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  • Verizon to unveil new Mag Mile destination store

    Verizon to unveil new Mag Mile destination store
    Verizon Wireless is set to unveil its new destination store next weekend in the prime Magnificent Mile corner left vacant when Escada relocated two years ago.
  • Shake Shack Chicago: We'll have what they've had

    Shake Shack Chicago: We'll have what they've had
    Shake Shack threw open its doors at the corner of Ohio and Rush streets on Tuesday, and threw off a bit of its mystique. Now I love a good meal more than most and I'll cop to having made a detour to stand in line to pay a premium for the highly regarded...

    Holiday Lights trolley tour offers front-row view of city's festive displays

    Holiday Lights trolley tour offers front-row view of city's festive displays
    Winter is Chicago's darkest season, but the city has an antidote, turning up the wattage with thousands of festive lights decorating the city. The Chicago Trolley Holiday Lights tour offers a way to see a number of the dazzling displays while...

    Chicago History Museum: Telling the essential stories of our American city

    Chicago History Museum: Telling the essential stories of our American city
    On weekends, the Chicago History Museum is not stuffed to bursting with newcomers to the city, but it ought to be. One of the highest best uses of the information-rich institution at the south end of Lincoln Park is its ability to ground people in the...

    Exhibit shows fashionable rise of Magnificent Mile

    Exhibit shows fashionable rise of Magnificent Mile
    That mile of Michigan Avenue known the world over for its shopping magnificence was, a century ago, not so. It was a quiet, unassuming street, a mix of residences and warehouses, and it wasn't called Michigan Avenue at all, but Pine Street. How it...