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On an organic farm in Illinois, a weekend of cushy tent camping and Mediterranean-inspired cooking reinforces the ties that bind us—deliciously and indelibly—to the land.
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Genius. Murder. Affairs. No architect packed more drama into a lifetime than Frank Lloyd Wright, who left a thousand stories in a collection of Midwest homes open for tours.
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What’s for dinner? Where are we going? The element of surprise shapes Yo Soy Underground Suppers’ unconventional (and delightful) meals.
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Fresh doughnuts, savory crepes and lobster roll sandwiches are just a few of the reasons to visit Chicago French Market below downtown Chicago's Ogilvie Transportation center.
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Lego Pro Adam Tucker talks about architectural feats created for a new exhibit at Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry.
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Midwest restaurants turn grilled cheese sandwiches into a gourmet entrée your grade school self would never recognize.
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Even if you’re a moscow mule devotee, a sip or two of these Chicago mocktails may convince you to expand your liquid horizons.
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With apologies to Tennyson, in spring our fancy turns to thoughts of...finally getting back outside. Three of Chicago's newest parks give us the outlets we need.
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In our November/December 2015 issue, we feature a knock-out...

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Keep champagne popping well past the holidays with our tips for where to drink sparkling wine in the Midwest, and what to eat with it, too.

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