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Chicago magazine 1h
Please refrain from touching the titanosaur.
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Chicago magazine 2h
In April, the launched the In This Together project, which collects digital submissions documenting the COVID-19 pandemic: socially distanced birthday parties, Zoom reunions, mask-sewing clubs, and communal sourdough starters.
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Chicago magazine 3h
Go on a day when it’s a little rainy or otherwise inclement and you can have the entire body of water to yourself.
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Chicago magazine 4h
On bookshelves real and virtual tomorrow:
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Chicago magazine 5h
Recent plans for the 91-acre peninsula have included a 12,000-seat amphitheater for stargazing and a staged shipwreck for divers to explore.
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Adam Morgan 6h
Just want to applaud for linking to local independent bookstores instead of Amazon in 's summer book preview.
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Newberry Library 7h
"This is a continuum in our effort to document human rights demonstrations for as far back as we can.” NL archivist via + . Also feat.
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Michael Taeckens 7h
- profiles Natasha Trethewey for : "Trethewey has delivered the kind of book that can only come from a writer at the height of her powers, a human at the height of her wisdom and pathos."
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Adam Morgan 6h
Please read 's stunning profile of in this month's . "I cannot get enough of walking on this lake."
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Chicago magazine 6h
During the height of shelter-in-place orders, the venerable FitzGerald's put on a series of “rolling performances” to bring joy to the west ’burbs.
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Natasha Trethewey was a freshman in college when officers showed up at her dorm: Her mother had been shot and killed by her stepfather. talks with the Pulitzer-winning poet about the extraordinary course her life has taken since that day.
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Regina Baiocchi 8h
¿Did a life of upheaval help make Natasha Trethewey a poet, or does it take a poet to process a life of upheaval? Sitting in her yard, I cannot believe her life hasn’t always been a solid house, bird song & veggie garden thriving in late-spring sun ☀️📚♥️
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Alex Sukhoy, M.B.A. 🌎 8h
In the , b4 hipster, cosplay & inclusion were trendy hot topics we of explored punk clothing & new wave music. We were all equal & free & we danced. Medusas was home. 30 Very ’80s Portraits of the Cool Kids at Medusa’s | Chicago magazine
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Chicago magazine 8h
COVID-19 stifled the local real estate market early on, but according to the leaders of 2019’s top two residential agent teams, its impact won’t last.
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Regina Baiocchi 9h
Unsung Composer: even if America’s not ready, i long to hear Primous Fountain’s music 🎶〰️✍🏽
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Tal Rosenberg 10h
Replying to @taylormooresays
2/ on the approach archivists and historians are taking to this moment in local history
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Tal Rosenberg 10h
At we published two stories last week on our website, with support from and , about how museums are responding to COVID-19 1/ on how local museums are adjusting interactive exhibits
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Chicago magazine 10h
The fair tax is the most important issue on the ballot this fall, and it shouldn’t be tied to Madigan, writes . One solution? The speaker’s resignation:
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Rose Miron Aug 1
A run down of how are leading the way to ensure black voices are recorded and centered in archival collections and how institutions like the and the are also taking up the call to document this historic moment.
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The Blackivists Aug 1
. making it plain: “As underrepresented folks, we have not always had access to the documentation...memory work as a term respects the ways that Black people have been traditionally locked out of those spaces.”
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