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I’ve been living near the Magnificent Mile and enjoying wandering around there—visiting Topshop, American Apparel and all those big stores. I’ll go to Lush and buy a whole bunch of bath bombs. 830 N. Michigan Ave., 312-280-6834; 46 E. Walton St., 312-255-8360; 835 N. Michigan Ave., 312-573-1805
During the play’s Chicago run, the cast would usually get dinner at an Italian restaurant called Orso’s in Old Town. It has a piano, a back patio and chandeliers—you kind of feel like you’re in an old-fashioned train car. I always get the arugula pizza. 1401 N. Wells St., 312-787-6604
I get my hair done at a salon called Sparrow in Logan Square. They make their own products and are just wonderful. I love it there. 2545 N. Milwaukee Ave., 773-486-9300
A really good book and zine store is Quimby’s. I’ve discovered some of my favorite cartoonists there. 1854 W. North Ave., 773-342-0910
There’s also a really good brunch spot in Wicker Park called The Bongo Room. It has Oreo pancakes! 1470 N. Milwaukee Ave., 773-489-0690