ICYMI, last week was the last episode of season one of the Go Forth podcast. We spoke with the brilliant Kelly Allison, and you won't want to miss it!
Season two will launch in the fall, and it's going to be even bigger and bolder than season one in so many ways (stay tuned!). In the meantime, please leave us a review on iTunes (click here!), and feel free to reach out and let us know what you think! We love feedback.
Now on to this week's events and reads...
GO, DO & SEE
June 23: Kristen Kaza & Slo 'Mo are throwing a Queer Pride Ball in Bloom.
June 25: Slow Food Chicago is hosting a summer solstice potluck with Chicago Honey Co-Op.
June 25: Lauren Ash is hosting Self Care Sunday.
June 27: June Food Book Club discusses Hope Jahren's Lab Girl.
June 27: Reunion hosts a potluck preview of Two Queens in a Kitchen.
July 1: Jenna Blazevich teams up with the Society for Typographic Arts for a radical calligraphy workshop.
July 6: Home Work Happy Hour is back again at Festive Collective.
July 13: Alia Dalal teaches a "Very Vegetable" edition of her clean eating workshop.
July 16: Bon Vivant pops up at West Elm with Cone Cakes.
READ, WATCH & STREAM
Episode 7 of Go Forth is out now, featuring Kelly Allison on shine.
Lauren Ash explores the life-changing magic of tidying up on Black Girl in Om.
The Chicago Tribune named Honey Butter Fried Chicken's fried chicken nachos (!) one of the 100 tastes to try right now.
Claire Hurwitz Staszak of Centered By Design was interviewed by IvyMark.
Julie Burwell gets the official tax expert scoop on what co-workers can deduct over at Deskpass.
The Living Room launched a new website.