Marco Foster’s Stylish Fundraising Continues with The Grinch Who Gave Back Christmas
It is now the time of year that tends to inspire our gratitude, and this holiday season Marco Foster is grateful to be alive. After facing death and winning the fight against a life-threatening brain tumor, this notable Chicagoan is firmly in control of his life and vows to live every day to the fullest.
Chicago Human Rhythm Project: Jubalee… Tap Into the Night
The Pritzker Stage at Millennium Park came alive recently as the Chicago Human Rhythm Project (C.H.R.P.) celebrated their 25th year silver anniversary.
Oktoberfest Continues in Chicago – A Brief History & Where to Celebrate This Year!
This year’s Oktoberfest may have ended in Germany, but the celebration continues in the Windy City. Read on for a brief history of the world’s largest festival, and learn where you can celebrate in Chicago.
Shadow Town II: The Johns
Shadow Town II: The Johns explores the role that cultural views of masculinity play in the perpetuation of sex crimes. A Chicagoland epidemic, the sex trafficking of young girls and women is a devastating crime that has consequences extending beyond the immediate violence and exploitation involved in the transactions themselves. …
The Women’s Board of the MCA Hosts Art Expo Chicago’s Vernissage at Navy Pier
Art connoisseurs from all over the world converged on Navy Pier on Sept. 18th as the Women’s Board of the MCA was delighted to once again host Vernissage – the opening of the Art Expo Chicago.
Why Might There Be No 15th Dalai Lama? Pure Politics.
Last week the Dalai Lama, the religious leader of the Tibetan people, announced that he might not reincarnate, a suggestion that has sparked a flurry of commentary and speculation about the future of the Tibetan independence movement. All of this controversy over whether the Dalai Lama will or won’t reincarnate …
Evening on Astor an Elegant Block Party
Hundreds of Gold Coast residents showed up for the 32nd Annual Astor St. party, unofficially referred to as “50 Shades of Stanley, An Evening with Astor Street”.
The Lazarus Conspiracies Premiers in Chicago
Chicago’s literary society wonderfully turned out for the Chicago premier of acclaimed Streeterville novelist Richard Rose’s new murder mystery “The Lazarus Conspiracies.”
The 68th Annual Tony Awards
For the 68th time since 1946, the world of entertainment turned its attention to Broadway during its premier night showcasing the best of all talent; from actors and actresses to directors, choreographers, etc.
Chicago Lighthouse for the Blind Gala 2014
The Chicago Lighthouse is a non-profit agency devoted to ” …. providing the highest quality educational, clinical, vocational, and rehabilitation services for children, youth, and adults who are blind ” “Seeing What’s Possible” was the theme for this year’s annual Gala, a wonderful dinner party at The Four Seasons Hotel …