The Chicago Theatre is one of the most photographed buildings in Chicago, but most of the photographs feature the vertical script that spells out Chicago on the 6-story sign attached to the building. Built in 1921, the theatre was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. What many photographers miss is the archway above the marquee, with its elaborate carvings.
The corner of State and Randolph, where Marshall Fields once had its flagship store--now operated as Macy's. Middle of October in Chicago, means heavier outer wear.
An illy coffee shop located in the NBC Tower is noteworthy for its simplicity.
The Tiny Hatt is one of several bars and eateries that call the just completed Chicago River Walk home.