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Champaign, Fairytale Garden Fair (3/25 - 3/26): Kids and adults alike can come discover the magic of gardening with the enchanting world of fairy tales!

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Chicago, Circus 1903 – The Golden Age of Circus (3/21 - 3/26): The Illusionists have teamed up with the award winning puppeteers from War Horse to present a thrilling turn of the century circus spectacular.

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Chicago, Randolph Street Spring Market Festival (3/25 - 3/26): 125+ Vendors of Vintage, Antique, Indie Designer, Global Goods, Fancy Foods and more.

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Lombard, DuPage County Home & Garden Show (3/25 - 3/26): Find the ultimate in savings and convenience and find inspiration for their upcoming projects highlighting the latest home improvement products and services for the freshest ideas in remodeling, repai

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Oregon, 67th Annual Oregon IL Antique Show (3/25 - 3/26): Featuring over 50 dealers from the mid-west exhibiting antiques from early 1800's thru mid-1950's. Mark your calendar for March 25th & 26th, 2017

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Bensenville, All Around the House Quilt Show at Fischer Farm (3/25 - 3/26): Quilts of all sizes, colors, and ages will be on display, many of which are antique. The barn will be full of items for sale including books, patterns, blocks and quilts. Sherry Branson, A.Q.S. Certif

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Waukegan, Human Condition, the Richard Harris Collection (3/23 - 6/1): All living things have one thing in common: mortality. “Human Condition”, curated from the Richard Harris Art Collection, explores how different backgrounds, cultures and religions cope with death.

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Gurnee, Key Lime Cove Spring Break Shopping Event (3/25): Over 20 crafters and vendors to shop with

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Peoria, Marchtoberfest! (3/26): Why wait until the fall to enjoy a German Oktoberfest? You are invited to attend our one of a kind Marchtoberfest on Sunday, March 26th - Noon to 6 pm at the Lindenhof, 7601 N. Harker Drive, Peoria,

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Chicago, Randolph Street Market - MAR 25+26, 2017 - Indoor Event (3/25 - 3/26): All year round, one weekend each month, Randolph Street Market transforms Plumbers Hall into the ultimate shopping, eating, drinking and people watching experience in the West Loop District just west

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Grayslake, Festival Of Arts and Crafts (4/1 - 4/2): 250 Booths of quality handmade items for sale. Exhibitors from 8 states selling yard art, floral, home decor, metal art, ceramics, photography, watercolors, specialty foods, wearable art and much more

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Joliet, LEGO MANIA at the Joliet Museum (4/2): Lego Mania Event - Sunday, April 2nd from 11am - 5pm at the Joliet Area Historical Museum

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Rockford, Mad City Bridal Expo (4/2): Mad City Bridal Expo helps brides / grooms plan their wedding & receptions all in one day!

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Peoria, Polka Time with Eddie Korosa Dinner Dance! (4/1): Grammy nominee Eddie Korosa, Jr. returns to the Peoria area for one night only on Saturday, April 1st at the Lindenhof.

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Arlington Heights, Creole Stomp (3/25): Creole Stomp keeps listeners enthralled and dancers in motion with a rollicking mix of contemporary blues, swamp pop, and traditional Cajun and zydeco music. Dennis's deep knowledge of the music comes

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Arlington Heights, Heartache Tonight (4/1): The six members of Heartache Tonight have shared stages with some of the biggest names in rock, including Jimmy Buffett, Eddie Money and the Doobie Brothers. Heartache Tonight An Eagles Concert Experi

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Arlington Heights, Piano Masterworks with David Kalhous (3/26): David Kalhous is increasingly gaining recognition and critical acclaim in the United States and Europe for his wide-ranging repertoire and adventurous programming spanning more than three centuries. H

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Arlington Heights, Sam Sings Sinatra (4/2): Listen to songs and stories from his days with Tommy Dorsey, time at Capitol Records, and nights in Las Vegas. Hear Sam sing the classics, as well as some of the lesser-known recordings—which have all

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Aurora, DJ Scratch Camp - Spring Break (3/27 - 3/31): Unleash your inner rock star with an exciting Spring Break DJ Scratch Camp!

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Aurora, She Means Business With NBC Reporter Michelle Relerford & Guests (3/25): Join us as the The SMB Network Presents "She Means Business" with NBC Reporter Michelle Relerford & Guests for our Entrepreneur & Empowerment Panel.

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Aurora, Super SciTech Saturday (3/25): This month’s Maker Moment will feature activities will celebrate Women’s History month and women’s roles in aerospace sciences!

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Batavia, The Sam Dandals Band at Rivers Edge Bar & Grill (3/25): Join Sam and the boys at River's Edge Bar & Grill and enjoy a night of great music and food and drink specials!

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Bedford Park, Run to Pub 5 Rabbits Fun Run! (3/30): Run starts at 6:30pm, followed by a free craft beer. Taco truck will be on site.

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Belleville, LHSL Laser Tag! (4/1): Join LHSL for a night of Laser Tag at The Edge! The Edge is a family place for laser tag and dining. It is also the largest laser tag arena in the world. Bring your friends and family!

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Belleville, Spring Open House/Pop-Up Shop (3/25): Everyone has Spring fever! March 25th we will have our Spring Open House (along with other downtown businesses).

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Bensenville, All Around the House Quilt Show at Fischer Farm (3/25 - 3/26): 10th annual quilt show located at Fischer Farm in Bensenville, IL. Quilts of all sizes, colors, and ages will be on display, many of which are antique. This event will be held on March 25th and 26th.

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Bensenville, All Around the House Quilt Show at Fischer Farm (3/25 - 3/26): Quilts of all sizes, colors, and ages will be on display, many of which are antique. The barn will be full of items for sale including books, patterns, blocks and quilts. Sherry Branson, A.Q.S. Certif

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Bensenville, Easter Brunch at White Pines (4/16): White Pines will be hosting an Easter Brunch on Sunday, April 16th. The event starts at 9:30 AM and will conclude at 2:30 PM. The brunch will consist of carved prime rib, a cold seafood bar, an omelet

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Bensenville, Friday Night Fish Fry (3/3 - 4/14): White Pines will be hosting a Fish Fry every Friday night from March 3rd through April 14th. For $14.99, come enjoy an all-you-can-eat Lake Perch dinner and bring the whole family. There will be fresh

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Berwyn, Brave Combo (4/14): Brave Combo. Rarely, if ever, has a band name been more apropos, not only at the group's inception, but even more so 30+ years after the fact. At first glance, back in 1979, the Denton, Texas, based o

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Berwyn, matt urmy (4/13): Born February 22, 1978 to a mother who was an ICU nurse and father who was a healthcare administrator, Urmy spent his preschool years in New York (in Manhattan’s West Village and then in Westchester C

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Berwyn, Ryan Joseph Anderson (4/13): Ryan Joseph Anderson is known as the bandleader for the beloved Chicago roots outfit Go Long Mule, guitar slinger for garage-rockers Rambos, and as a producer, sessions man, and touring musician for a

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Bloomington, Against Me! (4/2): To pirate the title of one of their early songs (and still a set-list staple), Against Me! is a band that laughs at danger and breaks all the rules.

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Bloomington, Frankie Ballard (3/25): When Frankie Ballard was growing up in Battle Creek, Michigan, his father played him one classic album over and over again: Marty Robbins' Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs, featuring Robbins' signat

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Bloomington, Friends Trivia Night! (3/26): Please come and join us on March 26th at DR McKay's Bar and Grille. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Bloomington, Typesetter (4/2): Typesetter is a band from Chicago, IL. They are influenced by punk, indie rock, shoegaze and noise rock. Since 2012 the band has played 250+ shows in the US, Canada, and Europe. Their latest release,

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Bolingbrook, International Feast 2017 (3/25): We’re asking everyone to bring a dish that represents your family heritage or that you loved when you were growing up to share at the feast.

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Bradley, Break All Barriers Benefit (3/25): Please come and join us on March 25th at Duane Brumitt's Tri-Star Martial Arts Academy. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Bradley, Teen Moms HOPE Meeting (3/28): Please come and join us on March 28th at Teen Moms HOPE. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Braidwood, 2nd Annal St. Baldricks Bash (3/26): It's our 2nd Annual St. Baldrick's Bash ! ! ! We'll be shaving heads as we continue the fight against childhood cancer ! ! !

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Carbondale, For Kids Sake - Art Auction (3/28): For Kids' Sake Art Auctions raise funds with the sale of artwork by American and Bengali children, professional artists and in-kind business donations.

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Carbondale, The Phonics at The Varsity Center (2 Shows) (3/25): Join us for an exciting night of R&B, Motown, Soul, and Funk. Tickets are expected to sell quickly, so don't delay, get yours today!

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Carlyle, Casino Night at Bretz (3/25): A Las Vegas style evening of fun -- gaming, drinks, appetizers, silent auction, and drawings for great prizes!

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Carterville, Under the Sea Brunch (3/26): Join us at Legends for brunch with your favorite Mermaid and her friends! This brunch will help raise money for the Carterville High School Choir!

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Centralia, Clothing Giveaway (3/25): Free kids and adult clothing and more...at Calumet Street Christian Church Gym. All items are free. You may donate without receiving or receive without donating.

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Centralia, Legs for Life 5K (3/25): Enjoy a 3.1 mile run on a certified course through beautiful Foundation Park in Centralia, IL. This road race has a few short hills and beautiful scenery. All proceeds benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma

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Champaign, Fairytale Garden Fair (3/25 - 3/26): Kids and adults alike can come discover the magic of gardening with the enchanting world of fairy tales!

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Champaign, ISM Presents Green Days American Idiot (3/30 - 4/1): Illini Student Musicals presents Green Day's American Idiot for the Spring 2017 semester. This two-time Tony Award winning musical follows the stories of three friends struggling to find meaning in th

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Champaign, Ladies Night Out - Movie & Dessert (3/31): Join with other women to see the 2017 updated Disney classic, Beauty and the Beast at the Carmike 13 in Champaign. We will grab dessert afterwards!

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Champaign, Live At Leadbellys: Susan Williams Band (3/25): Live at Leadbelly’s Presents: Susan Williams Band – Enjoy a full night of live music with our Blues, Soul, and Rock inspired friends Susan Williams Band

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Champaign, Mountainfilm on Tour in Champaign-Urbana (3/28): Champaign Surplus is proud to present our 20th Annual screening of Telluride Mountainfilm on Tour Champaign-Urbana. Mountainfilm on Tour brings inspiration and education about important issues to audi

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Champaign, Old Blue Eyes - Frankly Speaking: Dinner and Cabaret (3/28): Join the Guild of the Champaign-Urbana Symphony Orchestra for dinner and a cabaret at Minneci's Ristorante!

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Champaign, PDP Panda Express Fundraiser (3/29): Support our lil student theatre group on campus while also eating "gourmet" Chinese food, and come out to the SPRING 2017 PDP PANDA EXPRESS FUNDRAISER!!

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Chicago Ridge, Bachata Lesson & Open Dancing (3/29): Salsa, Bachata, Cha Cha, Rumba, Merengue and more will be played during the open dancing.

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Chicago, #AiWeiwei (4/13 - 7/2): Known as one of the world’s most provocative artists, Ai Weiwei creates work that boldly confronts contemporary political and social issues, both in China and abroad.

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Chicago, 19th Annual Worldwide Toast to Harry Caray (3/30): Let's Win Two! Fans are invited to join in the annual celebration of Harry Caray’s extraordinary life at Harry Caray’s Italian Steakhouse in River North on March 30, 2017.

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Chicago, 2017 Logan Square Winter Farmers Market (2/26 - 3/26): The Market is a place where farmers and sustainable food producers from the region sell their goods and build relationships with consumers, where residents come to see their neighbors...

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Chicago, 2017 Logan Square Winter Farmers Market (1/8 - 3/26): The Market is a place where farmers and sustainable food producers from the region sell their goods and build relationships with consumers, where residents come to see their neighbors.

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Chicago, 2017 New Look of Leadership (3/26): The event will be emceed by the dynamic duo of Mika Stambaugh, Vice President of C-Strategies LLC and Brad Edwards, Broadcast Journalist at WBBM!

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Chicago, 2017 One Inspired Evening (3/25): Join us again for One Inspired Evening, Inspiration Corporation's annual art auction and fundraiser!

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Chicago, 20th Annual Spring Into Action Benefit (3/30): This reception-style party brings over 350 guests together with some of your favorite chefs from Chicago’s unparalleled culinary scene, as well as notable mixologists, beverage connoisseurs...

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Chicago, 2nd Annual Fashion Show (3/25): Fashion, finger foods and first access to our spring fasions; all while helping make a difference for children around the world.

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Chicago, 3rd Annual MAC & Cheese Cook Off & Fundraiser (3/25): MAC is back with our third annual MAC & Cheese Competition to support grassroots abortion access!

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Chicago, A Disappearing Number (1/11 - 4/9): The long-awaited Chicago premiere of this exquisite, internationally acclaimed play about love, math, and how the past and future connect.

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Chicago, AIDS Onstage: And All the Dead Lie Down by Harrison David Rivers (3/27): About Face Theatre and Art AIDS America are proud to present a staged reading of Harrison David River's new play AND ALL THE DEAD LIE DOWN, the final in our "AIDS On Stage" ...

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Chicago, Alex Wiley (3/31): Since the May, 2013 release of his debut mixtape, Club Wiley, Alex Wiley has been winning over fans and critics, emerging as an exciting and talented new artist. While he flew somewhat under the radar

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Chicago, Amel Larrieux (4/8): Amel Larrieux (born March 8, 1973) is an American R&B and neo-soul singer-songwriter and pianist, who was known as a founding member of the soul duo Groove Theory before pursing her own solo career –

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Chicago, An Evening at the Zebra Lounge (3/30): Join us for an evening of live piano music at the Zebra Lounge on Thursday, March 30. Friend of the Associates David Blowers, Jr. will be playing the piano ...

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Chicago, Annual Black Marriage Dinner Dance (3/25): Please come and join us on March 25th at Trinity United Church of Christ. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Chicago, Aquaponics 101 (3/25): Join Plant Chicago's Farm Technology Coordinator, Eric Weber, for this 2 hour workshop on the basic principles behind aquaponic growing.

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Chicago, Aretha Franklin (3/31): “There are singers,” said Ray Charles, “then there is Aretha. She towers above the rest. Others are good, but Aretha is great. She’s my only sure-enough sister.”

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Chicago, Arnold Dreyblatt (4/2): Dreyblatt was elected to lifetime membership in the visual arts section at the German Academy of Art (Akademie der Künste, Berlin). He is currently Professor of Media Art at the Muthesius Academy of A

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Chicago, ART Party: Spring Soiree (3/25): Join us for an incredible ART Party for next generation artists.

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Chicago, Aseethe (4/2): Aseethe, the doom trio of Brian Barr (guitar, vocals, synth), Eric Diercks (drums, samples), and Danny Barr (bass, vocals), has a singular emphasis on crushing doom that utilizes space and repetition,

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Chicago, Barnyard Stompers (4/7): Hank Williams and Waylon Jennings would go on an ultra-violent shooting rampage if they knew what was being passed off as “Country music” these days. Johnny Cash and George Jones were not happy with t

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Chicago, Bells Oberon Day (3/27): We're hosting the official Bell's Brewery #OberonRelease party at 5pm on Monday, March 27th! Come party with the Bells Brewery crew and score some sweet Oberon swag!

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Chicago, Beyond Books: Supporting Adult Literacy in Chicago (3/30): Join us on March 30th as we recognize adult education leaders, celebrate a year's worth of successes, and engage in camaraderie with our colleagues, students, and allies.

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Chicago, Big Bang Baby (4/14): Big Bang Baby is a high-energy, larger-than-life rock experience. From the ski slopes of Killington, VT to the beaches of Ocean City, MD, BBB never disappoints. Now they’re bringing it to YOUR town, s

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Chicago, Bisharat (4/15): Raised in Chicago, Bisharat has long been influenced by his city’s house scene. As a founding partner of the prominent windy city imprint and collective, The Pool House, he and his team are quickly be

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Chicago, Bison Machine (3/25): Conceived in a single family wigwam on the far eastern reaches of the city of detroit, and thrust from the birth canal in a dusty basement in hamtramck, bison machine giveth and bison machine taketh a

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Chicago, Black Girls Hustle Harder Expo (3/25): Black Girls Hustle Harder Expo is an event where African American Entrepreneur Women come together to market/sale/promote their products, goods and services.

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Chicago, BMO Harris Bank Chicago Works Chris Bradley (1/17 - 7/2): Sculptor Chris Bradley (American, b. 1982) is interested in the real, everyday things around us that become so commonplace we stop noticing them.

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Chicago, Bombadil (4/8): Fences is something new for our band Bombadil. It is more than just an album; it is a new path, a reset after several challenging years. The path began in January 2015, when a longtime member of Bomba

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Chicago, Book It Chicago March 2017 Literary Event (3/25): This event will include a mix and mingle with the authors and readers with raffle giveaways and book club winnings throughout the event. You don't want to miss your opportunity to have more chances to

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Chicago, Born Ready (3/24 - 4/29): An aging former child film actor turned variety show star in the 1950s who is desperate to get back into pictures. When a new young dancer comes into her life they become fast friends and a smash come

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Chicago, Bowling for Soup (3/31): American pop-punk band Bowling For Soup emerged in Wichita Falls, Texas in 1994, but have since relocated to Denton Texas. The band released a profuse amount of material throughout the 90s; however th

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Chicago, BPNs Breakfast Series (3/30): Join the Young Leadership Division's (YLD) Business Professional Network (BPN) for their Networking Breakfast Series. Come join other young professionals for facilitated conversation and networking.

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Chicago, Brunching with Flowers for Dreams (3/25): Every bouquet sold benefits a nonprofit in the Chicago community, and since launching in 2012, the company has raised over $194,000. The class includes all necessary tools and flowers, and after stude

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Chicago, Build-A-Robot with Robot City Workshop & Metropolitan Brewing! (3/26): On Sunday, March 26th, Robot City Workshop, in conjunction with Metropolitan Brewing, presents the first BUILD-A-ROBOT class at Logan Arcade!

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Chicago, Bunny Rock 5K & Egg Hunt (4/15): Bunny Rock at Montrose Harbor features 1980s rock music, a 5K run/walk at 9 a.m., a petting zoo, and a giant egg hunt for ages 2 to 10 at 10:15 a.m.

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Chicago, Bunny Rock 5K and Egg Hunt (4/15): This festive race is sure to bring lots of excitement and entertainment with 80’s rock music being played at the start and finish line, amazing amenities, and an overall fun, spring-filled race! All 5

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Chicago, Bury Your Dead (4/2): Bury Your Dead is an American hardcore band from Boston, Massachusetts formed in 2001. To date there are eight releases; one EP: Bury Your Dead, one live DVD: Alive, and six studio albums: You Had Me

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Chicago, Candice Glover (3/28): As a little kid Candice Glover was so shy that she could only sing for her parents—and even then asked them to listen in from the other side of her closed bedroom door. Over the years, the golden-voic

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Chicago, Caroline Spence (4/7): "Spence writes with an authority beyond her years, crafting indelible phrases of heartbreak and longing. She has a rugged, sweet soprano and a heart-tugging delivery. She's the kind of act who'll make

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Chicago, Casper Skulls (4/7): Casper Skulls are a Toronto based band signed to Buzz Records. Formed a little under a year ago the band have rapidly built a reputation as one of the most exciting new bands in the city on the back o

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Chicago, Cavalia Presents Odysseo (4/1 - 4/23): Live entertainment with its new theatrical adventure Odysseo - a $30 million extravaganza that expands the definition of performance into an epic and soulful experience. For its first run in the Midwe

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Chicago, Chad Lehr (3/25): We have all been that guy or gal driving home alone at night when a song comes on, maybe we know it, maybe we don't, but in those 3:30-4:00 minutes, we feel safe.

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Chicago, Chef/Artist Series 1: pastry & comics collide (3/27): Please come and join us on March 27th at Martyrs'. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Chicago, Chicago Art and Design Show at Navy Pier (4/8 - 4/9): Presented by the award-winning Amdur Productions, the Chicago Art & Design Show. Featuring original art of all mediums including glass, jewelry, furniture, ceramics, sculpture, wearable art, and photo

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Chicago, Chicago Quarter Marathon (4/15): Chicago Quarter Marathon begins at the sound end of Grant park and follows the shoreline of Lake Michigan. It’s followed by treats and live entertainment

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Chicago, Circus 1903 – The Golden Age of Circus (3/21 - 3/26): The Illusionists have teamed up with the award winning puppeteers from War Horse to present a thrilling turn of the century circus spectacular.

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Chicago, Classicisms Lecture: Salvatore Settis (3/30): Join archaeologist and art historian Salvatore Settis for the talk “Caravaggio and the Antiquities of Rome.”

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Chicago, Counterweight (4/2): Counterweight – often compared with bands like Heaven Shall Burn and The Sorrow, definitely hard but still grooving and melodic the band defines its own sound between Metalcore and Hardcore.

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Chicago, Creepoid (3/29): Known for their mesmerizing, mindbending live shows, Creepoid has shared the stage with Drive Like Jehu, Dinosaur Jr., Against Me!, Kurt Vile, Refused, Failure, Quicksand, Dead Meadow, Protomartyr, Be

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Chicago, Crystal Fighters (4/2): If you’d spent the last few years of your life wrapped up in an album like Star Of Love, you’d go looking for a little respite, too. Crystal Fighters’ debut was the product of minds made manic by a de

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Chicago, Dakha Brakha (3/31): DakhaBrakha - ethno-chaos group in brief The world of unexpected, intimate and new music. Ethnos + chaos = the combination of two fundamental substances, create the world of music in a variety of nati

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Chicago, Dandelion Theatre presents Ohio State Murders (3/23 - 4/2): Suzanne Alexander, a successful author, has been invited back to her alma mater, Ohio State, to give a lecture on the themes in her work. As Suzanne revisits her time as a student, a sinister mystery

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Chicago, David Luning (4/13): John Prine forced David Luning to drop out of college. Not at gunpoint or anything— the two had never even met—but the effect of hearing the songwriting legend's music for the first time had an equall

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Chicago, David Sanborn (3/26): One of the most commercially successful American saxophonists to earn prominence since the 1980s, Sanborn is often identified with radio-friendly smooth jazz. However, Sanborn has expressed a disincli

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Chicago, Daylight Sinners (3/31): The Daylight Sinners combine timeless styles with new age nuances. Originally from just outside Detroit, lead guitarist, singer, and songwriter, Liam Kelley, currently resides in Chicago.

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Chicago, Dozin with the Dinos (4/1): SUE the T. rex is having a sleepover! You've seen The Field Museum during the day, now join us on an overnight adventure!

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Chicago, Dreamtree Shakers (3/26): The Dreamtree Shakers are a Chicago-based band making music that they hope parents and kids will enjoy together!

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Chicago, Dweezil Zappa (3/25): It was inevitable that from the moment of his birth his life would be filled wall-to wall with music (his father having listed his religion as “musician” on Dweezil’s birth certificate). Dweezil’s ear

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Chicago, Easter Craft Workshop (4/4): Adults are invited to this special workshop to create Swedish Easter decorations, treats and more.

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Chicago, Easter Egg Decorating Workshop (3/25): Instructor Donatas Astras will teach the traditional etching technique. Please bring six or more hard boiled died eggs. Scratching knife and instructions will be provided.

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Chicago, Ecstatic Vision (3/29): Ecstatic Vision come out of hiding in 2017 with their new psychedelic-rock album RAW ROCK FURY. RAW ROCK FURY is the 2nd LP for the band, and follows 2015's critically acclaimed SONIC PRAISE, which sa

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Chicago, Edison Park Goes BALD for Baldricks (3/26): Join us for our fourth annual Edison Park Goes Bald! We have raised $189,528 since we began our mission to help raise money for childhood cancer research.

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Chicago, Elephant Revival (4/8): Elephant Revival (formed in 2006) is an American folk music five-piece known for incorporating a wide-spectrum of influences including Scottish and Celtic vocals, traditional folk, psychedelic country

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Chicago, Evil Empire (3/30): We have different interests, opinions, and personalities. We play music together to promote peace, knowledge, and truth. We don't care if you're into hardcore or emo. In fact, we don't give a motherfu

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Chicago, Facelift (4/14): Facelift was formed in year 2008 in a Finnish town called Vaala. 2010 Facelift found its own sound by playing Life Boosting Pop Punk/Modern Rock and throwing gigs around Finland.

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Chicago, Family Day: Build a Bust (4/1): Each Family Day features hands-on art activities designed to inspire children to think about and respond creatively to art and the world around them.

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Chicago, Family Workshop: Mummy Science (3/25): Get hands-on with our interactive mummy, learn about organic and inorganic materials and the scientific principles that make mummification possible.

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Chicago, First Friday Series: Wendel Patrick (4/7): Performing on stage with his band, behind two turntables, beatboxing, improvising, or playing a Mozart Concerto on stage with an orchestra, genre-defying artist Wendel Patrick brings his unique artist

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Chicago, Fishbone (4/1): Celebrating 25+ groundbreaking years, FISHBONE has been trailblazing their way through the history of American Ska, Funk, Punk, Rock Fusion and (so-called) Black Rock since starting their professional

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Chicago, Flamingo Nosebleed (4/7): Flamingo Nosebleed started in late 2007-early 2008 after the breakups of other local fort wayne punk bands. Founded by Jake Emissions (vocals, guitar), Drew Snyder (bass), and Josh Peebles (Drums). Th

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Chicago, Foxygen (3/31): Get a load of these guys. These two young guys in the corner booth of a small bar. Classy joint. Beautiful ugly woman sits at the taps. Frail handsome man with a rag mops around her drink. Collectin'

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Chicago, Free Monday! HOGG / Cube / Magas / Beau Wanzer (DJ set) (4/10): This band is sure to either terrify or delight you with their doomy, industrial noise-punk. HOGG's tape, Bury The Dog Deeper (dear god), was released on ANDY ORTMANN's Nihilist Recordings, so that sho

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Chicago, Free Monday! Pontiak (3/27): Their singular combination of impressive work ethic and boundless creativity pays off on their new album INNOCENCE. From the explosive title track to the mellow groove of “Wildfires,” these 11 songs a

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Chicago, Galactic (3/25): New Orleans, Lousiana based Galactic is an American jam band who combines jazz, R&B, rock, funk and even rap into their music.

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Chicago, Ggoolldd (4/12): Builds to a gracious sway, there's a little something for everyone in GGOOLLDD's sound. GGOOLLDD isn’t like other bands. They formed on whim, decided to play their first show mostly as an excuse to ho

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Chicago, Giggle, Giggle, Quack (3/18 - 4/16): So Farmer Brown takes off for a well-deserved vacation, leaving his brother Bob, an accountant from the city, in charge. Soon it’s no work and all play (and cake, pizza, movies, and bubble baths…) as

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Chicago, Girls Bike Club 5th Annual Heels On Wheels (3/25): Girls Bike Club proudly presents its 5th annual bike fashion show! Heels On Wheels is a fundraising event that benefits our future youth programming.

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Chicago, Goodbye June (4/7): Growing up scattered throughout the South and Midwest, cousins Landon Milbourn, Brandon Qualkenbush, and Tyler Baker had longtime plans of forming a band. Then in June 2005, Baker's brother was tragic

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Chicago, Graveshadow (4/8): Symphonic Metal band that incorporates Doom, Thrash and Goth Metal. Based out of Sacramento, CA since 2013.

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Chicago, Hannah Wants (4/1): Nourishing her addiction to music the Birmingham (UK) born DJ dedicated the summer of 2010 to Ibiza. Following a number competition wins, an unexpected headline opportunity at Es Paradis and an invita

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Chicago, Harmed Brothers (3/30): Nestled between the rolling farmland of Oregon’s Willamette Valley and the impossibly tall trees further south, the gold and timber town of Cottage Grove has always drawn an eclectic mix of dreamers,

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Chicago, Health and Wellness EXPO (4/8): Learn how to prevent and manage diabetes at the American Diabetes Association Expo, which has health screenings, cooking demonstrations, experts, and exhibitors at McCormick Place. Free.

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Chicago, Henry V (2/18 - 4/1): Ascending the throne of England after the death of his father, young Henry V faces suspicion from within his country and pressure from without. Hoping to unite his kingdom and ensure its future securi

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Chicago, Hindi Films on Canvas and Cassette (3/25): Starting in the 1950s, Lebanese and Sindhi merchants imported and distributed hundreds of Hindi films to Ghanaian cinemas.

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Chicago, Homeboy Sandman (4/13): Homeboy Sandman is a musician. His genre is hip hop. An emcee that prides himself on musical growth and evolution, he has adopted as his motto and creative mission statement, "Boy Sand like you've nev

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Chicago, Indonesian Junk (4/1): Big hooks and big riffs is what Indonesian Junk is all about. Hailing from the land of Lenny, Squiggy, and the Crusher this Milwaukee ménage à trois takes the best elements of glam, punk, power pop, a

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Chicago, International Pop Overthrow (4/14 - 4/23): International Pop Overthrow (IPO) is a cutting-edge pop and rock music festival based in Los Angeles that brings dozens of the latest bands to The Red Line Tap.

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Chicago, James McCartney (4/15): Singer-songwriter James McCartney’s signature aesthetic of melding smart hooks and feral alt-rock with the grandeur and spiritual centeredness of psychedelic music has won him press plaudits and a str

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Chicago, Jessica Stockholder: Roses Inclination (9/12 - 7/2): Jessica Stockholder intersects the Smart’s lobby with a wave of color and texture that climbs to the clerestory, cuts across the floor, and travels outwards into the Museum’s sculpture garden and beyo

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Chicago, Jessie Mott: A Wish to Repair (1/22 - 4/23): A Wish to Repair features works on paper and site-specific wall paintings by Jessie Mott, including the debut of a collaborative animation with artist and writer, Steve Reinke.

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Chicago, Joan Shelley (4/9): Joan Shelley's new album, Over And Even, was written in the back of an abandoned beauty parlor on the island of Thessaloniki. The whole thing had something to do with Vashti Bunyan. That's what Joan t

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Chicago, John Craigie (4/12): For the past seven years, John Craigie has taken his unique musical style across the western United States. He stays true to the essence of folk music, and the traditions of the seminal writers of our

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Chicago, Jounce (4/5): Jounce is an East to West Coast band centered in Brooklyn, NY. An ever evolving post punk and 90's rock hybrid. A product of a well defined generation only re-imagined. Nearly impossible to describe b

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Chicago, Katy Guillen and The Girls (4/13): Katy Guillen and The Girls, out of Kansas City, MO, formed in September of 2012. The blues influenced roots rock trio is made up of Katy Guillen (guitar, vocals), Claire Adams (bass, vocals), and Step

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Chicago, Kayo Dot (3/31): Kayo Dot has never made the same record twice. To read various descriptions from magazines and reviews, you might feel like you couldn't be reading about the same band. From chamber music to black met

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Chicago, Kirtan Workshop: Chanting with Jayanta (3/25): Kirtan is devotional chanting and will purify and calm the mind as it eases the heaviest of hearts. You will leave feeling peaceful, happy and joyful.

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Chicago, Kishi Bashi (4/11): Having collaborated and toured with indie strangelings of Montreal, Regina Spektor, and Sondre Lerche, singer, violinist, and composer, K Ishibashi (aka Kishi Bashi), embarks on a epic orchestral solo

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Chicago, Kurt Baker (4/1): There are a couple of things I pride myself in, buy first is my ability to spot raw talent. The first time I met the Leftovers - goofy teens from Maine who drove ten hours just to play a free party in

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Chicago, Lake/McHenry Ghost Adventure (3/25): We'll board our luxury coach in the quaint village of Long Grove and depart on a whirwhind tour of cemeteries, historic sites, forests and more. From Cuba Road to the the Mineola Hotel . . .

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Chicago, Lamon Manuel (4/13): Lamon Manuel is one-seven of Tomorrow Kings and one-half of Frank McIntyre when combined with SKECH185. When played forward his music is a series of choreographed panic attacks. When played backwards

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Chicago, Language Of Angels (2/15 - 3/26): An eerie cycle of ghost stories, set in the cave country of North Carolina. After a young girl is lost in a cave on the edge of town, there is a Rashomon-like investigation of her disappearance and th

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Chicago, Last False Hope (4/7): Part city slickers, part scumpunks, and full on music junkies, Last False Hope hails from Chicago. Their unique sound of underground bluegrass combined with their roots in punk and metal is a loose bu

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Chicago, Last of the Easy Riders (3/26): While Last of the Easy Riders formed last summer in Denver, the band of sonic nomads each converged high in the Rocky Mountains individually from various parts of the country.

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Chicago, Latasha Alcindor aka L.A (4/13): Latasha Alcindor, also known as L.A. is the essence of fearless energy in rhyme. Coming from Flatbush, Brooklyn, the young trailblazer utilizes her many talents ranging from poetry and relativity to g

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Chicago, LECTURE: Be My Baby in Babylonia: Girl Meets Boy and Vice Versa (4/5): An illustrated lecture which presents two Old Babylonian incantations in comparative perspective.

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Chicago, Lecture: Sita and Surpanakha: Indian Womanhood in a Tholu Bommalata Ramayan (3/28): Tholu Bommalata, a shadow puppet custom of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, is similar to Wayang for both act as forms of education and entertainment.

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Chicago, Letters to Nepal (3/30): Letters to Nepal are a Brooklyn-based indie-electronic duo. Their debut album RAW was released in 2012, followed by LUX in October 2016.

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Chicago, Liaison (3/25): This is a rare opportunity to see CTT’s sister companies, Tapage (Toulouse, France) and Tap Olé (Barcelona, Spain). The last time they were in Chicago, four years ago, Tap Olé’s sand dance brought dow

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Chicago, Lucky Boys Confusion (4/15): Based out of Chicago, IL Lucky Boys Confusion has been together since 1997. This year, 2017, the band will release their first full length album in 10 years. Produced by Grammy Nominated Johnny K, the

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Chicago, Lúnasa (3/25): Lúnasa, one of the most influential bands in the history of Irish traditional music, celebrates its twentieth anniversary in 2017. Named after an ancient Celtic harvest festival in honour of the Irish

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Chicago, M. Ward (3/27): M. Ward (born in 1974) is the stage name of American alternative-folk singer-songwriter and musician Matthew Stephen Ward, best known for his acclaimed solo work as well as contributions to the bands

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Chicago, Maggie Rogers (4/2): For a long time, I've introduced myself as a banjo player from the Eastern Shore of Maryland. I'm a hiker and an environmentalist. I'm an optimist. I'm loud.

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Chicago, Marry Me A Little (4/14 - 5/21): Fantasies and deep yearning never knowing that they're only a floor away from each other and the end of their lonely dreams. Following in the tradition of Porchlight's hit Sondheim on Sondheim, and re

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Chicago, Marwen Career Fair 2017 (3/25): Meet, network, and learn from creative professionals in a variety of fields, including game design, architecture, art therapy, fashion design, graphic design, photography, and more!

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Chicago, Mat.Joe (4/15): Mat.Joe. Matze and Johannes, two young men with a Hip Hop and House affection conquering Berlin.

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Chicago, Matt Hires (4/5): American Wilderness, the striking new Rock Ridge Music album by Nashville-based singer-songwriter Matt Hires, pays off the promise the musician makes to himself in “Begin Again,” one of the album’s ke

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Chicago, Methyl Ethel / Blonder / J Fernandez (4/13): METHYL ETHEL intricate tapestries of melody, dripping with lush eccentricity, ascended through the ether and onto the airwaves, with Indie Shuffle and more. J FERNANDEZ is a cartographer by trade who

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Chicago, Michigander (3/25): Michigander has been the toil and passion of Jason Singer since 2013. It's being built in basements and churches and vans without mufflers. It's living on stages, floors, and in studios—sounding big a

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Chicago, MidWest Rum Fest (4/8): The MidWest Rum Fest has a tasting room and brand seminars at Logan Square Auditorium for age 21+.

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Chicago, MIGS 2017 Stacy Petty (One Night Exhibition) (3/25): MIG (metal inert gas) welding is a process used to join pieces of metal in metalwork. This exhibit will be about Modernistic Industrial Gestural Sculpture.

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Chicago, Mixing Media Workshop (3/26): The workshop will explore various water-based media and provide an introduction to various techniques of paint applications, mark-making, layering, and collage to achieve a point of abstraction.

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Chicago, Mono in Stereo (4/1): Mono in Stereo started in 2009 as a three piece featuring Kevin Kalen, Mike Melenas and Jordan Acosta in the summer of 2012 they added Billy Maynard and the winter of 2013 added Natalie Fores to the l

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Chicago, Morgan Page (4/7): Versatility remains the key to longevity. Any artist must be able to deliver regardless of the setting, whether it's in the studio or on stage. For Morgan Page, it doesn't matter where he is. His numb

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Chicago, National to Neighborhood, Getting Local in a Trump America (3/27): Come hear about ways to get involved right here in your own community

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Chicago, Natural Inclinations (4/7 - 5/28): The Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art is pleased to present “Natural Inclinations,” an exhibition of social media generated photography by seven Chicago-based artists.

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Chicago, New Dances Audition (3/26): Please come and join us on March 26th at Menomonee Club for Boys and Girls. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Chicago, Now Im Nothing (3/25): Now I'm Nothing is a Chicago based Nine Inch Nails/Trent Reznor Tribute band covering the whole of the Nine Inch Nails Catalog from 1988 to the present.

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Chicago, Obituary (4/7): Upon switching their name from Xecutioner to Obituary, the career of one of the most successful and influential Death Metal bands began. Hailing from Florida and featuring John Tardy (vocals), brother

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Chicago, Omni (4/5): The unfulfilled promise of the Space Age and Age of Aquarius bleeding into the looming threat of Morning in America. OMNI distills the buzz and grit that snakes through the best of TELEVISION, DEVO, a

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Chicago, One Season (3/31): One Season spawned from the late-night lasagna basement musings of gig-buddies Chris Harris and Tim Bernard, both avid song-writing vocalists and guitarists. In late 2011, recorded an EP “As Bad as It

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Chicago, Pallbearer (3/31): It is 2014, and on August 19th, two years on from the release of their seminal debut LP Sorrow and Extinction, Pallbearer will unleash the most powerful and engaging chapter in their story thus far; F

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Chicago, Panel Discussion: Art and Misericordia (4/4): Steve Schapiro and art instructors from Misericordia will be participating in a panel discussion at LUMA about the importance of creative expression

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Chicago, Perception is Not Always Reality: Adjustment to the Return Home Through Printed Mark-Making (3/25): The National Veterans Art Museum is proud to partner with The Veteran Print Project to host Perception is Not Always Reality: Adjustment to the Return Home Through Printed Mark-Making.

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Chicago, Periphery (4/9): Periphery represents the vanguard of addictive, chaotic, challenging and cathartically inviting heavy music for the modern era. The triple-guitar attack and rhythmic dexterity of Periphery has won the

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Chicago, Pilfers (3/30): Pilfers are a legendary band out of New York City that play an infectious, unique sound that blends pop, reggae, hardcore, dub, punk, and ska. Their sound, dubbed “raggacore” features the talents of l

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Chicago, Poetry Reading: Maria Barnas with opening by Danielle Rosen (3/30): Maria Barnas is a Dutch writer, poet and artist whose work centers on the myriad ways description can shape reality.

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Chicago, Post Child (3/25): Formed in 2012 by Bryan Alvarez, the band has since released an EP, two albums, and contributed to a number of compilations and playlists including Chicago Mixtape, Loud Loop Press, Notes & Bolts, Ber

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Chicago, Prioritize Your Professional Growth (3/30): EL Chicago members are determined to move up the ladder while making a unique name for themselves during the process.

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Chicago, Raise The Macallan Tasting and Dinner on Internationa Whisky Day (3/27): Please come and join us on March 27th at Untitled. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Chicago, Randolph Street Market - MAR 25+26, 2017 - Indoor Event (3/25 - 3/26): All year round, one weekend each month, Randolph Street Market transforms Plumbers Hall into the ultimate shopping, eating, drinking and people watching experience in the West Loop District just west

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Chicago, Randolph Street Spring Market Festival (3/25 - 3/26): 125+ Vendors of Vintage, Antique, Indie Designer, Global Goods, Fancy Foods and more.

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Chicago, Rasplyn (3/30): Rasplyn is the solo project of Carolyn O’Neill who uses her experience with classical composition, and as a Clairvoyant Reader and Energy Healer, to create mystical and visual landscapes with her musi

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Chicago, Rio and the Rockabilly Revival (4/15): With a voice that soars with gospel-infused fervor one moment, roaring with burning soul the next, Rio Scafone is at once rockabilly archangel and brimstone incarnate.

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Chicago, River North Beer Fest (4/8): Sample 25 beers at River North Beer Fest at Moe’s Cantina & Old Crow Smokehouse.

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Chicago, Rodney Crowell (3/25): Born in Houston in 1950, Rodney Crowell has released twenty albums in four decades, with five consecutive number-one hits, and has also worked widely as a songwriter and a producer. His honors include

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Chicago, Rozamov (3/29): ROZAMOV is a sludge metal band from Boston, Massachusetts. Utilizing hardcore, doom, and atmospheric elements, ROZAMOV create a sound reminiscent of the bleak power of Neurosis, Yob and Grief.

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Chicago, Rufus Wainwright (4/7): Affectionately referred to by Elton John as “the greatest songwriter on the planet” and praised by the New York Times for his “genuine originality,” Grammy nominee Rufus Wainwright has established him

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Chicago, Rufus Wainwright (4/6): Affectionately referred to by Elton John as “the greatest songwriter on the planet” and praised by the New York Times for his “genuine originality,” Grammy nominee Rufus Wainwright has established him

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Chicago, Saint Pé [Black Lips, Diamond Rugs] / Dan Rico (Tour kick-off) / Flesh Panthers (4/11): Guitarist and vocalist Ian Saint Pé needed a change. As he put it, “The only thing you can’t change is time, So it was time that changed me. I loved the Black Lips, but I needed to enjoy new environme

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Chicago, Sallie Ford (4/7): Plenty a future has been pondered in a French café, and so it was for Sallie Ford. During a tiring tour of Europe last winter Ford’s then-bandmate Jeff Munger mentioned he was ready for a break from t

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Chicago, San Fermin (4/12): San Fermin’s third studio album, Belong, marks a shift in songwriting perspective for bandleader Ellis Ludwig-Leone. “In the past I’d usually write through characters from books or movies, as a way to

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Chicago, Self-Defense and Bystander Intervention for Prevention of Identity-Based Violence (3/26): Think Yell Run Fight Tell to protect themselves or their allies from situations of disrespect, harassment, or violence that they face or witness others facing. Through discussion, interactive activit

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Chicago, Set It Off (3/31): Every day that you wake up, you have a choice. A choice of who you are, how you present yourself, and how you want to be remembered. And in the face of those daily choices – and ahead of the release o

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Chicago, Siamese (4/6): We are Siamese. We have released 3. albums, won awards, entered the national chart, despite danish radio detesting our shit, and touring the world. We sing about life and love, about deadly sins, abou

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Chicago, Slop Sink/ Human Errors/ The Psychodelics/ SuperSonicSpaceRebels (3/25): Come celebrate the release of Slop Sink's brand new cassette, "Slop Life!"

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Chicago, Small Group Spiritual Exploration Orentation Extended through 3/29/2017 (3/20 - 3/29): A small group study is an intentional gathering of usually not more than 12 people, who come together regularly to explore specific spiritual themes for seven weeks.

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Chicago, Standard 1K PPTQ (3/25): Want a chance to compete at the Pro Tour? Your first step is qualifying for the Regional Pro Tour Qualifier at our Preliminary Pro Tour Qualifier.

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Chicago, Strange Americans (4/7): It’s the kind of music that the Carhartt-wearing, hard-working, industrial beer-drinking, regular Americans would listen to — the ones who could end up on an episode of TV’s Dirty Jobs. It’s a little

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Chicago, Sun Stereo (3/25): Sun Stereo hails from Urbana, IL. After graduating with a Musical Theater Composition degree from University of Illinois, Kelly McMorris (music, lyrics, vocals, keys) has been writing music, performin

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Chicago, Sundressed (3/28): Life is all about transitions, the desire to get from who you are to who you want to be. Just like the people who comprise them, every band is on a journey to find an identity and become comfortable i

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Chicago, Sunsquabi (3/25): SunSquabi launched out of 2016 with HUGE momentum on their side. Unveiling their debut EP with All Good Records “Odyssey” to rave review. The EP features artists GRiZ and Dominic Lalli of Big Gigantic

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Chicago, Tale Of Us (4/7): Tale Of Us are Berlin-based DJ and production partnership Karm and Matteo who are currently re-writing the rulebook for deeply moving, emotional electronic music. Together they share a sonic vision th

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Chicago, Tattoo (10/21 - 4/30): Ritual. Identity. Obsession. Art. Tattoos have a storied and diverse past, with practices dating back at least 5,000 years.

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Chicago, Terravita (3/31): "Dominating the bass music scene for nearly a decade, Terravita has run the gamut when it comes to crowd-smashing, mind-melting electronic music. From the days of Drum & Bass to the era of contemporar

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Chicago, The 8th Annual Taste of the Gold Coast (4/5): A ticket to Taste of the Gold Coast includes samples from local restaurants and 2 drink tickets at Germania Place. Requires cocktail attire and age 21 ID.

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Chicago, The Art of Sensuality and Sexuality 2 (3/26): Due to the overwhelming response to our first event, our mistress of ceremony Ms. Denise Williams returns with more fun, incite, & exploration.

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Chicago, The Bismarck (4/6): The Bismarck is a rock band that plays rock music. Playing shows and making records is just part of the deal and they do these things, too. Referring to themselves in the third person is strictly a we

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Chicago, The Blind Staggers (4/7): The Blind Staggers: The Blind Staggers play the kind music that rattles around your brain at 4am after a long, lonely night at the bar. The Blind Staggers

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Chicago, The Funk Crusaders (4/8): The Funk Crusaders are an amazingly fun soul, funk, Motown, rock, rap, and pop cover band whose aim is to get people dancing! With over 10 years experience, the Funk Crusaders have a setlist that work

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Chicago, The Hip Abduction (3/25): Sometimes inspiration strikes from the immersion of living in a far away place. The view of the ocean. The sound of a rainforest at sunrise. The smell of an open-air market. The embrace of the wild hu

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Chicago, The Midwest Jewish Play Writing Contest 2017 (3/26): CAST YOUR VOTE FOR BEST JEWISH PLAY OF 2017: Continuum Theater partners with The Jewish Plays Project to bring the international Jewish Play Writing Contest to the Midwest.

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Chicago, The Molochs (4/3): First, let’s meet Moloch. You remember him, right? The ancient god, the child eater, the demander of sacrifice, the villain in Ginsberg’s Howl(and also real life) and now the personal antagonist of si

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Chicago, The New Orleans Suspects (4/14): New Orleans Suspects began playing together in 2009 as a pick-up band at the Maple Leaf in New Orleans. Comprised of some of the most seasoned, highly respected players in NOLA, the group called thems

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Chicago, The New Schematics (4/8): Nashville’s The New Schematics spent their first fifteen months as a band proving that the Born Without Borders Tour was indeed the right name for their tour that spanned 97 shows in 42 cities across

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Chicago, The Record Company (4/11): The Record Company write and play raw, sincere rock n' roll. Influenced by the rough honesty of their heroes--bluesmen like John Lee Hooker, early punk bands like The Stooges, and rock greats like The

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Chicago, The Right Now (4/14): There are only so many times you can take back that cheating lover or accept excuses from a lazy scrub. It’s easier said than done, but one soul band is taking a stand. The Right Now isn’t going to ta

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Chicago, The Shamrock Shuffle (3/31 - 4/2): billed as the world’s largest timed 8K race. It starts and ends in Grant Park and includes a post-race party.

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Chicago, The Slide Brothers (3/25): The Slide Brothers, standard bearers of the sacred steel tradition, have revitalized the sacred steel tradition in the modern era.

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Chicago, The Tall Girls (1/12 - 3/29): As Jean gets off the train in Poor Prairie, a dusty speck on the map during the Depression, she meets a handsome man holding a cloth bag that conceals a brand new basketball.

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Chicago, The World Is A Beautiful Place - Cobra Lounge - March 26th (3/26): Please come and join us on March 26th at Cobra Lounge. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Chicago, The Zombies (4/13): The second UK group following the Beatles to score a #1 hit in America, The Zombies infiltrated the airwaves with the sophisticated melodies, breathy vocals, choral back-up harmonies and jazzy keyboar

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Chicago, Thomas Mapfumo And The Blacks Unlimited (4/8): Thomas Tafirenyika “Mukanya” Mapfumo was born in Marondera, Zimbabwe in 1945. His early childhood moments, saw him tapping the knack and interest for traditional music and instruments (ngoma, hosho an

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Chicago, Tigernite (4/1): Tigernite is a hard hitting rock-and-roll creature hailing from Milwaukee, WI. Swaggering riffs and spitfire vocals shot Tigernite to the forefront of the city's music scene in 2013.

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Chicago, Timmy Trumpet (3/25): Timmy Trumpet – DJ, producer and live instrumentalist – is undoubtedly one of the most unique performers currently ranked in the DJ Mag Top 100. An award-winning, multi-platinum selling recording arti

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Chicago, Tiny Kingdoms (3/28): Tiny Kingdoms is a 4 piece indie-alt band from Villa Park, IL. Jake Newling (Drums), Nico Mirua (Guitar/Vocals), Nick Collis (Bass), and Ryan Mitchell (Guitar) make up Tiny Kingdoms.

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Chicago, Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding (3/23 - 3/1): Due to Popular Demand, Performances of Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding Have Been Extended Indefinitely

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Chicago, Tropical Wednesdays at La Taberna (3/24 - 4/30): We bring you a classy night of dancing Tropical Music with a great Salsa Class by Rico and then a live DJ playing the best Salsa, Bachata and Cumbia all night long! Dance with great drinks $5 Margarit

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Chicago, Tune Into TAC (3/22 - 3/26): A culminating showcase of the wonderful work the Teen Arts Council has put together. A fun show filled with an array of scenes and monoluges. Also featuring scenes from Caryl Churchill's Love and Info

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Chicago, Turbovamps (4/2): TurboVamps are a punk band from Chicago that draw from The Misfits, Rancid, Lower Class Brats, The Adicts and Black Flag to produce a unique blend of punk.

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Chicago, Vera Blue (3/25): Cutting her teeth as a folk artist in the small town of Forbes and adopted home of Sydney, Vera Blue found her feet first as a singer and then an acoustic guitarist. Now, she’s found her sound, mixing

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Chicago, Viviane Sassen: UMBRA (1/26 - 4/1): UMBRA is an exhibition consisting of photography and multimedia works by acclaimed fashion photographer Viviane Sassen (Dutch, b. 1972).

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Chicago, Vivid 2017 (3/30): CCPA’s Symphony Orchestra will be joined by the CCPA Conservatory Chorus and Chorale as well as students from the Jones College Prep choir program for this annual showcase event. Donations are encoura

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Chicago, Voodoo Glow Skulls (3/30): Voodoo Glow Skulls are a West Coast ska-punk septet from Riverside, California, US, establishing their unique sound in the early '90s, becoming part of the third wave of ska bands, alongside the likes

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Chicago, Vostell Concrete 1969–1973 (1/17 - 6/11): Leading Fluxus artist Wolf Vostell (1932–1998) used concrete as an actual material and artistic motif in a surprising number of ways in the late 1960s and early 1970s.

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Chicago, What of the Night? (1/8 - 11/12): The celebrated Cuban-American writer María Irene Fornés’s play, What of the Night?, is about sex, power, institutional failure, human frailty, betrayal, dreams and madness.

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Chicago, Wig Out! (4/14 - 4/23): Welcome to the underground drag scene, a place where many gay men create families for themselves. The legendary House of Lights is one such family.

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Chicago, Working in the White House: Breakfast Event (3/30): Michael Scudder's rich experiences as Legal Advisor to President George W. Bush and General Counsel of the National Security Council will provide an eye-opening, thought-provoking start to your day.

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Chicago, Xiu Xiu (3/31): Xiu Xiu (formed in 2002) is an American experimentally-inclined noise pop group led by the creative prowess of avant-garde musician Jamie Stewart – hailing from San Jose, California, U.S.

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Chicago, Yoga for Womens Rights: A Day of Donation Classes (3/25): Please come and join us on March 25th at Tula Yoga Studio. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Chicago, Zach Pietrini (3/25): Nominated two years running for Best Band in Milwaukee (2014-2015, 88Nine Radio Milwaukee), Zach Pietrini is rooted in brutally honest americana, and delivers instantly familiar tavern tunes.

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Chicago, Zumba Master Class with David Breitenbach (3/25): JOIN Zumba International Instructor Presenter from Germany - David Breitenbach David is an international Zumba sensation!

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Clinton, Adolescents, Alpacas & Art (3/27): Calling all kids four and up (along with your adult) ~ kick off your first day of spring break at the alpaca farm!

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Clinton, Cabernet And A Canvas (4/14): Please join us for a fun filled eventing of creating your own masterpiece on an alpaca farm. Lauren will lead us from start to finish. Bring your own refreshments and a snack to share if you like!

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Coal Valley, 90s Dance Party (3/25): We're at it again! Thanks to everyone who made it out to our last two dance parties -- now we're ready for round three! Bring your dancing shoes once again on March 25th, 8PM - 1AM.

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Cobden, Chris Jones and The Night Drivers (3/25): An evening of Award winning bluegrass with Chris Jones and The Night Drivers and their critically acclaimed new CD, Made to Move!

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Collinsville, Princess & Superhero Pancake Breakfast (3/25): Join us for an exciting morning full of fun for the whole family!! This event is FREE to the entire community!

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Countryside, 2017 West Suburban Coin Show and Collectible Expo (3/12 - 11/12): Chicago's Largest Monthly Show with over 10,000 square feet of floor space. With dealers from 5 Midwestern States.

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Decatur, Dream Tree by Paint Like ME! for St Jude at Casa Fuentes (3/28): Paint our creative "Dream Tree" with a rainbow/ombre sky that you design! (Don't worry, the basic tree shape is pre sketched). Lots of sparkle, too!

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Decatur, Infusion Presents: St. Valentinos Murder Theatre (3/25): Come and figure out whodunnit at the St. Valentinos Massacre! There will be two murders this evening, but we need help solving who and how!

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Decatur, Mauritius (Free theatrical performance) (3/29): Enjoy a free performance by Millikin University's School of Theatre and Dance in the intimate setting of the Madden Arts Center's 3rd floor

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Decatur, Penguin in the Park 5K (3/25): Penguin in the Park 5K Run/Walk will be celebrating its 12th anniversary on March 25, 2017!

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Decatur, Vietnam Era Veterans (1962 - 1975) Recognition (3/25): Please come and join us on March 25th at Decatur Civic Center. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Dekalb, Flint Eastwood (4/7): Flint Eastwood is the evolution of the creative side of Detroit-based multi-talented artist Jax Anderson. Flint Eastwood is what happens when friends and family gather in the forgotten spaces of an em

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Dekalb, Goose Doctor (4/8): Goose Doctor is an all original jam/rock/Americana/salty funk/, band based out of DeKalb Illinois. Featuring twin brothers Tom & Tim Stach on guitar and drums, Dan Holloway on bass, Goose Doctor crank

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Dekalb, J.j. & Dre (4/8): JJ & Dre initially formed in Chicago, IL as a trio in 2011 when the husband and wife duo of Justin and Andrea Dotoli met Jason Paradise at the city's legendary Vic Theater. The two guitarists quickly

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Dekalb, Jounce (4/6): Punk Infused Anthemic Rock Music Jounce is an East to West Coast band centered in Brooklyn, NY. An ever evolving post punk and 90's rock hybrid. A product of a well defined generation only re-imagine

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Dekalb, Michigander (4/7): Michigander has been the toil and passion of Jason Singer since 2013. It's being built in basements and churches and vans without mufflers. It's living on stages, floors, and in studios—sounding big a

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Des Plaines, Bow-WOW! & Alley Cat Bowling! (3/26): Bow-WOW & Alley Cat Bowling Sunday March 26th at 5:30pm at River Rand Bowl! A great way to help the animals and have some fun! Join us for bowling, pizza, dessert, games and raffles!

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Dixon, DIY Custom Coordinate Sign (3/25): This CUSTOM coordinate sign has been a HUGE hit at the shop! And we wanted to offer it one last time!

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East Peoria, Dog Days Family Event (3/25 - 4/1): Pets need to be up to date on all vaccines, pet and child friendly, and on a close leash at all times.Pet owners are responsible for their dog's behavior.

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East Peoria, Pearl B. Singleton Womens Retreat (3/23 - 3/25): Note the following details for our overflow hotel. Also, the retreat registration fee will remain $135. Registration forms were emailed last week and will also be available from your district presiden

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East Peoria, Suburbia (4/14 - 4/23): In the suburban town of Burnfield, a group of 20 year-olds get together one autumn night to welcome an old pal, now a star returning from a successful national tour with his rock band.

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Edwards, Kick Abuse at Kickapoo 5K (4/15): Join us for our 5th Annual Kick Abuse at Kickapoo 5K Trail Run and Fun Walk. 100% of the proceeds help fund medical and social services to abused and neglected children in central Illinois.

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Edwardsville, 5k For Achievement (4/15): Come and enjoy a great event and course! This is a run/ walk event so come out whether it’s your first 5K or you are trying to set that Personal Record! The Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (

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Edwardsville, Alpha Phi Omega Night at Edisons (3/29): On Wednesday March 29 the Alpha Phi Omega chapter at SIUE is hosting a Edison's Night Fundraiser Event at the Edison's Entertainment Complex in Edwardsville from 5-10pm.

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Elburn, Reiki Share Potluck (3/26): A Reiki Share, sometimes called a Reiki Circle, is simply a gathering of Reiki practitioners who congregate for a combination social/healing session.

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Elgin, Bach Unhinged (3/28): The six Bach Suites for Unaccompanied Cello are some of the most ingenious and well-loved pieces in the entire classical repertoire.

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Elgin, Inside the Music with Andrew Grams (3/31): Inside the Music with Andrew Grams are lively, 90 minute in-depth explorations of masterworks using visuals and musical excerpts to explain the history and form of the piece.

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Elgin, Natural Egg Dyeing (4/15): Come to the Elgin Public Museum for a GREAT Easter experience: Natural Egg Dyeing! We use many different natural dyes like onion skins, turmeric, berries and much more.

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Elgin, Rachmaninoff & Brahms (4/1 - 4/2): ESO audience favorite, pianist Natasha Paremski, returns to perform Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 3.

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Elk Grove Village, Egg Shell Shuffle (4/15): Join us in our Egg Shell Shuffle Half Marathon, 5k Run/Walk and EGG HUNT! Each entry includes your choice of a RACE T-SHIRT OR RACE SHORTS! RACE SHIRTS AND SHORTS ARE ONLY GUARANTEED

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Elmhurst, Doggie EGGstravaganza (4/15): Prizes will be awarded for best doggie costume, so make sure to dress for the occasion. The Doggie EGGstravaganza follows the Egg Hunt in Wilder Park at 10 a.m. Both are free of charge and no pre-regi

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Elmhurst, Egg Hunt in Wilder Park (4/15): The egg hunt will be followed by our Doggie Eggstravaganza at 10:30 a.m., when the fun goes to the dogs. Prizes will be awarded for best doggie costume, so make sure to dress for the occasion. The Eg

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Elmhurst, Flashlight Egg Hunt in Wilder Park (4/13): Join us for the teens only Flashlight Egg Hunt in Wilder Park. Join your friends in the frenzy as you search for prize eggs filled with candy, gift certificates and other great prizes. This event is f

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Evanston, Animal Years (4/5): Brooklyn’s Animal Years are poised to take the indie rock world by storm. Fresh off a national spring/summer 2106 tour that included a sold-out stop at New York City's famed Gramercy Theatre, the band

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Evanston, Anytime/Anywhere: The Second Annual Improv Series (3/24 - 4/16): This year, we expand our annual month-long improvisation series to include storytelling nights where novice and experienced practitioners can explore solo performance.

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Evanston, Bearden’s Odyssey: Poets Respond to the Art of Romare Bearden (3/31): Join award-winning editors and contributors Kwame Dawes, Matthew Shenoda, Chris Abani for a reading and discussion of Romare Bearden’s power and influence in the contemporary artistic world.

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Evanston, Evanston Winter Farmers Market (1/7 - 4/29): The Evanston Ecology Center's Indoor Winter Farmers’ Market is held from 8 a.m. to noon every Saturday, December 3, 2016 through April 29, 2017, except for December 24 and 31.

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Evanston, Far Away by Caryl Churchill (4/11): In FAR AWAY, we're given a glimpse into a world at war. Children fight against Korea, the weather is allied with the Japanese and rivers attack those who try to cross them.

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Evanston, Go Dog Go! (4/14 - 4/23): P.D. Eastman’s delightful children’s book comes to new life on stage in a musical exploration of movement, color and space.

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Evanston, Paths of Passion (4/9): The final concert in our 2016-17 Love series explores the infinite diversity of love in all its forms.

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Evansville, Destination: Discovery - Spring Break Day Camp (3/27 - 3/31): At Destination Discovery, campers will spend Spring Break exploring Evansville’s most premier day camp destinations: Angel Mounds State Historic Site; and more!

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Evergreen Park, March4Meg 5k Run & Walk (3/25): For the 5th consecutive year, the southside's beautiful Evergreen Park Community will play host to The March4Meg 5k Run and Walk: Step up to Stop Melanoma. We invite you, with your family and friends,

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Frankfort, Comedians Brian Hicks & Chris Barnes (3/25): Brian Hicks is one of the country's most sought-after stand-up comics. He has taken the comedy world by storm with his insightful views on what people find funny.

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Freeport, Applebees Flapjack Fundraiser (3/25): Please join us for breakfast at Applebee's on Saturday, March 25th from 8 am to 10 am. We are selling tickets at the facility, and they can also be purchased at the door the day of the event.

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Freeport, Lost Karma at Rosatis (3/25): Come join us for a night of great live music and great food!!

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Galena, 2017 Galena Winter Farmers Market (1/11 - 4/12): There will be winter produce, fresh eggs, garlic, potatoes, beef, lamb, honey, jams and jellies, baked goods, knit wear, jewelry, soaps, and other handmade items.

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Geneseo, PASTA for PAWS (3/25): Dinner includes: Spaghetti or Alfredo, tossed salad, breadstick, dessert & drink! Pasta provided by L&J Hometown Market and desserts by Sweet Boys Cupcakery!

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Glen Ellyn, Bridal Expo Chicago at the Abbington Banquets in Glen Ellyn (3/26): Bridal Expo Chicago's luxury events allow you and your entire bridal party to sample wedding cake, hear music, meet photographers, talk to wedding vendors face-to-face, sit in a limo...

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Glenwood, Easter Egg Hunt (4/15): THE EASTER BUNNY WILL BE HIDING 3 GLITTER EASTER EGGS. ONE CHILD FROM EACH AGE GROUP WILL WIN A SPECIAL PRIZE. Please be on time as eggs are limited. Come and meet the Easter Bunny and enjoy delicious

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Grayslake, Festival Of Arts and Crafts (4/1 - 4/2): 250 Booths of quality handmade items for sale. Exhibitors from 8 states selling yard art, floral, home decor, metal art, ceramics, photography, watercolors, specialty foods, wearable art and much more

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Gurnee, Derrick Suede Stout Live at Primo on Sat, March 25th at 8pm (3/25): You never know who may stop by when Derrick's around. Suede has produced more than 100 albums, TV & radio commercials, music for major motion pictures, and thousands of additional sessions.

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Gurnee, Key Lime Cove Spring Break Shopping Event (3/25): Over 20 crafters and vendors to shop with

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Harrisburg, NHCA Open House (3/30): Join us for an evening of food, fun, books and school family. This is your chance to tour the school, meet the teachers and principal, and learn about our curriculum.

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Harrisburg, Teddy Bear Care Fair (3/25): Children and their families are invited to bring their favorite teddy bear or other stuffed animal to HMC for a mock hospital experience.

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Harvard, Friends and Family Sunday! (3/26): Hey friends and family! Do you like tacos or nachos? Well you're invited to be a special guest at Solid Rock for our Friends and Family Sunday!

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Highland Park, Off The Record Spring Fling Party at The Shed! (3/25): Saturday March 25th we will be rocking The Shed in Highland Park!! Bring your friends & celebrate the beginning of Spring!!

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Hoffman Estates, Monster Truck Nationals (3/25 - 3/26): Unleash the full-throated roar of heavy horsepower when they launch into action. These all-American icons of motorized muscle have become heroes to generations of fans as they break free of the rules

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Hoffman Estates, Quarterly Workout (3/26): ODKMAA / USKF ITF Quarterly Workout. Will focus on the ITF patterns, kicking / punching drills / step-sparring and sparring. We may have a chance to work on Samba as well.

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Hoffman Estates, Sesame Street Live - Elmo Makes Music (4/8 - 4/9): Music teacher's instruments go missing, Elmo, Abby Cadabby, Big Bird, and more come to the rescue and discover instruments they never knew existed. Children learn that everyone can make and enjoy beau

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Hoffman Estates, TobyMac Hits Deep Tour (3/30): His Hits Deep Tour will be coming to the Sears Centre Arena! The seven-time GRAMMY winner brings a diverse line-up for this year's tour including Matt Maher, Mandisa, Mac Powell from Third Day, Capita

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Ingraham, 2017 Open House & Customer Appreciation (3/25): Kuhl's Trailer Sales Annual Open House & Customer Apperciation Day: March 25, 2017 from 9am - 4pm

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Itasca, PiYo and a Pint (3/26): Join Wood Dale Piyo and Spin certified instructors for a 45 minute PiYo session at the Church Street Brewing Company followed by a pint of beer.

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Johnsburg, LuLaRoe Palooza (3/26): Please Join The Amazing LuLaRoe Team Petals & Friends to shop 16 Amazing Fashion Consultants and Their Fantastic Inventories!

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Johnston City, Trivia Night (3/26): March 26th from 5-8 PM, Reset Student Ministry will be hosting a Trivia Night to help raise money for Centrifuge ( a summer camp)! A table consists of eight people.

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Joliet, HOPE Benefit for Gavin (3/25): Please join us in SUPPORT of young Gavin and his fight against this horrible condition!! Door admission is $20 per adult and kids are free. Dinner, great LIVE music and fun for ALL!!

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Joliet, LEGO MANIA at the Joliet Museum (4/2): Lego Mania Event - Sunday, April 2nd from 11am - 5pm at the Joliet Area Historical Museum

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Kewanee, The Boiler Room (Kewanee) (3/25): OK KEWANEE! It's been more than six years. You remember all of the epic parties we had back in the day! It's time to do it all over again in a big way!

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Lawrenceville, 2017 Southern Illinois Spring Classic (3/25): Join us in our 2017 Southern Illinois Spring Classic. Each 5K and Half Marathon participant will be entered into a drawing for a $500 cash prize*! Kids Shopping Day of Lawrence County

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Libertyville, Daytona Party! (3/25): We are bringing Daytona to YOU! On Saturday the 25th, starting at 1:00, come indulge in $1 beers, Patchn Dan, free food (until gone), bikes, body painted gals, and more!

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Libertyville, The Gooroos (4/8): High powered current radio super hits from: The Weekend, DNCE, Justin Timberlake, Bruno Mars, Maroon 5, One Republic, Keith Urban and so much more!

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Lisle, Breakfast with the Bunny (4/14 - 4/15): Enjoy Breakfast with the Bunny on Friday and Saturday, or a fine Easter Brunch buffet on Sunday at Morton Arboretum in Lisle.

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Lockport, Taft Foundation Craft & Vendor Fair (4/8): Join us for a day of shopping at Taft School in Lockport. Over 40 crafters and vendors will be there. Start your Easter or Mother's Day shopping with us.

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Lombard, DuPage County Home & Garden Show (3/25 - 3/26): Find the ultimate in savings and convenience and find inspiration for their upcoming projects highlighting the latest home improvement products and services for the freshest ideas in remodeling, repai

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Manteno, Ebony Stone Live (3/25): Join us for an evening of Live Music! Ebony Stone will be bringing the good vibes! They will be bringing the Vintage Rock and Funky Jams, so break out your dancing shoes and lets get down!

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Marion, Bunny Run 5k (4/8): Second Baptist Church Bunny Run 5k will benefit The Promise Mission for Marion's homeless. Events include 5k and a Kid's 1-mile Fun Run/Walk. Participants can wear bunny ears and pastel colors

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Marion, Howl At The Moon Dueling Pianos (3/25): You don't want to miss this one, we are bringing big city entertainment to Southern Illinois!

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Marshall, Spring Fling Vendor Show (3/25): Come out for some one stop shopping! Vendors will be set up from 9 am - 1 pm in Harlan Hall. (Vendor information will be out in January 2017)

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Mokena, 9th Annual MEN WHO COOK (3/25): A fun and casual event featuring local men preparing bite-sized samples of their favorite dishes for public judging, to support the Will County Children's Advocacy Center.

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Mokena, Spring Break Jump Fest (3/30): Join us March 30th for a day filled with tons of bouncing & fun!

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Monticello, My favorite Verse (3/29): Bring a snack, your favorite beverage and come unwind as we guide you through the step by step process of this design! No experience is necessary.

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Mount Vernon, Helping Hands Craft Bazaar & Lunch (3/25): Buy handmade crafts and baked goods for a cause at the Helping Hands Craft Bazaar & Lunch!

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Naperville, Cadillac Casanovas (3/25): Performing a wide variety of 1950's Rock & Roll and Rockabilly, the Cadillac Casanovas pull out all of the classic tunes from the decade that dominated juke boxes around the globe while still leaving

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Naperville, Holi -The Festival Of Colors (4/8): Buy brightly colored organic flour for $2 to throw at friends and foes and hear music to celebrate Holi and mark the arrival of spring at the Grand Pavilion in Naperville.

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Naperville, Holi -The Festival Of Colors (4/8): "Holi - The Festival of colors"announces the passing of winter and arrival of spring. It welcomes the spring and celebrates the new energy of the season, festival that breathes joyful atmosphere of so

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Naperville, Mellencougar (4/8): Mellencougar is made up of a group of musicians from the Illinois/Wisconsin scene. Our appreciation of the music of Heartland U.S.A. and specifically John Cougar Mellencamp helped to create our band a

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Naperville, More Than A Letter (3/25): How do you define yourself? How do others define you? Self-identity is deeply personal and ever-evolving.

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Naperville, Tiny Great Performances™ (4/8): Salt Creek Ballet performs excerpts inspired by Alice in Wonderland. The performance will be approximately 15 minutes. After children will be invited on stage to learn a dance routine and take photos

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Normal, March 2017 Public Observing Session (3/25): Orion is a prominent constellation located on the celestial equator and visible throughout the world. It is one of the most conspicuous and recognizable constellations in the night sky.

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North Aurora, Pastry-Brest-Pastry 2017 (3/26): Come out and start your season off right. Ride starts and ends from Pedal & Spoke bike shop. 60 miles of self-supported mixed terrain (60%+ unpaved) with multiple checkpoints stocked with donuts.

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Oak Brook, All That Jazz (4/6): Spend an evening in beautiful Mayslake Peabody Mansion listening to jazz performed by selected ESO musicians. Expect the unexpected!

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Oak Park, Food as Medicine (4/6): The power of YOU as Medicine and Carol D'Anca, MS, LDN, board certified nutritionist and bestselling author as she presents practical steps for implementing the power of nutrition right in your own ki

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Oak Park, Recurring Events At Wonder Works Childrens Museum in March (3/1 - 3/31): Recutting Events in March at Wonder Works Children's Museum

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Oak Park, Super Hero Week (3/27 - 3/31): Wonder Works is hosting its 3rd annual Super Hero Week.

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Oregon, 67th Annual Oregon IL Antique Show (3/25 - 3/26): Featuring over 50 dealers from the mid-west exhibiting antiques from early 1800's thru mid-1950's. Mark your calendar for March 25th & 26th, 2017

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Oswego, Taco Tuesday Ride (3/28): We meet every other week on Tuesday for two reasons. To ride bikes and eat delicious tacos. We will leave the shop at 7pm.

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Ottawa, Euchre Tournament (3/26): Please come and join us on March 26th at OTTAWA BOAT CLUB. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Ottawa, I AM Worthy! (3/25): Join Joy Lucinda Klein and Leslee Serdar for some FUN exploration within, LAUGHTER and FUN!

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Ozark, Ondessonk Tack Swap (3/25): Camp Ondessonk will be hosting the 1st annual Ondessonk Tack Swap Saturday March 25, 2017. The event is free and open to the public.

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Palatine, CrossFit Pally 2 Year Anniversary Party (3/25): Come celebrate two amazing years with us! We will have the upstairs reserved and will provide appitizers.

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Palatine, Dave Hause and The Mermaid (4/10): For Dave Hause the American dream is a broken promise, a childhood ideal that has been shattered by the reality of the past two decades. On the musician’s second solo album, Devour, Hause scours the f

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Palatine, The Bronx (4/10): Long-standing hardcore-punks, The Bronx, hail from Los Angeles, California, US, still held in high regard in the American punk scene after over ten years in the game.

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Palatine, Toonsquad (Cartoon Cover Band) at Durty Nellies (3/25): Toon Squad: A cartoon cover band that rocks out your favorite songs from animated movies and TV shows!

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Palos Heights, An Afternoon of Rodgers & Hammerstein (3/26): Join us for many of the best-loved Rodgers & Hammerstein classics from Carousel, The King and I, The Sound of Music, Oklahoma! and others arranged for solo and chorus.

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Palos Heights, Volunteer Workday (3/25): Help us clear buckthorn from the west side of the lake. Meet at the Nature Center at 8.45am or take a stroll around the lake until you spot our hard-working crew.

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Pekin, Vikings: Clan Wars (3/25): Choose your clan (Clan Lothbrok or Clan Haraldson) and battle it out to the finish @ Pekin Paintball Park on March 25th!! Doors open 8am and games start @ 10am.

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Peoria, CWTC Bowl-A-Thon (3/25): CWTC is proud to announce our annual "CWTC Bowl-A-Thon" fundraiser at Landmark Recreation Center in Peoria. It is scheduled for Saturday, March 25th from 9:00AM to 12:00PM.

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Peoria, Genome: Unlocking Lifes Code Exhibition (4/1 - 5/29): Genome: Unlocking Life’s Code is an immersive, high-tech exhibit that captures the revolutionary nature of genomic science.

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Peoria, Idle Lives (3/28): Idle Lives is a post hardcore band from New England. After signing to Third String Records, their debut EP, "Thoughts In Your Head" was released August 19, 2016. While the album focuses on facing ment

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Peoria, Interplanetary 5K Race (3/25): Run the Planets! Interplanetary 5K Race + 1 Mile Fitness Walk and 1/2 Mile Kids' Fun Run Saturday, March 25, 2017

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Peoria, Marchtoberfest! (3/26): Why wait until the fall to enjoy a German Oktoberfest? You are invited to attend our one of a kind Marchtoberfest on Sunday, March 26th - Noon to 6 pm at the Lindenhof, 7601 N. Harker Drive, Peoria,

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Peoria, Matthew W Charles (3/31): After counting the miles on his odometer, it is clear that Matthew William Charles is a legitimate punk troubadour. For Matt, each mile recorded becomes another opportunity to share an extensive and i

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Peoria, Microsculpture: The Insect Portraits of Levon Biss (4/1 - 5/29): Experience insects up-close, like you’ve never seen them before! Visitors can peruse sixteen cases of specimens from the museum’s collection of more than 8,000 insects and arachnids.

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Peoria, People Power: Democracy & Community Engagement (3/25): People Power: Democracy & Community Engagement will give community members the confidence and tools they need to take an active role in their democracy.

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Peoria, Polka Time with Eddie Korosa Dinner Dance! (4/1): Grammy nominee Eddie Korosa, Jr. returns to the Peoria area for one night only on Saturday, April 1st at the Lindenhof.

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Peoria, Seasonal Mens Wear (4/7): City girl by birth, but country girl by blood, Brooke Eden brings you a fusion of country, rock, and blue-eyed soul. Although she was born in the city, she was raised on country music and black-eyed p

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Peoria, Self-Defense Classes for Women (3/25): In this 2hr Self-Defense class you will learn the basics of situational awareness, how to block and throw strikes, the basics of releasing grabs, and much more.

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Peoria, Terrific Tuba! (4/12): The new family Musical Discovery series is one of the Peoria Symphony’s Educational programs designed for children. The presentation includes narration and demonstration of an instrument followed by a

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Peru, Photography Basics (3/26): Take your photography to the next level with this 6 hour hands on intensive course designed to help you learn to shoot in manual mode.

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Princeton, Sauk Trail Gun Show (3/25 - 3/26): This Princeton gun show is held at Bureau County Fairgrounds and hosted by Sauk Trail Gun Collectors. All federal, state and local firearm ordinances and laws must be obeyed.

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Rochelle, CSC Safety Day (3/26): Our annual event to get your mind ready for the jumping season.

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Rock Falls, Spring Bingo (3/25): Join us 3/25 at the Rock Falls American Legion. Doors open at 11am and games start at 1pm. Advance tickets are NOT required, but they do provide reserved seating in prime locations.

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Rock Island, Standing Before Us (3/25): $10 donation (suggested) at the door. Join us for a journey through Women's music: our past, present, and future. The women who came before us, angry, gentle, and wise.

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Rockford, Annie (3/26): Leapin’ Lizards! The world’s best-loved musical returns in time-honored form. This production of ANNIE will be a brand new incarnation of the iconic original.

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Rockford, Burpee Explorers – Wild Things Breathing (4/8): Wild Things Breathing: We breathe the same air today as did the dinosaurs. What were the lungs like of such giant animals? How could they have gained enough air to move?

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Rockford, Community Easter Celebration (4/16): Children's Activities for All Ages-Easter Eggs-Cotton Candy Meet your Favorite Super Hero-Easter Bunny-Enjoy Magic Show

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Rockford, Daddy and Me Self Defense (3/25): Family is important. I think we all can agree on that. In my 16 years of experience in Mixed Martial Arts there has been a constant support in my corner, that has been my dad.

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Rockford, Dancing with the Dinos (4/8): Enjoy an evening of dancing, exhibits, games, exploration, special activities and science glamour at Burpee Museum of Natural History.

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Rockford, Egg Artistry Show and Sale (3/25 - 3/26): Marvel at this centuries old art form at the 24th annual Egg Artistry Show and Sale!

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Rockford, Forever in our Hearts Annual Benefit (3/25): Please join us for our Forever in our Hearts, Annual Auction Benefit, Saturday, March 25th at the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center Rockford, 200 S Bell School Rd, Rockford, IL 61108.

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Rockford, GLRC Spring Conference (3/24 - 3/26): The Blue Knights® International Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club, is a non-profit fraternal organization consisting of active and retired law enforcement officers who enjoy riding motorcycles.

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Rockford, I Hear a Symphony Motown’s Greatest Hits! (4/1): You’ll want this show to go All Night Long as you celebrate the billboard hits of Motown with the Rockford Symphony Orchestra!

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Rockford, Mad City Bridal Expo (4/2): Mad City Bridal Expo helps brides / grooms plan their wedding & receptions all in one day!

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Rockford, MELTFEST 5K - Hammy Hustle (3/25): We're excited to announce that the 4th annual MELTFEST 5K. For 2017 we are partnering with the Rockford IceHogs to make this year's theme the "Hammy Hustle."

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Rockford, Nano Day (3/25): Did you know that singing greeting cards, no-stain fabric, touch screens and mood rings each owe their remarkable abilities to nanotechnology?

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Rockford, Pastor R. G. Alexanders 4th Pastoral Anniversary (3/26): Pastor Ronald & Ishelia Alexander's 4th Pastoral Anniversary at Hope Fellowship Church of Rockford.

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Rockford, Snow Whites Not So Poisonous Apple Party (3/25): Please come and join us on March 25th at Riverfront Museum Park. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Rockford, Speakeasy Murder Mystery (4/8): Dust off your flapper dress, zoot suits and Tommy guns and get ready for your Roaring Twenties Murder Mystery Party!

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Rockford, Spring into Science (3/27 - 3/31): Keep your brain engaged over spring break with fun creative activities and live science demonstrations. Play with numbers, explore colors, and turn everything into art!

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Rockford, Trolls Glow In The Dark Dance Party (3/25): Find your happiness by joining us for an amazing event filled with music, dancing, games, activities, art projects, and dinner.

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Rockton, OSD KickOff Party (3/30): Come help us kick off #OSD2017 season with a live remote with Q98.5, Prizes, give-aways, concert tickets, passes & Meet & Greets!

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Roselle, Bow Wow Bowl-a-thon (3/26): Join Chicagoland Dog Rescue and bowl 3 games and join in some wondful raffle fun!

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Rosemont, Chicago Salsa & Bachata Festival (3/24 - 3/27): After an amazing first year, Touch Events returns to Chicago with one of the Midwest's top Latin Dance events. THE Chicago Salsa & Bachata Festival 2017, also known as CSBF 2017!!!!

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Rosemont, Fan Fest Chicago (3/25 - 3/26): We’re bringing TWO incredible events to your city for the price of ONE! Spend the entire weekend with your favorite Walker Stalker guests, or head across our newly expanded venue to meet cast members

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Rosemont, Hollywood Show Chicago (3/24 - 3/26): Chicago, we are back! The Hollywood Show pop culture convention is taking place March 24-26th in Chicago, IL. Go to www.hollywoodshow.com for a full list of celebrity attendees and to purchase advance

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Rosemont, Quilt Festival Chicago (4/6 - 4/8): Shop for quilts and take mini-classes at International Quilt Festival in Rosemont convention center.

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Rosemont, Real Estate Wealth Expo - Tony Robbins Live (4/2): Tony has empowered more than 50 million people from 100 countries through his audio, video and life training programs. We’ve got an all-star celebrity lineup LIVE to give you their secrets on making m

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Rosemont, The Prince Experience at Joes Live! (3/25): The nations top Prince tribute band makes it's debut at Joe's Live! Come on out for a night of purple music spanning the career of our hero Prince! Wear something purple and come get funky!

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Rosemont, The Vampire Diaries Official Convention 2017 (3/31 - 4/2): Vampire Diaries and The Originals! Headlined by the Salvatore brothers themselves, Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley! Don't miss the celebrity guests, parties, panels, contest, photo and autograph oppor

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Saint Anne, Wrangler Round-Up (3/26): Join us for a Taste of the West at our Wrangler Round-Up There will be Jumping Competition, Therapeutic Riding Demo...

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Saint Charles, Chicagoland Antique Advertising, Slot Machine & Jukebox Show (4/8 - 4/9): The Chicagoland Antique Advertising, Slot-Machine & Jukebox Show is the largest show of its type in the world!

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Salem, Build The Legion Strong 5k (4/1): Join us in our Build The Legion Strong 5k. Race for Salem American Legion to help with the expenses and maintenance of the building they recently purchased, formerly The Depot, for their new home.

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Schaumburg, Adults Only Flashlight Egg Hunt (3/25): Celebrate your inner child with an adult egg hunt! Activities include a trivia competition, prizes and a super fun egg hunt through the racquetball and tennis courts of Schaumburg Tennis Plus.

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Schaumburg, Kids Expo 2017 Extravaganza (3/31 - 4/2): The Kids Expo features family-oriented vendors plus children’s activities (some ticketed) at Schaumburg Convention Center. Discount tickets.

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Schaumburg, P3 FUN Day Out to Orbit Skating Center! (3/25): Join us at orbit Skate Center in Palatine IL for an afternoon of awesome fun rollerskating!

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Schaumburg, Veilside (3/25): Please come and join us on March 25th at M T Barrels. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Shorewood, Sit, Stay, Paint-for Pups (3/26): Come on out for a great time of painting, food, and raffles. This event is always a great time . We will be painting on a wood plank (oversized) approximate size 12 x 18. Cost of event is $40.

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Skokie, AYC Approved with Gene Ha (3/26): This will be the first meeting of Aw Yeah Comics Approved, a monthly graphic novel discussion group hosted here at Aw Yeah Comics.

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Skokie, Charlotte’s Web (4/7): Theatreworks’ production of Charlotte’s Web is based on E.B. White’s loving story of the friendship between a pig named Wilbur and a little gray spider named Charlotte.

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Skokie, Glorious Chorus—Bach & Vivaldi (3/26): The chorus Opera News Magazine calls "one of Chicago's musical glories" sings an evening of beautiful, rarely performed works. Discover music rich with glowing color, driving energy, and a unique abil

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Skokie, Music of the Baroque (3/26): The chorus Opera News Magazine calls “one of Chicago’s musical glories” takes center stage for an evening of beautiful sacred music under the baton of William Jon Gray.

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Skokie, Teen Theater: 13 (3/18 - 3/26): Musical about discovering that "cool" is sometimes where we least expect it. Original Broadway Production Produced by Bob Boyett, Roger Berlind, Tim Levy, Ken Davenport, Ted Hartley, Stacey Mindich, J

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South Elgin, Brian Castillo at Riverside II: The Return of Me (3/25): So, at this time, I'd like to invite you all to join me, once again, for a night of music, food, drinks, and fun :)

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Springfield, An Evening of Magic (4/8): The International Brotherhood of Magicians Ring 239 presents "An Evening of Magic". This is a show for the entire family, presented by top magicians from across the U.S.

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Springfield, Brit Floyd (3/26): The hotly anticipated rock event of the year returns, as Brit Floyd brings the music of Pink Floyd to life once again with its lavish new stage show, Immersion World Tour 2017.

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Springfield, Brit Floyd The Worlds Greatest Pink Floyd Show (3/26): The hotly anticipated rock event of the year returns, as Brit Floyd brings the music of Pink Floyd to life once again with its lavish new stage show, Immersion World Tour 2017.

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Springfield, GlowGolf Night to benefit Relay for Life of Sangamon/Menard (3/25): $25 admission gets you a fun filled evening, 4 hours of glowing golf and silent auction all to help fight cancer!

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Springfield, Historical Fiction: A Comedy (3/24 - 3/25): Set backstage at a local production of the life of Abraham Lincoln, Historical Fiction showcases the ups and downs that come with community theater. The director, Mitch, does everything she can to kee

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Springfield, Introduction to Bee Keeping (2/23 - 3/30): Explore the fascinating world of honey bees and the steps to becoming a beekeeper at “Introduction to Bee Keeping”.

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Springfield, Kids Jumping for Autism Festival. (3/25): Let your kids run wild and burn off some extra steam as they work their way through our inflatable obstacle courses. This event will feature the Ninja Warrior!

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Springfield, Magic Awaits… Faerie Tale: A Royal Wedding (4/1 - 4/2): Snow White, Cinderella and their Princes are traveling through the woods on a magical night.

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Springfield, Nights in the Gardens of Spain (4/8): Our spring of musical voyages continues, with works inspired by two magical countries on the Mediterranean Sea – Spain and Greece.

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Springfield, Outside Mullingar (4/6 - 4/9): HCFTA presents "Outside Mullingar"! It’s never too late to find true love!

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Springfield, Rodgers + Hammersteins Cinderella (4/4): Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella is the Tony Award®-winning Broadway musical from the creators of The Sound of Music and South Pacific.

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Springfield, The Loops at The Base (3/25): The Loops return from a brief hiatus to West Maple Avenue. This time it's Third Base, a quant, cool little club that has been tearing up the local and regional music scene. We likes that.

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Streator, Cougar Bait brings in Spring with some Rock! (3/25): No Cover! Cougar Bait makes their return to Boxseats. Come bring in Spring with some Rock & Roll!

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Sullivan, Shear Madness : This unique comedy-whodunit takes place in the Shear Madness hairstyling salon and is chock full of up-to-the-minute spontaneous humor.

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Taylorville, All Rare Draft (3/25): We are having a All Rare Draft on Saturday March 25th. The entry fee is $40 and start time is Noon.

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Tinley Park, Create a Custom Healing Wand! (3/26): Join us saturday to meet Ra and Sonya and browse their entire collection of wand creations and stay for a FREE talk & demonstration at 1 and 5pm!

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Tinley Park, Tinley Park Brew & Vine Festival (4/1): Tinley Park Brew & Vine Festival features breweries, vintners, restaurants, and live entertainment at Tinley Park Convention Center.

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Tremont, Opening for Corey Feldman & His Angels (3/25): Please come and join us on March 25th at Diesel Dick's Pub & Grub. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Tremont, The Great Affairs (3/25): Over the course of several releases: 2009's 'The Great Affairs', 2010's 'Ricky took the wheels..', 2011's 'Happy Ender', and 2013's '4', The Great Affairs have undergone a not-so-subtle transformation

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Urbana, Essential Oils 101 (3/25): I'll walk you through step by step and give easy, simple, and affordable tactics anyone can do with the best essential oils on the planet.

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Waterloo, GLOW (Great Ladies of Waterloo) Business Networking April Meeting (4/6): Next GLOW (Great Ladies of Waterloo) Meeting is scheduled, April 6th @ 12 at Waterloo Country Club. Buffet is $15. Please RSVP on the website at http://www.waterlooglow.com/tc-events/april-lunch-meeti

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Watseka, Brave Warriors Foundations Paint Your Path (4/15): The Brave Warriors Foundation was established to honor my late husband, Brent McTaggart by providing the necessities needed for students to participate in athletics, help students with testing costs,

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Wauconda, Wild Game Dinner (3/25): Please come and join us on March 25th at American Legion Post 911. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Wauconda, WIne & Cheese Pairing w/ Legacy 1878 (3/29): Time for another wine and cheese pairing w/ our friends at Legacy 1878. We keep finding new and fun pairings and we promise this month will be no different!

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Waukegan, Expose (4/1): Take three stunning women with great voices, turn them loose on a batch of captivating tunes and you have one talented and sexy act … Gioia Bruno, Ann Curless and Jeanette Jurado, better known as Expo

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Waukegan, Human Condition, the Richard Harris Collection (3/23 - 6/1): All living things have one thing in common: mortality. “Human Condition”, curated from the Richard Harris Art Collection, explores how different backgrounds, cultures and religions cope with death.

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Waukegan, Taylor Dayne (4/1): Taylor Dayne is a singer-songwriter hailing from Baldwin, New York, United States who was born on the 7th of March, 1962. Since making her solo debut in 1985, she has released five studio albums and i

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Waukegan, The Association (3/25): The Association has also received RIAA certifications for 6 gold and 3 platinum records. Their album, THE ASSOCIATION GREATEST HITS (Warner Brothers) is now double platinum and continues to be one of

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Waukegan, WAGS 4th Annual Spa Day (3/25): Come pamper yourself at our 4th Annual Spa Day. Proceeds to benefit the animals of Waukegan. Stylists will be splitting proceeds from each service rendered and WAGS will receive 50% from each service.

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Wheaton, Babywearing 101 (3/25): A Baby Naturally presents a class taught by trained Babywearing Educators from the Center for Babywearing Studies!

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Wheaton, Great Midwest Train Show (2/12 - 12/10): The Great Midwest Train Show is the world's largest monthly train show with an average of 180 exhibitors at each show featuring trains of all scales and gauges.

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Wilmington, 5th Annual Tea Fundraiser (3/25): The Work Trip Mission team will be hosting the 5th Annual Tea to support their summer trip to Henderson Settlement, Frakes, Kentucky. the Tea will be held on Saturday, March 25th, from 1:30 to 4 pm.

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Wood Dale, Sons Of Amerigan Candlelight Bowl for the Homeless Veterans (3/25): Please come and join us on March 25th at Wood Dale Bowl. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Wood River, Late 4 Work (3/25): Come Join the fun and excitement with #Late4Workstl at #Chicosbar #Chicosbarandgrill in #WoodRiver #Illinois

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Woodridge, Angelica 2017: Dancing With Our Local Stars (4/1): Guardian Angel Community Services (GACS) is proud to announce our 11th Annual Gala & Fundraiser: Angelica: Dancing With Our Local Stars, to be held on Saturday, April 1st 2017 at Bobak’s Signature Eve

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Woodridge, NWIs Rocky Horror Takes Over Hollywood Blvd Cinema (3/25): The Art Theatre is still undergoing renovations, so our friends, Completely Crazy, at the Hollywood Blvd Cinema in Woodridge, IL has invited us to perform at their theatre!

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Woodstock, Mc Henry County Gun Show (4/2): buy, sell , trade firearms and other items

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Yorkville, Daren Friesen Guest Teacher (3/25): You are invited to join Sense of Samadhi as we welcome Daren Friesen as our guest teacher on March 25th.

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