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The Unsung Heroes Of Chicago Power Pop

In honor of Record Store Day, pick up an album by a Chicago power pop band. Add... <a href="" id="more">more</a></p>
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			<h2><a href="">Sarah Palin Sculpture To Roast A Pig At Bridgeport Arts Complex</a></h2>
			<p> Democratic politics are responsible for the colorful history of the Bridgeport neighborhood, but on Friday afternoon, a prominent Republican politician will be in the spotlight.  <a href="" id="more">more</a></p>
			<h5>over 3 years ago | <a href="">CBS 2</a> | <a href="">Permalink</a></h5>
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			<h2><a href="">Skokie Couple Turns Living Room Into Performance Venue</a></h2>
			<p> About twice a month, Todd and Monica Rogers move the couches out of the living room of their home in Skokie, and turn it into a performance venue called the Pig & Weasel.<img alt="" border="0" src="" width="1" height="1"... <a href="" id="more">more</a></p>
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			<h2><a href="">Is Your Neighborhood Hip Enough For A Bike Rental?</a></h2>
			<p>  West Side alderman Jason Ervin rightly complains that the citymore

over 3 years ago | NBC-5 | Permalink

Weekender celebrates spring with classical music, Shakespearean pulp and Nigerian beats

What an odd doubleheader we’re facing this Sunday. The week will end just as the new month begins so you’d best be on the lookout for April Fools' tricks and pranks, including right here on Weekender. It is also Palm Sunday,... more

over 3 years ago | Vocalo | Permalink

Teacher earns award with recycling project

Dayna Darby says she would have been happy if her first-graders made art with recycled trash. Instead, she became the cheerleader for a small revolution.

over 6 years ago | Adrian G. Uribarri

"This is the way every election should be"

Phyliss Zaparaniuk has been an election judge in the Ukranian Village for at least eight years, and it's clear to her that today's voting was unlike anything she'd seen before.

7 years ago | Geoff Dougherty

Where the urban caballeros shop

For 36 years, three generations of the Alacala family have been building a family-owned clothing store into a Chicago fixture - a western wear store with something for every caballero.

over 7 years ago | E. Rose Kasinecz

Thousands turn out for a fresh start

A fourth annual expungement summit hosted by Clerk of Court Dorothy Brown draws over 2,000 people looking for help in overcoming criminal convictions or arrest records.

over 7 years ago | Maria Alcantara