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Chicago midweek special – Andy Warhol, Guilty Feminist and so much food by Ann Treacy
January 12, 2020, 7:02 pm
Filed under: Chicago, Uncategorized

Mom and I took a quick trip to Chicago to see Katie and family of course – but also to see the Andy Warhol exhibit before it closes and to check out the Guilty Feminist podcast. Mostly this is a picture post – but there are a few things I should point out:

  • The small plates at Libertad (in Skokie) aren’t really small. But they are delicious.
  • Warhol was always cool. Will always be cool.
  • I need an idea of replication as social commentary like Warhol had. And maybe some artistic skill – but I feel like an idea might be enough.
  • Sometimes I think the Art Institute of Chicago is designed like a grocery store to encourage you to walk down aisles you might not otherwise walk down.
  • They pick the toughest docents/guards to work the modern wing of the Art Institute because that’s where you could have the most fun taking awesome pictures if you weren’t scared of the guards.
  • The Palmer House is always in fashion. (In fact the day I got home I heard The Moth story that took place at the Palmer House -on the 18th floor where we were!!)
  • The Goat and the Girl has amazing food. The waiters are very good and will organize your orders in the way you should be fed. (Like a wine dinner but with food so you don’t have the heavy Cab of food on round one.)
  • The Guilty Feminist is at least as fun to see live. We learned about the importance of reporters and the free press and diversity in reporting. I will include the link to the live show once it’s available.
  • A walk to Millennium Park for a picture with The Bean is always worth it.
  • Flying is no fun.

The hotel & food!

Guilty Feminist & Millennium Park


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Wonderful collage! You all look radiant!

Comment by Richard Broderick




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