10
MAY
2016

Aerial Cable Car Attraction Next Great Chicago Landmark?

Forget the views from the Navy Pier Ferris Wheel or the Willis Tower Observation Deck; a new proposal could have tourists seeing the Chicago Skyline in a whole new way. Lou Raizin, Laurence Geller, David Brody and Mark Barfield Architects, the design team responsible for the...
06
APR
2016
Chicago Bulls

Are the Golden State Warriors Really Better Than the 95-96 Chicago Bulls?

Ironically enough, the Chicago Bulls have been celebrating the 20-year anniversary of the 1995-96 historic 72-10 season in a year in which the Golden State Warriors may have the best chance of any team in history to eclipse that record-setting mark. With four games to go, the...
05
APR
2016
Chicago Cubs

Chicago Cubs: Positives and Negatives From Opening Day Win

This may finally be “next year.” Cubs fans have waited 108 years to hoist the World Series Trophy at the corner of Clark and Addison, and, if Opening Day was any indication, the 2016 Cubs team may have the best chance of any Northside team in history to break the...
25
MAR
2016
Easter Brunch Macys

Bunny Brunch: Downtown Chicago Macys Hosts Easter Extravaganza

Reservations are almost full, so hop to it and secure one of the last chances to dine with the bunny himself at this year’s Macy’s Bunny Brunch. The Downtown Chicago State Street flagship Macys will offer up its legendary Walnut room this Easter for families who want...
17
MAR
2016
Shamrock Beer Run 5K

Chicago Shamrock Beer Run 5K March 19, 2016

Walk, run or stumble your way to the finish line during this year’s annual Chicago Shamrock Beer Run 5K. Organizers for the standard 5K had a difficult question they needed answering: “How do we get ordinary Chicagoans motivated enough to run 3 miles?” The...
16
MAR
2016
Minnesota Vikings Stadium

Oops! Minnesota Vikings Inadvertantly Honor Bears with New Stadium Location

Can you guess the unfortunate location where the Minnesota Vikings will have to host home games next season? Despite being bitter rivals of the Chicago Bears, a rivalry that spans 6 decades and 110 meetings, the Minnesota Vikings felt it best to have their stadium constructed on...
10
MAR
2016
Green Chicago River

Think You Know Why Chicago Turns River Green Each St. Patrick’s Day?

Ever wonder what they use to turn the Chicago River that iconic bright tinge of emerald green each year? If you guessed one four-leaf clover and the magic of a stolen leprechaun whisker, you are very close. It’s actually 25 pounds of dye being mixed into the water below,...
06
JAN
2016
Hot Doug's Chicago

Inside Chicago: Hot Doug’s to Takeover Publican for One Day Only

Hot Doug’s is back for one-day only. Find out when and where Chicago’s favorite son will be slinging his world-famous sausage next. When it comes to food, Chicago is known for two things: Pizza and Hot Dogs; but when Doug Sohn shut the door on Hot Doug’s in October of 2014, he...
05
JAN
2016

Take the Leap for Free at Willis Tower this February (Metaphorically Of Course)

You are 103 stories above the city teetering on the edge of heaven. All eyes are on you wondering what your answer will be. Say yes and take the plunge or chicken out and sprint for the exits? Do you…? I do! Four lucky couples will get the chance to take their own metaphorical...
05
JAN
2016

Matt Forte Leaves Message in Locker, Points to Future in Chicago

If we have seen the last of Matt Forte in a Bears uniform, will he be remembered as one of the all-time Chicago greats? It was a surreal scene after the clock struck triple-zero on Sunday. The Bears fell to the Detroit Lions 24-20 to end their season, but No. 22 did not head...
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