Tips and Articles for Chicago

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The third largest city in the United States, Chicago, is serviced by two international airports (O'Hare and Midway), 52 airlines, and countless cheap... Read More

An 80-story wooden skyscraper could pop up along Chicago’s riverfront within the next 10 years — if architecture firm Perkins + Will, alongside... Read More

This story originally appeared on People.com. Not even past presidents can avoid being called in for jury duty.Former President Barack Obama honored his... Read More

This story originally appeared on People.com.First marshmallows. Now pizza.After recently admitting he has never tried toasted marshmallows (blasphemy!)... Read More

Between notable openings and large-scale renovations at some of the city's best hotels, downtown Chicago is now peppered with no less than seven... Read More

NBA players from the Oklahoma City Thunder got a surprise when they got off their flight in Chicago this weekend: The front of their aircraft was badly... Read More

This is not your grandmother’s pumpkin pie.Frankly, pumpkin pie — or pumpkin-flavored foods in general — can spark quite a debate. There seems to be no... Read More

This story originally appeared on Fortune.com. The deadline for cities to apply to become Amazon’s second headquarters (or HQ2) is today. While... Read More

This story originally appeared on Time.com. Two aviation officers have been fired, and two others suspended , over the forced removal of a United... Read More

This story originally appeared on People.com. One Chicago local got the surprise of a lifetime on Saturday when Denzel Washington knocked on her front... Read More

Despite all the hype surrounding pumpkin spice lattes, Halloween festivities, and fall hikes, you might think fall had already snuck in and stolen the... Read More

The city of Chicago may soon be welcoming a new underground attraction to its mix. The Pedway, a network of pedestrian tunnels that run... Read More

This story originally appeared on Fortune.com. Adhering to the old adage, keep your enemies closer, Kohl’s has struck a deal to operate Amazon.com... Read More

As the elevator doors open on the 12th floor of Water Tower Place, it’s clear this is not the same Ritz-Carlton Chicago.Before, upon stepping into... Read More

A rule of thumb when talking to passengers: Choose your words wisely. Of course, pilots and flight crew usually do.One pilot on a United Airlines flight... Read More

This story originally appeared on FoodandWine.com. A Stranger Things bar seemed inevitable: The breakout Netflix hit is full of iconic food moments: A... Read More

This story originally appeared on Money.com. Back in the 1940s, Nat King Cole was already singing about Route 66’s open-road appeal. Today, Route 66 has... Read More

While you were busy snoozing away during your transatlantic journey, the cabin crew on your flight was likely working tirelessly to ensure your safety... Read More

Here’s the perfect place to get your martini shaken, not stirred.Safehouse Chicago, the second location to Milwaukee’s iconic 50-year-old bar and... Read More

The Windy City is a rising star on the LGBT traveler’s map, with a number of gay bars and clubs that rival anything you'd find in New York City — there... Read More

A Southwest Airlines flight that had taken off from Austin, Texas and was scheduled to arrive at Chicago’s Midway International Airport on... Read More

This story originally appeared on FoodandWine.com. Oreo is forging through one heck of a publicity campaign this summer. The list of new flavors is... Read More

As if flying weren’t stressful enough, between the long check-in lines, security, and the inevitable crying baby sitting next to you, now passengers... Read More

Travelers interested in seeing the country can do so this autumn for a cool $361 — and that’s the round-trip price tag.The Airfare Spot has strung... Read More

For travelers who might have a hard time making it to the gym, but still want to exercise on the road, Hilton has unveiled a new room design that puts... Read More

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