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Full List: Taste of Chicago 2018 to feature 73 food vendors

300 W 26th St.

2373 S. Archer Ave.

2301 S. Lake Shore Drive

252 W. 26th St.

238 W. 33rd St.

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4156 N. Kedzie Ave.

1217 W. Devon Ave.

2100 W. Belmont Ave.

1535 W. Madison St.

8734 S. Stony Island Ave.

613 N. McClurg Ct.

2034 W. Division St.

816 W. Fullerton Ave.

2214 S. Wolcott Ave.

939 W. 18th St.

623 S. Wabash Ave.

2518 W. 63rd St.

9233 S. Western Ave.

1758 W. Grand Ave.

225 S. Canal St.

11 E. Illinois St.

210 E. Illinois St.

6701 W. Forest Preserve Dr.

1014 W. Taylor St.

1059 W. Belmont Ave.

6232 N. Broadway

1247 S. Western Ave.

7100 S. South Shore Dr.

3313 N. Clark St.

307 W. Lake St.

75 E. Lake St.

2770 N. Milwaukee Ave.

5033 N. Elston Ave.

1251 W. Fullerton Ave.

436 E. 79th St.

135 S. LaSalle St.

1140 W. Madison St.

1623 N. Milwaukee Ave.

738 N. Clark St.

5039 N. Broadway

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131 N. Clinton St.

    Taste of Chicago 2018 to feature 73 food vendors
    The list of restaurants and food trucks that will be featured at the Taste of Chicago 2018 this summer was released on Wednesday. The free food festival will be held July 11-15 in Grant Park. More than 300 menu items will be available from 38 five-day vendors, 22 pop-up restaurants and 13 food trucks.

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    those wilding suburbanites again...

  • Sandy in EdgeGlen EdgeGlen since 1987

    I went to the first one in 1980, when I worked in the Loop--I don't recall how much it cost except it was much cheaper, you could try a bigger variety before you either filled up or ran out of tickets, and much of what was there was unique. Great...

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    I went to the first one in 1980, when I worked in the Loop--I don't recall how much it cost except it was much cheaper, you could try a bigger variety before you either filled up or ran out of tickets, and much of what was there was unique. Great lunchtime alternative to the ubiquitous Loop cookie-cutter Greek "coffee shop" luncheonettes. On the last day I remember I had a 25-cent ticket remaining, it was warm out, and one of the vendors didn't want to cart perishables back. So I got a flat of 12 containers of strawberry Yoplait (a brand and style new to Chicago, which had only Dannon at the time), put it in the office fridge, and drove it home after work. (But to this day I can't stand strawberry yogurt),

    Nowadays, I go only when my knees can take standing around for hours and there's a musical act I want to go see. You have to jockey for a table to put your food & drink down while you stand, nearly half the items are fast-food from well-known restaurants available across the area year-round; and there are those stupid tickets! You can't buy only as many as you want, because the booklets contain odd quantities that are too few or too many. I end up either forgoing something I'd really wanted, compromising and eating something I wasn't really craving, or having leftover scrip to languish in a drawer (not knowing if they'd be usable next year) or to give to strangers. Last time we went (to see the Chieftains), so few items appealed to us that we actually ended up at a real restaurant in Millennium Park with normal portions, tables & chairs, metal utensils, glasses and servers. And we spent no more than had we eaten the same quantity of food standing up, spilling stuff on our clothes and sweltering,

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SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS OF CHINATOWN: Meet Hilary Cheng DDS, owner of Dr. Hilary Cheng general dental practice. I met Hilary Cheng for the first time when I came in to interview him for this small business spotlight, but the man’s genuine warmth, sense of humor and charming ability to storytell, made me feel like I’ve known him for ages. “My seven siblings and I were raised working poor in Hong Kong. Growing up in Hong Kong during the 1960’s, a city that only had two universities for a population of 5 million people, meant there were slim pickings for those who would have the opportunity to go to college. If you weren’t a part of the crème de la crème, which my family certainly was not, you could rule out a college education, as well as a decent paying career. Knowing this, my parents offered me the single gift they could afford to give me: A one-way ticket to the United States after high school. With one suit case, one tote, one camera and one cassette recorder, on January 16th, 1970, I made my way across the ocean to this land of opportunity. I didn’t know a single person in the states, and I couldn’t afford the dorm at my Wisconsin university, so I found an old man who took me in and rented me a room for close to nothing. While I could read and write English decently, my comprehension and speaking ability were pathetic—hence the cassette recorder for lecture hall (thank God!). During the summer after my freshman year, I took a bus to New York to find work. The word on the street was that Manhattan was the place to be for a bustling city with good paying tips. I was able to land a job as a busboy, and quickly discovered my place was at the (way) bottom of the totem pole. I learned my biggest lesson in New York that summer—I no longer had any desire to study business in school. If getting my butt kicked as an immigrant busboy with limited English was a reflection of what my experience would be like trying to climb America’s corporate latter—I wanted nothing to do with it. By my second year of college I decided I wanted to be a dentist so I could have a more equitable sense of opportunity in pursuit of my career. In 1974 I graduated from undergrad, enrolled in UIC’s dental school, and the rest is tooth history.” -Hilary Cheng. Upon graduating dental school, Hilary was invited by a couple of his classmates to open a lucrative dental practice in the suburbs, but he declined over something he wrote on his dental school application years earlier: He vowed to serve his community as a practicing dentist—and this is exactly what he’s been doing for the past 40 years. If you ask me, I’d say he made a great return on his parent’s investment back in 1970. While young Hilary Chenge had close to zero dollars in his pocket when he first arrived in this country, he was rich in determination and discipline. Fast forward to today, he owns his own practice, and all three of his adult children are following in his footsteps. His son, William, (pictured below) is completing his residency as a root canal specialist; his daughter is graduating dental school next week, and his other daughter is a dental hygienist pursuing a Master’s in Dentistry. We couldn’t write a better ending to Hilary’s story, if we tried. Learn more about Dr. Cheng’s Chinatown practice and/or book your appt: 312.791.1829 – 2165 S. China Pl. #1A. #SmallBusinessOwners25thWard #25thWardChicago #Chinatown #Community #Dentistry #FamilyAffair

    Alderman Danny Solis
    Alderman Danny Solis added a new photo - at Cheng Hilary.

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  • Jane Addams High School reviewed by a student

    In my time attending Jane Addams High School I have learned how to be more self-sufficient and get on track with my education. All of my previous schools have been close enough but I was always late. At Jane Addams I know I have to wake up at an exact time every morning and have my things ready the night before. I never cared about being tardy at previous schools because there were no real repercussions, but JAHS does not tolerate being late. I really needed the structure that JAHS has offered me. The staff at Jane Addams is helpful and it was what I needed after often feeling that I was looked down at by previous staff at different schools.

    Jane Addams High School (1814 S Union Ave) Published on GreatSchools May 21, 2018 Comment

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Fresh Start to Your Week: 5/21 – 5/23

Sun Ra Birthday Celebration @ Rootwork Gallery, 645 W 18th St., 7:00pm – 9:30pm

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2001: A Space Odyssey in 70MM – 50th Anniversary @ Music Box Theatre, 3733 N Southport Ave, Various Times

Ladylike @ Cafe Mustache, 2313 N Milwaukee Ave., 8:00pm, 21+

Slide Show @ The Hideout, 1354 W Wabansia Ave, 7:00pm, 21+

Dirty Projectors @ Thalia Hall, 1807 S Allport St., 7:30pm, 17+

The Sea and Cake & James Elkington @ Empty Bottle, 1035 N Western Ave., 7:00pm & 10:00pm, 21+

Between The Covers: A Bookstore Erotica Reading @ Volumes Bookcafe, 1474 N Milwaukee Ave, 7:00pm

A Babely Bazaar 1 Year Anniversary @ Slippery Slope, 2357 N Milwaukee Ave., 8:00pm – 11:00pm, 21+

CHIRP Night w/Imelda Marcos and Comfort Food @ The Whistler, 2421 N Milwaukee Ave., 8:30pm, 21+

    Fresh Start to Your Week: 5/21 - 5/23 - Third Coast Review
    Looking to fill your after work hours with something fun? Well, we have some ideas for the start of your week. Movies, talks, readings, concerts and a night market are all waiting for you to join in and enjoy! So don't let the beginning of the week be all work and no play, get out...

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6 Ultra-Sensory Chicago Picnic Spots

For an extra special Chinatown picnic, grab some dim sum to go from Michelin rated Minchin Cuisine (2168 S Archer Ave). Or for something a little more casual, head to Evergreen Restaurant (2411 S Wentworth Ave) for all your favorites, like egg rolls, fried rice and pot stickers.

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2021 N Burling St

It's the statuary here that's the real draw: From the corner of Webster Avenue and Larabee Street, follow the yellow brick road, where you'll be greeted by the Scarecrow. At the...

...healthy spinach option) and specialty panini. No picnic is complete without dessert, and Swirlz Cupcakes (705 W. Belden Ave.) has all the to-go treats you'll need to guarantee a sweet time...

125 W Fullerton Pkwy

    6 Ultra-Sensory Chicago Picnic Spots
    Dig into your picnic basket beside a tranquil, hidden lily pond or dine upon a blanket while enjoying a free movie. There are just so many prime picnicking spots in Chicago. Take your pick!

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  • No Kid Left Out.

    Ms. Young is asking for $348.01:
    My students need these supplies for a happier and engaging learning environment!
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Black Lesbian Archives Exhibit June 14-July 13 at Affinity

10F0LD Productions presents the Black Lesbian Archives Exhibit June 14-July 13 at Affinity Community Services, 2850 S. Wabash, suite #108.

    Black Lesbian Archives Exhibit June 14-July 13 at Affinity - Gay Lesbian Bi Trans News Archive - Windy City Times
    Windy City Times News Archive - Black Lesbian Archives Exhibit June 14-July 13 at Affinity 10F0LD Productions presents the Black Lesbian Archives Exhibit June 14-July 13 at Affinity Community Services, 2850 S. Wabash, suite #108.

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  • Ready... Set... Read!

    Ms. L. is asking for $946.35:
    My students need literacy centers, a CD player, and books regarding diversity.
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Black Chicago Summer Events (June 2018)

Jun 23-24 (Sat-Sun): Chicago Food Truck Festival @ 1600 S. Wabash

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Jun 15-17 (Fri-Sun) Taste of Randolph @ Randolph & Peoria

Jun 23-24 (Sat-Sun): Randolph Street Market Festival @ 1341 W. Randolph Street

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Three killed in Thursday, Friday morning shootings

...apartment building where a man was fatally shot about 2 a.m. Friday in the 3500 block of South Rhodes Avenue in the Ida B. Wells/Darrow Homes neighborhood within Bronzeville. Police said the man was...

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A 25-year-old man, identified as Tyree L. Davis, of the 1900 block of South Trumbull Avenue, was shot and killed Thursday night in Lawndale near the northeast corner of Franklin Park...

...man just before 9 p.m. while he was sitting in a vehicle in the 1400 block of South Tripp Avenue, police said. Davis was taken to Mount Sinai Hospital, where he was pronounced dead at...

The man, identified as Terrance Cox, 28, of the 3600 block of West Madison Street, was shot in the back and abdomen a little after 5:30 p.m. in...

...shot in the back and abdomen a little after 5:30 p.m. in the 1100 block of North Mason Avenue and taken by ambulance to Stroger Hospital in critical condition, police said. Police did not...

...sedan drove up alongside the man shortly before 7:30 p.m. Thursday on the 4800 block of West Washington Boulevard and someone inside started shooting, hitting the man in the chest, police said. No one...

A man was shot about 4:12 p.m. in the 4300 block of West 30th Street in Little Village. The man was in a garage when the shooter aproached, asked him...

An 18-year-old man was grazed in the hand shortly before 8:25 p.m. while standing in the 3400 block of West Carroll Avenue in East Garfield Park and taken to Norweigian Hospital, where he’s in good condition, police said.

...man was grazed in the head about 6:05 p.m. while walking in the 900 block of North Hamlin Avenue in Humboldt Park, police said. He was standing near a group of males when shots...

A 53-year-old man was shot in his right side about 9:40 p.m. Thursday while he was outside drinking in an alley in the 11500 block of South Ashland Avenue in Morgan Park, police said. He was transferred to Advocate Christ Medical Center and was considered stable.

...old woman was shot in the eye about 9:58 p.m. Thursday in the 5100 block of South Wabash Avenue in Washington Park after an altercation escalated into a male taking out a handgun and...

...year-old man was shot in the leg about 11:15 p.m. in the 5600 block of North Rockwell Street in the Arcadia Terrace neighborhood. Police said the teen was standing outside in an alley...

...his legs while sitting inside a vehicle about 1:25 a.m. Friday in the 4500 block of West 66th Place in West Lawn. An unknown shooter fired into the vehicle, and the man sustained two...

    Three killed in Thursday, Friday morning shootings
    Three men were killed and eight people injured in shootings Thursday afternoon through early Friday morning in Chicago. White evidence markers scattered in the wind outside a high-rise apartment building where a man was fatally shot about 2 a.m. Friday in the 3500 block of South Rhodes Avenue in the Ida B.

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Weekend picks: 10,000 Maniacs play North Central College

• The Powdered Toast Men: 8 p.m. Saturday, May 19, at Global Brew Tap House, 2100 Prairie St., St. Charles. (630) 549-0397 or globalbrew.com.

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Catch up with comedian Dulcé Sloane, a correspondent on "The Daily Show With Trevor Noah," when she performs at Zanies, 1548 N. Wells St., Chicago, (312) 337-4027. $25 plus a two-item purchase. zanies.com. 7, 9 and 11:15 p.m. Saturday, May 19

...choreographer Alicia Alonso's "Don Quixote" this weekend at the Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University, 50 E. Congress Parkway, Chicago. $41-$135. (312) 341-2300 or auditoriumtheatre.org. 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May...

...her first in 15 years. 8 p.m. Saturday, May 19, at the United Center, 1901 W. Madison St., Chicago. $39-$200. (800) 745-3000 or unitedcenter.com...

• The Beta Waves, LC/50, Fire Cat, Imbecile Missile: 8 p.m. Saturday, May 19, at Silvie's Lounge, 1902 W. Irving Park Road, Chicago. $10. (773) 871-6239 or silvieslounge.com.

• Kevin Andrew Prchal, A Flor de Piel: 8 p.m. Saturday, May 19, at Uncommon Ground (Lakeview), 3800 N. Clark St., Chicago. $12. (773) 929-3680 or uncommonground.com.

• The Coldies, Loose Cannons, State and Madison, Hallowed Halls: 8 p.m. Saturday, May 19, at Cobra Lounge, 235 N. Ashland Ave., Chicago. $10-$12. (312) 226-6300 or cobralounge.com.

• The Caleb Miller Solo Project, Fabled Plans, Luke Schmitt and the Cold Cold Ones, Cat Dail: 8 p.m. Sunday, May 20, at Elbo Room, 2871 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago. $5. (773) 549-5549 or elboroomlive.com.

• Headhunterz: 9 p.m. Saturday, May 19, at Concord Music Hall, 2047 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago. $20-$23. (773) 570-4000 or concordmusichall.com.

• Todd Rundgren's Utopia: 8 p.m. Tuesday, May 22, at the Chicago Theatre, 175 N. State St., Chicago. $45-$99.50. (312) 902-1500 or msg.com.

• Ryan Cabrera, Joe Taylor Must Die, Rookie of the Year, City Under Siege, Mark Rose: 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 23, at Bottom Lounge, 1375 W. Lake St., Chicago. $16. (312) 666-6775 or bottomlounge.com.

• Ike Reilly, Half Gringa: 8 p.m. Thursday, May 24, at Old Town School of Folk Music, 4545 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago. $18-$20. (773) 728-6000 or oldtownschool.org.

    Weekend picks: 10,000 Maniacs play North Central College
    Fans of the alternative rock band 10,000 Maniacs won't want to miss them in concert on Saturday, May 19, at North Central College's Pfeiffer Hall, 310 E. Benton Ave., Naperville. $20-$40. (630) 637-7469 or finearts.northcentral college.edu. 8 p.m.


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