Desirée Rogers is used to a whirlwind of parties and social etiquette.
John Cain, executive director of South Shore Arts and curator of its “Baby Boom or Bust!” exhibit, found his inspiration for his show from a personal milestone.
On June 4, 1944, the U-505 German submarine was captured off the coast of West Africa in a dangerous mission by the U.S. Navy.
While the Mag Mile, Millennium Park and Navy Pier never seem to get old, try somewhere new this summer while visiting Chicago and discover the fun neighborhoods of Wicker Park and Bucktown.
On display for the world to see, the largest sand sculpture park in the Middle East was built by an artist from the shores of Lake Michigan.
Looking back over his 32 years of participation in the annual Krasl Art Fair, held on the bluff overlooking Lake Michigan in St. Joseph, Randy Higdon marvels not only in the changes of the fair but also in his own work.
Arts fans will want to head to Navy Pier for the Chicago International Art, Antique and Jewelry Show.
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