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Season’s greetings: From ZooLights to Christkindlmarket to Macy’s, there are plenty of great holiday traditions in Chicago

By Trent Modglin This article was written in coordination with KEY Magazine Lincoln Park ZooLights The Lincoln Park Zoo is an underrated...

Inside Scoop: The Chicago Riverwalk, summer film series, new Manet exhibit at the Art Institute and Navy Pier’s new rooftop venue

Inside Scoop: The Chicago Riverwalk, summer film series, new Manet exhibit at the Art Institute and Navy Pier's new rooftop venue

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: Still feeling the Christmas spirit after the fact? Check out these extended holiday activities and exhibits

ZooLights includes lights synchronized to holiday music, animal-shaped yard decorations and activities like trains, a Ferris wheel and...

Chicago’s Inside Scoop: Christmas and holiday events galore around the city

At Navy Pier's Winter WonderFest, guests can experience festive décor and a glittering forest of 500 trees and 25,000 ornaments, as well...

Inside Scoop: Chicago Magic Lounge’s new digs, ROOF at TheWit’s movie series, exhibits at the MCA and MSI, Kanela expansion

The Monday Movie series at ROOF begins on the rooftop lounge at dusk, and free popcorn will also be given to guests.

First Look review: “Robot Revolution” at the Museum of Science and Industry proves the future of technology is now

This is an exhibit that all ages will enjoy because it provides a deeper look into the world of robots compared to the surface version we...

The Big City Blog: Craft Beer competition, Speakeasy Sundays, comedy and arts festivals, mini golf in Maggie Daley Park and more

The City Mini Golf course features replicas of iconic Chicago landmarks that kids and adults alike can enjoy, in addition to the many other...

First Look review: “Extreme Ice” at the Museum of Science and Industry combines art with science to create an interactive learning experience

Extreme Ice presents an important and current topic of discussion in an easy, engaging manner based not only in science, but also in art.

The Big City Blog: “Christmas Around the World” at the Museum of Science and Industry, sketch comedy at Stage 773 and “Men are from Mars” ticket deals

Complete with indoor snow falling every 30 minutes, this exhibit is perfect for patrons of all ages and filled with cultural celebrations...