Chicago's about to get its own house of blues.
Chris Mann placed fourth on the second season of the televised singing competition in 2012.
The Pilsen-based label will be selling records at Comfort Station for one day only.
The committee of devoted Algren fans has been keeping the Chicago writer's legacy alive.
The Chicago queen announced, "I'm Shea Coulee and b----, I'm from Chicago!"
Recently honored by the company, she'll direct Jen Silverman's "The Roommate" at the end of next season.
A Hindi movie poster exhibit, new brunch spot, free comedy and Tortoise at Empty Bottle are all options.
Chris Devins said he wants to fix it before starting on his Michelle Obama mural in South Shore.
Get your Green City Market BBQ tickets, and time is short for the Alphawood AIDS Art exhibit.
"Extreme Ice" shows extreme time-lapse videos of glaciers melting over 10 years.
Retired carpenter Greg Zanis, who erected the crosses in Englewood, will display them in Dekalb Friday.
The old photograph shows the west side of Bernard Street at Wrightwood Avenue.
Tickets start at $100 for Uptown residents but go up to $2,500 for "Silver Screen sponsors."
The Denver Live on the Rocks stage will also return to the 21st annual fest.
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