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Taste of Chicago

Taste of Chicago
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  • Q&A: 'Pain and Gain' star Anthony Mackie

    Q&A: 'Pain and Gain' star Anthony Mackie
    If you played a bodybuilder whose steroid use caused size and performance issues in the downstairs region, you'd expect people to ask about that. But still. “This [female journalist] asked me, ‘I’ve never seen a crooked, small penis. So...
  • RedEye's Rock 'n' Vote 2013 Top 10

    RedEye's Rock 'n' Vote 2013 Top 10
    UPDATE: 2013 Rock 'n' Vote voting has closed. RSVP for the show (required for attendance) and click here to get to know this year's acts better. See you there! The abundance of great Chicago bands never ceases, or ceases to impress. That’s...
  • Exclusive: 2013 Taste of Chicago Bud Light stage lineup

     Exclusive: 2013 Taste of Chicago Bud Light stage lineup
    You heard it here first: This year’s now-complete Bud Light stage at the Taste of Chicago features—well, a ton of great local talent. Here are the top 7 acts on that free stage at the 2013 Taste (July 10-14), with the full schedule below!...
  • Fun headlines Taste of Chicago 2013

    Fun headlines Taste of Chicago 2013
    Hot off the Grammys (and their extremely questionable Best New Artist win), Fun will headline the opening night of this summer’s Taste of Chicago (July 10-14) in Grant Park, fest organizers announced Monday morning. The group, whose eagerness to...
  • Food quest: Clybourn Avenue

    Food quest: Clybourn Avenue
    The Clybourn Corridor, aka the Forever 21-Apple Store-Whole Foods Triangle, is poised to become even more retail-licious in the coming year. Target, Nordstrom Rack, Sephora, Anthropologie and others have plans to move in soon, and all those shopping...
  • Taste of Chicago concert ticket sales slow

    Taste of Chicago concert ticket sales slow
    The revenue-strapped City of Chicago is for the first time charging admission for the best seats at Taste of Chicago main-stage concerts, but sales have been slow so far. With Taste scheduled to start next week, nearly two-thirds of the $25 pavilion...
  • Taste of Chicago headliners include Jennifer Hudson, Death Cab, Chaka Khan

    Taste of Chicago headliners include Jennifer Hudson, Death Cab, Chaka Khan
    The first paid concerts in Taste of Chicago history will be announced Thursday, including performances by Jennifer Hudson, Death Cab for Cutie, Chaka Khan and Dierks Bentley. On Wednesday, the Chicago City Council approved a $25 fee for the 3,000-seat...
  • Top weekend shows: Loretta Lynn, American Music Festival

    Top weekend shows: Loretta Lynn, American Music Festival
    Loretta Lynn: The 79-year-old country icon has never gone out of style with her no-guff attitude and classic songs such as “Fist City,” “Rated X” and “Coal Miner’s Daughter,” 5 p.m. Friday with Court Yard Hounds...
  • Taste of Chicago premium seating plan advances in City Council

    Taste of Chicago premium seating plan advances in City Council
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel's plan to charge Taste of Chicago attendees for premium seating to see musical acts in Grant Park and for the chance to eat special meals prepared by prominent Chicago chefs cleared a City Council committee today. Department of...
  • Asian carp to be served free at Taste of Chicago

    Asian carp to be served free at Taste of Chicago
    If your money runs out before your appetite at the Taste of Chicago on Wednesday, then you might be in luck -- if you like the taste of Asian carp, that is. Starting at noon on Wednesday, the Illinois Department of Natural Resources will be serving up...
  • Surprise! Seats at Taste of Chicago concerts are going to cost you

    Well, turns out the Taste of Chicago is going to be a little more "one-percenty" than we previously realized. Conveniently omitted from the announcement (posted on Stew this morning) that the city was seeking City Council approval for a ticketed event at...