The Glessner House Museum, voted one of the top ten historical houses in America by CNNMoney, is now offering free tours each Wednesday. Allow yourself to travel back into a historically rich period of Chicago history by visiting the beautiful museum built in 1887 by the famous architect, Henry Hobson Richardson.
The free Lincoln Park Zoo is celebrating the birth of a primate called the Bolivian gray titi monkey. Native to South American tropical forests, there are less than 50 individuals in accredited zoos.
Recognized by Guinness World Records as the highest place of worship in the world (400 fe…
PLENTY TO CHEW ON The 16th annual Chef’s Fest will be cooking from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Arlington Park Racecourse, at Euclid and Wilke in Arlington […]
Tuesday, April 21st is Free Cone Day at Ben & Jerry’s, and you know what that means… free ice cream for you!
If you’re like me, you have no idea when your pet was born. Even if you do know the exact date and throw a party every year, there are […]
Check out for free the new Tesla Roadster in Chicago at The Chicago Tesla Dealership and Showroom will be located at 1053 West Grand Ave in Chicago, IL this spring near the Kennedy Expressway in the River West neighborhood.
After the election of Chicago native Barack Obama as President, Chicago has become quite the hot spot for tourists. From frequenting the same barber shop as the President to […]
Free happy Hour Cupcakes — Patty Rothman’s carryout-focused “cupcake salon” has an all-star team behind it: Award-winning pastry chef Gale Gale (Tru) created some of the recipes and Henry Adaniya
One of the most popular free things to do in Chicago is to take in an Oprah taping in the West Loop at her Harpo Studios. Audience reservations for The Oprah Winfrey Show are available almost exclusively by phone. As you can imagine, demand for free tickets far exceeds supply, so you may receive a lot of busy signals before getting through to one of the audience department employees.
This April, the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs presents three concerts by the Carnatica Brother, Julie Fowlis and Carmen Souza as part of the Chicago Cultural Center Presents series, an ongoing showcase series that highlights critically acclaimed national and international musicians.
Lions, tigers, and bears, not to mention klipspringers and pygmy hippos, boast one of the city’s best residential addresses, at the Lincoln Park Zoo in the heart of lakeside […]
If you are a Chicago resident or a visitor to Chicago, there is so much to do in the country’s third largest city. make sure you plan your weekend […]
The Chicago Park District is the largest city park and recreation system in Illinois — with over 220 facilities throughout the city, 7,300 acres of parkland, 552 parks, 33 […]
Green City Market moves outside to Lincoln Park (1750 N. Clark) on Wednesday, May 6, with a rally and 2009 season kick-off on Saturday, May 9. Green City will […]