More than 400 Chicagoans crowded onto the museum’s western steps, as depicted in an 1893 photo, to help mark the museum’s anniversary.
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The summit drew about 1,000 international activists and community leaders — and a significant number of millennials — from as far away as Africa.
A family trying to accommodate their wheelchair-bound daughter is facing objections by some aiming to preserve the neighborhood’s character.
Envisioned as the city’s 78th community, it will also raise the bar on diversity hiring by any private developer in Chicago through partnerships.
Zenon Mazurkevich-designed Chicago church “is this gigantic, shiny, imposing yet quirky spaceship-like object” in an unusual Northwest Side spot.
After 31 years, the well-known Ravenswood store is downsizing — and auctioning off most of its antiques and other stock.
The news comes a month after Kanye West tweeted his involvement in reopening the theater.
Created as a self-contained community for workers at the Pullman rail car factory, history comes to life in Chicago’s most unique neighborhood.
For the first time ever, Open House Chicago offers a chance to see hidden architectural gems in the Austin neighborhood on Oct. 13 and Oct. 14.
Peter Roesch “was one of the important links between the Bauhaus of Mies and contemporary Chicago architecture,” fellow architect John Ronan said
“The Bean” would have been smaller if not for John H. Bryan Jr., says Anish Kapoor, who created the iconic Millennium Park sculpture.
Wacker Drive was closed to traffic so more than a thousand people could pack in for a view of the 115,000-square foot spectacle at Merchandise Mart.
The Newberry Library was showing its age. Now, after big renovation, it’s showing off what’s new, including visitor-aimed changes, World’s Fair show.
“This is Kanye West, and this is what he does,” Gary said. “What’s a theater without drama?”