Join us in reading "The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay" by Michael Chabon and exploring the theme Heroes: Real & Imagined.…
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After 13 years in business, Sohn is closing his famed and beloved shop on Friday, October 3.
We're hosting events and exhibits in October that highlight contributions made by Polish Americans and Poles to America.
A former Buddhist monk and political prisoner, the Korean poet and activist speaks Thursday, October 2 at Harold Washington Library Center.
The inaugural Great Chicago Fire Festival brings a spectacle of fire to the Chicago River on Saturday, October 4.
In honor of National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month, explore how bullying affects teens through these books and movies.
Mayor Emanuel wants to hear your ideas to improve Chicago. Visit CHIdeas and add your voice to the conversation.
Critically acclaimed writer William Gibson used the term to describe online computer networks in his first novel, Neuromancer, in 1984.
Genealogy researchers present weekly lectures and discussions during Family History Month in October at Harold Washington Library Center.
The former president is a prolific author who's written on humanitarian work, aging, religion, human rights and more.
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As recognition of same-sex marriage grows, cartoonist Jeremy Sorese explores the idea of getting married in this exhibit on display at HWLC.
CPL Foundation Junior Board hosts a cocktail party! Join the lively discussion of the One Book, One Chicago theme, Heroes: Real & Imagined.…
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