Articles by Barbara Keer

“The News” Review – Fulcrumpoint Makes The News

“The News” Review – Fulcrumpoint Makes The News The combination of music with the remixing of news clips, the color mix and rhythmic qualities and live “anchorwomen” were totally engrossing and fascinating in the one night only Fulcrum Point New Music Project at Park West

NOCC Walk to Break the Silence on Ovarian Cancer Review – A Moving Experience

NOCC Walk to Break the Silence on Ovarian Cancer Review – A Moving Experience Two Chicago Splash Magazine journalists participated in the 15th Annual (National Ovarian Cancer Coalition)NOCC Walk to Break the Silence on ovarian cancer

On Your Feet Foundation - Support for Women Who Placed Their Babies With Adoptive families

On Your Feet Foundation - Support for Women Who Placed Their Babies With Adoptive families Since 2001, On You Feet Foundation has been honoring and supporting birthmothers who placed their babies with adoptive families.

Mother's Day Restaurant Choices - Take Your Pick

Mother's Day Restaurant Choices - Take Your Pick This great array of Chicagoland restaurants from which to choose can help you realize a wonderful Mother's Day celebration

Fog Harbor Fish House Review – A San Francisco Restaurant You Should Know

Fog Harbor Fish House Review – A San Francisco Restaurant You Should Know Fog Harbor Fish House is Fisherman's Wharf's First 100% Sustainable Seafood Restaurant and the food is great

Diablo Ballet Review – A Hillbarn Theatre First

Diablo Ballet Review – A Hillbarn Theatre First Diablo Ballet presented a wonderful evening of ballet, different from any I had previously experienced at Hillbarn Theatre in Foster City

Smuin Ballet Winter Program 2012 Review – An Experience to Remember

Smuin Ballet Winter Program 2012 Review – An Experience to Remember You won't want to miss the Smuin Ballet Winter Program which concludes on March 3rd

Dance Duality Review – A Memorable Pairing

Dance Duality Review – A Memorable Pairing Dance Duality combined the works of Thodos Dance Chicago and Luna Negra Dance Theater and was a wonderful opportunity to see the companies' collaboration at the North Shore Center for Performing Arts

Everest Burger Review – The Peak of Goodness

Everest Burger Review – The Peak of Goodness Everest Burger is casual and reasonable, with great organic, hormone-free food, freshly made baked goods, and gluten-free food

"Race" Review – Powerful, Riveting and Thought Provoking

"Race"  Review – Powerful, Riveting and Thought Provoking   David Mamet's "Race" at the Goodman Theatre is captivating, intriguing and thought provoking

Black Pearl Sings Review – Powerful, Compelling, Humorous and Spiritual

Black Pearl Sings Review – Powerful, Compelling, Humorous and Spiritual You won't want to miss "Black Pearl Sings" playing at Northlight Theatre in Skokie

Valentine’s Day - Passionate, creative and fun ways to celebrate a day of love

Valentine’s Day - Passionate, creative and fun ways to celebrate a day of love Want your Valentine's Day to be special? Here are some great suggestions

Cleopatra: The Search for the Last Queen of Egypt Review – An Exciting, Fascinating Experienc

Cleopatra: The Search for the Last Queen of Egypt Review – An Exciting, Fascinating Experienc I joined three friends for a pleasant drive to the Milwaukee Public Museum to see "Cleopatra: The Search for the Last Queen of Egypt". We found it fascinating and captivating

Concannon Wines Review – Four Conservancy Wines to Enhance Any Experience

Concannon Wines Review – Four Conservancy Wines to Enhance Any Experience The Conservancy wines from Concannon Vineyard in Livermore, California help protect precious California vineyard land from urban development and create handcrafted wines that are sold at a reasonable price

Penelope Review – An Unusual Odyssey at Steppenwolf

Penelope Review – An Unusual Odyssey at Steppenwolf "Penelope" by Enda Walsh is the second of this year's plays on the theme of "Dispatches from the Homefront" at Steppenwolf Theatre

Ovarian Cancer Symptoms – Ruth’s Story, A Cautionary Tale

Ovarian Cancer Symptoms – Ruth’s Story, A Cautionary Tale More than 21,000 women in the United States are diagnosed with ovarian cancer each year, and approximately 15,000 women die annually from the disease. Ruth Davis' story is offered in hopes of increasing awareness of the disease and saving lives

Boris Godunov Review - Gripping and Powerful

Boris Godunov Review - Gripping and Powerful The Lyric Opera of Chicago's production of Boris Godunov is for anyone who wants to have a deeply emotional experience on all levels

Vivo Restaurant Review – Twenty Years and Going Strong

Vivo Restaurant Review – Twenty Years and Going Strong Vivo is a wonderful Italian restaurant and continues to be the icon of the Randolph Street Market District after twenty years. Happy twentieth birthday, Vivo

Quince Restaurant Review – Wonderful and Whimsical

Quince Restaurant Review – Wonderful and Whimsical We found the current restaurant at the Homestead (hotel)in Evanston, Quince, wonderful and whimsical

"Wishful Drinking" Review - How A Long Time Ago In A Galaxy Far, Far Away, George Lucas Ruined My Life

"Wishful Drinking" Review - How A Long Time Ago In A Galaxy Far, Far Away, George Lucas Ruined My Life In "Wishful Drinking" now playing at the Bank of America Theater, Carrie Fisher tells her life story—and spares no dirty details—with a sense of humor that runs a balance between being jaded and angry at the world and in awe of it

The Bookworm Angels Story – How One Man’s Idea Changed Children’s Lives

The Bookworm Angels Story – How One Man’s Idea Changed Children’s Lives Kermit Meyers, a retired entrepreneur, came up with an idea that has helped 100,000 at-risk students learn to read

“Lucia di Lammermoor” Review - Beautiful, Powerful and Compeling

“Lucia di Lammermoor” Review - Beautiful, Powerful and Compeling Anyone who currently has tickets to the new production of "Lucia di Lammermoor at Lyric Opera of Chicago should consider oneself fortunate, indeed

“The Brain That Wouldn’t Die” Review - It Deserves to Live!

“The Brain That Wouldn’t Die” Review - It Deserves to Live! Part of the New York Musical Theatre Festival, "The Brain That Wouldn’t Die! In 3-D!!!" surely deserves a longer life here in New York

Gilbert’s Eyes and No Eyes, Sullivan’s The Zoo, and Gilbert & Sullivan’s Trial by Jury Review - Savoyaires 47th Year of Gilbert and Sullivan

Gilbert’s Eyes and No Eyes, Sullivan’s The Zoo, and Gilbert & Sullivan’s Trial by Jury Review - Savoyaires 47th Year of Gilbert and Sullivan The Savoyaires of Evanston present a "triple header" - Eyes and No Eyes by Gilbert, The Zoo by Sullivan and Trial by Jury by Gilbert and Sullivan

Tales of Hoffmann Review – Lyric Opera of Chicago’s 57th Opening Night

Tales of Hoffmann Review – Lyric Opera of Chicago’s 57th Opening Night Beautiful voices, superb acting, and a magical set, lighting, and costumes make Les Contes D’Hoffmann (The Tales of Hoffmann) a pleasure to see and hear

Starting Here Starting Now Review- The Lyrics Tell the Story

Starting Here Starting Now Review- The Lyrics Tell the Story Theoubique Cabaret Theatre's new production of "Starting Here Starting Now" was engaging, energetic and charming

The Real Thing Review – A Complex Look at Love and Relationships

The Real Thing Review – A Complex Look at Love and Relationships In celebration of its' Twentieth Anniversary season, Writers' Theatre presents Tom Stoppard's "The Real Thing"

Clybourne Park Review - Powerful, Insightful and Thought Provoking

Clybourne Park Review - Powerful, Insightful and Thought Provoking Bruce Norris' "Clybourne Park", a 2011 Pulitzer Prize Winner for drama, opens Steppenwolf’s 2011-12 season in a powerful production

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