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There was a retro music celebration of sorts Sunday at The Venue at Hammond's Horseshoe Casino.
If you're looking for a place to dine that has something for family members of all ages, why not visit a traditional family restaurant.
Traveling down U.S. 30 in Valparaiso, one can't miss the grand building that stands as the focal point of Valparaiso University.
It's crisp, sweet and refreshing. Watermelon remains a favorite seasonal treat for adults and children.
Day in the Country
Avery Moss never minds stepping into the kitchen to create special treats for friends and family.
One of the most anticipated rock shows of the summer landed July 25 at First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre in Tinley Park and didn't disappoint.
The musician who had everyone singing the "Lido Shuffle" and "Lowdown" during the 1970s will entertain fans in Hammond today.
Italian Ice on the Menu
Parmalee is currently on the road and bringing its country sounds to fans across the nation.
When it comes to music royalty, former Beatle Paul McCartney stands alone. His song catalog, charisma and stellar showmanship shone in the spotlight Wednesday during a sold-out performance at Chicago's United Center.
Rock band Train is on track bringing the hits to music fans this summer.
Summer is prime time for festivals. And the celebratory atmosphere at fairs and fests always includes food.
Actor Drew McVety showcases expert talents in the musical theater arena and on the culinary stage.
There aren't many performers like Terry Fator.
Former Beatle Paul McCartney kicks off the U.S portion of his "Out There" tour Saturday in Albany, New York.
Musician Sting's first musical "The Last Ship" debuted in Chicago last week at Bank of America Theatre. The pre-Broadway run of the production continues to July 13. "The Last Ship is scheduled to begin previews in New York on Sept. 29.
Fruit lovers know mid-summer brings blueberries to the forefront.
Two audiences people wouldn't expect to come together in a theater are enjoying the work of championship break dancers The Flying Steps in Chicago this week.
The magic of majestic circus arts and the music of the legendary King of Pop combine on stage for the Chicagoland return of a unique production.
One of the bands that's considered music royalty held court in Chicago last week.
Individuals interested in the ways and lifestyle of the Amish need only take a short drive to Nappanee, Ind.
Italian singing group Il Volo is making beautiful music across the United States this summer.
When Huey Lewis steps onto a stage, it's always a party of sorts.
Music fans who work in downtown Chicago can enjoy a variety of genres during the annual summer season of "Rush Hour Concerts."
One of the biggest concerts of the summer is set to rock onto the stage of The United Center this week.
For Chris Lemmon, stepping into the kitchen is a real joy.
Broadway in Chicago will present the world premiere pre-Broadway run of Sting's new musical "The Last Ship" beginning next week in the Windy City.
With the rise of consumer interest in various DIY projects in the last decade, creativity in the food arts continues to grow.
Keyboardist/singer Burton Cummings held court at Chicago's City Winery last week performing two sold-out shows to enthusiastic fans.
Jonathan Tolins loves to eat and his passion for food has led to creativity on the home culinary stage.
The tunes of one of the most iconic groups in music history will echo through the United Center next week when singer/songwriter Barry Gibb steps on stage.
A creative and innovative mix of theater and movement took center stage last weekend in Chicago.
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Singer Donny Osmond has been in the musical spotlight for five decades. He's garnered fans through the years while being a member of The Osmond Brothers, appearing as a solo act and also joining with sister Marie as duo Donny and Marie, a team that's been starring in their hit Las Vegas show…
"Motown the Musical" officially launched its first national tour last week at The Oriental Theatre in Chicago.
Actress Christina Nieves doesn't mind experimenting in the kitchen.
The flavors of China are varied with each region of the country offering up its own signature cuisine.
A new festival honoring one of Chicago's legends continues through May 11 at the Logan Center for the Arts.
Humor has long been at the forefront of Billy Gardell's life. As a kid, the comedian took notice of the classic comics, particularly his idol Jackie Gleason.
Motown legend Diana Ross took fans back in time Friday at Four Winds Casino in New Buffalo, Mich.
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