Archive for May 2019

Manet and Modern Beauty exhibition opens at the Art Institute of Chicago

Manet and Modern Beauty exhibition opens at the Art Institute of Chicago
This summer art lovers will be able to bask in a very special exhibition, “Manet and Modern Beauty” at the Art Institute of Chicago. The exhibition, the first Art Institute exhibition devoted exclusively to Édouard Manet in over 50 years focuses on the transformation of the artist’s style in his later years–bringing together an impressive array... Read more »

Miracle the Musical: Relive the miracle of the 2016 Chicago Cubs

Miracle the Musical: Relive the miracle of the 2016 Chicago Cubs
Holy Cow–it’s a miracle 108 Years in the making Reliving the magic of the team formerly known as the lovable losers’ 2016 rise to glory brings goosebumps and tears to the eyes of Cubbie fans. Seeing the story played out on the Royal George Stage (1641 N Halsted St) at the World Premiere of “Miracle,” recalls... Read more »

Randolph Street Market kick off bash always a good time

Randolph Street Market kick off bash always a good time
America’s largest urban antique market is back and completely revitalized in the lively West Loop, featuring over 250 vendors showcasing all things vintage to get you ready for the summer months ahead Hailed as the “Best Market in Chicago” by Timeout Chicago and one of the “Top 10 American Flea Markets” by USA Today, Chicago’s... Read more »
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Eating healthy at the National Restaurant Show in Chicago: Impossible

Eating healthy at the National Restaurant Show in Chicago: Impossible
Foodies, industry leaders from around the globe, top chefs and the Who’s Who of the food world are in Chicago to celebrate l00YearsOfWow–the hashtag for the 2019 show. The century old convention brings together some 67,000+ foodservice professionals to observe the latest trends in the foodservice industry from ingredients, advancements in restaurant technology, kitchen gadgets and... Read more »

Riverwalk East opens today as part of the Chicago Riverwalk celebration

Riverwalk East opens today as part of the Chicago Riverwalk celebration
Chicago Riverwalk East, a 1.25 mile section between Michigan Avenue and Lake Shore Drive on the south side of the Chicago River opens today. The $12 million investment marks the completion of the Riverwalk which the City of Chicago is celebrating this week (today through Sunday) with free public programming and vendor specials. The pomade... Read more »

West Side Story brings cast of nearly 100 to Lyric stage

West Side Story brings cast of nearly 100 to Lyric stage
Saturday night in a fully packed Lyric Opera house, the tragic story of of Tony and Maria ‘s unforbidden love played out in magnificent style as the Lyric rolled out their Spring Musical–which has become a highly anticipated tradition–this being its seventh year. With a cast of nearly 100 artists and musicians, the Lyric’s coproduction... Read more »
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World's largest rooftop deck coming to Chicago

World's largest rooftop deck coming to Chicago
Boasting over 36,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space, this spectacular year-round rooftop destination will elevate the Chicago skyline to another level, offering locals a truly unique perspective of The Windy City and Lake Michigan  Are you ready Chicago? It’s been a long winter but not unlike the pot of gold at the end... Read more »

Cut loose with Footloose: The Musical at the Marriott Theatre

Cut loose with Footloose: The Musical at the Marriott Theatre
It’s 1978, Ren McCormack (Adrian Wharton), a big city boy, finds himself in small town America with all of its perceived trappings and no way to escape. If that isn’t bad enough, he soon finds out, Bomont, the town where he’s moved has a ban on music and dancing of any kind. “Footloose”, based loosely... Read more »