5 Spring break destinations within driving distance of Chicago

Looking for spring break options that don't start with $1,000 in airfare? Try these regional hotspots intsead, each within a three-hour drive of Chicago.  Read...

 

"Hair" good fun but not for families

The Tony Award-winning revival playing at the Oriental Theatre this month touches on important issues of the '60s, like war, racism, religion and unwed pregnancy. Read...

 

Music Institute of Chicago opens its doors for a day of can't-miss family fun

The Music Institute of Chicago is throwing open the doors of its Nichols Concert Hall on March 19. Read...

 

'Tornado Alley' roars onto the big screen at Museum of Science and Industry

The world premiere of Omnimax film "Tornado Alley" at MSI proves that when it comes to twisters, you haven't seen anything yet. Read...

 

6 places to find lions and lambs this March in Chicago

In the spirit of that old adage, here's where to find both lions and lambs in Chicagoland this March. Read...

 

A tour of Bronzeville for families

Despite its name, this bustling Chicago tourist destination is as good as gold. With a thriving culture enhanced by world-class gospel, ja ...  Read...

 

Your name could get you into the Willis Tower for free

Anybody named Patrick -- first, middle or last -- can get into the Skydeck for free all day on Saturday, March 12. Get the details! Read...

 

Judges say Chicago Parent rocks (and who are we to disagree?)

Well, we're just back from D.C. and we come with some hardware. Chicago Parent was named best parenting publication in America.  Read...

 
 







 
 
 
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