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Chicago Rum Festival
On April 14th, the Chicago Rum Festival invites rum aficionados and trade professionals to try rums from over 20 producers, network with brands and distillers, and attend seminars to learn about this storied spirit. With a trade session, a Grand Tasting, and a VIP Grand Tasting, they've got something for every rum-lover in Chicago.
Wings at The Fifty/50

3-steps you need to follow when you go to Fity/50, the number one sports bar in America (Nightclub & Bar Magazine, Maxim, Thrillist, Yahoo). Go ahead - treat yourself to a good time.

Bent's Old Fort

Located north of the Arkansas River, a vital artery that was nearly hidden by the tall grasses along its banks, Bent's Old Fort National Historic Site is an imposing adobe structure and a painstakingly created reproduction of the original fort.

Southern Gothic at Windy City Playhouse

Southern Gothic at the Windy City Playhouse is without a doubt a unique theater experience in Chicago right now.

Trinity Irish Dancers at the South Side Irish Parade - photo credit Kate Gardiner

Chicago loves St. Patrick's Day, so much there are two parades. There's the Chicago St. Patrick's Day Parade through Grant Park, and there's also the South Side Irish parade.

Comanche National Grassland

Located in the high desert plains of southeastern Colorado, the Comanche National Grasslands is not your typical tourist destination.

Iolanta starring Katherine Weber  (photo by Joe Mazza)

Chicago Opera Theater announced its 2018/2019 season on Wednesday, February 28 with an evening of performances at the Pritzker Pavilion Stage in Millennium Park, featuring excerpts from the operas selected for the year.

Great Sand Dunes National Park

Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve is the quietest National Park in the United States and a perfect representation of a cyclical environment.

Chicago Magic Lounge Blackstone Cabaret photo by Daniel Boczarski

Chicago Magic Lounge held its grand opening on Thursday, February 22 and it was, in a word, magical.  It is unlike anything that Chicago currently has to offer.  Built in the shell of 7,200 square foot former commercial laundry, the newly renovated building now holds a 112-seat cabaret theater, a

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