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Avoid Saint Patrick’s Day in Chicago this weekend with works by Larry Clark at the MCA and more things to do

Sun 3/12: Chef Trevor Teich serves a seasonal menu that includes lamb pot au feu, curry marshmallow, lobster, and bubble tea at the Claudia Pop-Up (327 N. Bell). 5-11:30 PM

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Fri 3/10: Quimby's (1854 W. North) celebrates the release of Too Much Fun Too, the second item in Logan Kruidenier's comic series Too Much Fun, with a live reading and performance. 7 PM

Fri 3/10: Comedians talk about their bodies while showing as much (or as little) as they like during the stand-up showcase Strip Joker at Uptown Underground (4707 N. Broadway). Tonight's lineup includes Oscar Carvajal, Marla Depew, and Kelsie Huff. 8 PM

Fri 3/10: Bucket O' Blood (3182 N. Elston) celebrates two decades of feminist themes and forbidden vampire love for the 20th Anniversary of Buffy with screenings of classic Buffy the Vampire Slayer episodes, along with shots of "slayer's blood." 8:30-11 PM

Sat 3/11: Chicago's mystery and crime writers come together for Murder and Mayhem in Chicago at Roosevelt University (430 S. Michigan), literaty festival featuring panel discussions and headlining speakers Sara Paretsky (Brush Back) and William Kent Krueger (Ordinary Grace). 9:15 AM-4:15 PM

Sat 3/11: Comedians Matt McCarthy, Vince Averill, and Tom Sibley record a live episode of their podcast, We Watch Wrestling, at the Beat Kitchen (2100 W. Belmont). 7 PM

Sat 3/11: After 25 years, Thodos Dance Chicago presents Full Circle at Auditorium Theatre (50 E. Congress), its last performance as a dance ensemble. 7:30 PM

Sun 3/12: Young Chicago Authors' Louder Than a Bomb, the largest youth poetry festival in the world, winds down at Metro (3730 N. Clark) during the semi-final rounds, featuring the top 16 high school teams and 16 individual poets. 10 AM and 1, 4, and 7 PM

    Avoid Saint Patrick's Day in Chicago this weekend with works by Larry Clark at the MCA and more things to do
    click to enlarge If you want to go green this weekend, check out our list ofSaint Patrick's Day events . For those who want to avoid the Irish cheer (and the resulting puddles of vomit), there's still plenty to do. Here's some of what we recommend: Fri 3/10: Quimby's (1854 W.
    http://www.chicagoreader.com

  • JMG

    I think pax is talking about the "patty" that some americans celebrate.

    I remember St Patricks Day in the 70s and 80s.Grim times. the "beautiful culture" was a lie built on mass immigration, downtrodden women and dead babies. I'll take widespread public drunkenness over that.

  • Uptown Arts Council Director: Uptown Arts Council - Jeffrey Littleton

    I'll raise a glass to that...

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  • Learning at Lunchtime

    Teacher Prosch is asking for $187.94:
    My students need various kinds of placemats for eating together in the classroom at lunchtime.
    Suder Montessori Magnet School Comment

Mar 09

These nearby schools are looking for financial help on DonorsChoose.org:

  • Light up our Lives!

    Ms. Reusche is asking for $420.02:
    My students need a science light table and various manipulatives to experiment.
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  • I Love My Mom because.... I Love My Dad because.....

    Teacher Beene is asking for $283.87:
    My students need books about moms and dads, including Daddy Hugs, Mom School, Love You Forever and more. They will learn to appreciate their parent(s).
    Suder Montessori Magnet School Comment

Mar 02

‘Whistler’s Mother,’ Darger, among arts highlights for Spring

April 28-June 10, Jim Dine, Richard Gray Gallery, 2044 W. Carroll, (visit richardgraygallery.com) One of Chicago’s oldest and most prestigious galleries is opening a...

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The Deering Family Galleries will be located on the re-opened second floor of the Morton Wing, which is part of the Art Institute’s complex at 111 S. Michigan, (visit artic.edu).

Through June 11, “Vostell Concrete 1969-1973,” University of Chicago, Smart Museum of Art, 5550 S. Greenwood, (visit smartmuseum.uchicago.edu). Following four years of conservation, Wolf Vostell’s 46-year-old...

Through July 30, “Wall of Respect,” Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E. Washington (visit chicagoculturalcenter.org), through Oct. 31; “Project RESPECT,” DuSable Museum of African American History, 740...

...Davis and Sarah Vaughan, was unveiled in 1967 on the side of a building at 43rd Street and Langley Avenue. These three exhibitions mark the 50th anniversary of this important milestone in Chicago’s public...

April 13-July 2, “#AiWeiwei,” Museum of Contemporary Photography, Columbia College Chicago, 600 S. Michigan, (visit mocp.org). One of China’s best-known artists and most ardent dissenters, Ai...

...and-Between: Henry Darger’s Vivian Girls,” Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art, 756 N. Milwaukee, (visit art.org). Not only perhaps the most celebrated outsider artist to emerge from Chicago...

May 18-Aug. 5, Bettina Pousttchi, Arts Club of Chicago, 201 E. Ontario, (visit artsclubchicago.org). The Berlin-based artist is best known for her massive photographic installations...

    'Whistler's Mother,' Darger, among arts highlights for Spring
    The Art Institute of Chicago boasts one of the finest holdings in the United States of medieval and Renaissance art, but the public hasn't been able to see much of it in recent years.
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Please help us find my baby Snugglez. Snuggle...

Please help us find my baby Snugglez. Snugglez was last seen in Chicago on Randolph and Hoyne. Snugglez has been missing since 2/23/2017. All we want is our dog return home to us. Please contact me if you have any information of his where about. Please share his pictures. Thank you

    Chonta White - Please help us find my baby Snugglez.... | Facebook
    Please help us find my baby Snugglez. Snugglez was last seen in Chicago on Randolph and Hoyne. Snugglez has been missing since 2/23/2017. All we want is...
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  • Montessori Math Made Manageable!

    Ms. Reusche is asking for $265.32:
    My students need an addition, number composition and 45 layout mat, counters, die, and other challenging and advanced Montessori math materials.
    Suder Montessori Magnet School Comment

Feb 04

Updated Feb 05

Over Two Dozen Coffee Shops Join Nationwide ACLU Weekend Fundraiser

• Metric, 2021 W. Fulton St.

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Beans & Bagels, 2601 W. Leland Ave., and Spoken Cafe, 1812 W. Montrose Ave., are among the Chicago coffeehouses that have signed on for the fundraiser, Friday through Sunday.

Beans & Bagels, 2601 W. Leland Ave., and Spoken Cafe, 1812 W. Montrose Ave., are among the Chicago coffeehouses that have signed on for the fundraiser, Friday through Sunday.

• The Wormhole, 1462 N. Milwaukee Ave.

• HalfWit, 2385 N. Milwaukee Ave.

• Perkolator, 6032 W. Irving Park Road

• Cup & Spoon, 2415 W. North Ave.

• Loba, 3422 N. Lincoln Ave.

• Next Door, 659 W. Diversey Parkway

Big Shoulders Coffee, 1105 W. Chicago Ave.

Brew Brew Coffee & Tea, 3832 W. Diversey Parkway

Cafe Jumping Bean, 1439 W. 18th St.

Caffe ArrivaDolce, 6451 N. Sheridan Ave.

Damn Fine Coffee Bar, 3317 W. Armitage Ave.

Fannie’s, 5040 W. Montrose Ave.

Front Bar: Coffee & Drinks, 1700 N. Halsted St.

Grind Cafe, 4613 N. Lincoln Ave.

Hero Coffee Bar, 2111 W. Roscoe St.

Jackalope Coffee & Tea House, 755 W. 32nd St.

La Parada En Pilsen, 2059 W. 21st St.

Metropolis Coffee Company, 1039 W. Granville Ave.

Nighthawk Coffee Bar and Tavern, 4744 N. Kimball Ave.

Portage Grounds Coffee & Tea, 5501 W. Irving Park Road

Scone City, 1632 W. Division St.

Tall Tale Coffee, 2024 W. Montrose Ave.

The Coffee Studio, 5628 N. Clark St.

TrueNorth Cafe, 5507 N. Clark St.

    Beans & Bagels, Spoken Cafe Join Nationwide Coffee Shop ACLU Fundraiser
    LINCOLN SQUARE - The simplest way for people to show support for refugees affected by the Trump Administration's travel ban is to go about their business as usual, especially if their daily routine includes buying a cup of coffee.
    https://www.dnainfo.com

  • 'Hoodwinked in Humboldt Humboldt Hero

    Omar, are you trying to assume what a Latino should be doing or thinking because of your preconceived notions of them? Bigotry and let me guess, you don't even realize it.

  • Explain "self hate", please.

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Updated Feb 04

Food Truck Destroyed When Stolen Car Crashes Into It Outside Continental

At around 11:40 p.m., Marcus Cammon, 25, of the 2100 block of West Maypole Avenue, was driving a stolen car in the 2800 block of West Chicago Avenue near The...

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...of the 2100 block of West Maypole Avenue, was driving a stolen car in the 2800 block of West Chicago Avenue near The Continental when his car went flying through the intersection and smashed into parked...

Police arrested Cammon just minutes after the crash in the 2700 block of West Chicago Avenue, where they said they found a bag containing a bow and arrow in the stolen car.

    WATCH: Man In Stolen Car Careens Into Food Truck Outside The Continental
    HUMBOLDT PARK - A man has been charged with stealing a car and causing a frightening, high-speed crash outside The Continental bar late Saturday that destroyed a Humboldt Park family's food truck, leaving their livelihood in jeopardy.
    https://www.dnainfo.com

  • RAKARWOWSKI RETIRED CITY WORKER, CLEANING UP HUMBOLDT PARK

    The 2100 block of West Maypole Avenue is the low income projects called West Haven. I am sorry to think tax payers dollars are used to house these kind of criminal.

  • Why don't you help come up with alternative activities with your tax dollars instead of labeling and A.S.S.-uming!

  • RAKARWOWSKI RETIRED CITY WORKER, CLEANING UP HUMBOLDT PARK

    No assuming going on here if he does live there. I am very involved in Humboldt Park, never heard or seen you so why don't you do some positive in your neighborhood and stop dumping in this one.

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  • Montessori Snack Preparation

    Mrs. Guerrero is asking for $351.09:
    My students need appliances such as a blender, spiralizer and oven mitts for snack preparation in the classroom.
    Suder Montessori Magnet School Comment

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