Douglas Ewart Clarinet Choir joins with other performers to create a multi-level tribute to an early AACM founder
Steep Theatre Company's mount of "Brilliant Adventures" is disturbing, poignant and well worth your time
GRAND CONCOURSE examines matters of faith and forgiveness in a soup kitchen where the staff seems to be the ones most in need. This is one of the most fascinating plays this fantastic company has ever produced and definitely worth checking out
Ann was a devoted wife and mother, retired teacher, accomplished writer and talent manager. She was very active in the senior community, on several boards and an advocate for senior citizen rights
Winner of the famed Paganini Violinist Competition, 20-year old In Mo Yang gives a dazzling performance at the Dame Myra Hess concert
Join the cast members as they follow Pinocchio in a journey from a wooden puppet to a real boy and all the obstacles he must overcome in-between
Ant-Man has jumped from the comics to the big screen and is directed by the mind-blowing style of Peyton Reed. There is a whole new world opening up for moviegoers since Marvel’s Ant-Man kicked off in theaters on July 17, 2015. RealD 3D or IMAX
Children and adults will delight in the dazzling production and unforgettable music as the spunky mermaid Ariel goes on an adventure, finding true love-and her voice
Metropolitan Museum Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Americans with Disabilities Act by Hosting Special Events to Honor Creativity and Accessibility
Following the awards were the many many parties, however, one in particular sticks out above the rest! The 2015 Celebrity Sweat Official ESPY After Party
Thank Dance It’s Friday! is designed to engage a wide range of audiences, making use of Pritzker Park’s unique outdoor location in the Loop. These dancers represent a diverse array of styles—from ballet, contemporary and tap, to Bollywood and more
"The Freedom Principle" exhibit at the MCA salutes the Chicago-born avant grade jazz scene born a half century ago, also showcasing its confluence with Black power-informed visual arts
Here's my book review of The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey by Walter Mosley
Written by former Navy pilot Chuck Faerber, Zulu Time is an insider’s story about men, machines, race, rank, war, sexuality, and longing aboard ship during training exercises just off the coast of Los Angeles, the smoke from the Watts riots in view
Recently a handful of lucky Angelenos gathered at Sonos Studio for an intimate performance of Miguel
The Montana Avenue Art Walk and Music Festival will take place Thursday, July 16th from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Art will be featured as well as live music by local bands and singers/guitarists performing throughout the night.
Black Ensemble Theater's "Men of Soul" pays tribute to music legends you never tire of hearing
Bellami Beauty Bar in West Hollywood, CA had an exclusive launch party to celebrate their first retail store and salon.
"Join the Club" at the Skokie Theatre is a great night out, refreshing and fun, but go soon
The Windy City Smokeout held at Grand Avenue and the Chicago River in Chicago delivered three days of great BBQ, beer and bourbon, and a large variety of country acts.