Join OBOC and Lyric Opera for Chicago Voices Community Created Performances. Enter your story of community and you could win!
Max Grinnell takes us out of the past and into the future as he presents the transformative qualities of Chicago's public art initiatives.
Join us for live concerts featuring music that was developed in Chicago, presented by our partners at Old Town School of Folk Music.
Goodcity presents a workshop designed to help you navigate through the fundamentals of starting a non-profit organization.
In this guest blog, author Leslie Parry writes about the lessons her grandfather gave her about his hometown and life. #OBOC
The new documentary In The Game looks at four years in the life of a girls' soccer team at Chicago's Kelly High School. Discussion follows.
Join Art Institute of Chicago historians and community members in discussion about art and topics affecting communities across Chicago.
What is Chicago? Urbanologist Max Grinnell presents some history and discusses what Chicago might be in the future.
The most recognized action-sports figure in the world, skateboard legend Tony Hawk shares the story of what has inspired him to give back.
Money Smart Partner Karen Chan teaches how donating the smart way could mean tax breaks for you and greater results for your community.
Book discussions for The Third Coast, this year's #OBOC selection, are happening all over the city. Find one near you!
Now you can learn architectural and interior design skills in a very small scale with our “Really Tiny House” Maker Lab series!
The Third Coast presents a critically acclaimed history of Chicago at mid-century, featuring many of the incredible personalities that shaped American culture. Join us as we explore the theme of “Chicago: The City That Gives” through The Third Coast.
What if all of Chicago read the same book at the same time?