Posts tagged "chicago history museum"

Your Chicago Hanukkah 2012 celebration guide

Your Chicago Hanukkah 2012 celebration guide
Hanukkah, oh Hanukkah is here! When the sun goes down on Saturday evening, Jews around the world will light the first candle on the menorah. It’s a great tradition, but, let’s face it, that takes about two minutes. (Well, technically an hour or so since you have to wait for the candles to burn down.)... Read more »

Your guide to a truly spooky Halloween

Your guide to a truly spooky Halloween
Happy Halloween! This is your last chance to scare the crap out of yourself before you’re forcefully immersed in holiday cheer. Fortunately, you have Chicago Quirk to help you make the most out of your Halloween night. The Northalsted Halloween Parade is a Chicago classic. Miss Foozie hosts the annual celebration that steps off from Halsted... Read more »

The best scares and screams this Halloween weekend

The best scares and screams this Halloween weekend
I have a confession to make: I’m actually hitting the bars tomorrow night. My dumb ass is going out with my younger sisters, in a costume. I’ll be the one in a Cookie Monster onesie surrounded by slutty Batgirls. But booze isn’t the only thing I’ll be taking advantage of. Here are some Halloween classics... Read more »
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Gourd yourself on pumpkins this weekend

Gourd yourself on pumpkins this weekend
Happy Sweetest Day! Just kidding, it’s a stupid, made-up holiday. Forget trying to find some fake romantic dinner, and enjoy these fun weekend activities. The Chicago History Museum’s Project Sunday is showing the Silence of the Lambs at Sheffield’s Beer Garden on Sunday at 7 p.m. It fills up fast so get there early so you can... Read more »

The Annual Chiditarod

The Annual Chiditarod
What’s this?! A post about weekend activities on Thursday? That’s so unlike you, Chicago Quirk! I know. Alas, I’m on my way to Florida tomorrow for a warm and sunny one-year anniversary celebration with my hubs. First, a few stops to visit the fabulous old Jewish relatives and then on to gorgeous Key West. Don’t... Read more »