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Photos from the front lines.
Inland Architect and News Record
The Ryerson and Burnham Libraries have digitized 5,000 archival images.
“Jellies” at the Shedd
The aquarium’s new exhibit plunges into the mysterious world of an animal without bones, blood or a brain.
“Before the Pyramids: The Origins of Egyptian Civilization”
Oriental Institute Museum curator Emily Teeter looks beyond King Tut.
While one nuclear disaster begins, another turns 25.
- Critics' pick
“Travels and Technologies” at the Field Museum
This small exhibit shows how the journeys of 20th-century archeologists came into the American consciousness.
“The Horse” at the Field Museum
In a new exhibit, trots out the story of equine evolution.
Pritzker Military Library
The library moves into a new, more welcoming space.
“Chicago Then and Now: A Story by Lee Bey” at City Gallery at Old Chicago Water Tower
Bey pairs photos he’s snapped with half tones, black and white images, and postcards, most more than a century old.
"Pleasures and Pursuits" at the Block Museum
Block Museum's "Pleasures and Pursuits" paints a bawdy picture of Georgian-era street life.