Tag Archives: Neighborhood Itineraries

175 Days to Love Chicago: Chicago Greeter

Explore Chicago with a friendly, knowledgeable Chicago Greeter as your guide. This free service, offered daily, is our 175 Days to Love Chicago pick for Monday, June 4!

175 Days to Love Chicago: 57th Street Art Fair

Chicago’s Hyde Park neighborhood hosts over 200 artists and artisans at the free admission 57th Street Art Fair our colorful and one-of-a-kind 175 Days to Love Chicago pick for Sunday, June 3.

175 Days to Love Chicago: Do-Division Street Fest & Sidewalk Sale

With over 20 live bands, 15 food trucks and a 10-block sidewalk sale, there’s no doubt that Do-Division Street Fest & Sidewalk Sale is one of Chicago’s best neighborhood festivals! Start your weekend off right by dining al fresco, doing a little shopping and boogieing down to JC Brooks and the Uptown Sound during the [...]

175 Days to Love Chicago: Fable Festival

A newly established arts festival in Chicago’s charming Edgewater and Andersonville  neighborhoods makes magical worlds come alive through theater, storytelling and song.  Fable Festival, which runs through May 20, is our 175 Days to Love Chicago pick for Wednesday, May 16.

175 Days to Love Chicago: My Chinatown: Stories from Within

Go behind the beautiful architecture of Chinatown and hear stories that illuminate its vibrant past and present at the opening day of the Chinese-American Museum of Chicago’s My Chinatown: Stories from Within, our 175 Days to Love Chicago pick for Saturday, April 21.

Discover How Chicago’s Neighborhoods Inspire Two Designers

We were thrilled to talk to two designers, Chris Gorz of Studio Chris and Steve Shanabrunch of The Chicago Neighborhoods, who are inspired by the distinctive character of Chicago’s diverse neighborhoods. Take a look at their unique neighborhood-inspired designs and get the story behind their artwork.

175 Ways to Love Chicago: Rick Bayless’s 5 Favorite Food Purveyors

Award-winning chef-restaurateur, cookbook author and television personality Rick Bayless points us to his favorite local purveyors of fresh produce, craft brews, and other culinary delights.