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2015/05/24 10:13
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Pivot Arts Festival enters its third year on Thursday with a 10-day line-up of events spread throughout the Uptown, Edgewater and Rogers Park neighborhoods — puppetry to dance, spoken word to music,...
2015/05/24 10:13
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2015/05/19 21:13
2015/05/19 21:13
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Blues master Jimmy Burns, Irish fiddler Liz Carroll and Romanian cimbalom virtuoso Nicolae Feraru will be among several prominent Chicago musicians performing free concerts at CTA stations this...
2015/05/14 15:13
2015/05/14 15:13
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In a sure sign summer is eventually going to turn up in Chicago despite the thermometer readings, city farmers markets start opening this week. There's an 11:30 a.m. kick-off event Thursday at the...
2015/05/13 20:24
2015/05/13 20:24
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Chicago's Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events announced the entertainment lineup Tuesday for the annual food festival in Grant Park along Lake Michigan. Also lined up to perform are...
2015/05/07 19:12
2015/05/07 19:12
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A day like today has us thinking about the upcoming free concert season at Millennium Park. City officials have made tweaks to the schedule for music at the park's Jay Pritzker Pavilion. They've...
2015/04/29 20:13
2015/04/29 20:13
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... is not a serious improvement in the parade’s impact on surrounding residents' quality of life this year, the next step is to assemble an advisory group to make recommendations for moving...
2015/04/28 19:21
2015/04/28 19:21
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The Pride Parade in Chicago’s Boystown neighborhood may not continue in the same place in future years, as city officials have expressed concern about how the event affects surrounding areas. In a...
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