Articles by Amy Munice
Architecture, dance and a rare illustrated book inspire three new works performed at the CSO's MusicNOW concert
Chicago Symphony Orchestra performs works by Beethoven, Tchaikovsky and Polish composer Lutoslawski
Timeline Theatre Company remounts a short-lived Broadway musical from 1959, "Juno"
Museum of Contemporary Art Hosts North American premiere of choreographer Maud Le Pladec's contemplation of "Democracy"
Ballet Preljocaj's Tale of Snow White Adds the X-Rating with help by Jean Paul Gaultier couture
Imagine a Dilbert Cartoon with music and dance and great cast chemistry. That's Porchlight Music Theatre's bring to life "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying".
Chicago Humanities Festival announces its lineup for the Fall 25th Anniversary Festival
Chicago Symphony Orchestra's "Beyond the Score: Things Our Fathers Loved" brings Charles Ives' music to life as never before
Lookingglass Theatre's "In The Garden" speaks to the struggle between Creationism and secular science through the lens of Charles Darwin's domestic life
Corner Bakery Cafe adds healthy menu items
Four works-- Barber, Schuman, Bates, Gershwin-- performed flawlessly by Chicago Symphony Orchestra under Leonard Slatkin's baton
Hanoi's La Badiane Restaurant Serves World-Class Outstanding Food With Thoughtful Creative Flourish
Rush Hour Concerts - Free Concerts every Tuesday evening at St. James Cathedral in River North,
June 3 – August 26
Non-golfers and golfers alike will thrive and RELAX at The Boulders
"Petals and Pearls" was the name of the Lyric Opera's "Fantasy"- an important fundraising benefit and an even better party
MusicNOW concert series showcases new music
"Ain't Misbehavin" recreates Harlem Renaissance glory and song
A Chicagoan's summary of Scottsdale highlights-- when to go and what to do
Immerse in the artistry and traditions of Southwestern Native American tribes at The Heard Museum
With an imaginative and novel method of storytelling, "The Golden Dragon" takes on human trafficking and exploitation of illegal workers
Lovers of world music and students of global culture should not miss Phoenix' Musical Instrument Museum
"Taste of Old Scottsdale" food tour gives you bearings on the town, its history and range of food options
Rich in public art, Scottsdale also hosts a weekly artwalk that display works --largely Western and Native American arts-- from its 100 or so galleries
The House Brasserie is a destination in its own right for any visitors to Scottsdale who love great food
Desert Splash seaplane rides through dazzling Southwest splendor
Scottsdale's "Native Trails" is a twice weekly outdoor celebration of Native American food, dance, song and tongue
Scottsdale's "Native Trails" is a twice weekly outdoor celebration of Native American food, dance, song and tongue.
Chicago Symphony Center hosts the world premiere of an exciting new work that is part of the rare two cello and orchestra repertoire
Touring Taliesin West in Scottsdale gives you a sense of Frank Lloyd Wright the man, as well as his architecture
Scottsdale's Cosanti is a required visit for any serious student of sustainability and thought-provoking for all