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Read more of the article: "Start a New Holiday Tradition at the Chicago Architecture Center"

Start a New Holiday Tradition at the Chicago Architecture Center

Posted 5 days ago in Guest Blog

Twinkling holiday finery, a bright Christmas tree in Pioneer Court, red and green lights adorning the Wrigley Building — the holiday sights are endless through the 40-foot-tall windows of the...

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Read more of the article: "Burke, Blue Demons Celebrate Special Olympics"

Burke, Blue Demons Celebrate Special Olympics

Posted 5 months ago in Guest Blog

A global movement that impacts 5.3 million people in more than 170 countries reaches a crescendo this week at its Soldier Field birthplace.

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Read more of the article: "How to Choose a Web Design Agency"

How to Choose a Web Design Agency

Posted 6 months ago in Guest Blog

When it comes to web design, your options are endless. From freelancers to local dev shops to full-scale digital marketing agencies, it’s easy to get driven into decision overload very...

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Read more of the article: "Celebrate Chicago’s Artistic Legacy in the Loop and Beyond"

Celebrate Chicago’s Artistic Legacy in the Loop and Beyond

Posted 6 months ago in Guest Blog

Editor's Note: Amy Zinck is Executive Vice President of the Terra Foundation for American Art. Throughout 2018, the Terra Foundation is spearheading Art Design Chicago, a yearlong celebration of the city’s history...

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Read more of the article: "Turning the Page Brings Character to the Loop"

Turning the Page Brings Character to the Loop

Posted 7 months ago in Guest Blog

At the beginning of the month, Turning the Page’s bookstore, Carpe Librum, moved from its space in the Pedway to a street-level spot in Block 37 on State Street. The move...

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