Articles by Barbara Keer
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.
Octopi, an inventive line of clothing that spread from Brooklyn to Los Angeles, is currently available at the HABIT boutique in Chicago's Wicker Park.
Chiang Mai, Thailand is a beautiful, enchanting city and a wonderful place to visit.
What is daVinci's real code? The Museum of Science and Industry tells all until September 4, 2006.
I found Cardiff to be a wonderful city to visit - It was full of surprises
Traveling in Wales with Paul Harris' "See Wales" day tours revealed many hidden treasures.
When visiting Cardiff, Jury's Cardiff Hotel is a delightful place to stay.
Allegorical Scene, a depression-era mural will be unveiled at Pulaski Park Field House, June 29th. The public is invited.
Chicago's North Shore has some wonderful restaurants for breakfast. Try some.
At last! The small, light weight, large screen, 3X Optical Zoom, 6 megapixel digital camera is here. It is the Nikon Coolpix S6
The University of Chicago's Court Theatre concludes a very successful 2005-06 season with the production of LETTICE AND LOVAGE.
There we were in London a few days after the first bombing and decided to explore "Shakespeare country".
Dallas psychiatrist and artist, Patricia Lowrimore, MD teams with Chicago artist/writer and public relations specialist, Diane Shrago to present MOQUEQUA , a collection of surreal and abstract art.
The David Mamet Festival concludes at Chicago's Goodman Theatre
The Garfield Park Conservatory in Chicago hosted the 7th annual chocolate extravaganza
Flower lovers will have their choice of the orchid show in Lincoln Park , the Garden in a City show at Grant Park or both.
Chicago presents is first Festival of Disability Arts and Culture...
The Cultural Connections program of the Field Museum is unique in that it uses the application of an anthropological framework to encourage understanding and apppreciation of Chicago's rich cultural diversity.