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Articles By: Jason Shough
The Windy City churns out great artists at an almost unparalleled rate, ranging from the groups that bash-out gritty guitar chords in romantically-lit venues to those that sell-out the Vic Theatre with more refined timbres.
Avid reader and devoted Chicagoan Stacy Ratner began the Chicago non-profit “Open Books” to help combat illiteracy in the city as well as provide a place for people to buy used books and simply hang out.
Don’t get distracted by its name, this Chicago music school offers everything from concerts to instrument instruction to a program introducing music to pre-schoolers.
Dying to belt out some Disney classics or a little Bon Jovi? Trader Todd’s in Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood is where it’s at when it comes to karaoke.