One of Chicago’s most stunning neighborhoods: South Shore. Tour this Chicago neighborhood with Ji Suk Yi to meet the people and see the sights.
Chicago’s Chinatown. Come for the food, stay for the culture, beautiful parks and much more. Get the scoop in “The Grid” with Ji Suk Yi.
“Every woman practicing design in Chicago owes Susan Jackson Keig a debt of gratitude,” said graphic designer Rick Valicenti.
Looking for free and cheap things to do in Chicago this weekend? Check out our recommendations!
Bronzeville is the heart of Chicago’s African-American community in many ways. Learn more about things to do here in this episode of “The Grid.”
‘Pop top’ expansions are turning many classic bungalows into drab vinyl rectangles. Preservationists are shuddering, and so are we.
An exhibition at the Stony Island Arts Bank spotlights keepsakes and furnishings from the historic offices of Johnson Publishing.
Architectural gems from Chicago’s past as a printing hub are the centerpiece of the neighborhood enclave known as Printers Row.
Navy Pier unveiled a new 200,000 square-foot pavilion on Tuesday as part of its centennial vision to rethink and celebrate the historic tourist spot.
Pilsen is a colorful, artistic neighborhood filled with beautiful murals. Take a tour with our new “Art on the Grid” guide.
Art and work co-exist beautifully in this north side neighborhood that was originally designed as one of the city’s first commuter suburbs.
Take a peek inside the historic 96-year-old Art Deco building mid-facelift in our photo gallery.
Get to know Chicago’s Hyde Park – for the first time or all over again. It’s one of the most unique neighborhoods in the city.
From the famed “Greetings From Chicago” mural to the ever-changing graffiti that covers East Room, here’s a guide to street art in the neighborhood.
Navy Pier is offering free Centennial Wheel rides on June 21 in honor of the 125th anniversary of the original Ferris wheel.