Chicago was the center of attention recently as the 3rd Annual Beethoven Festival kicked off on Sept. 7th. Spanning nine days (from Sept. 7 – 15th), showcased 60 musical performances from 12 different countries. Top level talent from around the world gathered and demonstrated their unique skills during this cultural celebration, spotlighting 37 world premiers and six Chicago premiers.
Clark After Dark block party essentially celebrated our country’s soldiers; whether it be the Army, Navy, Marines and their families. An outstanding organization created by Franklin D. Roosevelt dating back to February 4, 1941, was once again acknowledged by enthusiastic Chicagoans recently outside of Boss Bar at 420 N. Clark …
Bette still has it as she dazzles the audience in her one woman show at the Booth Theater on Broadway portraying the remarkable Sue Mengers, the most powerful woman agent in Hollywood. Her performance was flawless and her timing impeccable.
Chicagoans turned their heads towards 300 N. La Salle as Chicago Cut Steakhouse was celebrating the debut of Harrison Ford’s new movie “42”, which captures the remarkable life story of baseball All Star Jackie Robinson.
The 85th annual Academy Awards entertained, sang, and laughed in extravagant Hollywood tradition during an unforgettable evening that featured a little bit of everything!
The Staples Center in Los Angeles came alive on Sunday, February 25th as the 55th annual Grammy Awards got underway and the world of music aficionados stood up and took notice.