Through May 1, the Chicago Architecture Foundation (224 S. Michigan Avenue in Chicago) is featuring a free exhibition about the architecture of O’Hare International Airport.
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Where will the Obama girls go to school? Michelle Obama toured at least two of Washington’s most prestigious private schools last week — Sidwell Friends School and Georgetown Day […]
The US debut screening of X-102 Rediscovers The Rings Of Saturn.
The Vet Art Project creates opportunities
for veterans to work in collaboration with artists from all disciplines to create new art about war for public performance and viewing.
From bats to owls to spiders, discover how some creatures have special adaptations or tricks that help them roam in the dark, at Creatures of the Night, a free Halloween event at the Garfield Park Conservatory, 300 N. Central Park Ave. on October 31 from noon to 3p.m.
Lollapalooza is a three-day music and lifestyle festival set in downtown Chicagos Grant Park. More than 100 bands will perform on 8 stages with Chicagos skyline as the backdrop. In addition to music, Lollapalooza features Chicagos favorite foods, an interactive green area showcasing environmentally conscious tips and trends, a Kidzapalooza stage for the youngsters, and more.
Discover how sap is tapped from maple trees at the 28th annual Maple Syrup Festival at North Park Village Nature Center, 5801 N. Pulaski Road on Saturday, March 21 and Sunday, March 22 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. No registration is required and the event is free for all ages.
Chicago comes alive this summer as the Chicago Park Districts Concerts in the Parks series fills citywide parks with the sweet sounds of dozens of outdoor music events from June through early September. Admission is free to all concerts. The Concerts in the Parks series brings a variety of musical genres including salsa, pop, big band and R&B, to various neighborhood parks for all residents to enjoy.
Kick off the New Year in great shape by working out for free from Jan. 2-16 at any of the Chicago Park Districts 60 fitness centers located throughout the city.
Discover the beauty of the tropics this summer at the free annual Summer Tropical Flower Show. The Tropical Garden Show offers an assortment of tropical plants, featuring various begonias and hibiscus.
Come see the eight winners of the National Association of Singning Teachers’ annual competition showcase their talents in this music recital.
This Austrian duo’s “soulful and impeccable playing” (The Washington Post) has won them much critical acclaim and an international career with recent appearances throughout Europe, China and the US.
The Chicago Latino Film Festival will celebrate its Silver Anniversary, as the oldest and most comprehensive Latino film festival in the country.
Garfield Park Conservatory celebrates its last centennial year event in 2008 with the winter flower show, Holiday Traditions in the Show House starting Friday, November 28 and running through Friday, January 11, 2009.
The Pritzker Military Library presents original oil paintings and prints by renowned military artist Mort Knstler, famous for his paintings of historic Civil War scenes.