This sculpture, created by Joseph J. O’Connell in 1969, is dedicated to the 160 American dentists who died in wars during the 20th century. The curved arms and sweeping lines of the parents clothing create an environment that protects the child.
Makeovers on The Mile
I’m a city girl at heart who has always had a soft spot for the beauty world. And what better place than right here on The Magnificent Mile to explore some of the best names in beauty? I love trying new products and services to see which is right for me. Read moreRead more
A True Chicago Experience
Did you know the hand painted murals throughout the Intercontinental Chicago Magnificent Mile were restored by Lido Lippi, who was also consulted to restore the murals of the Sistine Chapel? The south tower of the building opened its doors in 1929 as the Medinah Athletic Club, a lavish space that... Read moreRead more