Art & Museums, Museum, Museums

Chicago’s Free Museum Days for Summer 2019

Chicago, being one of the world’s great cities, is home to an assortment of world-class museums and cultural institutions. Featuring an ever-changing roster of historically and culturally significant exhibits, Chicago […]

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Food, Museums

Toast 85 Years Since Repeal of Prohibition: Bourbon, Dancing and More at the Chicago History Museum

It’s not too late to order your tickets to celebrate the 85th Anniversary of the Repeal of Prohibition.  This august event is Thursday, December 6 from 7 – 11 p.m. […]

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Beyond, Soapbox

The Fire at Museu Nacional Rio de Janeiro, The Field Museum, and the Treasures in Our Own Backyard

The first thing I thought of when I first heard the news of the devastating fire at the Museu Nacional in Rio de Janeiro was something I saw in one of the […]

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Beyond, Front page, Stages

Meet the 3CR Staff: Nancy Bishop, Editor in Chief and Theater Critic

chess pavilion, lincoln park, nancy bishop

“When I was in high school we came here. I was in a girl gang at Steinmetz High School, and I was the only one who drove, so four or […]

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Architecture, Art & Museums, Beyond, Museum, Museums, Painting & sculpture, Parks and zoos, Photography, Sculpture

Your Definitive Guide to Chicago Museum Week 2018

It’s about to be Museum Week in Chicago. Every January, while it’s too cold to enjoy the lakefront, rooftop bars and generally being outside for more than five minutes, the […]

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Beyond, Food, Parks and zoos

Dog Day Afternoon: Chicago Hot Dog Fest a Delicious Diversion 

[soliloquy id=”16433″] Friday marked the beginning of the Chicago Hot Dog Fest. And though some clouds threatened when the festival first kicked off at Stockton and LaSalle near the Chicago […]

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Front page

Your Chicago Curated Weekend: 8/10 – 8/13

This weekend is looking full of some pretty great events! It’s overflowing with concerts, reading, and unique events that make Chicago such a great city to live in. So whether […]

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