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Chicago Insider Etienne Padin on obscure museums, shopping in Andersonville and Maple & Ash

While in Logan Square catching a movie at the retro Logan Theatre, I enjoy dining at Cafe Con Leche — a Latin-fusion restaurant and...

Kids Corner: Looking for one more fun-filled day with the family in Chicago this summer? We’ve got ideas

Kids Corner: Looking for one more fun-filled day with the family in Chicago this summer? We've got ideas

The Big City Blog: Illinois Craft Beer Week is back — bigger and better than ever — May 18-25

Illinois Craft Beer Week is the highly anticipated celebration featuring various festivals and hundreds of events at breweries, bars and...

Chicago Insider: Katie Schmits on Kuma’s Corner, Gene’s Sausage Shop’s rooftop and biking the city

Gene’s Sausage Shop in Lincoln Square is a small grocery store that boasts a sunny, super laid-back rooftop with umbrella-covered picnic...

Time to relax: Feeling the stress of everyday life? We’ve got a few spots in Chicago to help you unwind

During the summer months, hear nothing more than the sound of birds and a gentle waterfall while following the stone walk encircling the...

Inside Scoop: Holiday exhibits and plays, free Chicago museum days, SketchFest, Batsu! and more

Surrounding the museum’s main floor, more than 50 trees and displays are beautifully decorated by volunteers from Chicago’s ethnic...

Chicago Insider: Etienne Padin on Bom Bolla’s tapas, Myopic Books and relaxing at Red Square

Chicago Insider: Etienne Padin on tapas at Bom Bolla, getting lost in Myopic Books and relaxing at Red Square

Chicago Insider: Tim Anderson on Bistronomic’s new menu, Fat Willy’s and the Chicago Crime Tour

Chicago Insider: Tim Anderson on Bistronomic's new menu, Fat Willy's and the Chicago Crime Tour

Garfield Park Conservatory: Enjoy a peaceful break from this Chicago winter madness

The Garfield Park Conservatory: Enjoy a peaceful break from this Chicago winter madness

The Chicago Insider: Eric Edholm on farmer’s markets and a love affair with Paul Kahan restaurants

Ever wish you had an active local’s advice on how best to enjoy your own city? We have too, so here are some answers