The legacy of the brilliant artist Matt Lamb was honored Sunday night at the River East Art Gallery (Matt Lamb Museum) as hundreds of friends, family, and dignitaries gathered — some from as far away as Spain, Germany, and the U.K.
Celebrating the Grammys this year was unusually challenging by the untimely death of Whitney Houston. However, music’s finest artists pulled together to make the night spectacular.
A 2011 Retrospective, The New Year always brings many new thoughts and promises as well as past memories. I feel very fortunate to be able to share with all of you some of my wonderful and special moments. The following photos are of this past year, and each and every …
New York Fashion Week 2011 officially starts like the Christmas tree in “Miracle on 34th Street”, New York city shops lit up, opened their doors, and started pouring the champagne. Fashionistas from around the country flocked to New York City to celebrate Fashion Week, which spotlights such popular names as …
The AMC River East 21 movie theatre was the site of the 47th Chicago International Film Festival Summer Gala on Friday, August 19th. So significant was this event that Governor Quinn proclaimed Aug. 19th “Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez Day” throughout the state of Illinois.
The long awaited “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” finally premiered on Broadway Tuesday night (June 14th) before a star-studded audience that included severable notable Chicagoans and Bono and the Edge (from U-2) who provided Spider-Man’s music and lyrics.
Matt Lamb, an internationally recognized artist in generous collaboration with Mr. Juan Javier Bofill presented to the city of Chicago, The Museum of Private Collections featuring the Work of Dali and Lamb
Chicago’s United Center was filled with entertainment’s elite for Oprah’s surprise farewell spectacular. Speculation of who would be in attendance was the talk of the town for days, but Oprah’s team remained tight-lipped in order to create one of the biggest surprises for the talk show legend while taping her final shows.
Designer extraordinaire, Quinton de’Alexander, is hosting an “Unforgettable” celebration of song, glamour and fashion on Sat. June 25. Mr. de’ Alexander will unveil his anticipated “Gem Collection” at the Chicago Center for the Performing Arts, 777 N. Green St.
The Benjamin Marshall Society held an outstanding gala at the Drake Hotel to honor the visions of the beloved and brilliant Benjamin Marshall. This historic architect presented Chicago with some of the most famous buildings in the city.