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    RENOVATION AND ADDITION TO EXISTING 3-STORY MIXED USE 4 D.U. MASONRY BUILDING W/ EXISTING 1ST FLOOR. RETAIL. PROPOSE 8 D.U. WITH ROOF DECK AND COMMERCIAL SPACE ON THE FIRST FLOOR, PER PLAN. ATTACHED 4 CAR GARAGE. **Certified Plan Corrections Project - Conditional Permit: Subject to field inspections **

    1532 W. Chicago Ave. Issued May 26, 2016 Comment
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    ERECT 3-STORY MASONRY 8 D.U. BUILDING (3B CONSTRUCTION) 3 STORIES AND BASEMENT WITH ROOF DECK, DETACHED TWO 3 CAR & A 2 CAR MASONRY GARAGES (3B CONSTRUCTION), 6' HIGH 7' BY 3.5' MASONRY TRASH ENCLOSURE AS PER PLAN. **Certified Plan Corrections Project - Conditional Permit: Subject to field inspections **

    2024 W. Le Moyne St. Issued May 26, 2016 Comment
  • Permit issued for electric wiring

    INSTALLATION OF A LOW VOLTAGE BURGLAR ALARM.

    1707 N. Winnebago Ave. Issued May 26, 2016 Comment
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    REPAIR 1274 SQ. FT. OF DRYWALL AS NEEDED. REPLACE HARDWOOD FLOOR & TILES THROUGHOUT. REPLACE 2 LARATORY SINKS. ELECTRICAL PERMIT #100650789 ISSUED 5/18/2016.

    1800 N. Milwaukee Ave. Issued May 26, 2016 Comment
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    CONNECT EXISTING 208V FEED TO REPLACEMENT CONTAINER FOR EXISTING 1 STORY BUSINESS

    1540 N. Western Ave. Issued May 26, 2016 Comment

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Music, movies, food & more await at Chicago-area summer festivals

Do Division Street Fest & Sidewalk Sale, June 3-5, 2000 W. Division; visit do-divisionstreetfest.com

Wicker Park Fest, July 23-24, Milwaukee Ave. (between North and Paulina); visit wickerparkfest.com

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Chicago Mayfest, May 20-22, 3100 N. Ashland; visit starevents.com

Chicago Underground Film Festival, June 1-5, Logan Theatre, 2646 N. Milwaukee; visit cuff.org

Taste of Little Village — Flavors of Mexico, June 3-5, 26th and Sacramento; visit chicagoevents.com

America’s Cup, June 10-12, Navy Pier, 600 W. Grand; visit acws-chicago.americascup.com

Chicago Women’s Funny Festival, June 16-19, Stage773, 1225 W. Belmont; visit stage773.com

Taste of Randolph, June 17-19, 900 W. Randolph; visit tasterandolph.com

Chicago Pride Fest, June 18-19, 3200 N. Halsted; Chicago Pride Parade is June 26; visit northalsted.com

6 Corners BBQ Fest, June 18-19, 4000 N. Milwaukee; visit chicagoevents.com

Old St. Pat’s World’s Largest Block Party, June 25, UIC Pavilion Parking Lot, 1145 S. Morgan; visit worldslargestblockparty.com

Windy City Ribfest Uptown, July 1-3, 4700 N. Broadway; visit chicagoevents.com

African/Caribbean International Festival of Life, July 1-4, Union Park, 1501 W. Randolph; visit cityofchicago.org

Fireworks at Navy Pier, July 2, 600 E. Grand; visit navypier.com

Chicago Irish American Heritage Festival, July 8-10, Irish American Heritage Center, 4626 N. Knox; visit irish-american.org

Roscoe Village Burger Fest, July 9-10, Belmont and Damen; visit chicagoevents.com

Ben Fest, July 15-17, St. Benedict Parish, 2215 W. Irving Park; visit parish.stbenedict.com/benfest-1

Sheffield Music Festival & Garden Walk, July 23-24, 2200 N. Sheffield; visit sheffieldgardenwalk.com

Fiesta del Sol, July 28-31, 1000 W. Cermak; visit fiestadelsol.org

Jeff Fest Arts & Music Festival, July 29-31, (Milwaukee and Higgins); visit chicagoevents.com

Black Harvest Film Festival, Aug. 5- Sept, 1, Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State; visit siskelfilmcenter.org/festivals

Chicago Hot Dog Fest, Aug. 5-7, Chicago History Museum, Clark Street and La Salle; visit chicagohotdogfest.com

Wrigleyville Summerfest, Aug. 6-7, (one block North of Belmont, on Seminary at School St.); visit starevents.com

Taste of Lincoln Avenue, Aug. 6-7, 5900 N. Broadway; visit tasteoflincolnchicago.com

Retro on Roscoe, Aug. 12-14, 2248 W. Belmont; visit starevents.com

Reggae Fest Chicago, Aug.13, Addams Medill Park, 1301 W. 14th St.; headliners include Toots & the Maytals, Lee “Scratch” Perry, Hepcat and more; visit reggaefestchicago.com

Northalsted Market Days, Aug. 13-14, 3600 N. Halsted; visit northalsted.com

Chicago Festa Italiana, Aug. 18-21, Taylor at Ashland; visit starevents.com

Chicago Dancing Festival, Aug. 23-27, Harris Theater for Music and Dance (205 E. Randolph), Museum of Contemporary Art (220 E. Chicago), Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University (50 E. Congress) and the Jay Pritzker Pavilion at Millennium Park (201 E. Randolph); visit chicagodancingfestival.com

Chicago Dancing Festival, Aug. 23-27, Harris Theater for Music and Dance (205 E. Randolph), Museum of Contemporary Art (220 E. Chicago), Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University (50 E. Congress) and the Jay Pritzker Pavilion at Millennium Park (201 E. Randolph); visit chicagodancingfestival.com

Chicago Dancing Festival, Aug. 23-27, Harris Theater for Music and Dance (205 E. Randolph), Museum of Contemporary Art (220 E. Chicago), Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University (50 E. Congress) and the Jay Pritzker Pavilion at Millennium Park (201 E. Randolph); visit chicagodancingfestival.com

Taste of Greektown, Aug. 27-28, 400 S. Halsted; visit tasteofgreektown.com

Bucktown Arts Fest, Aug. 27-28, 2200 N. Oakley; visit bucktownartsfest.com

Chicago Jazz Festival, Sept. 1-4, Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E. Washington and Millennium Park; headliners include Orbert Davis, The Bad Plus, John Scofield and more; visit chicagojazzfestival.us

African Festival of the Arts, Sept. 2-5, Washington Park, 5100 S. Cottage Grove; visit aihusa.org

Festival de La Villita, Sept. 11-13, 26th and Kostner; visit cityofchicago.org

Riot Fest, Sept. 16-18, Douglas Park, 1401 S. Sacramento; visit riotfest.org

    Music, movies, food & more await at Chicago-area summer festivals
    Summer in the city means it's time to get out there and have a whole lotta fun. So whether it's music or movies or food or arts and crafts that you crave - or all of the aforementioned and more - here's a look at some of what's on tap for the Chicago area in the coming months: MAY Long Grove Chocolate Fest, May 20-22, Route 83 and Old Route 53, Long Grove; visit visitlonggrove.com Chicago Mayfest, May 20-22, 3100 N.
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Swedish Metal Festival 'Scorched Tundra' Coming To Chicago This Fall

...s jumping across the ocean to Chicago, running for two days at The Empty Bottle (1035 N Western). So what brings a Swedish metal festival here...

    Swedish Metal Festival 'Scorched Tundra' Coming To Chicago This Fall
    Metal festival Scorched Tundra was originally founded Göteborg, Sweden. Since it started in 2011, it's slowly grown into a two-day festival that draws international talent. And this September, for its sixth annual festival, it's jumping across the ocean to Chicago, running for two days at The Empty Bottle (1035 N Western).
    http://chicagoist.com

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606-Adjacent Coffee and Cocktail Shop Opens on Monday

...of the elevated trail. Opening on Monday, according to Chicagoist, the shop is located at 1813 N. Milwaukee Ave. and offers two unique offerings — doughnuts and cocktails — alongside single-origin coffee...

    606-Adjacent Coffee and Cocktail Shop Opens on Monday
    A summertime stroll along The 606 is about to get a lot tastier thanks to a new Ipsento located adjacent to the Milwaukee Ave. entrance of the elevated trail. Opening on Monday, according to Chicagoist, the shop is located at 1813 N. Milwaukee Ave.
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Sweden's Scorched Tundra metal festival debuts in Chicago in September—and tickets go on sale today

1035 N. Western Ave., Chicago Ukrainian Village/East Village IL 60622

    Sweden's Scorched Tundra metal festival debuts in Chicago in September-and tickets go on sale today
    click to enlarge Local Option brand ambassador Alexi Front has been into heavy metal for a long time. In 2001-when he was just 15-he and some friends started the zine Pivotal Rage, writing about all types of extreme music but focusing on death metal from Sweden.
    http://www.chicagoreader.com

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New Ipsento By The 606 Is Opening On Memorial Day With Donuts, Cocktails

Ipsento Coffee has been teasing its new location adjacent to The 606, at 1813 N. Milwaukee Ave., for a while now, promising coffee, cocktails and donuts. We've learned now that the new location will be opening on Memorial Day with a special donut deal.

    New Ipsento By The 606 Is Opening On Memorial Day With Donuts, Cocktails
    Ipsento Coffee has been teasing its new location adjacent to The 606, at 1813 N. Milwaukee Ave., for a while now, promising coffee, cocktails and donuts. We've learned now that the new location will be opening on Memorial Day with a special donut deal.
    http://chicagoist.com

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Seven Session Cocktails Perfect for Patio Drinking Season

1001 N. Winchester Ave., Ukrainian Village, 773-698-8703

1401 N. Ashland Ave., Wicker Park, 773-687-9977

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1227 W. 18th St., Pilsen, 312-526-3851

839 W. Fulton Market, West Loop, 312-733-2222

259 E. Erie St., 18th Floor, Streeterville, 312-337-0101

2952 W. Armitage Ave., Logan Square, 773-384-3333

201 E. Delaware Pl., 18th Floor, Gold Coast, 312-933-4805

    Seven Session Cocktails Perfect for Patio Drinking Season
    A warm weekend forecast calls for camping out at one of Chicago's patios or rooftops. And with a session cocktail in hand, you can stay all day. These seven low-proof beverages-all of which you can drink outdoors-go down deliciously easy, and let you avoid that nap-ready feeling even when you're three drinks in.
    http://www.chicagomag.com

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Dramas

...sends him down a dark path. $12–$26. Irish Theatre of Chicago at Den Theatre, 1333 N. Milwaukee. irishtheatreofchicago.org

...losing an integral part of themselves. $20. First Floor Theater at Flat Iron Arts Building, 1579 N. Milwaukee. firstfloortheater.com This article appears in the June 2016 issue of Chicago magazine. Subscribe to...

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...Hecht. Longtime Sherman collaborator Dennis Zacek directs. $30–$35. Grippo Stage Company at Piven Theatre, 927 Noyes, Evanston. grippostagecompany.com

...to hold on to one of Manhattan’s last rent-controlled apartments. $44–$86. Steppenwolf, 1650 N. Halsted. steppenwolf.org

Through 7/3 Before sitting down at this Christopher Chen play, audiences must walk through the art gallery of a Chinese dissident, then decide whether his depictions of unjust imprisonment are fictive. $10–$30. Sideshow Theatre at Victory Gardens Theatre, 2433 N. Lincoln. sideshowtheatre.org

Through 7/31 The iconic image of a protester facing a Chinese military tank during the Tiananmen Square massacre is the setting for Lucy Kirkwood’s drama about the mysterious “tank man” and a U.S. journalist searching for him. $38–$51. TimeLine Theatre, 615 W. Wellington. timelinetheatre.com

...citizens against Hauptmann during the 1936 “trial of the century.” $10–$29. City Lit Theatre, 1020 W. Bryn Mawr. citylit.org

...bullying, prudery, and a soul dead set on getting even. $38–$48. Chicago Shakespeare Theater, 800 E. Grand. chicagoshakes.com

6/6–7/10 Migdalia Cruz’s 50-character political drama follows the life of Dolores “Lolita” Lebrón, one of four Puerto Rican nationalists who opened fire on the U.S. House of Representatives in 1954. $10–$20. UrbanTheater Company at Batey Urbano, 2628 W. Division. urbantheaterchicago.org

...student about the contents of his locker. $14–$24. Interrobang Theatre Project at Athenaeum Theatre, 2936 N. Southport. interrobangtheatre.org

Through 6/19 Rebecca Gilman’s much-anticipated new drama tracks the fallout in a small Wisconsin town after its biggest employer is bought by a massive Chicago corporation. Tony winner Robert Falls directs. $10–$40. Goodman Theatre, 170 N. Dearborn. goodmantheatre.org

    The Best Dramas to Go to in June
    6/10-7/17 Playwright James Sherman ( Beau Jest, Jest a Second!) stars in his own one-man show about the famed newspaper reporter, playwright, and screenwriter Ben Hecht. Longtime Sherman collaborator Dennis Zacek directs. $30-$35. Grippo Stage Company at Piven Theatre, 927 Noyes, Evanston.
    http://www.chicagomag.com

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Galleries

6/24–7/24 French photographer and sculptor Julie Escoffier turns her attention to the invention of photography and the concurrent birth of paleontology,. The creative investigation results in an enigmatic puzzle of images and objects. 901 N. Damen. efrainlopezgallery.com

Through 6/25 Mudroom. Austen Brown continues research into North Dakota’s Bakken Formation and its 40,000 miners. Brown displays video, audio, and sculptural artifacts to reveal the values at stake in domestic oil extraction. 1431 W. Chicago. themissionprojects.com

6/4–7/16 Garden Show. This exhibit questions the nature of urban parks. Do they really provide a public benefit, or are they stained by dirty histories of land use and pollution? 2216 W. Chicago. regardsgallery.com

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...evocative tale of love and war is populated with Brotman’s characters and narrative shapes. 619 S. Wabash. colum.edu/adgallery

Through 6/25 Barron Storey has drawn cover art for Time and National Geographic, but his gallery work is made in the tradition of graphic novels—think abstract narratives and broad brushstrokes—as if paint could take on the powers of a radioactive villain. 8 S. Michigan. bertgreenfineart.com

...and icebergs as well as moody mists reminiscent of British romanticist J.M.W. Turner. 835 W. Washington. secristgallery.com

...station). Dramatically lit as if on theater sets, common folks transform into kings and queens. 300 W. Superior. edelmangallery.com

Through 6/13 Life Reflected. Hyperrealist Jeanette Pasin Sloan masters the art of painting reflective surfaces, such as silver goblets and chrome barware—a near-impossible technical feat. 5415 W. Higgins. edpaschkeartcenter.org

...by the façades of Chicago, Otto’s structures delight in geometric order and imagination. 2381 N. Milwaukee. galerief.com

...sculptural forms. Rarely on view, her whimsical works are united for a memorial survey exhibit. 215 W. Superior. jeanalbano-artgallery.com

6/25–8/13 Joseph Noderer. For his sixth solo exhibit at the gallery, Noderer keeps his eye and paintbrush on the back country of his Texas home, affording luscious strokes of weed-green and brilliantly scrawled beards. 327 N. Aberdeen. lindawarrenprojects.com

...of dog bones, mimicking the architectural decorations of an Armenian artisan and his Turkish apprentice. 118 N. Peoria. rhoffmangallery.com

...beautiful pieces reference the artist’s experience growing up in postwar Poland under Soviet control. 875 N. Michigan. richardgraygallery.com

...they recast the neighborhood gallery as a social event space where art objects spur dialogue. 1224 W. Loyola. romansusan.org

Through 6/18 Hand of Mouth. This exhibit pairs Chicago painters Ron Ewert and Erin Washington for their shared approach to image-making and presents disparate cultural emblems, such as bodybuilders and ouroboros, as future ruins. 1034 N. Milwaukee. rootsandculturecac.org

...caressing delicate linework out of black plaster and using textures intended to tickle the mind. 2021 S. Wabash. shanecampbellgallery.com

...the first black art museum in the U.S., and its founders graduated from SAIC). 3831 S. Michigan. sscartcenter.org

...redevelopment makes collages in which he cuts up and remixes buildings to create urban sculptures. 845 W. Washington. westernexhibitions.com This article appears in the June 2016 issue of Chicago magazine. Subscribe to...

    The Best Art Galleries in June
    6/24-7/23 As Our Story Opens. Judith Brotman stitched a drawing on every single page of Homer's ancient epic poem The Odyssey, her threads pulling out monsters and morphological abstractions from the text. Here, the evocative tale of love and war is populated with Brotman's characters and narrative shapes. 619 S.
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