Articles by Barbara Keer
You thought you couldn't recycle these 21 things, but you can
Three additional Bonterra wines were a treat
At Oma's Table offers simple recipes with a touch of Central European tastes
At the Chicago Water Works Visitor Center you can find what you need
The Shedd Aquarium has activities everyone can enjoy
Dining at Restaurant Michael is perfect for special occasions or just a wonderful meal
Chicago's Marigold Restaurant in Uptown holds unexpected treasures
Jekel vineyards are located in cool Monterey and their wines are lovely
On June 16, Friends of Ragdale host their annual "Heart and Soul" benefit
Piven Theatre Workshop unleashes a modern retelling of a classic fable
You'll be bowled over by food and games at Pinstripes
At Dine, comfort food grows up
SoySafe is good for the user and good for the environment-it really works
This tour will take you back in time to the White City
Five Rivers wines reflect the spirit of the Central Coast
Chicago Architectural Foundation's Tips for a great visit
Green Festivals's first Chicago Event takes place April 21st and 22nd at McCormick Place
A chainsaw cuts throught Chicago as Chainsaw Dupont introduces, "Ghost Kings of Beale Street"
Cezanne to Picasso: Ambroise Vollard, Patron of the Avant-Garde is a must see exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago
My Reiki treatment was a lovely treat
Aigre Doux Restaurant and Bakery opens in Chicago's River North
Bonterra Wines, made from organically grown grapes, are beautiful to look at, fragrant and delicious
The Lyric Opera of Chicago currently premieres Francis Poulenc's opera, "The Dialogues of the Carmelites" fifty years after its world premiere
Jason Ha's new restaurant, e3rd is a great place to enjoy delicious, unique food for any occasion.
"Chicago's 10 Top Winter Delights" offers 100 events with something for everyone
See Lyric Opera of Chicago's Die Fledermaus. It will take your cares away.
The Newberry Library presents two exhibits that focus on the Aztecs and colonial Mexico
One of Chicago's "green" museums, the Museum of Contemporary Art, is featuring two exhibits dealing with issues of our environment
After 150 years the Chicago Historical Society has been renamed the Chicago Historical Museum. Following its opening September 30th, a celebratory year is planned
A gala evening featuring Puccini's Turandot opened Lyric Opera of Chicago's 52nd season. Sets by legendary artist David Hockney blended perfectly with Puccini's music.