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Set Up Work for the Taste of Chicago Detours 10 CTA Bus Routes

Set Up Work for the Taste of Chicago Detours 10 CTA Bus Routes

Reroutes in Effect from Saturday through Friday Evening, June 26 Beginning at 3pm Saturday, June 20 until 5 pm Friday, June 26, Columbus Drive between Roosevelt and Monroe; Monroe Drive… Read more »

Chicago 2016 Expands Urban Youth Sport Initiative to Five US Cities

Chicago 2016 Expands Urban Youth Sport Initiative to Five US Cities

Working with the U.S. Conference of Mayors Olympic Task Force, Chicago 2016 is promoting the Olympic Movement and the importance of youth sport throughout the country. The U.S. Conference of… Read more »

Black Women Elected Officials and Leaders to Convene in Chicago June 19

Black Women Elected Officials and Leaders to Convene in Chicago June 19

Over 250 Black women state representatives, senators, judges, commissioners, councilwomen, presidents and executives of organizations and corporations from across the country are expected to take Chicago by storm June 18-21,… Read more »

Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center Dedicates Youth Exhibition

Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center Dedicates Youth Exhibition

Make A Difference: Miller Family Youth Exhibition uses technology, interactive games to teach age-appropriate lessons related to diversity and responsible citizenship Holocaust survivors, donors, friends and community members today gathered… Read more »

Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-Winning “August: Osage County” Final Broadway Production June 28

Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-Winning “August: Osage County” Final Broadway Production June 28

Tracy Letts’ AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY, winner of five 2008 Tony Awards, as well as the 2008 Pulitzer Prize, and currently starring Tony and Emmy award winner Phylicia Rashad, will play… Read more »

Chicago SummerDance in the Parks and at Navy Pier Wednesdays, July 11 to September 2

Chicago SummerDance in the Parks and at Navy Pier Wednesdays, July 11 to September 2

Chicago SummerDance and the Chicago Park District bring dancing to the city’s neighborhoods for the third annual year. Chicago parks, including Athletic Field Park, Humboldt Park Boathouse, and Jackson Park… Read more »

Chicago’s Open Doors Organization Presents The Inclusive Arts and Culture Project June 23

Chicago’s Open Doors Organization Presents The Inclusive Arts and Culture Project June 23

A project aimed to bring together arts and culture with disability and aging Open Doors Organization (ODO) will kick-off The Inclusive Arts and Culture Project on Tuesday, June 23, 2009… Read more »

Steppenwolf Theatre Presents Exclusive  Chicago Screening of the National Theatre’s PHÈDRE Starring Helen Mirren July 13

Steppenwolf Theatre Presents Exclusive Chicago Screening of the National Theatre’s PHÈDRE Starring Helen Mirren July 13

Steppenwolf Theatre is pleased to present the exclusive Chicago screening of the National Theatre of London’s performance of PHÈDRE starring Helen Mirren (as Phèdre) with Dominic Cooper (as Hippolytus) and… Read more »

Exquisite Japanese Screens Unfold at Chicago’s Art Institute “Beyond the Clouds” Exhibit

Exquisite Japanese Screens Unfold at Chicago’s Art Institute “Beyond the Clouds” Exhibit

Beyond Golden Clouds Showcases Traditional and Contemporary Masterpieces from the Art Institute of Chicago and the Saint Louis Art Museum Collections The Art Institute of Chicago and the Saint Louis… Read more »

Chicago Opera Theater Announces “Moscow, Cheryomushki” its 2011 People’s Opera Winner

Chicago Opera Theater Announces “Moscow, Cheryomushki” its 2011 People’s Opera Winner

The winner of Chicago Opera Theater’s second annual “People’s Opera” contest is Shostakovich’s Moscow, Cheryomushki.  Moscow, Cheryomushki maintained the lead spot throughout the competition that kicked off on April 15… Read more »

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