Fleurotica: Infinite Beauty, the runway show held at the Museum of Contemporary Art and benefiting the Garfield Park Conservatory’s Horticulture Hall. The first Fleurotica, presented by the Conservatory Alliance in 2008, was a special event as part of the Conservatory’s 100th birthday celebration and was a visual homage to the …
Symbolic of his astonishing success as a business man and outstanding accomplishments as a philanthropist, two of Richard Driehaus’s classic show cars stood outside of 401 N. Racine as the Beethoven Festival 2013 Kick-Off Celebration began and guests lingered around the stunning, vintage Cadillac and Lincoln automobiles.
Oh, what a night! I was very touched to see so many wonderful friends and colleges at my celebration party for the all new IOnTheScene!
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.
Today we are visiting with Carol Prins, an extraordinary woman and philanthropist who has devoted her life to numerous Chicago institutions and has been a long time supporter of the Goodman Theatre. She also played a leadership role for the plays Red and Sweet Bird of Youth…
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.
Hollywood’s elite were in the spotlight on Sununday, January 13th as thousands gathered for the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards at the elegant Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Words can’t describe the beauty of this town. This time of year there are so many wonderful events and happenings going on, that each day is like a fantasy frenzy. Indeed the days between Christmas and New Year’s Eve in Aspen are quite unique.
David Mamet’s Pulitzer Prize-winning classic returns to Broadway, starring iconic actor Al Pacino as a real estate salesman embroiled in an all-out war with his colleagues over who sells the most property.