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The American Institute of Architects has released this year's nominees for the Restaurant Design People’s Choice Awards and voting is now open online. A jury including architect George Kelley, writer and editor Margot Dougherty and restaurateur...
Take a stroll for a rare opportunity to get up close to historic and modern mansions Traversing the famous Geneva Lake Shore Path, never straying more than 20 feet from the water's edge is about as close as you'll ever get to walking on water. Any...
Denise Scott Brown has worked side by side with her husband, architect Robert Venturi, since the early 1960s, joining his firm and marrying him in 1967 and becoming the firm's principal in charge of planning in 1969. In 1991, Venturi won their...
Boeing Galleries Millennium Park, 201 E. Randolph St.; 312-742-1168, millenniumpark.org The alfresco galleries flanking Cloud Gate ("The Bean") showcase modern and contemporary art, offering visitors a historical, social and cultural context of modern...
Tags: Artists, Arts and Culture, Sculpture, Daniel Burnham, Cloud Gate
ReutersLOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Count Almaviva, muscles bulging and resplendent in white, struts like a peacock across the stage belting his baritone at his countess, who sits in a flowing red gown against a sparse backdrop of sleek, modernist lines. It is...
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John O'Brien is a patient man. For months, O'Brien and his architect have met with Winnetka preservationists and others in the north suburb who want to see at least part of the historic lakefront Gage House spared from the wrecking ball. O'Brien...
Special CorrespondentCheck this list often as new tips, events and deals around Florida come in: Culinary features on Anna Maria Island Mainsail Beach Inn on Florida’s Anna Maria Island has partnered with the Beach Bistro to offer a number of culinary luxuries to...
Orlando SentinelSigns reading "Stop the Lens" appear as you near St. Petersburg Pier, the iconic landmark built in the 1970s. The Lens is the proposed award-winning design by architect Michael Maltzan that will replace The Pier, as the locals call it. The city has...
Echoes of Egypt: Conjuring the Land of the Pharoahs Ends Jan. 4, 2014, Peabody Museum of Natural History, 170 Whitney Ave., New Haven, (203) 432-5050, peabody.yale.edu. Colleen Manassa, curator of Echoes of Egypt, gives a tour of the exhibition on...
RedEyeToday is the deadline to submit ideas for the Chicago Architecture Foundation's contest to design bus shelters for express bus service that's coming to Ashland Avenue and the Loop. The "Next Stop" contest was created to encourage conversation about...
The Wilmette Park District will close its public golf course on July 29 for a $2 million renovation that officials say will reduce flood problems and provide new challenges for golfers. It will be the largest renovation ever for the Wilmette Golf Club,...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Renovation, Sports, Golf, Chicago Tribune
St. Louis Post-DispatchST. LOUIS Brad Erwin was in junior high that day in August 1990, when a tornado destroyed much of his hometown of Plainfield. Ill., including two schools. Twenty-nine people died during the storm. Erwin believes the death toll could have been much higher...
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