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Who knows what those items are that have been in McCormick Places parking lot for about 10 days? They are very colorful and some of them light up at night.
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Who knows what those colorful items are that have been in the McCormick Place parking lot for about 10 days? They are very colorful and a few pieces even light up at night.
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Each quarter the culinary students at Robert Morris University, 401 S. State Street, open a pop up restaurant with a different theme and menu. Students do everything from selecting the food choices, designing the menu, ordering supplies, cooking, serving and cleaning. This quarter, our theme is "The L Stop" with courses from different neighborhoods of Chicago. Our quarters last ten weeks, but we need the first couple weeks to set up and the last couple to evaluate and critique. Open only on Thursdays, reservations recommended. This is a fantastic experience for our culinary students!
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...galleries and artist studios centered around South Halsted Street, beginning at 1711 and ending at 2005 S. Halsted St. It's a great way to take in the atmosphere of the neighborhood, and immerse...This article has 13 other Chicago locations (Show)
And when your hunger and thirst take over, there's no limit to the options open to you. A couple to try: Dusek's (1227 W 18th St), a high-end gastropub experience within a hip, historic building, and Alulu Brewpub (2011 S Laffin St), a brewery and craft cocktail joint with a warehouse atmosphere.
...from the humble halls of the original settlement homes at Jane Addams Hull-House Museum (800 S Halsted St) to the vaulted ceilings of The Shrine of Our Lady of Pompeii (1224 W Lexington...
...S Halsted St) to the vaulted ceilings of The Shrine of Our Lady of Pompeii (1224 W Lexington St) and the beautiful Notre Dame de Chicago (1334 W Flournoy St), built in 1892 by...
...Our Lady of Pompeii (1224 W Lexington St) and the beautiful Notre Dame de Chicago (1334 W Flournoy St), built in 1892 by French Canadian architect Gregoire Vigilant. This is one of the few...
...neighborhood. Here, you'll find restaurants and delis that span generations. Mario's Italian Lemonade (1066 W Taylor St, open from May) is a curbside stand that has been serving up shaved ice since...
...stand that has been serving up shaved ice since the 1950s. At Conte Di Savoia (1438 W Taylor St), you'll find an old-world Italian deli that's been serving the neighborhood since...
...Italian small plates and oodles of wine are the specialty at Davanti Enoteca Taylor Street (1359 W Taylor St). And at Tuscany on Taylor (1014 W Taylor St), you'll find Italian wines and...
...specialty at Davanti Enoteca Taylor Street (1359 W Taylor St). And at Tuscany on Taylor (1014 W Taylor St), you'll find Italian wines and Tuscan-inspired seafood served in a stylish trattoria...
...authentic Italian cuisine, pay a visit to the National Italian American Sports Hall Of Fame (1431 W Taylor St), a three-story museum founded in 1977 to house exhibits of Italian-American sports champions...
...milky tea). For a truly special dinner or dim sum experience, head to MingHin Cuisine (2168 S Archer Ave), awarded the 2018 Michelin Bib Gourmand for the third consecutive year. And if you're...
...if you're in the mood for something a little more casual, Strings Ramen Shop (2141 S Archer Ave) offers up all varieties of ramen soups and rice bowls in a low-key environment...
...iconic Greek-American favorites, including Chicago-invented flambéed Saganaki. Take a stroll to Athena (212 S Halsted St, pictured above), grab a seat on the patio and sample every Hellenic delicacy imaginable. No...
...every Hellenic delicacy imaginable. No trip to Greektown is complete without a visit to Artopolis (306 S. Halsted St.), a cafe with an in-house bakery. Try the Galaktoboureko, a traditional milk custard with...
Classroom fundraiser Walsh Elementary School
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Community Adult Day Care Center - STORY TELLING EVENT sold out - not a seat OPEN at MAYSLAKE Theater (seats 130) - we had people standing. Many thanks to all of our story tellers (12 in all), to Bruce Wolf - our EMCEE for the evening and to our sponsors and the volunteers that serve on the Board of Directors as well as our Executive Director, Susan Neustrom. All the silent auction items went so as fund raisers go - this was a good one for a very worthy 501c that serves seniors with dementia, Alzheimer's and nerve damage.
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Hello. Is anyone interested in joining WW? I just joined and I go downtown to the meetings. If we can get 15 people interested in attending meetings they would provide a group leader. Then I would ask Harrison Park if we could use a meeting room. If you are interested please contact me with your phone # and your preference for AM, Lunch or PM times. Thank You! Be Well. :-)