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  • McCall invokes Rouse in design for Symphony Woods Park

    McCall invokes Rouse in design for Symphony Woods Park
    Michael McCall's first impression of Jim Rouse dates back to the 1981, when, on a trip to Baltimore as a young developer, he picked up a copy of Time magazine with the iconic Columbia founder on the cover.
  • William Boulton 'Bo' Kelly Jr., architect and preservationist

    William Boulton 'Bo' Kelly Jr., architect and preservationist
    William Boulton "Bo" Kelly Jr., a Baltimore architect, preservationist and civic leader who founded Baltimore Heritage and helped establish the Baltimore's Commission for Historical & Architectural Preservation, died Wednesday at Gilchrist Hospice in...

    Tuesday: Eat. Drink. Do.

    Tuesday: Eat. Drink. Do.
    EAT Chocolate Chip Cookies (Free!) Sprinkles Cupcakes 50 E. Walton St. 312-573-1600 Line up at the Gold Coast bakery to get one of 100 free samples of the California-based chain's new cookie line, which is currently only for sale in bake-at-home...

    Inaugural Lively Water Whiskey Festival coming to Field Museum this fall

    Inaugural Lively Water Whiskey Festival coming to Field Museum this fall
    For those who missed the annual Whisky Advocate WhiskyFest this past spring—either because of the $200 ticket price or how quickly the event sells out each year—there's a new whiskey festival option this year.  Lively Water Whiskey Fest,...

    Chicago's Museum Campus planning hardly an exercise in democracy

    Chicago's Museum Campus planning hardly an exercise in democracy
    The guy in the black shirt had a confused look on his face. "Are you from here?" he said, which is what tourists ask when they're in desperate need of directions. Our lost tourist had been walking east on Roosevelt Road when he confronted a sign near...