Archive for July 2020

A dino-mite model of Sue in the flesh at the Field Museum

A dino-mite  model of Sue in the flesh at the Field Museum
Come meet “Fleshy”: a full-scale model of SUE in life Today the Field Museum is unveiling “Fleshy” a full-scale model of SUE the T. rex . The life-like model will only be on display at the Field until August 18 before going on tour. BEYOND THE BONES Until then visitors to the museum can view what SUE would have... Read more »

Dining al fresco on Chicago’s North Shore Part II: Lake Forest

Dining al fresco on Chicago’s North Shore Part II: Lake Forest
Today, in Part II of our 5-part series, “Dining al fresco on Chicago’s North Shore,” Show Me Chicago showcases Lake Forest. Lake Forest is a 26 mile trek north  from Chicago. Getting There You can take the expressway, but if you have a little extra time you may want to consider the more scenic route... Read more »

Taste of Chicago pandemic style

Taste of Chicago pandemic style
No worries about rain, heat or humidity at this year’s “Taste of Chicago To Go.” If you are craving a “Taste of Chicago,” don’t despair. The city has put together an impressive series of virtual events along with an awesome line-up of food vendors for “Taste of Chicago To Go” from July 8 through July... Read more »
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Chicago phases back parking fines and tickets in July

Chicago phases back parking fines and tickets in July
As the city eases its way in to Phase 4 things are starting to feel  a little more normal. The Lakefront and 606 trails are open Millennium Park is open. Restaurants are able to serve indoors. All with guidelines and restrictions. Thus it only follows that the temporary ban on ticketing and enforcement during the early... Read more »