Archive for February 2012

Matt Lamb: He created peace with a paintbrush

“Art is the universal language, and it can change the world”.  This belief statement is the foundation of Matt Lamb’s state of mind, whereby spirituality enabled him to accomplish his artwork and influence the hopes and dreams of others …. Following in the footsteps of his father, Matt Lamb prospered as an undertaker; yet he did... Read more »

Paws Party: Animal Magnetism

KISS-FM Morning Show's Angi Taylor, Paula & Brotha’ Fred
Paula and Alexis Fasseas The animal kingdom was well represented Friday night as canine breeds of all shapes and sizes stopped by Galleria Marchetti in celebration of PAWS Chicago’s “Animal Magnetism” party ….   Mouth watering cocktails and delicious hors d’oeuvres were followed by a sumptuous buffet dinner.  Every breed from the largest Great Dane... Read more »

Aida: A Love Story

Aida is truly an Opera for all ages.  This love story has something for everyone; betrayal, war, and a love that could never be.  The story comes to life with dramatic choreography by Chicago native Kenneth Von Heidecke, with outstanding singing and vibrant costumes.  Although Aida is a grand and opulent Opera, it is very... Read more »

" ... and many happy returns"

Generations of crowds gathered (both young and old) on a chilly Sunday night at the Park West (at the corner of Clark and Armitage) to celebrate a milestone – Gene & Georgetti’s 70th anniversary.  As a film presentation which lasted over an hour that captured everyone’s attention, this particular Park West party chronicled the history... Read more »