Let us not forget to embrace the spirit of Memorial Day weekend. A time to honor service members and those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedoms. A debt the nation may never repay in full but have and will continue to change the lives of every single citizen in the United States of America.
Have a safe and restful Memorial Day,
Your CUI Team
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Don’t Miss Nathan Lane & Robert Falls in This Week’s Live @ Five!
Tony, Olivier & Emmy Award-winning star Nathan Lane joins Artistic Director Robert Falls for an exclusive conversation this Friday, May 22 at 5pm CDT.
Set a reminder to watch Nathan Lane and Robert Falls live this Friday, and join us next Friday, May 29 for Live @ Five with Tony Award-winner Mary Zimmerman.
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LIVE CHAT ALERT! Straight Talk with Wine Spectator — sponsored by @WineAccess — continues tonight at 7 p.m. ET with executive editor Thomas Matthews and chef @Emeril Lagasse! While you wait, catch up on all our recent live chats on our IGTV channel, where you'll find conversations with chef José Andrés, restaurateur Danny Meyer, California wine stars Mark Aubert, Thomas Rivers Brown and Carlton McCoy, Port legend Rupert Symington, and more!
LIVE From the Drawing Room
Thursday, May 14, 8 PM, CDT It’s prime time, Gilded Age-style !
Allow the stunning interiors of the Driehaus Museum to once again transport you to another time and place – now, from the comfort of your own living room.
Celebrated local musician Patrick Donley will play a wide-range of selections from the period on the Driehaus Museum’s exquisite Chickering & Sons piano along with some discussion about the music and the instrument.
From Schubert to Joplin, Donley’s joyful playing along with a cocktail demonstration and curatorial insights will provide plentiful after-dinner entertainment.
Blue Angels to fly over Chicago – US Navy Salutes Health Care Workers – May 12, 2020
CHICAGO (WLS) — The U.S. Navy Blue Angels will salute first responders and other essential workers as they fly over Chicago Tuesday.
The world-renowned Navy pilots have been paying tribute with a series of flyovers in major American cities.
The flights will be funded by existing operations costs as part of the groups community outreach programs.
The Blue Angels have announced the times and flight path for their salute.
The 15-minute flyover will begin at 11:45 a.m. as the Blue Angels fly west from the lakefront over Chicago’s South Side, then southwest over Oak Lawn before turning northward and flying back over the city’s Southwest Side, including Gage Park and Back of the Yards.
The flight path will then take them from the South Loop to the Northwest Side by 11:51 a.m., turning south near Norridge and flying over the near western suburbs of Franklin Park, Northlake and Melrose Park.
The Blue Angels will then head east over Oak Park and the city’s Southwest Side before heading north along the Kennedy Expressway. Cutting across Chicago’s North Side, the pilots will make a loop over Lake Michigan near the Evanston border, then fly south along Chicago’s entire lakefront around noon.
CUI wishes to congratulate all of the BOMA/Chicago winners for the BOMA Regional Awards for 2020. In the commercial real estate industry, the TOBY Award is the most prestigious and comprehensive award of its kind, recognizing excellence in office building management and operations in specific categories of building size and type. All regional winners first won on the local level after thorough building inspections and a rigorous written application process.
The regional winners will proceed to the international competition. International winners will be announced in June at the TOBY Awards Banquet as part of the BOMA International 2020 Conference & Expo in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The following winners are: Lavin Family Pavilion, 1 North Dearborn, 110 North Carpenter, Harold Washington Library Center, The Rookery, 1515 West Webster, 401 N. Michigan and 70 West Madison.
Congratulations to all.
March, 9th, 2020, it is recognized as one of the great American food holidays, National Meatball Day.
You can celebrate the holiday with Francesca’s Restaurants as they will celebrate the day by serving their traditional house-made meatballs on Sunday, March 8th and Monday, March 9th.
Contact your CUI Concierge to make a reservation.
River West has a new whiskey bar with 200 bottles from 28 states. American whiskey, bourbon and hard to find scotch will be the main focus of this latest establishment. Private party and event spaces are also available.
Contact your CUI Concierge for more information.