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Written by on June 14, 2015

Our Roots Planted Again and Again

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  Eduardo Arocho on Division Street Brilliant, warming sunshine. Gurgling breeze. Alexander von Humboldt looks westward out over the park, and the gathering morning clouds. He stares from his perch, where he has stood for well over 100 years in the park that took his name. Long ago the park became a magnet, drawing together […]

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Written by on July 7, 2014

Let’s Boogie Back in Time and Then Across Chicago

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  What: A funky show at the DuSable Museum, opening Friday. June 27th What Else:We stroll through German, Polish and Puerto Rican communities on Saturday, June 28th   Here we go. So stay in step. We’re traveling way back. Back to when Valerie Brown romped with Josie and the Pussy Cats. Back to when the […]

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Written by on June 25, 2014

We Are The World: a doorway to tours and dining in global chicago

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  We are the world. Indeed. So you don’t think so? Meander through neighborhoods where the signs tell you about a place far away Or visit a high school where they speak 70 languages Or spend an summer in a park where they cook out in every language and every cuisine and when they are […]

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Written by on May 29, 2014