Articles By Patty Wetli
A new exhibit in the Pedway features a diorama and renderings of the student-designed minigolf course, set to open by summer 2020 in Douglas Park.
We rounded up gift ideas that celebrate Mother Nature and support the rescue of Planet Earth.
Renovations to the former department store include the reappearance of second-story windows, covered up for decades.
The coffeehouse and patisserie could be open by mid-December.
Bakers are feverishly whipping up everything from pumpkin to chocolate Nutella pies. There's still time — barely — to place an order.
Chicago's local "common" brick has gone from shabby to chic, and some of the city's most acclaimed architects are on the forefront of a masonry revival.
Meet the Guy Behind the Facade of Instagram's @BrickofChicago. Once you've seen brick through Will Quam's eyes, Chicago will never look the same.
Block Bins is the newest entrant in the compost collection business. Can an opt-in approach to reducing food waste succeed where recycling's failed?
The original "Candyman" horror flick was set in 1990s-era Cabrini-Green. Jordan Peele's updated version is coming for the gentrifiers.