- Chicago Airport Parking Reservation Service Now Available
- Food Trend Predictions for 2016
- Ritz-Carlton Chicago to Begin Major Makeover
- Chicago Auto Show Sneak Peek
- Six Business Travel Trends to Track
- SPiN Bar and Restaurant Bringing 20 Ping-Pong Tables to River North
Reserved parking is now available at O'Hare and Midway International airports. The service allows travelers the chance to secure a parking space near the terminal before ever leaving home. Advance booking ensures a convenient, covered space and saves time.
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Chicago’s Kendall College boasts the city’s No. 1 culinary arts program. The school's vice president of culinary Chris Koetke shares what he sees coming down the restaurant and food trend line in 2016. Hint: A new nutrient-laden grain makes its debut, wine expands to more obscure regions, and home dining meets Instagram.
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The 434-room Ritz-Carlton Chicago is launching a multimillion-dollar makeover that will be done in two phases starting in early 2016. Facelift highlights include a new Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge resembling a high-end residential apartment complete with a separate library available for private events.
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First staged in 1901, the Chicago Auto Show is the largest auto show in North America and has been held more times than any other auto exposition on the continent. This year marks the 108th edition of the Chicago Auto Show.
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Airline surcharges and upsells, U.S. and Mexican airline freedom, big chain hotel industry growth and more.
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A New York original backed by Oscar-winning actress Susan Sarandon, ping-pong-focused SPiN Bar and Restaurant is planning its Chicago soft opening for mid-February.
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