While the White House is known as being the permanent residence of the President of the United States, the President’s House in Philadelphia was home to the first two Commander-In-Chiefs. Located at 6th and Market Streets, the first two Presidents…Read more.
Want to experience The Far East in the Midwest? Chicago’s Chinatown community is one of the largest in the United States lauding 65,000 residents and if you are looking to experience Asian Culture in Chicago while you are in the…Read more.
All the Harvard (1350 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge MA) hoopla you hear out of the U.S. is not unjustified. This prestigious ivy-league school was established in 1636, making it the oldest university in the U.S. The school has produced eight U.S….Read more.
Looking for something fun and a little bit different to do this weekend in Chicago? Head to Tommy Gun’s Garage for an evening of fun… and food! Described as the longest-running interactive dinner show in the city, Tommy Gun’s Garage…Read more.
How many times have you watched Groundhog Day? If you are fascinated by the superstition of an additional six weeks of winter being determined by whether (pun intended) or not a groundhog sees his shadow on February 2, there is…Read more.
If you’re looking for the perfect respite from the bustle of city life, The Met Cloisters is it. The lesser-known branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Cloisters museum is dedicated to European medieval art. The museum building, built…Read more.