Cultural centers in Chicago see rising attendance numbers as they roll out apps and websites designed to give visitors a more involved experience.
Technology is changing how we interact with arts and entertainment, from watching TV to experiencing museums. But one group isn’t so quick to embrace certain innovations.
Dominating certain neighborhoods in Chicago, the city’s hipsters say little, but have a big presence.
By Eman Shurbaji
A growing number of Chicago residents are swapping traditional cable service for Internet TV. They want to move outside the confines of appointment-based TV and start watching shows where they want, when they want.