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Filed Under:United States / Chicago
Posts on Regator:43874
Posts / Week:127.1
Archived Since:March 20, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Pencil This In: Become A Mad Scientist Of Chocolate

Learn about the science of chocolate while eating it. [ more › ]

Around Town: Party

  We can't wait for tonight's party and found some festive photos to get us and you in the mood. [ more › ]

Chicagoist's Cider(s) Of The Month: Spain's Ciders

Spain's ciders are a little different than the ciders you may be familiar with. [ more › ]

Chicago International Film Festival: Final Thoughts and Films

As the book closes on Chicago International Film Festival's 50th edition, here are some suggestions for improvement for next year. [ more › ]

Today's Weather: Having A Party

It's a perfect day to come inside, drink some beer and play some video games. [ more › ]

Extra Extra: Federal Hiring Monitor Appointed To IDOT

Dealing a blow to Gov. Pat Quinn, a federal judge appointed a monitor to oversee hiring at the Illinois Department of Transportation, which has been beset by hiring scandals. [ more › ]

The Best Places For Bespoke Fashion In Chicago

Here's where to go when you want to dress to impress. [ more › ]

A Newbie’s Guide to French Cheese

All you need to know welcome French fromage into your life. [ more › ]

Dave McKinney, Sun-Times Springfield Bureau Chief, Resigns

McKinney wrote one of the most eloquent "take this job and shove it" letters you'll ever read. [ more › ]

Wednesday Afternoon Diversion: Dachshund's Creek

What happens when four friends—who are dachshunds—living in the small fictional seaside town called Capeside, Massachusetts in the latter half of their freshman year come of age together? We're sure it's going to be an emotional rollercoaster. [ more › ]

Archbishop Cupich To Live In Holy Name Cathedral Rectory

It's a refreshing display of humility for the future leader of Chicago's Catholic Church. [ more › ]

King Diamond Brings Out All The Stops To The Vic

On his first tour in 11 years, the metal legend was in fine form. [ more › ]

Extra Extra: Marina City Residents Asked To Not Bother Nik Wallenda

Marina City residents have been asked to not do anything stupid when Nik Wallenda walks a tightrope from there to the Leo Burnett Building next weekend. [ more › ]

Music Video Of The Day: Andrew W.K. 'Party Hard'

Who better to help us ring in 10 years than a man who made partying hard a career and life philosophy? [ more › ]

Reflecting On 10 Years of Chicagoist

It takes a village to build a website. We salute the villagers (including you) who had a hand in making Chicagoist what it is today. [ more › ]

Local Bands To Play Wrigley Field Next Summer, Allow Foo Fighters To Close For Them

Foo Fighters are coming back to Wrigleyville and they're bring a bunch of hometown heroes along for the ride. [ more › ]

Thursday Afternoon Diversion: Chicago Hates Speed Cameras

If there's anything Chicagoans hate, it's being ticketed. [ more › ]

Check Out This Very Busy Map Of Immigration Trends From 1903

Cartography certainly has come a long way over the centuries when it was believed the earth was flat. [ more › ]

An Evening With Alan Cumming: A Cocktail Of Laughter, Realization, And Lovely Lyricism

Despite spitting skies, a line formed for Alan Cumming's conversation with former Chicago magazine editor Dick Babcock at the Music Box Monday night. [ more › ]

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