Posted By: Stephanie Fallara By: December 13, 2013
Warner Bros. studio uploaded a two-minute trailer for the Wachowski siblings and Chicago natives new film on to YouTube this week.
The science fiction film, Jupiter Ascending, is about a young woman, played by Mila Kunis, destined to rule the universe but who must first dodge an assassin sent by the current queen. She is rescued by a “genetically engineered ex-military hunter” played by…
Posted By: Stephanie Fallara By: November 26, 2013
The 18th Annual Christkindlmarket Chicago opens today and will be open daily through Christmas Eve (December 24th). With free admission and plenty of events scheduled, the Christkindlmarket is a must see during the holiday season.
For more information, check out the Christkindlmarket Chicago website.
Posted By: Stephanie Fallara By: November 19, 2013
In observance of the fiftieth anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on Friday, November 22, The Museum of Broadcast Communications will begin running the TV coverage of the shooting at 12:34 p.m., which is the time the first bulletin ran on TV in 1963.
It will run in real time for 5-6 hours and then be cycled through again for the evening. Patrons are invited to watch…
Posted By: Stephanie Fallara By: November 12, 2013
It's time to let us know who you think should be nominated for the River North's Best award. The business must be a member of the River North Business Association and has had a positive impact on the River North Community. We're looking for nominees in these categories:
- Best New Restaurant (open 18 months or less)
- Best Restaurant
- Best Business or Service
Posted By: Stephanie Fallara By: November 07, 2013
Jim Gilligan, RNBA's Marketing Chairman, previously served as Concierge Preferred's Vice President of Advertising and joined the company's team in 2005, originally as Director of Sales. As Publisher, Gilligan is assigned to the mission of continuing to seek and develop marketing opportunities to allow Concierge Preferred partners to stay ahead of the game in attracting Chicago's lucrative tourism…
Posted By: Stephanie Fallara By: October 30, 2013
What will happen with the Divvy Bike sharing company when the weather in Chicago turns inclement?
"All stations will be available year-round, though we'll reduce the bike fleet on the street to match ridership," said Elliot Greenberger, a spokesman for the Divvy. As winter weather rolls in, some bicycles will be moved to storage to reduce exposure to the elements. Divvy owns about 3,000…