Archive for November 2010

Theater At Its Quirkiest

Now that Thanksgiving is over, we know that after Black Friday, it’s downhill from here on out. Next thing you know Christmas has crept up on you. We end yet another season of Fall and begin a new season of Winter. This changing of seasons was the theme of Redmoon Theater‘s Winter Pageant, which has... Read more »

Chicago Greenbuilding Action

Chicago Greenbuilding Action
This week Chicago saw a surge of nearly 30,000 people at the McCormick Place West for Greenbuild — setting a new record as the largest Greenbuild since the show started in Austin, TX in 2002. Now that the activities surrounding this event have drawn to a close, let’s look at some of great examples of... Read more »

Greenbuild Leads "Generation Green"

At the kick-off of the industry’s largest gathering of representatives from all sectors of the green building movement, we saw the events drew crowds by the thousands, from the International Forum, to the Green Jobs Summit, to the opening of the international expo. At the Opening Plenary of Greenbuild on Wednesday, a new generation was... Read more »
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Greenbuild In The White City

As people from out-of-state begin to flock to Chicago this week for the “world’s largest conference and expo dedicated to green building, Greenbuild, social media sites from Twitter (hashtage #Greenbuild) to Facebook have people wanting to know must-see things about this city. GreenSource Magazine compiled an eclectic mix of Chicago Recommendations from its notable residents.... Read more »

An Affair With Athena in Chicago

An Affair With Athena in Chicago
In Athens, Greece, the Athenians built a temple in honor of Athena, the goddess of heroic endeavor (in war, civilization, wisdom, strength, strategy, crafts, justice and skill). This marble temple designed in the Doric style is popularly known as the Parthenon. In Chicago’s skyline, a building looks strikingly like an abstraction of the Greek Doric... Read more »