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Read more of the article: "Backpack Drive and Local Art Auction to Benefit Englewood’s Perkins Bass Elementary School"

Backpack Drive and Local Art Auction to Benefit Englewood’s Perkins Bass Elementary School

Posted 18 days ago in Guest Blog, Loop Locals

2 MIN READ - The Kimpton Gray Hotel partners with nonprofit organization Daisie Foundation to bring much-needed school supplies to students at the South Side Chicago school.

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Read more of the article: "The Loop’s Auditorium Theatre Wins Outstanding Historic Theatre Award"

The Loop’s Auditorium Theatre Wins Outstanding Historic Theatre Award

Posted 25 days ago in Guest Blog, Arts and Culture

3 MIN READ - Chicago’s own Auditorium Theatre has been named the 2019 Outstanding Historic Theatre by the League of Historic American Theatres, a national organization that brings together historic...

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Read more of the article: "Pitchfork and The Art Institute of Chicago Present Midwinter in the Loop"

Pitchfork and The Art Institute of Chicago Present Midwinter in the Loop

Posted 7 months ago in Guest Blog

Pitchfork and The Art Institute of Chicago today announce Midwinter, an all-new music and art experience taking place February 15-17 in the Chicago Loop. The three-day event will bring together...

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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 9 months 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 13 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 15 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 15 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 15 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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