As a photographer, get creative with seasonal changes
Chicago changes vastly through the months, allowing photographic opportunities to present themselves in unexpected ways.
Where to stay (and why) in Chicago
What's not to like about a city that smells like chocolate?
Here's a Chicago invention: skyscrapers
In the 19th century, swampland city Chicago introduced the world to a revolutionary style of building: skyscrapers. “We built them to show everyone that Chicago is a world class city.”
Why is Chicago called the “Second City”?
The term “Second City” was popularized as a derogatory nickname in a 1952 article for The New Yorker by A. J. Lieblin. But Chicagoans have since taken hold of it.
Where the loveable losers give it their all
“Wrigley Field is just a giant excuse to party,” baseball fan Joe Stanley tells me, somehow making it sound as if a party is a bad thing.