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  • Fest planner: Aug. 29-Sept. 1

    Fest planner: Aug. 29-Sept. 1
    Bummed that you're not heading out of the city for the long weekend? Instead of dreaming up lies about yachts, glamping and other nonexistent Labor Day weekend plans, head to one of the five festivals going on around Chicago this weekend. There's plenty of diversity in the weekend's line-up, from the daring performances of Fringe Festival to the beats of North Coast and African Festival of the Arts to eco-friendly art at Remix Chicago and delicious Polish food at Taste of Polonia. With an extra day to recover before work starts again on Tuesday, there's no excuse not to do it big. kbernot@tribune.com @redeyeeatdrink
  • Whitney Johnson on sociology and ghosts

    Whitney Johnson on sociology and ghosts
    Whitney Johnson plays in a few different outfits around town (including Verma and Disappears side project E+), but this month she celebrates the release of a proper solo album as Matchess, "Seraphastra," on local indie label Trouble In Mind. Her...

    Downtown Sound series proves Millennium Park can rock

    Downtown Sound series proves Millennium Park can rock
    The Downtown Sound music series is now a Monday night fixture during the summer at Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park, but it wasn't always so. The city of Chicago had a hands-off policy toward rock music for generations, a phobia turned into...

    Released: Walking Bicycles uses an album to move forward from a prison sentence

    Released: Walking Bicycles uses an album to move forward from a prison sentence
    “To Him That Wills the Way,” the new album from local rockers Walking Bicycles, kicks off with “Impending Doom,” an appropriately ominous track that sets the stage for a heavy record inspired by guitarist Julius Moriarty’s...

    Dean Wareham trades in N.Y. urbane for West Coast chill

     Dean Wareham trades in N.Y. urbane for West Coast chill
    Things didn't work out especially well the last time Dean Wareham came West. "Why can't we smile just like we used to?" the singer-guitarist asks in "California (All the Way)," by his beloved New York guitar band Luna. A highlight from the group's...