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  • Music goers, sun seekers, brave high, humid temps

    Music goers, sun seekers, brave high, humid temps
    Hundreds of teenagers and 20-somethings queued up along Ashland Avenue before the gates opened at the Pitchfork Music Festival, enduring a relentless midday sun in exchange for the best vantage points around the festival stages. Though Pitchfork's crowds...
  • Pitchfork festival adds 11 bands, sells out 3-day passes

    Pitchfork festival adds 11 bands, sells out 3-day passes
    The Pitchfork Music Festival added 11 bands Monday to its lineup, and announced that three-day passes for the July 13-15 event at Union Park are sold out. The new additions include Sleigh Bells, Dirty Projectors, the Olivia Tremor Control, Flying Lotus,...
  • North Coast Music Fest 2012 announces partial lineup, early passes sold out

    North Coast Music Fest 2012 announces partial lineup, early passes sold out
    True to tradition, North Coast Music Festival announced a partial lineup of headliners for the third annual fest--Aug. 31-Sept. 2 at Union Park--just after midnight on Monday evening, along with a Groupon deal for discounted fest passes. Within about 30...
  • Protesters gather for May Day march

    Protesters gather for May Day march
    Protestors marched from Union Park Tuesday with a variety of issues on their agenda; bank bailouts, ¬†workers rights and gay rights, among them. ¬† On a day traditionally held to honor lives lost during Chicago’s Hay Market workers riot 126 years...
  • May Day marches, rallies do little to disrupt work day in Loop

    May Day marches, rallies do little to disrupt work day in Loop
    Occupy protesters, anti-war demonstrators and union supporters staged a series of May Day rallies and marches today with little disruption to the work day in Chicago's business district. Protest groups and authorities alike saw the events as a tune-up...
  • ASAP Rocky stops in Wicker Park for meet and greet

    ASAP Rocky stops in Wicker Park for meet and greet
    In advance of his May 3 show at the House of Blues, Harlem rapper A$AP Rocky stopped by Wicker Park's RSVP Gallery that afternoon for a meet and greet with fans. Rocky, who recently signed a record deal with RCA's Polo Grounds imprint and whose debut...
  • Pitchfork adds Wild Flag, Beach House, Real Estate to festival lineup

    Pitchfork adds Wild Flag, Beach House, Real Estate to festival lineup
    The Pitchfork Music Festival filled out its July 13-15 lineup at Union Park by announcing 21 bands and artists Thursday, including Beach House, Wild Flag and Real Estate. Also added were Big K.R.I.T., Atlas Sound, Cults and Real Estate, among others,...
  • Sharon Van Etten learns how to share

    Sharon Van Etten learns how to share
    Sharon Van Etten was a struggling, uncertain artist trying to find an audience on tour in 2010 when she was awakened one morning with some life-changing news. The night before, the National’s Aaron Dessner had joined Bon Iver on stage at the...
  • Top concerts 2011, from Le Butcherettes to Paul Simon

    Top concerts 2011, from Le Butcherettes to Paul Simon
    Here are my favorite concerts from 2011: 1. Le Butcherettes at Lollapalooza, Aug. 5: Teri Gender Bender, aka Teresa Suarez, wears a red-stained butcher's smock and flings her high-heels into the crowd, the better to stomp, twirl, somersault and stage-...
  • SNERD - July 20, 2011

    Peek-A-Boo At Pioneer Court The controversy surrounding the new 26-foot Marilyn Monroe statue in downtown Chicago's Pioneer Court is swirling through the streets of Chicago and the backrooms of City Hall...and it has more than just Marilyn's over-sized...
  • Reunion Planned For 1968 DNC Riot Police

    (WGN-AM)- The violent clashes between police and protesters during the 1968 Democratic National Convention aren't typically considered proud moments in Chicago history. But some members of the Fraternal Order of Police want to change that. On June 26,...