Category: Arts/Culture/Entertainment

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Paranoid London reference dance music of the past to fuel our dystopian future

English electronic duo Paranoid London can only be described as the rock ’n’ roll specters of acid house. When they ...

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A skateboarding symposium, drag performances, and art talks

Happy days are here again with these upcoming events and things to do in the week ahead! FRI 5/27 This ...

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El Condado de Cook al Descubierto: La Junta de Revisión

Jardines llenos de letreros de campaña y comerciales de televisión inundados de anuncios de ataque solo significa una cosa: las ...

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A very dark place

For many, mental health has only recently come into focus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, for those of us ...

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Song and dance, but not enough story

Here’s the TL;DR version of what to expect from Ain’t Too Proud, the new jukebox musical about soul/blues/disco/rock hitmakers The ...

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Horsegirl and the dream of a teen rock scene

In July 2019, Chicago indie-rock trio Horsegirl played the eighth annual Square Roots Festival. At the time, live shows were ...

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Paul Natkin, concert photographer

Chicago native Paul Natkin is a prolific concert and portrait photographer who’s shot more than 4,300 musicians and celebrities since ...

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The Bob’s Burgers Movie

The cinematic debut for the long-running animated series about a misfit family of restaurant owners brings all the quirks and ...

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Classifieds

JOBS NPV Staffing, LLC (Chicago, IL) seeks Sr. Data Modeler. Design strategies for enterprise database systems & set standards for ...

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Sunken Roads: Three Generations After D-Day

The idea of a 20-year-old accompanying 90-somethings to a commemoration of D-Day—when they were 20 themselves—is not a bad one. ...

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