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Day 9 Chicago

We visit the The McCormick Bridgehouse & Chicago River Museum to celebrate the Chicago River and its world-famous movable bridges.Michigan Avenue bridge aka DuSable bridge view from the McCormick Bridgehouse Museum.  715 more words


The Magnificent Mile Lights Festival is This Saturday!

If you’re headed Downtown for tomorrow night’s Magnificent Mile Lights Festival, here’s the important times you need to know:

-The parade runs from 5:30 PM to just before 7 along Michigan Avenue from Oak Street to Wacker Drive. 73 more words


(Insert Your Name Here)'s Day Off in Chicago

In the mid-1980’s it seemed like all the best things were coming out of Chicago. The Bears. Deep dish pizza. And of course, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. 619 more words


Ice Skating Opens This Weekend In Millennium Park!

It may not feel like ice skating weather this weekend (Saturday is suppose to be in the 50’s and Sunday in the 60’s) but the ice skating rink along Michigan Avenue (at Washington) will open this weekend. 95 more words


Ice Skating At Millennium Park Opens Friday, Maggie Daley Ribbon Opening Soon

CHICAGO (CBS) — In yet another sign that winter is upon us, downtown ice skating opens up again this weekend.

Skaters at Millennium Park (Michigan Avenue and Washington Street) can hit the ice rink starting on Friday. 283 more words


125 Moments: 018 Riccardo Muti's first concert as music director


On September 19, 2010, Riccardo Muti officially began his tenure as the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s tenth music director, leading a free concert in Millennium Park… 429 more words

Chicago's Christmas Tree On The Move From Northlake To Millennium Park

CHICAGO (CBS) — The city’s official Christmas tree was cut down Monday morning from in front of a home in west suburban Northlake.

“The tree here is a Colorado blue spruce, and it’s 63 feet tall,” said Mary Slowik, spokeswoman for the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events. 164 more words