Fifteen short years ago Robert De Niro, Craig Hatkoff, and Jane Rosenthal founded the Tribeca Film Festival as a response to the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center, to restore the unique vitality which they noticed was missing in the lower Manhattan neighborhood of Tribeca. Radio City Music Hall …
The Chicago History Museum played host for the Chicago premier of Café Society, the latest film from four-time Oscar winner and prolific director and screenwriter Woody Allen (46 films and counting!). Hosted by Metropolitan Capital the event was in collaboration with Amazon Studios and Executive Producer Ron Chez, a venture capitalist …
The World Economic Forum in Davos sees itself as the playground of the world’s economic and political elite. Usually the forum is dedicated to the hard realities of poverty, climate change, economic growth, etc. often to the exclusion of softer, but no less important, topics. And it rarely plays host to Hollywood types.
Flamboyant parties hosted by celebrities such as Sean Penn (with G. Armani), Jason Binn (Du Jour magazine), and world renowned designer Diane von Furstenburg added fuel to an already electric atmosphere as Hollywood celebrated it’s 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, Jan. 12th
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.
I am sure you have seen many articles written on the stars and fashion surrounding this year’s Academy Awards. I have chosen to highlight a personal experience with the talented and award winning Best Actor Colin Firth, a man with a very inviting smile and kind demure.
Before attending the biggest event in Hollywood, “The Oscars” Irene had an opportunity to attend an earlier function at the Beverly Hills Hotel called “The Night of 100 Stars.”
Chicago celebrity chiropractor, Dr. James Stoxen DC, has become the in-demand backstage doctor when major touring acts hit Chicago. You may not have heard of him yet, but the top celebrities know him as “The Doc” and the “go-to” guy when they need to recover from road-weary aches and pains quickly.