Articles by Jacqueline Keer
Fogo de Chao is a “Churrascaria”, or Brazilian steak house, which began as a successful Brazilian chain and expanded to the U.S. Churrasco is "the Gaucho way of preparing meat”, a style that originated with cowboys in southern Brazil
GAIAM offers a lively, colorful new clothes collection for spring. The clothes are made of organic cotton, and the line has items that can be used for yoga and other sports, as cover-ups, or both
A recent collaborative wine pairing event, hosted by Fleming's and Connoisseur Wines, featured wines from Qupe, a winery in California's Central Coast that specializes in the French Rhone style
GAIAM offers a new lively, colorful, eco-friendly wardrobe for spring, with clothes made of cotton, sustainable bamboo and high-performance recycled polyester. The collection includes yoga/fitness apparel, sport cover-ups and dress options
Gaiam offers Gwen Lawrence’s Fit Body Yoga, Seane Corn’s Detox Flow Yoga and Trudie Styler’s Strengthen & Restore Yoga & mobile app. Three great approaches to greater strength, increased flexibility and overall fitness
Katz’s Delicatessen, at the corner of Houston and Ludlow streets in the Lower East Side, is a confluence of food, history, and atmosphere that could only exist in New York.
We arrived at Fleming's on one of the coldest days in recent memory, a frigid day which required layered clothing and strength of character, and as soon as we walked into Fleming’s, we began to warm up physically and psychologically
We arrived at Benny’s Chop House just three days after the third-worst blizzard in a city with a vast history of snowstorms, and walked into a restaurant that was warm and inviting.
Everest is a Chicago restaurant you REALLY should know - it was even better than we remembered
We were thrilled to be guests at MK Restaurant for an evening of pairings between several courses prepared at the restaurant, and selected vintages of Archery Summit wines.
Tucked away in a low-slung building in a nondescript corner of Logan Square, Bonsoiree offers a creative feast for the senses in a remarkably casual, BYOB environment.
Magnolia, the world premiere of a play by Regina Taylor, contextualizes race relations in the U.S, through the effective rendering of multi-faceted characters and a robust mise-en-scene.
Anyone who’s lived in Chicago for a while, or even skimmed Mike Royko’s “Boss,” knows that the Chicago Machine is populated with a cast of characters that are Shakespearean in the scope of their tragic flaws.
“Art”, a one-act satire by French playwright Yasmina Reza, poses fascinating questions about the relationship of art and rationality
The wonder and the frustration of interpreting the context of Shakespeare’s work is that the myth is so large, and factual history so scarce, that his body of work has become iconic and the man himself a source of endless speculation.
Celebrate the true meaning of casual elegance with a visit to Eve
In search of the ultimate New York dining experience, we were drawn to SavorNY’s interesting concept, a “pan-New York” fusion approach to tapas.