Dive into St. Patrick’s Day in Chicago

Chicago police boat on a green Chicago River, Saint Patricks Day spectators on Michigan Avenue Bridge (DuSable Bridge) in background.

St. Patrick’s Day is one of Chicago’s most beloved events, especially since it marks the end of the cold, snowy winter and welcomes the beginning of spring. Listed as one of the top ten best St. Patrick’s Day events in the country by┬áCountry Living, Chicago Catalyst residents are fortunate to live close to the celebratory […]

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Celebrate a Thanksgiving Tradition with Chicago’s Annual Parade

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Thanksgiving just isn’t complete without the holiday staples; the smell of a juicy turkey roasting in the oven, the rowdy sounds of an exciting football game on TV. The warmth of a home filled with friends and family. You can kick off the festivities this year with a beloved annual tradition just a few minutes […]

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Mardi Gras in Chicago: 2 Ways to Celebrate

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It’s that time of year again, folks. Cast off the winter blues, because it’s time to celebrate Mardi Gras in Chicago! This year, New Orleans celebrates its 300th anniversary, making it the perfect time to join in the revelry. Luckily, there are several ways to do so without ever leaving Chicago. Check out these local […]

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