Buying your first home can be one of the most exciting and rewarding experiences of your life, but it can also be a scary and stressful process.
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It may be winter, but here in Chicago we’ll be taking in some springtime fun this weekend as we look forward to the start of another baseball season!
Lakeview: Need a fun MLK day activity for the kiddos? Get to Tuco and Blondie for Kids Movie Night and a showing of Toy Story 3! This Monday, January 20 at 5:30 pm, your kiddos will enjoy a buffet, popcorn, and a sweet treat.
Looking for lunch? The following restaurants have you covered: Bar Takito: Start with your choice of appetizer. Choose from Pineapple Guacamole: goat cheese, grilled pineapple, basil, red onion, sundried tomato; or Esquites: roasted corn, morita emulsion, crispy corn, aleppo pepper, queso fresco, and cilantro.
We sometimes forget that our indoor plants might need special attention during the winter months. With a little more care, they can come through the season healthy and thriving.
It’s easy to overlook some of the things that can affect your budget and purchasing power when you’re considering a home, and one of the biggest factors that buyers overlook is the cost of their daily commute.
Now that the holidays are officially over, it’s time to plan things to look forward to that will get us through another winter here in Chicago! Although it’s been a mild one so far!!
Lincoln Park: The DePaul Art Museum features a Gallery Conversation and Book Signing with artist Julia Fish. On January 29 from 6 to 7:30 pm, this event is free and open to anyone.
Chicago Restaurant Week is almost here! If you’re a foodie, then you’ve probably had it on your calendar for months. Not a foodie? Never heard of Restaurant Week? Don’t you worry- I’ve got your back!
The weather around Chicago this year has been a little crazy. There wasn’t much cold weather till around Thanksgiving when we had our first snow. Then it was unseasonably warm through Christmas with some 60-degree days!