Tag Archives: Literary Chicago

175 Days to Love Chicago: Chicago Tribune Printers Row Lit Fest

Historic Printers Row You’re in for mystery, romance, humor and so much more when storytellers, book peddlers and the literarily inclined take over the South Loop for the always captivating Chicago Tribune Printers Row Lit Fest! With over 100 events and readings and 200 book stalls to explore, there’s something for everyone at our page-turner [...]

175 Days to Love Chicago: Uptown Poetry Slam

Watch the sparks fly as performance poets battle at the Green Mill! In its 25th year, the Uptown Poetry Slam is the oldest poetry slam in the world and our 175 Days to Love Chicago pick for Sunday, May 20.

175 Days to Love Chicago: Poesia en Abril: Susurros

Visit the Poetry Foundation Feel the power of language when world-renowned poets Miguel Barnet of Cuba and Ana Rossetti of Spain read from their work at the Poetry Foundation, our 175 Days to Love Chicago pick for Saturday, April 7. This free admission reading is part of a city-wide festival celebrating Spanish-language poetry called Poesia en [...]

175 Days to Love Chicago: PechaKucha’s 5th Anniversary

For 5 years now, PechaKucha Night has been bringing creative minds in Chicago together for an evening of lightning-fast presentations, networking, and fun.  Witness this riotous and amusing evening for yourself tonight.

175 Ways to Love Chicago: 5 Favorite Ways to Experience History in Chicago

Photo courtesy The Palmer House Hilton. The Palmer House Hilton Hotel is steeped in history: it first opened its doors in 1871 and has been in continuous operation ever since. That’s why we’ve asked Ken Price, Director of Public Relations and resident historian of the hotel, to share his 5 favorite ways to experience Chicago’s [...]