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Tired from scouring the Mag Mile for the perfect gift? Take a break and enjoy these hidden spots.
Framing the issue
Chicago's first gallery dedicated to comic-book art makes a super debut in Bucktown.
Northwestern University amasses African Obama-related objects, from lollipops to magical masks.
- Critics' pick
Drinking beers on go-kart rides, fixing the fetid garbage compactor and putting on the Santa’s elf suit in summer—so went the life of a teenaged Santa’s Village employee
"Neighborhoods Go Green!"
In this exhibit, you’ll learn that the requisites for a LEED-certified neighborhood include walkable streets, compact development and transit facilities¬
Scattered throughout Kendall College’s Goose Island campus building are glass cases holding strange contraptions. A twist of iron, a wooden handle; it might be any combination of sausage stuffer, bean cutter, grater, parer, tenderizer, mangle, churn, shaver, skillet, bellows or mold
This traveling show of “polymer impregnated” bodies is more educational (albeit, less pretty) than its competitor “Body Worlds,” which came to the Museum of Science and Industry in 2005
"The Basilica of St. Vincent de Paul"
In this study of its namesake church, DePaul University’s art museum tells the story of 19th-century French architecture—styles and funding that constantly changed in the face of political upheaval
Hidden behind the café in the lower level of the Art Institute of Chicago, the Elizabeth F. Cheney and Agnes Allerton Textile Galleries debuted a rehab in October. Haven’t been there before? You’re not alone