Monday, September 25, 2017

NYC Celebrity Photographer Relocates to The Southport Corridor

Are you looking for new family photos, expecting a new family member or have an event coming up?

After six years on the east coast and a new niece in Lincoln Park, Robin has moved her business to Chicago, Southport Corridor to be specific and would love to get to know the community! She has experience photographing weddings, families and events and has a special deal to Southport Corridor readers, she is doing family portraits at a discounted price of $275 for an hour session during the month of October.

Robin Marchant grew up in Indianapolis and earned a degree in Photojournalism before moving out to New York City to become a celebrity photographer for Getty Images. She was the youngest female to join the team and has since covered events like Super Bowl, Fashion Week, Oscars, SXSW, Art Basel, and Sundance Film Festival. Over the years she has photographed the best of the best in Entertainment, from George Clooney, Angelina Jolie, Jay- Z, and the late Robin Williams. In addition to celebrities she has traveled the world, seeing 5 continents and over 15 countries.

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Thursday, September 14, 2017

Kai Sushi coming to 3819 N. Southport

Rise and Sushi Mura buildings will be demolished to make room for two new TODs, but a new Sushi Restaurant is on its way to the Southport Corridor. Kai Sushi, also located at 1255 S. State Street is coming to 3819 N. Southport. Take a look at their menu here on GrubHub. Excited?






Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Taco Fest is this Weekend

Ready for Taco Fest for 2017?  Here are the event details!


Sam Adams Lakeview Taco Fest
Date:  Saturday & Sunday, September 16-17
Time:  11am to 10pm Daily
Location: On Southport between Addison & Roscoe in Chicago

The glorious taco will again be in the spotlight when the tortilla-wrapped fave is celebrated at this annual flavor-filled food happening that returns for its fifth year in 2017. It’s also a celebration of seasonal beers as well as the start of autumn.
Whether one prefers their shells filled with traditional chicken, steak, chorizo and beef, or stuffed with imaginative ingredients such as mushrooms, seafood, goat and duck, this September fest in the bustling Southport Corridor has become a wildly popular fixture to the Windy City’s food fest scene. Each year well over a dozen local eateries challenge themselves to make the tastiest tacos.
The fest also features special beer and taco pairings, two music stages, crowd-pleasing Mexican wrestlers, activities for kids, and visitors can text vote for Chicago’s “Best Taco.”
A $10 suggested donation benefits the Friends of Lakeview & the Lakeview Chamber of Commerce.
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