Late Night Gourmet 2018 brought the beats (and eats). Guests grooved into the Chicago Gourmet weekend at Late Night Gourmet, presented by Chicago magazine. This late-night soiree at the Underground delivered an unforgettable kickoff to a musically inspired culinary weekend of flavor and fun. Foodies and industry greats mingled while enjoying tasty bites, dancing to the sensational … Read more
Local documentary film gurus Kartemquin brought together 275 filmmakers and benefactors at their 2018 #EmpoweringTruth luncheon. Sponsored by Chicago, the event featured a dynamic conversation about equity in education with filmmaker Steve James, Oak Park and River Forest High School teacher Jessica Stovall, and Charles Donalson III — pegged to James's docu-series America to Me, which examined racial inequality at OPRF. The … Read more
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Send 2018 out the door in style
Founded by Frank Holme, the institution trained many artists who heavily influenced the field of design.
Those FBI raids aren’t a good look. But the 50-year alderman has been losing support in his increasingly Latino ward for years.
The veteran gem expert’s new series, “Sacred Geometries,” is stocked with wearable works of art.
Chicago Children’s Museum mounted its most lucrative fundraising yet last month at the Aon Grand Ballroom on Navy Pier. More than 500 guests turned out to contribute more than $1,000,000 to the museum — a record number for CCM. “We’re so grateful for the generosity of our supporters,” said CCM President and CEO Jennifer Farrington. “Each gift … Read more
It’s outdoor hockey time! The Blackhawks brave the elements at Notre Dame in front of their largest crowd ever.
From food allergies the future of our skyline, the stories you loved the most this year.