When Japanese diplomat Chiune Sugihara wrote visas for 6,000 Lithuanian Jews and transported them to Kobe, Japan, during World War II, the Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs must battle with the Gestapo to insure their safety and maintain peace
This white guy lives a privileged life in an affluent suburb, while his wife teaches in a ghetto school trying to inspire her inner city students to reach for the American dream - so why is he chatting up a pretty black nursing student on a bus?
Playwright Lucas Hnath sets unique stage in his latest work for opening discussion about faith.
Mozart’s The Abduction from the Seraglio onstage now at Dorothy Chandler Pavillion is one of opera’s most popular comedies
Franz Weiser-Most conducting The Cleveland Orchestra gave a lustrous concert of Beethoven, Sibelius and Smetana at Symphony Center
The 2017 Winter Chamber Music Festival of Northwestern University's Bienen School of Music concludes this weekend; the Kalichstein-Laredo Robinson Trio and The Faculty and Guest Artists put on great concerts
One of the top hitters for the festival, Debbie Durkin returned to Main Street for her 10th Annual EcoLuxe Lounge
Diamonds really are a girls best friend. Recently guests flocked to the new Hollywood hotspot, Nightingale Plaza, for the NHL All Star party
The 2017 Chicago International Puppet Theater Festival, January 19-29, has shown patrons "performances that astonish and delight"
"Gloria" at The Goodman Theatre through February 19, is a thought-provoking piece about morals and values in the media-and it contains a shocking twist
"In the Game" is a moving and important documentary about what is valuable in life and how to triumph in the face of inequality
Here’s my book review of A Scribe Dies in Brooklyn, a Rabbi Ben mystery by Marvin J. Wolf
The Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership will screen a series entitled "Jewish Lives" of five films on 4 Sunday afternoons from January 29-February 19 at 2PM at it's Feinberg Theater, 610 S. Michigan
The Edwardian Ball experience is a unique blend of live music, theatre, fashion, circus, fine art, stage shows, literature, ballroom dancing, DJ’s, and character cosplay.
The 27th Annual Night of 100 Stars Black Tie Dinner Viewing Gala will be taking place at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Oscar® Sunday, February 26th. The International Ballroom will provide the new venue and glamorous red carpet that awaits 150 to 200 Academy film and television stars who will attend the hottest celebrity Awards party in town
Chicago’s North Shore Convention and Visitors Bureau (CNSCVB) once again presents its popular North Shore Restaurant Month. See which restaurants are participating
Not new to throwing an memorable party, TAO Park City threw one hell of a party and kept insiders up and at it till 4 in the morning over the weekend with surprise performances and celebs galore
Over the years Sundance Film Festival has become more than films, it's an overall experience. Adding to the festivities is ChefDance, an exclusive dinner series that is an experience for all of your senses
This past weekend AT&T at the Lift served as the hub for creating the perfect escape
Blues for an Alabama Sky, by playwright Pearl Cleage, has been extended through February 19, 2017, at the Court Theatre, located at 5535 S. Ellis Avenue in Chicago