scenic span high above the Straits of Mackinac... Read more
As summer’s last hurrah approaches, consider a quick and easy last-minute excursion to South Bend’s Art Beat, where hundreds of visual, performing, and culinary artists will be plying their wares al fresco throughout the downtown area from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, August 28th... Read more
Back in ye olden days, the notion of “open-air Shakespeare” was redundant: In Elizabethan England, all theater was performed outdoors. Al fresco Shakespeare endures, and few places take it outside more skillfully than the American Players Theatre in Spring Green, Wisconsin. At APT’s theatre on the hill Read more
If the pace of the city has you stressing, consider a break in Mount Carroll (about two-and-a-half hours from the Loop). This isn’t a one-stoplight town—it’s a no stoplight town. Its one-street, cobblestone business district just 10 miles east of the Great River Road Bike Trail, is home to several... Read more