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  • Community Calendar

        ++++++++++++++++++++ ||   - Reunions - More Information about Announcements Heard On The Air || ++++++++++++++++++++ ++++++++++++++++++++ ||                 UPCOMING EVENTS     ---Year Round--- Discover your inner scientist,...
  • Legs, eggs and more draw diners to Helen's

    First impressions: It would be easy to walk right by Helen's. Clad in brown siding with a simple "Helen's" stenciled on the street-side window, this South Side soul food diner doesn't holler for attention. Inside the unusually heavy front door (beware...
  • Modern technology ages 'Leatherheads'

    When using visual effects to give a movie like "Leatherheads" a period feel, one fumble and it's all over. We're not talking alien robots, explosions or otherworldly creatures here; these effects have to take audiences back to a real time and place. So...
  • Barack Obama cautions against cockiness

     
    by John McCormick NEW YORK - Sen. Barack Obama has already raised more than $450 million for his presidential bid, but he starts and ends today with massive fundraisers in Gotham. A breakfast event at the Metropolitan Club ran $30,800......
  • January 15 - Live Music Fom The Sweeps!

    January 15 - Live Music Fom The Sweeps!
    Originally hailing from parts of the Midwest and Texas, The Sweeps are ready to get their music out to everyone they can. Thanks to help from Erik Widman(Love in October) and Brian Zieske(The Academy is...,Hush Sound, Sars Flannery), they'll be releasing...
  • Chicago Flower & Garden Show

    March 8 & 11--The Chicago Flower and Garden Show returns to Navy Pier this year! Don't miss this exciting coming of spring annual event! Enjoy all the colors, fragrances and beauty of thousands of flowers, trees and shrubs as well as landscaped yards,...
  • Condo spas that raise the bar on amenities

    Condo spas that raise the bar on amenities
    Pressure and stress are natural byproducts of the mile-a-minute world in which we live. Ringing phones, traffic jams and last-minute deadlines jangle our nerves, put us on edge, and leave us yearning for peace and quiet. What we need are tranquil...
  • Compass to Care's Gold Ribbon Gala

    September 11-Join us for an incredible evening to support children with their cancer journey. Enjoy a cocktail reception and hors d'oeuvres pairing while listening to an acoustic performance next to the pool or while dancing on the rooftop under the...
  • Easter and Passover Restaurant Ideas

    Penny Pollack, Dining Editor at Chicago Magazine shared some ideas for Easter and Passover meals at restaurants in and around Chicago. Penny's Easter Recommendations Shaw's Crab House 21 E Hubbard St. 312-527-2722 Shaw's Crab House is offering a Sunday...
  • Name should be the Why Tower

    There have been lots of loony ideas floated for the Chicago skyline, but the proposed 2,000-foot-tall broadcast tower that two Chicago developers want to build along the lakefront, at least in its present form, appears to be among the looniest. Despite...
  • Bean is coming out of its shell

    The Bean has been seen. Almost completely, that is. A tent has shrouded the 110-ton Cloud Gate sculpture in Millennium Park the last eight months, but no longer will the Bean, as it is affectionately known, be shelled. The tent started vanishing...
  • Tallest tower to twist rivals

    It would twist into the sky over Chicago's lakefront like an oversized birthday candle, surpassing Sears Tower and the planned Freedom Tower in New York as the nation's tallest building. It might, or might not, be built. But it already is drawing fire...