Hyde Parker Peter Ascoli will introduce the documentary about his grandfather Julius Rosenwald.
The five-man band features graduates of Brother Rice, St. Rita, Marist and Evergreen Park high schools.
"Just give it a good try. Try to be good. Try to handle the world as best you can," one neighbor said.
The extravaganza will feature nearly 200 performances at five neighborhood locations.
Droniak already loves living in Chicago, saying the people are "really nice compared to New York City."
The show starts at 3 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday
Matt Siber photographed the sides of everyday signs to bring attention to the structures.
"It turned out to be pretty cool," said the man who worked to digitally restore the film.
You could also cool off in a park fountain or enjoy some cheap, awesome burgers.
Also: Casual racism from a new Bond writer, exploring India's ancient underworld.
The NBC drama 'Chicago Fire' took over the corner of 101st Street and Oakley Avenue on Tuesday.
A portion of Mindy Burger sales will go to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.
The inaugural festival starts at 1 p.m. Saturday along the 1600-1800 blocks of South Wabash Avenue.
Tuesday is your last chance to see a movie in Millennium Park.
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