UA-1688115-3
Home » Archives by category » Entertainment » Art
From the Eyes of College Performers: Studying in the Windy City

From the Eyes of College Performers: Studying in the Windy City

Attending college in a large city like Chicago may be overwhelming, but three students from small towns, all who have dreams of  one day performing on the big stage, knew they needed to leave the comfort of home, face the challenge and reap the connections and experience an urban school could bring. Nick McDowell, Elya […]

Cafe Jumping Bean Keeps Local Art Alive

Comments Off on Cafe Jumping Bean Keeps Local Art Alive
Cafe Jumping Bean Keeps Local Art Alive

The Cafe Jumping Bean, located in Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood, strives to keep the art scene alive for the neighborhood residents. Owner Eleazar Delgado opened the cafe’s doors in 1994 when he was only a 26-year-old, but even at such a young age, Delgado had a vision for what he wanted. “I had fast food experience […]

Continue reading …

Yoga Loft: Not Just Stretching

Comments Off on Yoga Loft: Not Just Stretching
Yoga Loft: Not Just Stretching

Yoga Loft in River North has made a business out of not only transforming people’s bodies, but also their minds. The studio, located at 15 W. Hubbard St. opened three years ago, the creation of Tim Ceurvorst and Jill Jerome. Ceurvorst and Jerome had a goal of not only practicing an art about which they […]

Continue reading …

Pivot Media free 24-hour of media for Earth Day

Comments Off on Pivot Media free 24-hour of media for Earth Day
Pivot Media free 24-hour of media for Earth Day

Are you stuck in class or at work,  and can’t get out and do something for Earth Day? Pivot-participant media is going to stream 24-hours of shows for its  “Earth Day” marathon of environmentally focused programs about our precious planet. Starting at 5:00am, the day will be filled with captivating shows and documentaries on the Earth. […]

Continue reading …
Jenny Kendler Brings Environmental Activism to DePaul Art Museum’s “Rooted in Soil” Exibition

With the pop of a balloon, thousands of milkweed seeds were released into the air on Saturday in hopes of producing more milkweed plants to sustain the dwindling population of monarch butterflies. Chicago artist and activist Jenny Kendler stood outside the DePaul Art Museum alongside a silver hotdog cart, handing out biodegradable balloons to passers-by. […]

Continue reading …

Determined Dancer Aims to Dance On

Comments Off on Determined Dancer Aims to Dance On
Determined Dancer Aims to Dance On

Northern California native Umiko Nakamura, better known, as “Umi,” a freshman dance student at Columbia College Chicago, is adjusting to Chicago’s dance scene. Born in Mountain View, California, Nakamura developed her passion for dance in Los Angeles, where she started out in hip-hop dance classes. In middle school she added tap, jazz and ballet to […]

Continue reading …

“Mancow” Muller and Reporter Meilin Jin Just for Fun

Comments Off on “Mancow” Muller and Reporter Meilin Jin Just for Fun
“Mancow” Muller and Reporter Meilin Jin Just for Fun

Erich “Mancow” Muller, is a radio and television personality who is the former host of Mancow’s Morning Madhouse, a syndicated radio show based in Chicago. Recently, Mancow  made an announcement that he is returning the Chicago’s 97.9FM “The Loop” radio station He talks about his fun trip to China and his most memorable things during […]

Continue reading …
Page 1 of 60123Next ›Last »