Topics-
Products +
     

Chicago Questions and Answers (Q&A)

Rupert pennypacker recieved the blue ribbon for the best gooseberry pie but grandma was the one who baked it. she was afraid that her pie would lose against ms.pennypacker so she switched the nametags on the pies. grandma has a right to be afraid but she interfered with the contest. she should have either faced her fears or not entered the contest until she was more confident. it ends up her pie won and ms.pennypacker got the credit. all in all, i think grandma dowdel could have handled the situation in a better and more positive way. this had a big affect on the whole contest.

Continue Reading

3 Answers

How did you solve that? What is the formula?
I cannot figure out the answer is 7.2

2 Answers

I guess visiting Chicago might feel more personal but although well equipped for enjoying sports events and culture, Chicago can't match New York for excitement or experience, let alone for variety. You have to see the main sights but also Brooklyn and the boat to Staten Island.


There's so much to photograph, a hop-on and off bus tours you round a lot of the places yo'd want to see. Whatever your interests, New York can satisfy them. Chicago is great and has a good music scene, but can't compete.

Continue Reading

1 Answer

You will want to visit the Willis tower and the Navy Pier as well as the John Hancock Center and the Cloud Gate in Chicago. There are three major sports events fields and a great museum - the Field Museum of Natural History. This is only one of several museums in Chicago. The Polish museum and DuSable museum of African American history are well worth a visit. You should also go to the art gallery at the Art Institute of Chicago.


I wouldn't miss the Buckingham fountain, the planetarium or the aquarium. There are three theatres, and more art galleries such as the Museum of Contemporary Art, as well as other interesting buildings like the Auditorium and Water Tower Place. You won't be at a loss for things to do in Chicago.

Continue Reading

1 Answer

I haven't sampled the night life in Chicago myself but am reliably told that all of the many Chicago districts offer night time entertainment. There are apparently over 380 bars and clubs alone! You might be best trying the blues club, Blue Chicago first. This is said to have great mood as well as great music. If you're older and not too adventurous, then Kingston Mines is a safe choice if not wildly exciting. Winters Jazz Club is good if you're more selective: excellent music I'm told as well as craft cocktails.


For something really different and memorable try an evening of magic. Chicago Magic Lounge offers a full evening's entertainment with magicians performing card tricks at the bar or table, a library of magic materials, secret doors and an amazing intimate art-deco style theater with offering music, magic and more. If I was a tourist in Chicago, I'd make my best night here.

Continue Reading

1 Answer

It is misleading to say that Chicago is a windy city although it is like Wellington in New Zealand - attracting wind and inotable for the number of windy days and the strength of the wind.

True, gusts come off Lake Michigan but Chicago is windy in general.However, iIt gained the name of windy city because a prominent person stated that its politicians were full of hot air, i.e. he didn't think much of their arguments.

Continue Reading

1 Answer

Chicago is famous because it is home to the first skyscraper. It is one of the biggest US cities and has a lot for tourists to enjoy. Some of its fame is not enviable, for instance the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. The story is that Mrs. O'Leary's cow kicked over a lantern and started the fire that burned out 4 sq miles of Chicago.


Chicago is also famous for the St. Valentine's Day Massacre . The Sears Tower was once the tallest building in the world but even now people love to visit it, and there's plenty of culture in Chicago too.

Continue Reading

1 Answer

Yes, visit. Unless a place is tremendously unsafe, like during a war, always visit. Travel broadens the mind. You may find hanging out with people there changes your views, your outlook, and in any case there is a lot to do.


There are two universities, several museums, a good art gallery, downtown music scene and the temperature's cool and comfortable for the most part - 11-15 degrees. Stay downtown and enjoy the scene.

Continue Reading

1 Answer

Loading, please wait...

Email Sent
We have sent an email to your address "" with instructions to reset your password.