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Wu Tang Clan’s Audio Producer/Engineer BT Rockwell Pens His Debut Fiction Book “Burn Me Up Fast” taking readers on a journey with Byron Bella who travels the path of overcoming fear to embrace your dreams and to open yourself to love.
"Vodou: Sacred Powers of Haiti" at the Field Museum debunks myths about the religion and explains its rituals from the perspective of followers of that faith
The Weinstein Company and Tim Burton present BIG EYES, the true story of one of the most epic art frauds in history
Herbivoracious: A Vegetarian Cookbook for People Who Love to Eat (Harvard Common Press, $24.95) is a perfect holiday gift for a dad or anyone looking to a New Year's resolution to eat in a more healthy yet delicious way
Art Basel Miami is the premier art show in the US-- and vast!
sometimes it’s nice to really show your thoughtfulness and affection with a thoughtfully chosen gift, rather than just saying it
On Thursday December 4th, FABstudio Gallery will present “Environmentalism-O," featuring the paintings of Argentinian artist Javier De Aubeyzon.
Enjoy an opening reception on Saturday, December 12th at the Loft at Liz’s from 7-10pm. The work of renowned photographer & artist J.J. L’Heureux will be part of a group show entitled HWĪT.
Celebrating over 30 years of bringing fine art and performing arts to San Diego, Mission Federal ArtWalk sets dates for spring festival in Little Italy from April 25-26, 2015
Founded by brothers Eli and Noah Weisman, QART.COM is celebrating its new gallery expansion with a festive Grand Opening called QART.COM Unveiled, on Sunday, December 14, 5pm-8pm to benefit The Stan Lee Foundation
A story of courage and determination
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