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Daily Herald
'Newsies' actress from Chicago connects with 'self-made' roles"Newsies." The musical, set in New York City more than a century ago, is inspi
'Newsies' actress from Chicago connects with 'self-made' roles
Daily Herald / Posted yesterday
"Newsies." The musical, set in New York City more than a century ago, is inspired by a real-life newsboy strike. It plays Chicago's Cadillac Palace Theatre starting Thursday, July 28. De Haas stars as Medda Larkin, who lets newsboy Jack Kelly... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
The joy of tap kicks off 'Juba'of lyrical flow, yet her tap rhythms syncopated crisply against the music accom
The joy of tap kicks off 'Juba'
Chicago Tribune / Posted 9 days ago
of lyrical flow, yet her tap rhythms syncopated crisply against the music accompanying her. Bril Barrett, founder of Chicago's M.A.D.D. Rhythms, stepped up next, announcing his intentions. "We just go in the tradition of jazz," he said to... Read more
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KECI Missoula
July 16to five months in prison and five months of home confinement by a federal judge
July 16
KECI Missoula / Posted 11 days ago
to five months in prison and five months of home confinement by a federal judge for lying about a stock sale. 2004: Chicago's Millennium Park is opened to the public by Mayor Richard M. Daley. 1999: John F. Kennedy Jr., piloting a Piper... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Detroit’s 100 Greatest SongsBrothers, including lithe bass work from James Jamerson and double-time rhythm
Detroit’s 100 Greatest Songs
Detroit Free Press / Posted 11 days ago
Brothers, including lithe bass work from James Jamerson and double-time rhythm from drummer Pistol Allen, who trekked to Chicago's Columbia Studios to lay down the track for producer Carl Davis. "I would pay them double scale in cash," Davis... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Detroit's 100 Greatest Songs: Counting down 20 to 11Brothers, including lithe bass work from James Jamerson and double-time rhythm
Detroit's 100 Greatest Songs: Counting down 20 to 11
Detroit Free Press / Posted 18 days ago
Brothers, including lithe bass work from James Jamerson and double-time rhythm from drummer Pistol Allen, who trekked to Chicago's Columbia Studios to lay down the track for producer Carl Davis. "I would pay them double scale in cash," Davis... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Bow Truss' Phil Tadros: A serial entrepreneur with a long list of ideas and longer list of enemiesuncle, Musa Tadros, is a well-known Chicago real estate developer. In 2000, th
Bow Truss' Phil Tadros: A serial entrepreneur with a long list of ideas and longer list of enemies
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 19 days ago
uncle, Musa Tadros, is a well-known Chicago real estate developer. In 2000, the same year he stopped attending classes at Columbia College in Chicago, Tadros, 21, bought Don's Coffee Club in Rogers Park for $14,000. He sold the business less than... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Entrepreneur and Bow Truss owner Phil Tadros profileduncle, Musa Tadros, is a well-known Chicago real estate developer. In 2000, th
Entrepreneur and Bow Truss owner Phil Tadros profiled
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 19 days ago
uncle, Musa Tadros, is a well-known Chicago real estate developer. In 2000, the same year he stopped attending classes at Columbia College in Chicago, Tadros, 21, bought Don's Coffee Club in Rogers Park for $14,000. He sold the business less than... Read more
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Daily Herald
Chicago mayor names new events and culture commissionerof the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events. Kelly is now
Chicago mayor names new events and culture commissioner
Daily Herald / Posted 21 days ago
of the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events. Kelly is now vice president for student success at Columbia College. He is founder and chair of Columbia's Wabash Arts Corridor initiative, which promoted the South Loop as a... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Cabrini-Green documentary traces echo of broken dreamswho has been roaming those 70 Near North Side acres with her camera for more th
Cabrini-Green documentary traces echo of broken dreams
Chicago Tribune / Posted a month ago
who has been roaming those 70 Near North Side acres with her camera for more than 20 years, ever since she was a student at Columbia College and first glimpsed the area from the "L." In 1999, with the aid of fellow students, nurturing teachers... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Saluting Judith Stein, the 'Jazz Lady' who's everywherePark Jazz Festival, Chicago Jazz Festival, Jazz Showcase, Green Mill, Andy's, R
Saluting Judith Stein, the 'Jazz Lady' who's everywhere
Chicago Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
Park Jazz Festival, Chicago Jazz Festival, Jazz Showcase, Green Mill, Andy's, Room 43, Orchestra Hall, the University of Chicago's Logan Center — anywhere and everywhere jazz rings out in this city. You can run, but you cannot hide. If you... Read more

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