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Landmarks Illinois Honors Three Chicago Preservation Projects with Driehaus Preservation Awards
The architectural jewel that is the Auditorium Theatre celebrates 125 years of high style with a birthday gala
An artistic and seductive film about a nude art model reflecting on her experiences of working in the art world
Not everyone goes to college just because they want jobs that earn a lot of money Many students spend years earning degrees so that they can pursue careers that make the world a better place
Today, Griffin Scott Press announced that in late November, it will be releasing the second edition Dr. Heather E. Burton’s book, Crimson Heights
Chicago Artists Coalition's Collectors Circle event featuring Jordan Martin's visual art
While visiting in Chicagoland, Abra Liberman-Garrett, co-author of “Maccabee on the Mantel” has been reading from her book to pre-school children in various settings
Everything we experience is being generated, organized and delivered from somewhere. That force that
is sustaining you, and everything else
I was pleased to note that Ronna Wineberg’s novel, "On Bittersweet Place", is currently available in bookstores
Modern art buyers on a budget can find just the right piece for them at the Affordable Art Fair
Of all the books that I have read this year, one that stands out from the crowd — and one that will stay with me for a long time to come — is Rebecca Alexander’s brilliantly written, undeniably important, and thoroughly inspiring memoir...
Thousands of cutting edge artworks from around the world were exhibited for sale at EXPO CHICAGO
Exclusive interview with Filipino American Author Jamie Borromeo, who shares about her exciting new book, Young, Educated and Broke.
The funniest and the most honest book about the lives of Flight Attendants by far
Lakeview East's Festival of the Arts celebrated its 10-year anniversary with over 150+ juried local and national artists
The last pharaoh of Ancient Egypt. The fearless leader. The seducer of the Roman rulers. Her life, full of mystery and love affairs continues to intrigue the world. Cleopatra remains one of the most famous figures in history. Why?
Of all the books I’ve read this year, one of my favorites is Lilibet Snellings’ Box Girl: My Part-Time Job as an Art Installation (Soft Skull Press, 2014), a smart, engrossing, eminently readable, thoroughly enjoyable and utterly relatable...
Recently, while at my local bookstore, I stumbled upon Kim Stolz’s Unfriending My Ex (Scribner, 2014) -- a particularly relevant read given our hyper-connected, social media-centric times. Last week, I had the opportunity to speak with Stolz...