University Of Chicago Artists-In-Residence Announced Existing conditions at Garfield and Prairie, where the Washington Park Arts Incubator will open in early 2013. Last week, the University of Chicago’s Arts and Public Life initiative announced the selection of five Chicago-based artists for its 2012-13 artists-in-residence program. The artists are musician LeRoy Bach, photographer Cecil McDonald Jr., musician Tomeka […]
Showbiz Chicago Gets Up Close and Personal with ‘Scrooge & Marley’ star Tim Kazurinsky (Marley’s ghost) and co-producer Tracy Baim Posted on 06 December 2012 by Michael Roberts Podcast with Tracy Baim Podcast with Tracy Baim from Michael Roberts (click here) Producer and Founder/Editor in Chief of WINDY CITY TIMES discusses the new film SCROOGE & MARLEY. […]
Star Of New “Scrooge And Marley,” Bruce Vilanch, Gives Great Interview The world contains quite a few people who seem to always be playing to an invisible camera. But Bruce Vilanch is one of those truly rare people who is always cracking jokes off the top of his head that are actually funny. Vilanch […]
MEDIA ADVISORY UPDATE Big LLou Johnson The Golden Voice Of BB King’s Bluesville Joins Chicago Blues Royalty as Co-Host of Chicago Blues Mamas For Obama Concert: One Night, One Stage, 10 Blues Divas, One Voice CHICAGO, November 5 – Big LLou Johnson will join Chicago’s Blues Royalty on election night as co-host adding a sultry […]
Chicago Election Night Parties 2012: Watching Parties In The Windy City Didn’t manage to get your hands on tickets to Obama’s election night rally at McCormick Place but still looking to diffuse political angst by surrounding yourself by some friendly strangers in the president’s hometown? We’ve gathered a number of Chicago election night parties to serve as […]
June 8, 2012 By Pat Milhizer — firstname.lastname@example.org Law Bulletin staff writer Chicago Daily Law Bulletin Bradley Weiss prosecuted government contractors accused of fraud in Washington, D.C., in 1999 when he developed Parkinson’s disease after a toxic injection during nasal surgery. He moved home to Chicago and eventually became of counsel at Miner, Barnhill & Galland P.C. […]
Brilliant litigation attorney Bradley Weiss, who was stricken with Parkinson’s Disease at the height of his Washington, DC career with the Department of Justice and as Of Counsel at Chicago’s prestigious law firm, Miner, BarnHill & Galland, turns professional artistic photojournalist with the debut of his photo series Montezuma Nights at Chicago’s Mars Gallery, opening Thursday evening June 7, 2012, 1139 W. Fulton Market.
Superbowl in Chicago? Mayor Rahm Emanuel floated the idea Thursday of the Bears Soldier Field hosting a future Super Bowl.
A bill passed by the Illinois Senate earlier this month will make recess mandatory in schools statewide if Gov. Pat Quinn and the House follow suit and sign off on the plan.