September 22, 2014

5 Things To Love About Chicago

If you are having trouble finding things to do in Chicago, try harder. Chicago is a city of culture and thrives on supplying its inhabitants with PLENTY to do. We’ve made it easy for you and narrowed it down to 5 Things To Love About Chicago:

1.David Bowie Is – This week the Museum of Contemporary Art is launching David Bowie Is, an exhibit that shows over 400 items that are particular to Bowie.

“Bowie’s work has both influenced and been influenced by wider movements in art, design, theater, and contemporary culture, and the exhibition subsequently focuses on his creative processes, shifting style, and collaborative work with diverse designers in the fields of fashion, sound, graphics, theater, and film.”

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2. Millennium Park – This is a  24.5 acre park, that houses the Jay Pritzker PavilionCloud Gate (the bean), the Crown Fountain, the Harris Theater, and the Lurie Garden (to name a few). The Jay Pritzker Pavilion hosts the Grant Park Music Festival, which is the nation’s only remaining free, municipally supported, outdoor, classical music series. Legacy-Chicago_03

 

3. Daniel H. Burnham Parkon the Lakefront – This park connects  to the south end of Millennium Park and is home to thMuseum Campuswhich includes the Adler PlanetariumShedd Aquarium and Field Museum. o-FIELD-MUSEUM-facebook

 

4. Indie Music Scene – There is always a new band on the horizon and downtown traveler lists the 5 places to hear indie bands in Chicago . Click here to read all about it.  Armin_Aragon_100909_by_delobbo

 

5.  FOOD – Chicago has surpassed New York in its food scene and the proof is in the food. Top chefs from around the world have opened their restraunts right here. Taste of Chicago is a great way to get your fill.  images

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