Institute of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture
The Institute fills the old horse stables in Humboldt Park. It's worth a stroll inside to see what free art and cultural exhibits are...
This 207-acre park, which lends its name to the surrounding neighborhood, comes out of nowhere and gobsmacks you with Mother Nature. A...
Paseo Boricua, aka the Puerto Rican Passage, is a mile-long stretch of Division St stuffed with Puerto Rican shops and restaurants. It’s...
Chicago’s music insiders fawn over the Empty Bottle, the city’s scruffy, go-to club for edgy indie rock, jazz and other beats. Monday’s...
With red-checked tablecloths, a free-play jukebox piled with classic rock and country, and a menu of southern home cookin’, Feed has the...
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Lonely Planet review
The Clipper's retro linoleum and Naugahyde decor hasn't changed much since it opened in 1937. Guys in bowling shirts and ladies in thrift store dresses dig the cheap cocktails and weekend bands (often alt-country tinged). Eventually curiosity will lead you try the house drink: the purple martin, a fizzy mix of grape soda and coconut rum.