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Space music and the Adler Planetarium's new "Cosmic Wonder"
The composer behind the Adler Planetarium's upcoming "Cosmic Wonder" picks his favorite space-music albums.
Swedish American Museum exhibit builds up a legendary furniture designer
Exhibit on architect Josef Frank shows off his influential designs.
“Vivian Maier’s Chicago”
Witness Chicago from the 1960s to the 1970s through the eyes of self-taught photographer Vivian Maier.
Review | American Sabor: Latinos in U.S. Popular Culture
Explore the historical significance of Latino musicians in American culture.
A photo retrospective of famous authors, playwrights and screenwriters.
“Word Shout Song” at the DuSable Museum
An exhibit traces English word origins back to Africa
“Report to the Public: An Untold Story of the Conservative Vice Lords”
The hidden history of one gang’s shot at legitimacy.
“Spies, Traitors and Saboteurs: Fear and Freedom in America” packs its twisting displays with U.S. history’s dark moments—foreign-born attacks long forgotten (the Black Tom bombing in New Jersey) or still haunting (9/11)
“The Universe: A Walk through Space and Time at the Adler”
A new exhibit attempts to give us mere humans perspective on our 14-billion-year-old home.
Frank Lincoln Wright enigmatically adopted the middle name “Lloyd” when he came into his own as an architect