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Weekly Photo Challenge: Peek

The top of the Crain Communications Building (formerly the Smurfit-Stone) rising above the trees in Millennium Park.  It is a perception photo.  The trees are at least 4 blocks away from where the building sits on the corner of Randolph and Michigan in Chicago. 20 more words

Weekly Photo Challenge

Chicago Photography by Steve Rotter

Chicago Photography by Steve Rotter

Hello all. Being I’m a photographer and cinematographer, I feel it’s of course only fitting that I post some of my work. 199 more words

ART And Media

Celebrating Frank Lloyd Wright's 150th Anniversary

If you ask the average person to name a famous American architect, the answer would most certainly be – Frank Lloyd Wright. An American icon, Wright shaped and inspired modern architecture like no one else. 105 more words

Chicagoarchitecture

"I'm on a boat!"

When you live in Chicago, being a tourist in your own city can be an absolute blast, especially in the summer. A few months ago, my BCF (best cousin friend, duh) and I treated ourselves to a Sunday funday boat tour and lunch date to shake our winter blues and prepare for springtime Chi. 90 more words

Travel

Let's Walk! Dearborn Street in the Gold Coast

A few years ago, I read the book “The Paris Wife” by Paula McLain. I read at the recommendation of a friend who knew I loved everything about Paris. 673 more words

Chicago Life

Chicago Architecture Foundation Gala 2017 Make No Small Plans

Get Tickets for the Chicago Architecture Foundation’s 2017 GALA

No Small Plans

“CAF is a nonprofit cultural organization with tours, exhibitions, programs and events for all ages. 285 more words

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Is This a Suspended Reading Room?

Chicago is full of surprises. You can walk down a nondescript street staring at the cement sidewalk so you don’t trip, round a corner, glance up, and find yourself starting at an unusual crevice or building. 166 more words

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