Andersonville Galleria Has Something for EveryoneFrom portraits made out of video cassettes to a variety of gourmet treats, you can find almost anything at Andersonville Galleria, a retail market building that is home to over 90 different tenants. Located in the heart of Andersonville at 5247 N. Clark St., the galleria first opened in November 2007. It is the perfect... Read more »
Monthly Art Galleries in ChicagoThe Chicago Arts District, located across Halsted and 18th Street, seeks to preserve the artistic culture of Chicago. Doing so, they hold monthly art walks on every second Friday of the month. They call the event Second Friday’s, and those who go to view are welcomed with drinks and snacks and walk through an assortment... Read more »
Chicago Scene Invites You to be a Cultural ExplorerChicago is one of the most amazing cities in the world populated by intelligent, loyal, and sophisticated Cultural Explorers who are ready to reexamine the eccentric neighborhoods of the city. Chicago is home to nearly three million residents who take pride in their city all four seasons and celebrate their commitment to calling this city... Read more &...
How Adele Ruined the Holiday SpiritThis is a true story about the journey myself and countless other Chicagoans endured the day Adele tickets went on sale for her run of shows at the United Center. 12/16/2015, 9:24 a.m. I commented to my co-worker one morning, “Hey man, this may sound like a lame excuse, but I need to be by... Read more »
Hershey Felder as Irving Berlin Warms Hearts in “George Gershwin Alone”If you’ve seen one of Hershey Felder’s performances, you know they’re memorable. He’s been thrilling Chicago audiences for more than a decade with his one-man shows about composers showcasing his serious chops as a pianist. When you leave the theater after seeing “George Gershwin Alone,” you can’t stop singing “Embraceable You.” After seeing “Maestro Bernstein,”... by filed under Art. Tags: