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The Christians Review - Hellfire and Damnation?

The Christians Review - Hellfire and Damnation? When Pastor Paul clashes with Associate Pastor Joshua and almost all of his parishioners over the concept of Hell, the question becomes just how important is the fear of punishment and belief in redemption to all Christians.

Chicago Philharmonic Society Awarded Its First Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts

Chicago Philharmonic Society Awarded Its First Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts The Chicago Philharmonic Society will use its $10,000 Art Works grant for the commission and performance of a new work

Joan Steiger's "Brooklyn Baby" Set to Come Out This Spring— An Extraordinary Life

Joan Steiger's "Brooklyn Baby" Set to Come Out This Spring— An Extraordinary Life With 40 stage performances and many television appearances, Joan Steiger offers a Hollywood insider's look at her journey through life in "Brooklyn Baby"

Guys & Dolls at the Wallis & Norma at the LA Opera

Guys & Dolls at the Wallis & Norma at the LA Opera The Musical Theatre Classic, Guys & Dolls at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts ends on Dec. 20th & The Los Angeles Opera presented the classic Norma featuring Angela Meade, one of the most difficult roles in the soprano repertory

Away From Home –An All-new Charity Christmas Song

Away From Home –An All-new Charity Christmas Song Local artists Isabel and Joshua Jones have written and recorded a new charity Christmas song "Away From Home" to raise money to help Christians and Jews fleeing persecution by ISIS

“Christmas at My Place” - Review of Travis Cloer's Show at Las Vegas' Smith Center

“Christmas at My Place” - Review of Travis Cloer's Show at Las Vegas' Smith Center Travis Cloer presented his annual delightful relaxing evening of Christmas music in the Cabaret Jazz Room at the Smith Center with special guests and musical director Keith Thompson

"Maybe in Another Life" - In Conversation with Taylor Jenkins Reid

"Maybe in Another Life" - In Conversation with Taylor Jenkins Reid A little while ago, I came across Taylor Jenkins Reid’s latest novel, Maybe in Another Life (Washington Square Press, 2015). The book is centered around 29-year-old, cinnamon roll loving Hannah Martin, who after graduating college has...

Twelfth Night Review - Midsommer Flight does Shakespeare Right

Twelfth Night Review - Midsommer Flight does Shakespeare Right Midsummer Flight partners with the Lincoln Park Conservatory to present Shakespeare's 'Twelfth Night"-don"t miss it

The Lady In A Car With Glasses And A Gun Movie Review - Intriguing French Concept

The Lady In A Car With Glasses And A Gun Movie Review - Intriguing French Concept With such a great title as The Lady In A Car With Glasses And A gun Americans might think this French Thriller to be like Sam Spade from the forties

Dreaming Of A WIP Christmas Review - Better Than Eggnog

Dreaming Of A WIP Christmas Review - Better Than Eggnog Family fun fare that amuses without benefit of a single fart joke

'If/Then' - Idina Menzel brings Broadway to L.A.

'If/Then' - Idina Menzel brings Broadway to L.A.  Broadway smash hit 'If/Then' arrives in L.A. with super stars Idina Menzel, LaChanze and Anthony Rapp. Now at the Pantages.

Bel Canto Opera Review – A World Premiere Opera about Music, War, Love, and Humanity

Bel Canto Opera Review – A World Premiere Opera about Music, War, Love, and Humanity Lyric Opera of Chicago presents the world premiere of Bel Canto, adapted from Ann Patchett's award-winning novel. The story, based on the Peruvian hostage crisis of 1996-97, follows human relationships and the universal language of music and love

The Orchestra Review - What Did I Just Watch?

The Orchestra Review - What Did I Just Watch? At times completely predictable and at times totally bizarre, this hodgepodge story makes for a performance that is both confusing and dull

The Bridges of Madison County Review - Over the Rainbow

The Bridges of Madison County Review - Over the Rainbow The romantic tale of an Iowa farmer's wife and her three-day encounter with a dashing but rootless photographer, THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY explores in music what love - and home - are really about and what happens when dreams and reality clash

Holiday Suggestions – Many Places and Activities

Holiday Suggestions –  Many Places and Activities   Suggestion of things to do during the holidays-also check the Chicago Splash Magazine Calendar and Gift Guides

Leslie Zemeckis Brings Back a Star to the Spotlight

Leslie Zemeckis Brings Back a Star to the Spotlight Goddess of Love Incarnate: The Life of Stripteuse Lili St. Cyr, portrays the artist as the misunderstood legend that she was

Oil Lamp Theater’s IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE Review – It’s a Wonderful Show!

Oil Lamp Theater’s IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE Review – It’s a Wonderful Show! The Oil Lamp Theater started with the film’s charming story, added their unique sense of humor,amplified Mr. Potter’s meanness, sanctified George Baily and had us all on the edge of our seats until Clarence got his wings! YAY

Offering an experience of shopping immersion, The One of a Kind Show Chicago gives holiday shoppers a chance to find something for everyone on their gift-list - and do it on a single day in a single place

"The Celebrated Story of Honey Wine" - Awarded Winning Book

"The Celebrated Story of Honey Wine" - Awarded Winning Book "The Celebrated Story of Honey Wine" - Awarded Winning Book

Hubbard Street ‘Winter Series’ Review — Snow Falling on Dancers, and Other Delights

Hubbard Street ‘Winter Series’ Review — Snow Falling on Dancers, and Other Delights Snow nearly steals the show at Hubbard Street's 'Winter Series'

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