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WHAT IT IS
The Field Museum's new exhibit is effing golden. Here's what shines.
Fight at the museum
Thousands of applicants battle for one nerdy reward: spending a month at the Museum of Science and Industry.
Crisis and Opportunity
We’re not sure what “opportunity” could possibly refer to in four photographers’ grim documentation of the recession
"Pilgrimage and Faith"
Religious objects and paintings—including work from Loyola University Museum of Art’s terrific Martin D’Arcy Collection—show the effect the age-old religious pilgrimage has had on art
Food for thought
TEDx lecture series chews on food and the environment.
"Echoes of the Past"
When the ancient cave temples of Xiangtangshan were rediscovered in the early 20th century, they were immediately pillaged for their stunning Buddhist sculptures. In 2004, University of Chicago scholar Katherine R
Sheffield Avenue between Concord Place and Clybourn Avenue
When TopGolf, a driving range of sorts, opened a third-floor rooftop terrace—with a bar, fire pit, stylish beachy decor and, of course, turf tee mats—I had to go check it out because it is so incongruous with my country-club idea of golf: fresh-cut grass, requisite khakis and a long walk
Stunt-loving Ophelia stand-in