Shakespearean monologues, African-inspired drumming and a jazz cabaret were just a few of the acts that lit up the stage at Chicago High School for the Arts’ annual Kerfuffle! benefit May 7.
Keynote speaker Rear Admiral Casey W. Coane encouraged local leaders to support childhood education for the next generation of Chicagoans at the Ounce of Prevention Fund’s annual luncheon May 6.
‘The View” co-host Jenny McCarthy celebrated Mother’s Day weekend with her son by her side at Generation Rescue’s seventh annual Rescue Our Angels event May 9.
With the help of 300 Habitat for Humanity volunteers, 13 new houses will pop up along Michigan Avenue at the end of the month, giving more than a dozen local families a place to call home.
The Merit School of Music hit a high note at its annual gala May 8, celebrating 35 years of children’s music education by shattering fundraising records.
Steppenwolf Theatre Company’s ensemble stole the stage May 3 at the group’s annual gala, giving 600 guests a first look at scenes from “The Way West,” directed by ensemble member Amy Morton.
Chicago moms and dads took a crash course in parenting alongside actress Butch Jerinic during the Chicago Children’s Theatre’s annual Lunch and Learn benefit April 30.
The National Museum of Mexican Art’s May 2 Gala de Arte — themed “Suenos y Esperanzos” (“Dreams and Hopes”) — was a dream come true, shattering fundraising records and bolstering the museum’s exhibitions and educational programs.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel praised local lifesavers in a declaration read at the American Red Cross of Greater Chicago’s annual Heroes Breakfast April 30.
California Chrome may have earned the victory wreath, but it was the more than 300 guests at the Vineyard Vines Kentucky Derby Party at Del Frisco’s (58 E Oak) May 3 who really won big.