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Updated 26 hours ago

Construction Jobs - Illegal Immigration Anarchy

Chicago is having a Construction boom.

But there are few, if any Black African American construction workers on local (Hyde Park) construction projects.

The workers seem to be a 50-50% split between White - mostly older union workers and young Hispanics. Why is this so?

Chicago Black AA public schools no longer feature "trade school" education. The handy man type of training work is now all done by "undocumented" Hispanics and when the undocumented become citizens they have ethnic connections...

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Chicago is having a Construction boom.

But there are few, if any Black African American construction workers on local (Hyde Park) construction projects.

The workers seem to be a 50-50% split between White - mostly older union workers and young Hispanics. Why is this so?

Chicago Black AA public schools no longer feature "trade school" education. The handy man type of training work is now all done by "undocumented" Hispanics and when the undocumented become citizens they have ethnic connections in trade unions and it's a natural transition.

Many occupations that were once dominated by English speaking, native born and raised Black A. A. are now overwhelmingly Hispanic - jobs like cooks, bus boys, landscapers and especially nannies. Open borders advocates (the entire Illinois Congressional Delegation led by Sen. Dick Durban) always argue that the "undocumented"/Illegal aliens only do the jobs legal Americans don't want. But, if these jobs paid a higher, living wage - then native born Americans would take them.

The entire Black Congressional Caucus gets F immigration grades from NumbersUSA and go with the idea that mass immigration from Mexico and Central America is a good thing because these people will all vote Lib Democrat.

Since I lived in Southern California I noted that Hispanics have pushed out Black AA from historic places like Watts and Compton CA - and also taken over these service jobs once done by Black Americans. So far the Chicago Democrat machine has gerrymandered Aldermanic and Congressional districts to keep Black seats, but since Chicago the city has lost ~ 50% of it's Black AA population since 2000 - it's inevitable that many/most Black aldermanic and Congressional seats will turn to Hispanic.

I also go with the idea that Chicago should not be a city in anarchy where laws against illegal immigration, hard drug trafficking and human trafficking (slavery) are not enforced as are our laws against shootings and murder.

  • jaye els Returned to Hyde Park Kenwood

    I appreciate your comments on the union apprenticeship.

    Thanks

    I stand by my arguments that Chicago should not have immigration anarchy or criminal, violent crime anarchy and we do have both.

    No nation can survive without borders

    No nation can survive if laws against mass illegal immigration, human trafficking (slavery)...

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    I appreciate your comments on the union apprenticeship.

    Thanks

    I stand by my arguments that Chicago should not have immigration anarchy or criminal, violent crime anarchy and we do have both.

    No nation can survive without borders

    No nation can survive if laws against mass illegal immigration, human trafficking (slavery) hard drug smuggling are not enforced.

    The Cartels are doing both big time in our Chicago - hard drug smuggling and human trafficking - slavery.

    It's also reality that Black African Americans have been pushed out of many jobs they used to do:

    Cooks, bus boys, landscaping, handy men, especially nannies.

    Black AA Americans used to dominate the job of nanny.

    There are lots of reason Chicago has lost 50% of its Black African American population and it's related why Black AA have been getting ethnically cleansed out of Southern Calfiornia.

  • Juan from South Loop 16 year South Loop resident

    Jaye,

    You have not addressed the main issue. The issue is lack of upward mobility for each preceding AA generation. Should we complain about not being able to hold a lock on every unskilled position we once dominated? We dominated those fields because we were willing to work for less...

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    Jaye,

    You have not addressed the main issue. The issue is lack of upward mobility for each preceding AA generation. Should we complain about not being able to hold a lock on every unskilled position we once dominated? We dominated those fields because we were willing to work for less than the previous group that dominated the field. One of the big issue is they outsourced many of the manufacturing jobs that were the next steps for people leaving the lower skilled jobs. We dominated a lot of the fields but didn't control enough other them with the ownership of landscaping, janitorial, and nannies businesses to withstand the influx.

    Yes, There was a big push, across the country, beginning in the early 1990s to push all kids towards college and away from trade schools. They implemented all these standardized test just to track the progress. If white folks were going to prepare their kids for college then blacks were going to follow and not be left out. I think over the last 5 years there has been a realization that the push towards college may have gone too far. Dunbar recently reintroduced it's construction trade program.

    https://chicago.suntimes.com/chicago-politics/dunbar-h-s-to-prepare-students-for-jobs-in-construction-trades/

    I'm not sure I totally agree with us being pushed out of Southern Cal. We just don't have the growth. We have not had a major internal migrations of AA to Cali(Southern and Bay area) since the late 70s and early 80s. The major industries that pulled AA to the west, aerospace and navy in Southern Cali and ship building in the Bay area, are mostly gone. Hispanic have external and internal growth. The jobs available are still better than what they have at home so they keep coming

    The AA population is falling/stagnant in most parts of the country except the South where new medium/high skilled manufacturing jobs are created. Boeing making planes in Charleston, SC while Airbus makes planes in Mobile, AL. Toyota announced 4k jobs Huntsville, AL

37 hours ago

  • Young Authors

    Mrs. Porter is asking for $285.93:
    My students need paper, pencils, and age appropriate journals to flourish as young authors. Keeping their writing in a journal will allow us to keep up with and track their products throughout the remainder of the school year.
    National Teachers Academy Comment

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Oct 17

Updated 2 days ago

Steve's Bite Opens at 80 E. Cermak

Steve's Bite Opens at 80 E. Cermak

Looks like a new diner type of restaurant has opened at 67 E. Cermak (between Michigan and Wabash).  We can't find much online in the form of a website or yelp reviews.  A reader sent us the following pic of their menu:

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Pazzo's Appears to Be Coming to 825 S. State (Form...

    Steve's Bite Opens at 80 E. Cermak
    Looks like a new diner type of restaurant has opened at 67 E. Cermak (between Michigan and Wabash). We can't find much online in the form of a website or yelp reviews. A reader sent us the following pic of their menu: Additionally, we noticed that Chef Luciano has done some additional renovations and has opted for a very clean, modern look for their restaurant.
    http://www.sloopin.com

  • Was going to get a slice of pizza .As I was walking past Steve's Bite, the food smelled great. They menu looked delicious, I tried the Gyro bowl & Chicken Bowl. I could not resist the taffy apple grapes. I was offered a sample of the chili, it was awesome....

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    Was going to get a slice of pizza .As I was walking past Steve's Bite, the food smelled great. They menu looked delicious, I tried the Gyro bowl & Chicken Bowl. I could not resist the taffy apple grapes. I was offered a sample of the chili, it was awesome. a great balance of spices. It was quite delicious, am i am super picky.
    I enjoyed both entrees, the gyro & chicken was nicely seasoned , on a bed of rice & mixed salad , lightly drizzled vinagarette.
    Overall Steve"s Bite is a wonderful change from the same old fast food cycle. You have got to try a meal, you will not be disappointed.

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Jan 13

Updated 3 days ago

Launch Announcement:  Visit our NEW GSLA Website!

Launch Announcement:  Visit our NEW GSLA Website!

    Launch Announcement: Visit our NEW GSLA Website! - Greater South Loop Association
    We at the GSLA love to bring neighbors together, and are excited to announce the launch of our refreshed website, greatersouthloop.org! Here's a rundown of some of our favorite features: News: Here you'll find our blog, with summaries of our events and other pertinent information about the South Loop.
    https://greatersouthloop.org

6 days ago

Updated 5 days ago

Cell phone found

We found a cell phone in a black case in our front yard at 3527-3529 S King Dr

  • Annette Bada North Kenwood resident

    Good and neighborly for you to reach out and attempt to find the owner. You are to be commended.

  • We found the owner. It is a neighbor. Cell phones are so expensive!!!

  • Sheila A. Donovan Have been an owner at the Stratford since 2001.

    I'll bet your neighbor is grateful. Thanks for being a good neighbor!

5 days ago

Good neighbor reminder: Snow Removal

Good neighbor reminder: Snow Removal

    Good neighbor reminder: Snow Removal - Greater South Loop Association
    Chicagoans are very fortunate to experience a winter that has it all - cold temps, biting wind chills, freezing rain, and of course, snow. And speaking of snow, now is a good time to remind everyone to clear their sidewalks after it snows.
    https://greatersouthloop.org

6 days ago

  • March to Victory Book 3

    Ms. Laidler is asking for $522.14:
    My students need March Book 3! We are already received the first two books from other generous donors and now need to complete the series. The graphic novel is extremely appealing for all readers.
    National Teachers Academy Comment

Jan 12

Jan 11

Jan 08

Updated Jan 10

Republican Election Judges Sought in 3rd Ward

The 3rd Ward Republican Organization is looking for people to serve as election judges for the upcoming primary. If you are interested in serving as an election judge logon to :https://www.chipollworker.com Indicate you want to be a REPUBLICAN judge (Do Not Put Either Party, we will not place you!) and put in your home precinct. The deadline to apply is January 18, 2018.

    Login Page
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    https://www.chipollworker.com
  • Yeah, why would want to place someone who indicates "Either Party"... you might end up with an independent judge rather than a right-wing partisan hack who wants to intimidate voters...

Jan 10

Jan 09

+20 is Our Official Count for the 2017 Sloopin Business Counter

Bar Method (2112 S. Michigan)

Pizano's Pizza (2106 S. Indiana)

Parish 14 (2333 S. Michigan)

Royal Puppies (2000 S. Wabash)

Phenomenal Fitness (2001 S. State)

Steve Bite's (80 E. Cermak)

Jamaica Jerk Villa & Bar (2216 S. Michigan)

Asian Cajun (2113 S. State)

Lakeside Grocery (1912 S. State)

Lofty Aspirations (1934 S. Wabash)

• Pin me up (2411 S. Michigan)

• TBD tattoo Parlor  (2008 S. Prairie)

• Team Rehabilitation (2100 S. Michigan)

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Orange Theory Fitness (1005 S. State)

Air Aerial Fitness (1317 S. Michigan)

University of Chicago Center for Advanced Care (1101 S. Canal)

The Chicago Firehouse (1401 S. Michigan)

Poke & Roll (555 S. Dearborn)

Mercat a la Planxa (reopens 638 S. Michigan)

Pure Barre (1336 S. Michigan)

Timothy's Hutch (636 S. Michigan)

Hax: Hop's and Hamburgers (733 S. Dearborn)

Gordo's (729 S Dearborn)

EZ Dental (1466 S. Michigan)

Brighter Dental of South Loop (1620 S. Michigan)

Weissbluth Pediatrics (1471 S. Michigan)

Bulldog Ale House (15 E. 9th)

Title Boxing (250 W. Roosevelt)

Lobo Rey (1307 S. Wabash)

Himalayan Express (606 S. Wabash)

Cycmode (1333 S. Wabash)

Half Sour (755 S. Clark)

Not Just Cookies (901 S. Plymouth)

Pazzo's (825 S. State)

Kome (1303 S. Michigan)

Mai Tai (614 S. Wabash)

Art of Pizza (727 S. State)

Clark St. Cross Fit (730 s. Clark)

D'Jons Barbershop (1514 S. Wabash)

Belly-up Smokehouse and Saloon (1132 S. Wabash)

Phenomenal Fitness (1450 S. Michigan)

Freshii (1154 S. Clark)

Health Elements (79 E. 16th)

• Reflexology Foot Parlor (1319 S. Michigan)

• TBD Salon (705 S. Dearborn)

• Natural Girl (1547 S. State)

• Big Shoulders Chicago (1449 S. Michigan)

• Rosebud's Artist's Cafe (1150 S. Wabash)

• The Vault (1325 S. Michigan)

• TBD Asian Restaurant (1234 S. Michigan)

• TBD Medical Services Business (41 W. Congress)

• Taco Bell Cantina (407 S. Dearborn)

• Taco Madre (823 S. State)

• Poke Burrito (453 S. Dearborn)

• Dollop Coffee Co (801 S. Financial

• Willow Creek Community Church (1319 S. State

• Blaze Pizza (511 S. State

    +20 is Our Official Count for the 2017 Sloopin Business Counter
    A blog about the South Loop, Printer's Row, Prairie Avenue, Near South Side, Grant Park, Museum Campus in Chicago.
    http://www.sloopin.com

Jan 06

Weekend picks: She's got a ticket to Raue ... for American English

...and support a good cause! 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 6, at Reggies Rock Club, 2105 S. State St., Chicago. $10-$12. (312) 949-0120 or reggieslive.com...

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...m. Saturday, Jan. 6, and 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 7, at City Lit Theater, 1020 W. Bryn Mawr Ave., Chicago. The show opens Jan. 15. $10-$25. See babeswithblades.org...

...m. Saturday, Jan. 6; and 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 7, at The Edge Theater, 5451 N. Broadway, Chicago. $30. See blackbuttoneyes.com...

...Run Resort, 4051 E. Main St., St. Charles. (630) 524-0001; then at Zanies at 1548 N. Wells St., Chicago. (312) 337-4027. $22 plus a two-item purchase. zanies.com. 7:30 and...

...at 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 6; and 4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 7, at 5779 N. Ridge Ave., Chicago. The show opens Jan. 13. $18-$38. (773) 334-7728 or rivendelltheatre.org...

...the wonder of the cosmos during this month's free days at the Adler Planetarium, 1300 S. Lake Shore Drive, Chicago. Illinois residents get free general admission Sunday, Jan. 7, through Friday, Jan. 12, and...

• Ian's Party 2018: 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 6; and 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 7, at Subterranean, 2011 W. North Ave., Chicago; and Chop Shop, 2033 W. North Ave., Chicago. $12-$15 Saturday, $10-$12 Sunday; 69 bands across two venues and three nights. Check iansparty.com for lineup and schedule information.

• Ian's Party 2018: 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 6; and 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 7, at Subterranean, 2011 W. North Ave., Chicago; and Chop Shop, 2033 W. North Ave., Chicago. $12-$15 Saturday, $10-$12 Sunday; 69 bands across two venues and three nights. Check iansparty.com for lineup and schedule information.

• CASE, The Slaps: 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 6, at Beat Kitchen, 2100 W. Belmont Ave., Chicago. $10. (773) 281-4444 or beatkitchen.com.

• Guerrilla Social, Chicago Crossroads Quartet, niiice., What's Our Age Again, She/Her: 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 6, at Elbo Room, 2871 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago. $9-$10. (773) 549-5549 or elboroomlive.com.

• Sons of the Silent Age perform David Bowie's "Berlin" and more, Talsounds and Craftwerc: 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 6, at Metro Chicago, 3730 N. Clark St., Chicago. $20-$22; Proceeds benefit patients of NorthShore Kellogg Cancer Center. (708) 703-8804 or etix.com.

• Dorothy: 9 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 6, at Bottom Lounge, 1375 W. Lake St., Chicago. $17.50-$67.50. (312) 666-6775 or bottomlounge.com.

• Lightweights, Burn Rebuild, Fire Fire Fire, Gray Ghost: 9 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 6, at Quenchers Saloon, 2401 N. Western Ave., Chicago. $6. (773) 276-9730 or quenchers.com.

• Desmond Jones, The Hacky Turtles: 9 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 6, at Tonic Room, 2447 N. Halsted, Chicago. $10. (773) 248-8400 or tonicroom.ticketfly.com.

• Dude Same, Juice Cleanse, Girl K: 9 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 7, at Schubas Tavern, 3159 N. Southport Ave., Chicago. Free. (773) 525-2508 or lh-st.com.

• MER's Music Showcase: 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 10, at Cubby Bear, 1059 W. Addison St., Chicago. Free. (773) 327-1662 or cubbybear.com.

• Lana Del Rey "LA to the Moon Tour": 8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 11, at United Center, 1901 W. Madison St., Chicago. $39.50-$125. (800) 745-3000 or unitedcenter.com.

    Weekend picks: She's got a ticket to Raue ... for American English
    American English brings the best of the Beatles to the Raue Center for the Arts in Crystal Lake. More on this, an Elvis Presley Celebration at the Volo Auto Museum, comedy with "The Baby Boomer Show" at the Metropolis and other events.
    http://www.dailyherald.com

Jan 06

  • Permit issued for renovation/alteration

    RENOVATION OF EXISTING SIX (6) STORY WAREHOUSE / OFFICE BUILDING TO CONVERT TO RESIDENTIAL APARTMENT BUILDING WITH 1ST FLOOR RETAIL AS PER PLANS.

    2101 S. Wabash Ave. Issued January 4, 2018 Comment

Jan 06

Jan 05

2017 State of the South Loop: Highlights

2017 State of the South Loop: Highlights

    State of the South Loop: Highlights
    We are pleased to share a summary of the feedback collected from the 2017 State of the South Loop Survey in November. We thank everyone who took the time to respond with their perspectives on life in the South Loop. The information collected from the survey is already being used to inform our 2018 programming calendar.
    https://greatersouthloop.org

Jan 04

Patrick Houdek posted 24 photos to Flickr:

Jan 04

Jan 03

Weekly picks: Canadian comedy comes to Woodfield's Improv

...and support a good cause! 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 6, at Reggies Rock Club, 2105 S. State St., Chicago. $10-$12. (312) 949-0120 or reggieslive.com...

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...Club and The Dirty Miners. 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 4, at House of Blues, 329 N. Dearborn St., Chicago. $10-$15. (312) 923-2000 or houseofblues.com...

...Run Resort, 4051 E. Main St., St. Charles. (630) 524-0001; then at Zanies at 1548 N. Wells St., Chicago. (312) 337-4027. $22 plus a two-item purchase. zanies.com. 8 p.m...

• The Obsessives, Bleary Eyed, What Gives, Jaclyn Heuser, The Off Days: 6 p.m. Friday, Jan. 5, at Cobra Lounge, 235 N. Ashland Ave., Chicago. $10. (312) 226-6300 or cobralounge.com.

...p.m. Saturday, Jan. 6; and 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 7, at Subterranean, 2011 W. North Ave., Chicago; and Chop Shop, 2033 W. North Ave., Chicago. $12-$15 Friday, $12-$15 Saturday...

...p.m. Sunday, Jan. 7, at Subterranean, 2011 W. North Ave., Chicago; and Chop Shop, 2033 W. North Ave., Chicago. $12-$15 Friday, $12-$15 Saturday, $10-$12 Sunday and $30-$35 for a...

• Honey and the 45s, Scotch the Filmmaker, Element, Neon Creek: 8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 5, at Lincoln Hall, 2424 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago. $10-$15. (773) 525-2501 or lh-st.com.

• Jonnycatland, Dead Harvest, Aunt Kelly, J Eastman and the Drunk Uncles, As Am I: 8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 5, at Elbo Room, 2871 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago. $9-$10. (773) 549-5549 or elboroomlive.com.

• Still IL, Hitsleep, Out For Hours, Frank Liston: 8:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 5, at Cubby Bear, 1059 W. Addison St., Chicago. $10. (773) 327-1662 or cubbybear.com.

• Lucille Furs, The Evening Attraction, Capital Soiree, Cadien Lake James (Twin Peaks), Matt Williams (Post Animal): 9 p.m. Friday, Jan. 5, at Schubas Tavern, 3159 N. Southport Ave., Chicago. $10-$12. (773) 525-2508 or lh-st.com.

• CASE, The Slaps: 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 6, at Beat Kitchen, 2100 W. Belmont Ave., Chicago. $10. (773) 281-4444 or beatkitchen.com.

• Sons of the Silent Age perform David Bowie's "Berlin" and more, Talsounds and Craftwerc: 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 6, at Metro Chicago, 3730 N. Clark St., Chicago. $20-$22; Proceeds benefit patients of NorthShore Kellogg Cancer Center. (708) 703-8804 or etix.com.

• Dorothy: 9 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 6, at Bottom Lounge, 1375 W. Lake St., Chicago. $17.50-$67.50. (312) 666-6775 or bottomlounge.com.

• Lightweights, Burn Rebuild, Fire Fire Fire, Gray Ghost: 9 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 6, at Quenchers Saloon, 2401 N. Western Ave., Chicago. $6. (773) 276-9730 or quenchers.com.

• Desmond Jones, The Hacky Turtles: 9 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 6, at Tonic Room, 2447 N. Halsted, Chicago. $10. (773) 248-8400 or tonicroom.ticketfly.com.

• Lana Del Rey "LA to the Moon Tour": 8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 11, at United Center, 1901 W. Madison St., Chicago. $39.50-$125. (800) 745-3000 or unitedcenter.com.

    Weekly picks: Canadian comedy comes to Woodfield's Improv
    Jeremy Hotz brings comedy from north of the border for a run of standup performances at the Improv Comedy Showcase in Schaumburg. More on this, "Guitar Duo" Fareed Haque & Goran Ivanovic at the Metropolis, Revolt Coda at House of Blues and other fun events.
    http://www.dailyherald.com

Jan 02

Sound check: Ember Oceans brings new sound to Nellie's

...and support a good cause! 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 6, at Reggies Rock Club, 2105 S. State St., Chicago. $10-$12. (312) 949-0120 or reggieslive.com...

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...Club and The Dirty Miners. 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 4, at House of Blues, 329 N. Dearborn St., Chicago. $10-$15. (312) 923-2000 or houseofblues.com...

• The Obsessives, Bleary Eyed, What Gives, Jaclyn Heuser, The Off Days: 6 p.m. Friday, Jan. 5, at Cobra Lounge, 235 N. Ashland Ave., Chicago. $10. (312) 226-6300 or cobralounge.com.

• Honey and the 45's, Scotch the Filmmaker, Element, Neon Creek: 8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 5, at Lincoln Hall, 2424 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago. $10-$15. (773) 525-2501 or lh-st.com.

• Jonnycatland, Dead Harvest, Aunt Kelly, J Eastman and the Drunk Uncles, As Am I: 8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 5, at Elbo Room, 2871 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago. $9-$10. (773) 549-5549 or elboroomlive.com.

• Still IL, Hitsleep, Out For Hours, Frank Liston: 8:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 5, at Cubby Bear, 1059 W. Addison St., Chicago. $10. (773) 327-1662 or cubbybear.com.

• Lucille Furs, The Evening Attraction, Capital Soiree, Cadien Lake James (Twin Peaks), Matt Williams (Post Animal): 9 p.m. Friday, Jan. 5, at Schubas Tavern, 3159 N. Southport Ave., Chicago. $10-$12. (773) 525-2508 or lh-st.com.

• Lana Del Rey "LA to the Moon Tour": 8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 11, at United Center, 1901 W. Madison St., Chicago. $39.50-$125. (800) 745-3000 or unitedcenter.com.

    Sound check: Ember Oceans brings new sound to Nellie's
    Palatine's Ember Oceans is folding a funk-rock vibe into its well-worn, catchy and tropical-esque indie pop. Catch some at Nellie's along with the sounds of August Hotel and The Giving Moon. More on this, Take the Reins release show at BrauerHouse and the "Stop the Insanity" concert at Reggies.
    http://www.dailyherald.com

Jan 01

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