This October, Chicago’s skyline and buildings will be colored by pink lights, banners and flags in collaboration with the Lynn Sage Cancer Research Foundation (LSCRF) to raise awareness about breast cancer and the importance of breast self-exams
The Catalina Film Festival (CFF) took over famed Santa Catalina Island to honor William H. Macy, Andy Garcia, Roman Coppola and Nicolas Cage while showcasing the best of the best in Independent Filmmaking.
FACE TO FACE will commemorate the 20-year anniversary of helping women regain control of their lives this October
The Night Alive by Connor McPherson, now playing at Steppenwolf Theatre until November 16, is a story about five flawed individuals who are stumbling in the dark searching for light in their lives
Homes are repossessed and characters must make tough choices in this dark thriller/comedy set in the financial collapse of 2009
In its 50th year the Chicago International Film Festival is going strong as those who attended the kick-off learned. See what delights await you
Eat, drink and listen in on the conversation at City Winery
Dublin’s Brendan Gleeson is one of those actors who always manages to crawl inside a character’s skin, creating fully actualized, riveting performances
Cicely Tyson as Mrs. Carrie Watts brilliantly shines in Horton Foote’s “The Trip to Bountiful,” a revival production currently on stage at the Ahmanson Theatre
The Margie and Robert E. Petersen Foundation has made a transformative gift of $1.2 million to support the Jeffrey Foundation which will pay off its buildings mortgages
Pet Dogs have their own Summer Day at the swimming pool at an Air Force Base to cool out, dive in the water, doggy paddle and overall have fun
Set in Vienna at the turn of the 20th Century, “On The Razzle” follows the hilarious adventures of two naughty, bumpkin grocery assistants, Weinburl and Christopher, who shirk duty to experience one joyful day in the big city
A hilarious recapping of Mel Brooks' comedy
Chicago Sinfonietta teams with Mucca Pazza punk marching band to totally delight
The David Bowie exhibit is currently at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, its only American tour. He has led a career in pop, music, fashion, art, and theater, with contemporary reinventions. (Sep. 23rd, 2014 - Jan. 4th, 2015)
Attention to detail for the 1960s era film is especially enjoyable, from the sound of the ring of the phone to the airport furniture to vintage wardrobe. Lighting and music score enhanced the mythology; however the overall production is simple.
Evil Dead the Musical now playing until October 12 at the Broadway Playhouse is one of the worst things I’ve ever seen in Chicago and not worth the money.
Modern art buyers on a budget can find just the right piece for them at the Affordable Art Fair
True to form, the remarkably talented Theo Ubique ensemble at the No Exit Café did not disappoint on the opening night of A Kurt Weill Cabaret
Boil, boil, toil, and trouble, Knott's Berry Farm has officially launched it's spooky rendition just in time for Halloween