The neighborhood is packed with family-friendly and cultural activities this weekend.
The Bridgeport artisan is hosting two free workshops at his studio.
Artists will open their studios to the public at this monthly party.
Boutique party rental business Vintage Place Settings works with Lisa Tolbert to reuse the dishes.
Participants at the hourlong session will learn the basics of kettlebell exercise.
The Mommy-N-Me dance party takes place at the Bridgeport Art Center.
The tour will focus on the neighborhood's old history and new creative energy.
The event is designed to address health issues in the modeling industry.
Coffee, tea, wine and more will be used to create safe, nontoxic dyes for art projects.
The annual dinner event draws notable chefs from across Chicago.
The special dinner and market is an extension of the weekly farmers market.
The session will teach participants the basics of kettlebell fitness.
Each month, artists invite the public to tour their studios.
The Bridgeport artists will create pet portraits in exchange for donations at a weekend picnic.
Local record collector Joe Wallace opened up his vault and put some weirdness on display.
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