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For six days in September, several cities across the globe simultaneously host panels, events and more to celebrate Social Media Week (Sept. 24-28). Like social media but don’t necessarily want to get involved as a techie, an entrepreneur or a...
Clout StreetThe truncated Taste of Chicago will return largely unchanged in 2013, even though Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s administration says it still doesn’t know whether this year’s edition of the annual pig-out broke even. The city again plans to...
It's heartening when a musical organization that's central to the city emerges from a fiscal crisis in stronger shape than before. Such an organization is the weekly Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concerts series, the most valuable freebie in downtown Chicago...
Sagamore Farm's Charged Cotton left the starting gate as the 7-5 favorite and lived up to top billing with a rallying score in the $100,000 All Brandy Stakes for registered Maryland-bred fillies and mares at Laurel Park. The All Brandy was contested over...
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Susan G. Komen’s 15th Annual Race for the Cure Saturday, September 22 Grant Park - Butler Field Chicago Registration begins at 6:30 a.m. Sunday, September 23 Yorktown Shopping Center Lombard Registration begins at 6:30 a.m. For more...
Recapturing past glories while moving forward can be a tricky business, but that's what the inaugural Expo Chicago is attempting to do as it launches next week in a familiar location for a Chicago art fair: Navy Pier. For more than 20 years, the pier...
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WGN NewsA special tribute took place this Memorial Day to honor Illinois soldiers who gave their lives in service to their country. A wreath laying ceremony was held this morning in Grant Park for 243 soldiers from Illinois who have died since the beginning of...
Restoration of Grant Park following Lollapalooza has been completed at a cost of $350,000 picked up by the company that runs the summer music festival. The promoters of the fest, Texas-based C3 Presents, originally had said the renovations should cost...
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Ten minutes to showtime. And there was no showman. "Where is he?" asked Ben Taylor, bassist of the Chicago soul revue JC Brooks and the Uptown Sound, pacing beside a golf cart ready to whisk him and his band mates to the stage. JC Brooks, their magnetic...
Some of the best music of the 34th annual Chicago Jazz Festival played during its finale on Sunday night. But so did some of the worst. Several performances at the Petrillo Music Shell projected quite clearly from the acoustically challenged venue. But...
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Chicago Tribune reporterBoys golf Andrew 160, Richards 164 Medalist: Bobby Peterson, Andrew, 35 Carmel 148, Libertyville 163 Medalist: Tommy Schofield, Carmel, 35 Cary-Grove 156, Prairie Ridge 162 Medalist: Jarrett Kinney, Cary-Grove, 36 Illiana Christian 163, Shepard 180...
The Chicago Jazz Festival really ought to be marketed as a roller-coaster ride, its thrilling musical highs counterbalanced by its sudden, plummeting lows. The 34th annual event, which ends Sunday night in Grant Park, careened freely between the two...
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