1st Issue of The Chicagoan is 194 Pages and Brought Back From the 30s

 - Jul 18, 2012
References: thechicagoanmedia.org & selectism
The Chicagoan magazine was last seen in the 20s and 30s, competing with the New Yorker as a publication about the city's culture and lifestyle.

This year, the first issue of the recently resurrected read runs 194 pages long and is sold not-for-profit. It is headed by Editor-in-Chief J.C. Gabel, who is known for preserving the history of the Windy City. However, the dense journal is not hard to digest as it is filled with juicy arts, culture and history need-to-knows without the input from pesky ads. There is just page after page of an biannual publication that is as steeped in knowledge and innovation inspiration as the vibrant city is.

The inaugural issue features a relationship study between film critics Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert. Look out for this monstrous magazine to blow you away!