At the dawn of the digital age, an elite figure skater and her manager-husband navigate towards the Olympics that will change their lives forever. Revisiting events that rocked the sporting world, Dan Aibel’s provocative new play T., named for Tonya Harding, explores the psychology of underdogs, desperate to rise above their class. Enjoy a pre-show reception with food and drink at Begyle Brewing on 6/3!
The Ravenswood Corridor and surrounding area boasts some of Chicago’s most unique and award-winning craft beer options, with a bevy of breweries (plus a renowned distillery). In honor of this growing industry, the Greater Ravenswood Chamber of Commerce announced today the establishment of Chicago’s Malt Row.
Each month, the Greater Ravenswood Chamber of Commerce spotlights a different business from our neighborhood. This month we get to know Bill Hurley, CEO of Empirical Brewery at Foster and Ravenswood.
Each month, the Greater Ravenswood Chamber of Commerce spotlights a different business from our neighborhood. This month we get to know Will Goodwin and the crew at Spoken Cafe on Montrose Avenue.
Greater Ravenswood Chamber of Commerce welcomes a panel of state level elected officials to discuss the current climate of small business in Illinois. Participating officials include: State Treasurer Michael Frerichs, State Senator Heather Steans, State Representative Ann Williams & State Representative Greg Harris. Attendees will enjoy lunch catered by Vidalia Restaurant at Ravenwood’s Artifact Events.
Each month, the Greater Ravenswood Chamber of Commerce spotlights a different business from our neighborhood. This month we get to know Christin Rose, owner of Savvy Seconds and 1st’s on Lawrence Avenue.
From the hum of conversation in the restaurant, it was clear that the 1 hour allotted for small group discussion wouldn’t suffice. The women at each table were deeply engaged in dialogue around their stories – the similarities and differences in their professional experiences – across generations. Vibrant conversation – and delicious lunch – forges new relationships and opens up new ideas, which was precisely the thinking for the WLiB Committee in hosting this event. And this event did not disappoint.
Networking events can sometimes be awkward for humans, but dogs are naturals when it comes to making new friends. Let your pup do the ice-breaking at our January mixer: Where Bark Meets Business!