Sue, the largest and most complete T. rex skeleton, is back on permanent display at the Field Museum's Griffin Halls of Evolving Planet, better and even bigger, thanks to the addition of missing gastralia, or belly ribs, which truly round out the animal's form. Now you can see Sue in the context of their (the dinosaur's tweeting persona's preferred pronoun) ecosystem, which is to say surrounded by the fossils of the prey of this apex predator. An almost Sue-sized book, the Field Museum's double-elephant folio of John James Audubon's The Birds of America, will be on temporary display from April 19 through December. Our city's newest museum, the Chicago Brewseum, has a temporary exhibition on the history of beer in Chicago in the Rice Gallery until January 2020. Get the details at fieldmuseum.org.