By: Brenda Cervantes Grant Park is currently hosting their “22 Years of SummerDance,” Chicago’s annual outdoor dancing series. This is held from June 28–August 25, a month of celebrating with friends and family. Friday July 6, SummerDance hosted “Electric DJ...
By: Aaron C. Ramirez It’s blockbuster season. This Summer, “Avengers: Infinity Wars” hit it out of the park and follow-ups like “Solo: A Star Wars Story,” “Deadpool 2,” “Incredibles 2” continued the streak (ahh, sequels and prequels). We’re halfway...
By: Erika Smith   As apart of the summer events in the city, Millennium Park hosts “Movies in the Park” every Tuesday night for free. A great way to get out the house and enjoy a film for the night....
By: Cailey Griffin When some Chicagoans speak about their experience living in Chicago, they gush. These people excitedly share details about their latest visit to the Sears Tower, shopping sprees in the Gold Coast area, and Boat trips on Lake...
By: Sabi Reza With this summer’s record-breaking temperatures, pet owners are taking precautions in order to keep their pets cool this summer. Dog owner Sara Muro is one of many Chicagoans concerned with the escalating temperatures. “My dog Milo loves to...
By: Alexandra Gill People know Chicago for its deep-dish pizza, hot dogs, and the celebrities who are born and raised here. These are people who call Chicago their home. Kanye West, Michelle and Barack Obama, and Lauren Keyana Palmer are...
By: Abby Lowe Jena Gambaccini @chicityfashion Looking for a new fashion influencer this summer? Chi city fashion is the account to follow. With over 20k followers Jena Gambaccini takes her instagramers through Chicago while showing off her unique style....
By: Brenda Cervantes Over a million passengers take the CTA every day.  Taking the CTA avoids traffic and ridiculous parking prices. Also, driving does not show the beautiful skyline of the city like riding the train does. But riding...
By: Celia Borg We roam around the city of Chicago, unaware of the history of the buildings or roads we pass or occupy. We live in this huge metropolitan, clueless to the history of our surroundings.  Urban legends, a...
By: Brenda Cervantes Fourth of July is a celebration of our country’s independence. Although the holiday falls on a Wednesday this, won’t stop Chicagoans from lighting up fireworks. Fireworks are a popular activity, but they can get dangerous. According...

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