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Posted in in Life in Chicago by Stefanie on 31 May 2017
Special experiences, like visiting a museum, can become a meaningful part of our identity and contribute to better social relationships in a way that material items cannot. In other words, consider skipping your next shopping trip and go to a museum instead. Here are 5 reasons why
Posted in in Life in Chicago by Cristina on 27 Jan 2017
It doesn't matter if you are a local or an out-of-towner, the Art Institute of Chicago is a must-see on your list of interesting places. It holds the first place among the best museums of Chicago
Posted in in Life in Chicago by Cristina on 17 Nov 2016
The Chicago Riverwalk is a beautiful open pedestrian waterfront which is located in downtown Chicago. It stretches from Lake Shore Drive to Franklin street and it is referred to as "the second lakefront" of the city. You can walk along the Riverwalk and find numerous restaurants and bars, boat tours, kayak rentals, and other activities here.
Posted in in Life in Chicago by Stefanie on 20 Jul 2016
Did you know that there's a place in Chicago where you can find over 32,000 animals? In fact, you can find as many as a million animals in some seasons!
Posted in in Life in Chicago by Stefanie on 13 Jul 2016
Being a student in Chicago means that you can learn while you have fun and you interact with people from so many different countries. That is what happened when we decided to go to one of the most interesting and interactives museums in the city: The Museum of Science and Industry.
Posted in in Life in Chicago on 19 May 2016
Chicago has so many interesting places to see, but this one is definitely a convenient place to see even if you are a tourist and you have all your time already planned.
Posted in in Life in Chicago on 03 May 2016
Every year the NFL welcomes the newest members of each team during NFL Draft Town, an American Football Festival. This year, Chicago’s Grant Park, which also hosts the Lollapalooza Festival, again received fans from all over the country to enjoy 4 full days of food, drinks, and activities related to football games.