The House of Blues may be legendary for the musical acts it’s hosted over the years, but every Thursday night its Foundation Room transforms into a comedy club!
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The next time you head out for happy hour, consider hopping the Brown Line to Cultivate by Forbidden Root. Its side taproom is dedicated almost exclusively to craft beer—namely, craft beer brewed in-house.
What if you could release all of that negative energy and breathe positivity into what remains of 2022? That’s exactly the opportunity you’ll get when you participate in the Chicago Sky Lantern Festival on Saturday, May 21st.
Sometimes staycations make the best vacations, especially when being a tourist in your own city comes with so many options for entertainment!
OK, it isn’t spring yet, but we are going to chat about Spring cleaning! The Spruce discusses six helpful tips on how you can better kickstart your spring…
Chalet brings the mountain vibes right here to Chicago’s Near North Side. True to its name, the new pub is modeled after a Swiss ski chalet, right down to the wood-paneled bar and murals of snowy peaks.
Start working toward your New Year’s resolution at Palette and Chisel Academy of Fine Arts. The art school welcomes students of all levels.
Even if you attended last year’s sold-out event, you’ll want to come back to see what’s in store for the 2021-2022 season. You can count on the Lightscape at Chicago Botanic Garden.
Live music, craft cocktails, and unique New American cuisine. It’s all waiting for you at the new Fame Supper Club in River North.
Thanksgiving morning, just as it has for more than 40 years with plenty of space for runners, joggers, and walkers to spread out, Turkey Trot Chicago has received the green light to return for 2021.