Articles by Jennifer Lunz

Labriola Restaurant Review – Classic Italian on Michigan Avenue

Labriola Restaurant Review – Classic Italian on Michigan Avenue In the heart of Michigan Avenue in downtown Chicago is the upscale, lovely Italian restaurant and cafe, Labriola. Founded by artisan baker, Rich Labriola, the restaurant offers options for dining, drinking and take-out

Geja’s Café Patio Review – America’s Most Romantic Restaurant Debuts New Patio

Geja’s Café Patio Review – America’s Most Romantic Restaurant Debuts New Patio The new outdoor patio of America’s most romantic and legendary restaurant, Geja’s Café (340 West Armitage in Chicago), made its debut, complete with benches and three large, blazing fire pits

Dovetail Brewery Review - A Fine Chicago Addition to a Great Return of German and Belgian Beer

Dovetail Brewery Review - A Fine Chicago Addition to a Great Return of German and Belgian Beer Dovetail Brewery, opened June 11th of this year in Chicago’s quaint Ravenswood neighborhood. The brand new brewery hosted a media open house, with tasting and tour, on Monday, October 11th, 2016, to showcase the brewery’s new facility

25th Anniversary Film Debut of Miss Saigon – Before It Hits Broadway

25th Anniversary Film Debut of Miss Saigon – Before It Hits Broadway Miss Saigon returns to the Broadway stage in celebration of its 25th anniversary, March, 2017. Fans can see the new stage production on the big screen when the 25th Anniversary Performance arrives in select theaters for a one-night cinematic event

Spiaggia Ferragosto Event Review – An Italian Summer Holiday Celebration

Spiaggia Ferragosto Event Review – An Italian Summer Holiday Celebration On Monday, August 15th, 2016, Chicago’s favorite Italian restaurant, Spiaggia, celebrated the Italian holiday, Ferragosto. In Italy, Ferragosto marks the start of summer vacation, when the country gathers at the coast to eat and imbibe

Best of Chicago Event Review – The Best of 2016 Chicago Has To Offer

Best of Chicago Event Review – The Best of 2016 Chicago Has To Offer Thursday, August 11th was the Best of Chicago event held at Morgan Manufacturing in the Fulton Market neighborhood. Best of Chicago 2016 brought Chicago Magazine’s pages to life celebrating the city’s top culinary, cultural and business talent

Steaz Cactus Water and Flywheel Spin Studio Review – Spin and Rehydrate

Steaz Cactus Water and Flywheel Spin Studio Review – Spin and Rehydrate Steaz launched their new cactus water at Flywheel Spin Studio in Chicago. The healthy beverages are made with cactus water, from juice of the prickly pear cactus. It is the only certified organic cactus water beverage on the market

Byhalia, Mississippi Play Review – A True American Drama

Byhalia, Mississippi Play Review – A True American Drama Steppenwolf Theater presents The New Colony/Definition Theatre Company’s hit drama, Byhalia, Mississippi. Winner of three 2016 Jeff Awards, and featuring the original cast (July 22 – August 21, 2016) at the 1700 Theatre (1700 N. Halsted Street)

Rosebud Prime Power Breakfast Review – A New Breakfast in its “Prime”

Rosebud Prime Power Breakfast Review – A New Breakfast in its “Prime” One of Rosebud Restaurant Group’s establishments, Rosebud Prime (1 S. Dearborn Street), now offers a power breakfast called “Morning Glory,” in the downtown Chicago loop. The breakfast is offered every morning from 8-10:30am, Monday-Friday

Colors of the East Review – 2nd Annual Fundraising Gala

Colors of the East Review – 2nd Annual Fundraising Gala The Mandala South Asian Performing Arts celebrated its first year of operation, on Sunday, July 10th, 2016, with a benefit gala at Chicago’s Drake Hotel (140 E. Walton Place). It was an evening of culture, tradition, drinks, dinner and dance

The 2nd Annual Chicago Ale Fest Review – The Ultimate Beer Lovers’ Experience

The 2nd Annual Chicago Ale Fest Review – The Ultimate Beer Lovers’ Experience Friday, June 17-18, 2016, marked the 2nd Annual Chicago Ale Fest. Beer enthusiasts flocked to Buckingham Fountain (301 South Columbus Dr.) to celebrate American craft beers. Guests sampled over 200 beers featuring 100 different US brewers

Time Out Chicago Donut Festival Review – Go Nuts for Donuts!

Time Out Chicago Donut Festival Review – Go Nuts for Donuts! The first Time Out Chicago Donut Party was held at Park West Theater on June 12th, 2016. Donut lovers indulged on the best donuts in Chicago such as Stan’s Donuts, Beavers Donuts, Glazed and Infused, and Pub Royale

Nando's Peri-Peri Restaurant Review - The Spice of Legend

Nando's Peri-Peri Restaurant Review - The Spice of Legend The popular African Portuguese restaurant, Nando’s Peri-Peri, known worldwide for its spicy flame-grilled chicken, recently opened in a new location April 30th, 2016 at 1138 Lake Street, Oak Park, Illinois

Shakou Restaurant Review – Modern Asian Cuisine

Shakou Restaurant Review – Modern Asian Cuisine Shakou, which translates as “social life” in Japanese, is the hot award-winning sushi restaurant in the North Suburbs of Chicago. It offers modern Asian cuisine and sophisticated urban ambiance, appealing to a sophisticated crowd

Porkchop Restaurant Review – It’s Not All About the Meat

Porkchop Restaurant Review – It’s Not All About the Meat Porkchop, in the West Loop at 941 West Randolph, is a meat lover’s BBQ dream. It is a restaurant/bar that dished out an urban interpretation of a Southern backwoods experience. First a food truck, it now boasts multiple dine-in locations

MYOBuddy Pro Massager Review – The Ultimate Massage Buddy

MYOBuddy Pro Massager Review – The Ultimate Massage Buddy If you are experiencing body pain, aches, or stress, you should consider the amazing MYOBuddy Pro Massager. Your wellness “buddy” can assist you everything from warming massage and deep tissue massage, to circulatory massage

The Second City e.t.c’s 40th Revue: A Red Line Runs Through It Review

The Second City e.t.c’s 40th Revue: A Red Line Runs Through It Review Second City's e.t.c presents their 40th revue, A Red Line Runs Through It, at the second floor of Piper’s Alley, at 230 West North Avenue. Ride the rails of Chicago in order to answer life’s tough questions

5411 Empanadas Review – Small Bites, Big Taste

5411 Empanadas Review – Small Bites, Big Taste Enjoy Argentinean-influenced empanadas at 5411 Empanadas, at 2860 North Clark Street in Chicago. The business began as a food truck in 2011, and is now a dine-in eatery. It is one of the most successful food trucks in the country

Matilda The Musical Review: A Show for All Ages

Matilda The Musical Review: A Show for All Ages Matilda the Musical, based on Roald Dahl's beloved novel, is on its first U.S. national tour. The Tony Award-winning musical is here for a limited three-week engagement at Chicago's Oriental Theatre (24 West Randolph) March 22-April 10, 2016

George the Salon Citrus Crushed Pearl Massage Review – Quite the Spa Indulgence

George the Salon Citrus Crushed Pearl Massage Review – Quite the Spa Indulgence George the Salon offers an indulgent spa experience: the citrus crushed pearl massage. This massage is a must, performed by seasoned therapist, Maggie Klasa. It is offered Wednesdays at the salon on the 3rd floor at 945 North Rush Street in Chicago

Osteria La Madia Brunch Restaurant Review – Sunday Brunch Italian Style

Osteria La Madia Brunch Restaurant Review – Sunday Brunch Italian Style Osteria La Madia, an Italian restaurant at 59 West Grand Avenue, in the River North neighborhood, offers Sunday brunch themed on Italy’s tradition to spend Sunday afternoons over a home-cooked meal. The brunch is on Sundays from 10:30am to 2:30pm

Romeo and Juliet Lyric Opera Review – A Timeless Love Story

Romeo and Juliet Lyric Opera Review – A Timeless Love Story Chicago Lyric Opera House presents the young-love tragedy opera of Romeo and Juliet. It is a centerpiece of the Shakespeare 400 Chicago Festival, which commemorates the quadricentennial of William Shakespeare’s death

The Stained Glass Restaurant, Bistro and Cellar Review – A “Lyrical” Experience

The Stained Glass Restaurant, Bistro and Cellar Review – A “Lyrical” Experience The Stained Glass, Bistro, and Cellar, in downtown Evanston, Illinois, is a premier fine dining establishment. Bought by former Lyric Opera singer, Jason Balla, in 2012, it has revamped interiors along with a new menu and wine/beer list

Miku Restaurant Review – Sushi Joint Celebrates 1st Anniversary

Miku Restaurant Review – Sushi Joint Celebrates 1st Anniversary Miku Sushi Restaurant, located in the Chicago neighborhood of Lincoln Square, is currently celebrating its one year anniversary and is offering half price specials on all maki rolls served between 11am and 6pm, from January 16th-31st

Guys and Dolls Musical Review – A 65 Year-Old Classic

Guys and Dolls Musical Review – A 65 Year-Old Classic Light Opera Works presents the classic musical, Guys and Dolls, in Evanston, Illinois at Cahn Auditorium Theater at 600 Emerson. The musical comedy focuses on high stakes, gamblers and the women who love them

Bel Canto Opera Review – A World Premiere Opera about Music, War, Love, and Humanity

Bel Canto Opera Review – A World Premiere Opera about Music, War, Love, and Humanity Lyric Opera of Chicago presents the world premiere of Bel Canto, adapted from Ann Patchett's award-winning novel. The story, based on the Peruvian hostage crisis of 1996-97, follows human relationships and the universal language of music and love

The Music Institute of Chicago’s 6th Annual Jazz Festival Review – Strings Attached with Tammy McCann

The Music Institute of Chicago’s 6th Annual Jazz Festival Review – Strings Attached with Tammy McCann On Friday, November 20th at 7:30pm, jazz singer, Tammy McMann, performed for the Music Institute of Chicago's 6th Annual Jazz Festival, at Nichols Hall in Evanston, Illinois. The festival focused on women in jazz

Marigold Maison Restaurant Review – Authentic Indian Food Brought to North Chicago

Marigold Maison Restaurant Review – Authentic Indian Food Brought to North Chicago If you are an Indian food loving Chicagoan who does not mind trekking up North to Bannockburn, Illinois, then Marigold Maison is the place for you. Open since May 2015, it specializes in authentic Indian food from all over the continent

Chicago Gourmet Festival 2015 Review – A Celebration of Food and Wine

Chicago Gourmet Festival 2015 Review – A Celebration of Food and Wine Every year, hundreds of thousands flock to the Chicago Gourmet Festival, hosted by Bon Appétit Magazine. It is held in the city’s premier celebration of food and wine Millennium Park. Dates were Friday, September 25th-Sunday, September 27th, 2015

Windy City Wine Festival Review – It’s Nothing to “Wine” About

Windy City Wine Festival Review – It’s Nothing to “Wine” About Chicago’s 11th Windy City Wine Festival was not something to “wine” about. Held at Buckingham Fountain in Grant Park, September 11th-12th, 2015, the festival was a celebration of over 300 wines, beer, food, and music

Chicago Jazz Festival Review – Music, Culture, Celebration

Chicago Jazz Festival Review – Music, Culture, Celebration Chicago's 37th Annual Chicago Jazz Festival, four days of jazz, swing, and gospel, enhanced this reputation. It was held at Millennium Park’s outdoor Jay Pritzker Pavilion and the Chicago Cultural Center, in the Loop, September 3rd-6th, 2015

Chicago Food and Wine Festival Review – The Windy City’s Newest Culinary Celebration

Chicago Food and Wine Festival Review – The Windy City’s Newest Culinary Celebration August 29th-30th, 2015 marked the debut of the Chicago Food and Wine Festival, a culinary celebration for the senses. Held in downtown Lincoln Park area, the festival had wine, beer, cocktails, spirits, and food from all the hot city restaurants

Chicago Architecture River Cruise Review – The Best Tour of the Windy City

Chicago Architecture River Cruise Review – The Best Tour of the Windy City A great way to explore Chicago is to take the Chicago Architecture River Cruise, a boat tour that gives people an inside look at buildings while listening to the history of the Windy City’s most famous buildings and architects

Date Me: An Ok Cupid Experiment Review – A Comedy About Love

Date Me: An Ok Cupid Experiment Review – A Comedy About Love Second City’s new comedy show, Date Me: An Ok Cupid Experiment, is an online experiment based on real dialogue from real people. The show runs through February 22nd, 2016, at the UP Comedy Club on 230 West North Avenue in Chicago

Geja’s Café Review – 50 Years of Fondue Romance

Geja’s Café Review – 50 Years of Fondue Romance Nestled downstairs on West Armitage in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood is Geja’s Café, an elegant fondue dining experience. Geja’s is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and has been selected as America’s most romantic restaurant

Lollapalooza Festival 2015 Review - Three Days of Music Mayhem

Lollapalooza Festival 2015 Review - Three Days of Music Mayhem For the 11th year, Chicago’s three-day celebration of music, Lollapalooza, was held July 31st-August 2nd, in Chicago’s Grant Park. Lollapalooza is one of the nation's largest music festivals, and pays homage to every kind of music under the sun

Grand Traverse Resort and Spa Review – Pure Michigan At Its Best (Part 2 of 2)

Grand Traverse Resort and Spa Review – Pure Michigan At Its Best (Part 2 of 2) The newly renovated Grand Traverse Resort and Spa is located by the Traverse City Bay in northern Michigan. If you're looking for relaxation and adventure, it is ranked among the nation's finest resorts from Golf Digest, USA Today,and Travel+Leisure

Grand Traverse Resort and Spa Review – Pure Michigan At Its Best (Part 1 of 2)

Grand Traverse Resort and Spa Review – Pure Michigan At Its Best (Part 1 of 2) The newly renovated Grand Traverse Resort and Spa is located by the Traverse City Bay in northern Michigan. If you're looking for relaxation and adventure, it is ranked among the nation's finest resorts from Golf Digest, USA Today, and Travel+Leisure

Fulton Market Kitchen Review – A Feast for the Eyes and Palate

Fulton Market Kitchen Review – A Feast for the Eyes and Palate Conceptualized by Daniel Alonso, along with a redesign and revamped menu, Fulton Kitchen Market is in Chicago’s old meat packing district. The restaurant is an art gallery, craft cocktail bar, and restaurant. It is a feast for the palate and eyes

John Hancock 360 Chicago Review – Best Chicago Views All Around

John Hancock 360 Chicago Review – Best Chicago Views All Around For one of the best aerial views in America, visit 360 Chicago, in the John Hancock building in downtown Chicago. 360 Chicago is 1,000 high feet up with 360 degree circular windows offering breathtaking views of Chicago skyline and Lake Michigan

The Secret Garden Musical Review – A Musical Secret Charm

The Secret Garden Musical Review – A Musical Secret Charm The Chicago Court Theatre concludes its 60th anniversary season with a new, beautiful adaptation of the Tony Award-winning musical, The Secret Garden. It is directed by artistic director, Charles Newell, and musical direction is by Doug Peck

Luella’s Southern Kitchen Restaurant Review – Southern Comfort in Chicago

Luella’s Southern Kitchen Restaurant Review – Southern Comfort in Chicago Contemporary Southern comfort food has been made its way to Chicago with the debut of Luella’s Southern Kitchen, created by Chef/owner Darnell Reed. It is located at Lincoln Square at 4609 North Lincoln Avenue in the neighborhood of Lincoln Square

Township Bar and Grill Review - Eat, Drink, Socialize

Township Bar and Grill Review - Eat, Drink, Socialize Township Bar and Grill, located at 2200 North California Avenue in the quaint Chicago neighborhood of Logan Square, hails a contemporary new brunch menu

Rioja Wine and Tapas Festival Review – Spain’s Most Prominent Food and Wine Festival

Rioja Wine and Tapas Festival Review – Spain’s Most Prominent Food and Wine Festival The Chicago 2015 Rioja Wine and Tapas Festival was held on Saturday, May 2nd, at the historical Union Station. The festival, which is on the road with several US stops (and its first time in Chicago), showcases Spain’s most prominent food and wine

International Contemporary Ensemble: Anna Thorvaldsdottir Review – A Musical Celebration of Light and Sound

International Contemporary Ensemble: Anna Thorvaldsdottir Review – A Musical Celebration of Light and Sound Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art's Edlis Neeson Theater staged the world premiere of In the Light of Air on April 25, 2015. Composed by Icelandic musician/composer, Anna Thorvaldsdottir, In the Light of Air was an extraordinary experience

Second City e.t.c.'s 39th Revue - Soul Brother, Where Art Thou? Review

Second City e.t.c.'s 39th Revue - Soul Brother, Where Art Thou? Review Second City has done it again with their 39th Revue, Soul Brother, Where Art Thou? The ingenious comedy performance offers two acts with over thirty hilarious sketches

Native Foods Cafe Review – Chicago Vegan Food at Its Best

Native Foods Cafe Review – Chicago Vegan Food at Its Best Gourmet fast food vegan spot Native Foods is a casual café that has a complete and delicious vegan, plant-based menu at affordable prices. Originally from California, with six locations in Chicago, their mission is to change the way America eats

Native Foods Cafe Review – Chicago Vegan Food at Its Best

Native Foods Cafe Review – Chicago Vegan Food at Its Best Gourmet fast food vegan spot Native Foods is a casual café that has a complete and delicious vegan, plant-based menu at affordable prices. With six locations in Chicago, their mission is to change the way America eats.

Studio Lagree Review – The Next Fitness Extreme

Studio Lagree Review – The Next Fitness Extreme Brand new on the Chicago fitness scene is Studio Lagree, founded by Sabastian Lagree, and located in Lincoln Park at 1123 West Armitage. It is the first USA location in an urban center, and features eleven M3 Megaformers™

Maxwell’s at the Club Restaurant Review – Casual Yet Elegant Dining

Maxwell’s at the Club Restaurant Review – Casual Yet Elegant Dining Maxwell’s at the Club (part of East Bank Club), located at 500 Kingsbury Street in downtown Chicago, provides a casual yet elegant dining experience. An outstanding brunch menu is offered Fridays and Sundays

Nomi Kitchen Restaurant Brunch Review – Casual Elegance

Nomi Kitchen Restaurant Brunch Review – Casual Elegance New chef de cuisine of Nomi Kitchen, Paul Dobroski, will soon launch a brand new fall brunch menu. Located in the Park Hyatt Hotel on 800 North Michigan Avenue, in Chicago, Nomi Kitchen, is a restaurant of chic, casual elegance

Chicago Gourmet 2014 Review – A Chicago Tribute to Food and Wine

Chicago Gourmet 2014 Review – A Chicago Tribute to Food and Wine Chicago Gourmet Festival was held September 26th-28th. Started in 1998, Chicago Gourmet 2014 offered food and wine lovers samples of food and drink from over 150 highly acclaimed chefs, restaurants, and national/international wineries and breweries

David Bowie Exhibit at MCA Review – Tribute to a Music and Fashion Icon

David Bowie Exhibit at MCA Review – Tribute to a Music and Fashion Icon The David Bowie exhibit is currently at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, its only American tour. He has led a career in pop, music, fashion, art, and theater, with contemporary reinventions. (Sep. 23rd, 2014 - Jan. 4th, 2015)

Circa ‘57 Restaurant Review – Time Warp Dining

Circa ‘57 Restaurant Review – Time Warp Dining Circa 57, the new 1950s inspired diner located in Arlington Heights, Illinois, echoes a realistic 1950s diner with real artifacts such as a vintage soda fountain bar, recreated house dining area, an in-progress nightclub, and a ’57 Bel Air

Lollapalooza Festival Review – Three Days of Music Madness

Lollapalooza Festival Review – Three Days of Music Madness August 1-3, 2014 marked the 10th anniversary Chicago’s most popular summer music festival, Lollapalooza. A music extravaganza to see your favorite bands and singers, it takes place in Grant Park, on 337 East Randolph Street

Crosby, Stills and Nash Ravinia Concert Review – 45 Years of Folk Rock

Crosby, Stills and Nash Ravinia Concert Review – 45 Years of Folk Rock On Saturday, July 19th, the timeless and Grammy award-winning folk-rock "super group," Crosby, Stills, and Nash, performed for their third season at Ravinia Festival in Highland Park, Illinois

2 Sparrows Restaurant Review – Bringing the “Comfort” Back Into Food

2 Sparrows Restaurant Review – Bringing the “Comfort” Back Into Food Gregory Ellis’ 2 Sparrows, located on West Diversey Parkway in the Lincoln Park neighborhood, is a city favorite spot for organic and locally sourced breakfast, brunch, and lunch

Sarah McLachlan Ravinia Concert Review – Still Shining On

Sarah McLachlan Ravinia Concert Review – Still Shining On Sarah McLachlan’s performance at Ravinia this summer was her second time at Ravinia. Her debut there was back in 2012. Currently on tour, she is promoting her eighth album, Shine On

Meet the Patels Film Review – A Family Affair of Tradition, Culture, and Love

Meet the Patels Film Review – A Family Affair of Tradition, Culture, and Love Meet the Patels is a real romantic comedy about Ravi Patel, a 29 year old Indian-American who is in a love triangle between the woman he loves...and his parents. Filmed by Ravi's sister, Geeta, this touching film reveals how love is a family affair

Second City’s Apes of Wrath Review – A Space Odyssey to Go Ape For!

Second City’s Apes of Wrath Review – A Space Odyssey to Go Ape For! Come see Second City’s 38th Revue, “Apes of Wrath,” a set of hilarious yet memorable skits and improvisation that are wonderfully stranger than your average comedy show

Siena Tavern Gelatos of the Month Review – Amy Arnold: Pastry Chef Extraordinaire

Siena Tavern Gelatos of the Month Review – Amy Arnold: Pastry Chef Extraordinaire Corporate pastry chef of Chicago’s Siena Tavern restaurant, Amy Arnold, is on fire with her unique gelato flavors. Besides the delicious selection of popular pizzas, pastas, and meats, foodies and diners keep coming back for her gelato

Massage Envy Spa Mount Prospect Review – Massages, Facials and More

Massage Envy Spa Mount Prospect Review – Massages, Facials and More The new Massage Envy and Spa recently opened at the Randhurst Shopping Center in Mount Prospect, Illinois. This location offers the standard Massage Envy services such as a customized massage membership plan and healthy skin facials

National Restaurant Association Show Review – Good Food, Good Drinks, Good Business

National Restaurant Association Show Review – Good Food, Good Drinks, Good Business The National Restaurant Association and Hotel-Motel Show is one of the most extensive, informational, and attended foodservice industry tradeshows in the world. The 2014 NRA Show was held at McCormick Place May 16th-18th

Breaking Bread, Macaroons, and Waffle Cones Review – Devon Avenue Food and Culture

Breaking Bread, Macaroons, and Waffle Cones Review – Devon Avenue Food and Culture The Breaking Bread, Macaroons, and Waffle Cone Food Tour on Devon Avenue offers a variety of multicultural stores, restaurants, bakeries, and businesses throughout its several mile length

The Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo Review – A Pop Culture Shock

The Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo Review – A Pop Culture Shock The fifth annual Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo (C2E2) took over McCormick Place in downtown Chicago, April 25-27, 2014, with more creative costumes then ever

Oceanique Restaurant Review – More Than Just Fish in the Sea

Oceanique Restaurant Review – More Than Just Fish in the Sea Oceanique, a gourmet French-American seafood restaurant in Evanston, IL, noted as one of Chicago’s finest seafood restaurants, recently celebrated its 25th anniversary

Rising Stars In Concert Review – New Opera Stars Shine Brightly

Rising Stars In Concert Review – New Opera Stars Shine Brightly The Chicago Lyric Opera house presented Rising Stars in Concert Saturday, March 29th at 7:30pm, and featured current ensemble members of Lyric Opera for the 2013-2014 season

Bites Asian Tapas Review – Small Bites, Big Flavor

Bites Asian Tapas Review – Small Bites, Big Flavor Bites Asian Tapas, a new Asian tapas restaurant co-owned by former Tank Sushi servers, takes tapas a step further by offering cultural fusion dishes with cuisine inspired by China, Thailand, India, Japan, Korea, and Chicago

reWILDing Genius – A Genius Drama for the Millennium

reWILDing Genius  – A Genius Drama for the Millennium reWilding Genius, currently running at Steppenwolf's Garage Rep Theater in Chicago, is a contemporary play of a convincing representation of the Millennial generation

Number the Stars – From Book to Stage

Number the Stars – From Book to Stage Number the Stars, a Newbery Award-winning book by Lois Lowry, is a haunting, heart-warming and moving adaptation of a beautiful book currently running at the Depaul Merle Reskin Theatre in Chicago, Illinois

Macbeth Review – Tragedy, Power, Sacrifice

Macbeth Review – Tragedy, Power, Sacrifice Polarity Ensemble Theatre presents Macbeth, one of William Shakespeare’s darkest and thought-provoking tragedies currently being performed at The Greenhouse Theater Center

Phantom of the Opera Review – New Scenes Behind the Mask

Phantom of the Opera Review – New Scenes Behind the Mask Broadway legend Cameron Makintosh’s new production of Andrew Lloyd Weber’s Phantom of the Opera is on tour in Chicago January 15th through March 2, 2014, at the Cadillac Palace Theatre in Chicago

The Refinery Restaurant Review – Refined, Modern, Sophisticated

The Refinery Restaurant Review – Refined, Modern, Sophisticated Located on North Wells Street in the heart of Old Town, The Refinery is a new addition and perfect choice to add to Chicago’s famous list of excellent city restaurants

Chicago Fine Chocolate and Dessert Show Review – A Chocoholic’s Dream

Chicago Fine Chocolate and Dessert Show Review – A Chocoholic’s Dream The CFCDS was the ultimate chocolate and sweet tooth extravaganza. It was a fine chocolate, dessert and culinary event, which included national and international chocolates and creations by independent companies and award-winning chocolate makers

Chicago Gourmet 2013 Review – A Celebration of Food and Wine

Chicago Gourmet 2013 Review – A Celebration of Food and Wine Chicago Gourmet 2013 offers two delicious days of samples of food and drink from over 150 of Chicago’s highly acclaimed chefs and restaurants, as well as national and international wineries and breweries

Carnivale Restaurant Review – Color, Pizzazz, Glamour

Carnivale Restaurant Review – Color, Pizzazz, Glamour Carnivale's new head chef, Rodolfo Cuadros, revamps the menu of one of Chicago's most popular Latin restaurants

Joan Osborne at City Winery Review – Always “One of Us”

Joan Osborne at City Winery Review – Always “One of Us” On Sunday, August 18th, 2013, singer Joan Osborne was at her best at the Chicago City Winery

Emerson String Quartet at Ravinia Review - Legendary Musical Talent

Emerson String Quartet at Ravinia Review - Legendary Musical Talent Declared “America’s greatest quartet” by the New York Times, the Emerson String Quartet's concert marked the ESQ’s 19th season at Ravinia, having debuted there in 1985

The Glass Menagerie Review – A New and Unique Experience

The Glass Menagerie Review – A New and Unique Experience Due to popular demand by impressed audiences, The Glass Menagerie's original May-July run has been extended twice now running through August 25th, 2013

Sheryl Crow at Ravinia Review – No “Change Would Do Her Good”

Sheryl Crow at Ravinia Review – No “Change Would Do Her Good” Sheryl Crow returned to Ravinia Festival for her third time on Friday, July 19, 2013.

A Review of Julliard String Quartet’s Farwell to Samuel Rhodes at Ravinia

A Review of Julliard String Quartet’s Farwell to Samuel Rhodes at Ravinia This concert was the Julliard String Quartet's fourteenth season at the Ravinia Festival

Hofbräuhaus Chicago Rosemont Review – A 400 Year Old Tradition: Good Food, Good Beer, Good Times

Hofbräuhaus Chicago Rosemont Review – A 400 Year Old Tradition: Good Food, Good Beer, Good Times Hofbräuhaus Chicago Restaurant in Rosemont, IL, is the very first German micro brewery, beer hall, restaurant and beer garden in the Chicagoland area

Jewel Ravinia Concert Review – A “Jewel” of a Voice

Jewel Ravinia Concert Review – A “Jewel” of a Voice On Sunday, June 16, the singer, Jewel Kilcher, had her Ravinia debut.

Light Opera Works H.M.S Pinafore Review – Musical Absurdity on the High Seas

Light Opera Works H.M.S Pinafore Review – Musical Absurdity on the High Seas H.M.S. Pinafore is an over-the-top comic opera where the characters are not aware of their silliness and absurdity

The Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo Review – Comics, Movies and More

The Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo Review – Comics, Movies and More The fourth annual Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo (C2E2) originally focused only on comic books. It now includes pop culture, graphic novels, movies, TV shows, video games, toys, and more

Divine Wine and Dine Review - A Chicago Culinary Celebration

Divine Wine and Dine Review - A Chicago Culinary Celebration The second annual Divine and Wine Chicago is a unique culinary event that celebrated the most popular and accomplished restaurant/bar owners and chefs in the Chicagoland area

A Light In The Dark Review – The Story of Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan Through Modern Dance

A Light In The Dark Review – The Story of Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan Through Modern Dance “A Light in the Dark” depicts the beginning of the relationship between Helen Keller and her life-long companion, teacher, and friend, Anne Sullivan.

Capitol Steps Review – Taking Political Humor “Up A Step”

Capitol Steps Review – Taking Political Humor “Up A Step” The Capitol Steps comedy group has been performing for over thirty years and is back in Chicago at North Shore Center for the Performing Arts in Skokie

Bettye LaVette Review – Back In The Music Scene After 50 Years

 Bettye LaVette Review – Back In The Music Scene After 50 Years Bettye LaVette performs at City Winery Chicago celebrating her 50th year in music and singing.

The 24th Annual Long Grove Fine Art and Wine Festival Review - A Weekend of Wine, Art and Shopping

The 24th Annual Long Grove Fine Art and Wine Festival Review - A Weekend of Wine, Art and Shopping The Long Grove Art and Wine Fest contained a wide variety of arts and crafts with over 100-juried artists exhibiting different forms

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