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Cafe Jumping Bean Keeps Local Art Alive

Cafe Jumping Bean Keeps Local Art Alive

The Cafe Jumping Bean, located in Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood, strives to keep the art scene alive for the neighborhood residents. Owner Eleazar Delgado opened the cafe’s doors in 1994 when he was only a 26-year-old, but even at such a young age, Delgado had a vision for what he wanted. “I had fast food experience […]

“Mancow” Muller and Reporter Meilin Jin Just for Fun

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“Mancow” Muller and Reporter Meilin Jin Just for Fun

Erich “Mancow” Muller, is a radio and television personality who is the former host of Mancow’s Morning Madhouse, a syndicated radio show based in Chicago. Recently, Mancow  made an announcement that he is returning the Chicago’s 97.9FM “The Loop” radio station He talks about his fun trip to China and his most memorable things during […]

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Chicago FireFest needs a little more flame

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Chicago FireFest needs a little more flame

The pictures below show thousands lining the streets of downtown Chicago, from Michigan Ave. along Wacker to State. But despite thousands of smiling faces and children’s eyes filled with wonder, many Chicago Fire Festival on-lookers left disappointed in the botched spectacle. The three life-sized homes were built by the CeaseFire Chicago foundation and the city-wide participants of […]

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Quinn and Rauner March in China’s National Day Parade

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Quinn and Rauner March in China’s National Day Parade

China’s National Day was Sept. 28, and there was a parade in Chinatown to celebrate. This year there was a bit more political excitement at the parade than usual. Both of Illinois’ gubernatorial candidates, Gov. Pat Quinn and candidate Bruce Rauner, made a rare joint public appearance. Down Wentworth Avenue in Chicago’s Chinatown neighborhood, pranced three Chinese dragons, […]

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Redmoon, City of Chicago, Park District, Bringing Fire to River

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Redmoon, City of Chicago, Park District, Bringing Fire to River

Redmoon is up to something.  Our reporters are looking into what Redmoon has been working on this year. Along with the City of Chicago and the Chicago Park District, the Great Fire Festival is being crafted to celebrate our neighborhoods. It will tell the story of Chicago’s grit, greatness and renewal following the Fire of 1871 with barges, boats, fire, and […]

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The View from Couch Place

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The View from Couch Place

It’s an alley, no, it’s an interactive art scene. Couch Place Alley at 171 N. Dearborn, which runs between Dearborn and State St., is being taken over by Luftwerk and  ZipTunes mobile. They’re cranking out music and blocking Dearborn, but it’s all for a reason – the FLOW/Im Fluss project. Traces for trumpet, radio, speaker, […]

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Scott Strazannte’s “Shooting From the Hip” Photo Exhibit Opens in Chicago

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Scott Strazannte’s “Shooting From the Hip” Photo Exhibit Opens in Chicago

Photojournalist Scott Strazzante’s “Shooting From the Hip” exhibit opened July 8th at Roosevelt University’s Gage Gallery. The exhibit features 125 photos taken in Downtown Chicago over the last four or five years by Strazzante using an iPhone. In Shooting from the Hip, Stranzannte, 50, discreetly captures all elements of life, from relaxing on a boat to the rough reality of […]

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