Arts & Entertainment

  • iO Theater Relocating to Clybourn Corridor

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  • Happy Birthday, Lucas Neff

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  • Beethoven Festival 2013

    Classic music nerds, your prayers for a legitimate festival that can rival Chicago’s expansive (and expanding) list of other multi-day music festivals have finally been answered in the form of LOVE 2013. Founder, George Lepauw, has created a 9-day leviathan of a spectacle that includes visual art installations, fashion shows, educational opportunities and new-music … Continue reading