Nightlife and hospitality guru Arturo Gomez returns to The Underground with a few new enterprises under his belt.
The Quad Cities is brimming with history and affordable activities.
Local associations partner to create their own futuristic fun world at the 18th Annual N.I.C.E Awards.
Crafted by award-winning bartender and spirits professional Peter Vestinos, this refreshing summer sipper—a gin and tonic at its heart—has been artfully infused by the spirits and flavors of Greece and the country’s cuisine. “The Chareau liqueur provides Mediterranean flavors of cucumber, mint, and lemon and the Verino Mastiha integrates a signature herbal resin flavor, while the cardamom adds a unique earthy and exotic note,” says Vestinos.
Andrea Hahn, general manager of Chicago’s new MB Ice Arena, knows her way around an ice rink.
Held at the United Center Sept. 21-23, 2018, the Laver Cup—a men’s tennis tournament pitting six top European players against six of their counterparts—marked the first time this major event has been held in the United States. Total event attendance was more than 93,000 people, with fans from around the world traveling to Chicago for an unforgettable experience with the game’s best players. “The Laver Cup was a huge win for Chicago,” says Kara Bachman, executive director of the Chicago Sports Commission.
Sports tourism in Illinois is much more than just a seat in the stadium.
Planners are putting wellness at the center of events.
From Peaches to Pyramids
With new facilities opening soon, organizers will have more venues to choose from than ever before.