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The Rookery is one of the greatest surviving examples of an early commercial skyscraper and has an unrivaled history in Chicago. Built after the Great Fire ravaged Chicago, The Rookery is the result of architectural experimentation and advancement that put Chicago on the forefront of progress. For generations, The...

It’s hard to believe that January is already here, where the heck did 2014 go??? While January is typically known for resolution setting, we’re all about breaking those resolutions by the time Superbowl rolls around! Here is our roundup of the 10 best Superbowl Snacks. ...

Located just steps off Chicago’s Magnificent Mile in the Jewelers’ Row Landmark District, The Pittsfield Building has remained virtually unchanged since it was completed in 1927. Hailed as an architectural triumph, the property was developed by heirs of Marshall Field and was designed by Graham, Anderson, Probst...

Salt. It’s a chef’s best friend, but too much of it can easily make it their worst nightmare! Chef Greg (you might recognize him from our Facebook page as the handsome chef in the European red pants) let us in on a little secret. If you’ve accidentally over-seasoned...

The Newberry Library was designed by architect Henry Ives Cobb and was completed in 1893. With three equally stunning spaces for your next event, The Newberry Library is full of the grandeur and charm that it originally had. From the recently restored lobby, complete with a grand staircase, decorated...