Articles by Jennifer Lunz

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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