The rain ended in time for the Maxtravaganza fundraiser June 21 at Lake Forest Sportscars in Lake Bluff. Then again, for the spiffy cars parked indoors, they didn’t have their new car shine affected by rain droplets at 990 N. Shore Blvd.
July 20 3 p.m. |
Karie Angell Luc
The Evanston Art Center, Board of Trustees and Event Chairman Linda Beck recently hosted a closing night gala for the 27th Annual Spring Benefit Art Auction.
Over 150 corporate leaders, Chicago art supporters, diplomats and donors attended an exclusive evening of fine art and music at the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center’s summer opening of Charlotte Salomon: “Life? or Theater?” on June 19.
For its 40th anniversary year, the Chicago Artists Coalition paired four artists with four chefs and four mixologists to insure that no one went home either sensory or nourishment-deprived from their second annual Starving Artist Benefit.
At the Turning Point Behavioral Health Care Center in Skokie, the mission is “Solid Support When You Need It Most.”
With violence raging in the Middle East, local Jewish and Muslim leaders joined together in a show of solidarity in Evanston’s Fountain Square earlier this week, lamenting the loss of life and expressing hope and prayers for peace.
July 18 9:50 a.m. |
The Illinois Eye-Bank forged “A New Chapter” for its 16th annual Gift of Sight Gala at the Peninsula Hotel Chicago on June 19.
Renaissance man, Gabriel Viti, Highwood’s successful chef/restaurateur who scaled the world’s seven summits, has never backed down from a challenge.
July 15 5 p.m. |
By Lee A. Litas
The Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University in Chicago held its second annual Sullivan’s Summer Solstice celebration on June 19.
Retired Nurse educator Florine Marks works at the Information Desk as a visitor services volunteer at the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center. These volunteers are fully immersed in the Museum, serving as ambassadors to the community.
July 13 12:20 p.m. |