The Downtown park's summer film series began June 23.
The latest edition of Local Art on Tap features Frankenstein, fairies and others at Horse Thief Hollow.
Held at Uplift High School, the free summer program allows grade schoolers to learn from older kids.
A big city 'hood map could cost shoppers $3,300, but Chris Knight also has flags starting at $45.
The market, now in its third year, kicks off Thursday and will be held weekly through Aug. 27.
While peaceful Deadheads celebrate in Soldier Field, shooters get away with murder in "no-snitch" city.
From 6 to 8 p.m., the free outdoor activities and music is set for every Tuesday through Aug. 25.
Also: The end of Chicago's trading pits and India's Garrison Keillor.
Also: "The Amazing Spiderman" on the South Side and a sweet farmers market.
The three-day festival announced the vendors for its "Chow Town" food stands Wednesday.
Chicago's Scratch DJ Academy is on the move, bringing its turntables to Ravenswood.
The annual 4th of July parade got Hyde Parkers out marching on 53rd Street on Friday.
"Sur Papier (On Paper): Works by Anne Gilbert and Hélène Dureau Martini" debuts on Aug. 21.
The Jefferson Park festival will feature kid-friendly performances for the first time this year.
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