Here's everything we've been reading this week that we just don't want you to miss out on:
Belgian designer Dries Van Noten thinks men are dressing more adventurously than women right now. Read his thoughts on the state of the fashion industry in the Instagram age and more in a Q&A with GQ Style. (GQ)
Chicago's Shedd Aquarium opened an art exhibit Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea. The sculptures, created with plastic beach trash to raise awareness of plastic consumption and pollution, are scattered throughout the aquarium and are on view until September 2018. (Shedd Aquarium)
With 15 different restaurants scattered throughout the city, there's something for every taste on Chicago Magazine's list of the Best New Restaurants. (Chicago Magazine)
In heart-warming news, the Chicago White Sox hired a grounds crew member who served 23 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit. Thanks to the Innocence Project, an organization that uses DNA evidence to exonerate those wrongfully accused of crimes, Nevest Coleman was released just in time for Opening Day. (MLB)
And speaking of baseball, Esquire put in the legwork to highlight the best thing to eat at every Major League stadium in the country. We have our work cut out for us this summer. (Esquire)
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