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Millennium Park

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  • A new chapter for Chicago

    Seven months ago Carlos Daniel Ramirez-Rosa and I sat down near The Bean at Millennium Park to discuss our hopes and dreams for Chicago. We talked about policies — about how corporate welfare, school closures and budget cuts were hurting the city we loved — but mostly, we talked about people.
  • Chicago-area classical music recommendations

    Chicago-area classical music recommendations
    Bella Voce Camerata: The one-voice-per-part vocal ensemble under Andrew Lewis is joined by the Chicago period-instrument group Ars Antigua for an unusual coupling of Stabat Mater settings from the 18th and 20th centuries, by Giovanni Pergolesi and Arvo...

    Foodies have upcoming events to satisfy their tastes

    When it comes to our collective palates, it's not a white bread world anymore. It's more like a flaxseed/multigrain/no-preservative/artisan-style roll. However you slice it, it's clear that many of us have become foodies over the years. Everyone has...

    Community sports calendar, March 4

    Community sports calendar, March 4
    BASEBALL Homewood: A Homewood-area 13U team is looking for a few players for the 2015 season. The team is the former part-time Homewood Hawks, going full time in 2015. Information: John at (708) 228-1550 or email jogden113@sbcglobal.net. Oak Lawn: Oak...

    Artist Eldzier Cortor gets to know a city he left 60 years ago

    Artist Eldzier Cortor gets to know a city he left 60 years ago
    Eldzier Cortor, whose sculptural, Afro-Deco images of elegant, elongated black women were once so quietly enmeshed with the 20th century as to seem almost invisible, returned to Chicago the other day. He hadn't been back in decades — many, many...