What We’re Reading
Chicago celebrates a bday, inside Lindsay Segal’s living space, and Blackhawks winning streak.
March 08, 2013
Daniel Carcillo of the Chicago Blackhawks celebrates his game-winning goal with teammates (LEFT TO RIGHT) Viktor Stalberg, Marcus Kruger, Niklas Hjalmarsson, and Johnny Oduya against the Colorado Avalanche at the United Center this past Wednesday evening.
The Chicago History Museum is busy prepping mannequins for next weekend’s Costume Ball and the opening of its “Inspiring Beauty: 50 Years of Ebony Fashion Fair” exhibit. Behind-the-scenes on how it’s done. [Chicago History Museum Blog]
Speaking of history, the Blackhawks are on a record hot streak (knock on wood!), and it’s thanks in large part to the goalies. [Huffington Post]
Meanwhile, consignment queen Lindsay Segal of Luxury Garage Sale opens the doors to her ultra-chic apartment. Expect collections of plates, tin robots, old-school hand molds, and—of course—vintage jewelry. [Daily Candy]
On the culinary side of things, chef Rick Bayless is getting mixed reviews on going national with a beer partnership. [Grubstreet Chicago]
But here’s something we’re definitely celebrating—Chicago’s birthday. Toast the city’s 176th year with a “Paris on the Prairie” cocktail, mixed at home or sipped at The Monkey’s Paw. [Chicagoist]
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Michigan Avenue celebrates with cover star Harrison Ford at Chicago Cut Steakhouse.