• Words with Guides
Words with Guides: Cynthia Ogorek

What better way is there to learn about the tours we offer, than to meet the guides who build them? Our latest installment is with Whoa! Guide Cynthia Ogorek, who created our Hidden Pullman: Sewers, Alleys and Women tour. Try Cynthia’s eATLAS tour of the Pullman district, Hidden Pullman: Sewers, Alleys and Women today! Use […]

August 19, 2022

  • Activities
Your Guide to Chicago Festivals: August 2022

Every month during street festival season, eAtlas will provide a rundown of the many events taking place throughout Chicago every weekend. August’s selection includes several art festivals, celebrations of Greek and Latin food and culture and even one event for classical music lovers. Check it all out below. Aug. 5-7 If you’re still craving live […]

August 5, 2022

  • Activities
Need a break from Lolla? We’ve got you covered!

Whether you bought a pass for one day or for the entire festival, there may be a few hours where you’ll want to escape Grant Park.  Why not check out some of our favorite spots? Chicago has tons of great dining options.  You probably know about the varieties of pizza types available here…and you have […]

July 29, 2022

  • City
Pilsen: Where Eastern Europe Meets Mexico

In the center of Pilsen sits Dvorak (Anton) Park. It’s fitting that the Lower West Side neighborhood boasts a tribute to the Bohemia-born composer of the “New World Symphony”. It’s not just because of the number of Bohemians who settled there but also because Pilsen, for most of its history, has been a place for […]

July 28, 2022

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  • Iconic Chicago
Iconic Chicago: Navy Pier – The Gate to the Big Blue

Our monthly series looks at some of the most famous locations in our city. We’ll explore the history of these places and why they have earned the love of residents and tourists alike. The latest installment of Iconic Chicago explores the history of Navy Pier. If you haven’t been to Navy Pier in a while, […]

July 26, 2022

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  • Food
The history of chocolate in Chicago and where to find sweet treats

Chocolate has been a part of our culinary history for about as long as the Chicago Dog. Check out the new tour and these tasty locations! If we had a say in these things, every day would be National Chocolate Day. And while it’s all good to celebrate by popping into your nearest drugstore and […]

July 7, 2022

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