Press & News Archive

  1. Gender Status Doesn’t Distract the Military. Hiding Who You Are Does
    On July 26, President Donald Trump announced that he plans to ban transgender people from serving “in any capacity in the U.S. Military.”...
  2. Military Museum
    The National WWII Museum Announces 10th International Conference on World War II
    Herald Chronicle
    The National WWII Museum is proud to announce the 10th International Conference on World War II.
  3. Pritzer military Museum
    Grant could mean new life for hundreds of World War I memorials in Chicago, across state
    Chicago Tribune
    But this April — the 100th anniversary of the United States' entry into the war — the Victory Monument and hundreds of other outdoor World War I memorials scattered around Illinois, from commemorative plaques to decorative doughboy headstones, could receive anything from a thorough cleaning to a detailed restoration thanks to a $100,000 donation from the Pritzker Military Foundation.
  4. Monroe Building Chicago
    TAWANI Enterprises, Inc. Streamlines its Property Management Division Under One Centralized Brand
    Evanston Patch
    Chicago, IL – TAWANI Enterprises, Inc., a dynamic organization that honors the lessons of history to create positive change for individuals, properties and businesses, announces a rebranding of its property division under the new name TAWANI Property Management, effective immediately.
  5. Emil Bach House Giveaway
    Chicago’s Best Event Spaces: The Complete List
    Crain's Chicago Business
    The house was restored to its original glory, right down to the sunshine paint color that had to be hand-mixed to the perfect shade, and then filled with mostly modern furniture–though purists will appreciate some original furniture courtesy of the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust.
  6. Tawani Enterprises
    Museum Report – Chicago’s Military History Mecca
    U.S. Naval Institute
    Nestled among the many tall buildings in downtown Chicago lies the Pritzker Military Museum & Library. Founded in 2003 and dedicated to preserving the story of the ordinary citizen-soldier throughout history, the museum is located in the historic Monroe Building on bustling Michigan Avenue near the city’s lakefront.
  7. Stone Terrace by the Lake
    Pritzker B&Bs to be featured on house walk
    Evanston Now
    The two lakefront mansions totally rehabbed by Jennifer Pritzker’s Tawani Enterprises and converted to bed-and-breakfasts, will be featured in tomorrow’s house walk, sponsored by the Garden Club of Evanston.
  8. Jennifer Pritzker
    YWCA Metropolitan Chicago’s 44th Annual Leader Luncheon Celebrates 140th Anniversary and Honors Five “Hometown Heroes”
    Chicago Tribune
    This year's event is particularly special as the YWCA will celebrate its 140th anniversary as well as honor the accomplishments of five "Hometown Heroes" who are examples of Chicago-bred leaders who through innovation, compassion and courage have significantly contributed to the greater good, particularly for women and girls.
  9. Japanese Tea Garden
    Four Lodgings with Frank Lloyd Wright’s Designs
    The Bach House has been open to paying guests since 2014, following a careful refurbishment that removed alterations made by previous owners while reinstating elements such as the built-in seat by the living room’s central fireplace.
  10. Emil Bach Home
    Travel by Design: Rent a Wright
    Built in 1915 in Chicago’s East Rogers Park neighborhood, the Emil Bach house brings modernity to the home of the Magnificent Mile.