A Walk in the Park

April 9, 2016:   April 09, 2016 BY JUDY CARMACK BROSS     By winter’s end, the well has run dry of indoor activities to do with our children (or grandchildren). We become restless and ready to make a mad dash out of the house by the time spring makes its arrival. Thankfully, […]

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Women to Watch, Part IV

April 9, 2016:   April 09, 2016 BY JUDY CARMACK BROSS   Georgy Ann Peluchiwski Just named Chairman of the Board of the Latin School of Chicago, Georgy Ann Peluchiwski brings transformational skills to any community she joins. As co-founder and chair of the Chicago Chapter of Impact 100, she leads a process […]

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The Perennial Biker

April 9, 2016: April 09, 2016 By: Brigitte Treumann Among the many of Chicago’s glories are her lively, diverse, and fascinating neighborhoods. How to best visit them? Get on your bicycle and start peddling! Which is what I have done, and continue to do, throughout most of the year (unless there is a […]

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The Butlers of Oak Brook, Eight

April 8, 2016: By Megan McKinney

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Taste Makers: Myriam Bransfield and the Alliance Française

April 3, 2016:     April 03, 2016 BY JUDY CARMACK BROSS Art, Sex, and Power: this quintessential French combination is a surefire draw for the Alliance Française de Chicago’s upcoming lecture series “The Taste Makers: Queens and Mistresses.” On April 20, May 4, and June 10, this trio of lectures will present […]

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Joseff of Hollywood

April 3, 2016:   April 03, 2016 BY STUART MESIRES   One of the most famous American Hollywood costume jewelry designers, Eugene Joseff, was from Chicago. Known as the “Jeweler to the Stars,” Joseff made most of the jewelry that was used in Hollywood movies in the ’30s, ’40s and ’50s. Born in […]

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Mentoring

April 3, 2016:   April 03, 2016 BY JUDY CARMACK BROSS     The most important guiding principle of human existence is to give at least as much as you take. Sometimes this giving can take the form of mentorship, one of the most meaningful examples of altruism. But being a mentor isn’t […]

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The Butlers of Oak Brook, Seven

April 3, 2016: By Megan McKinney

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