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Local Music Scene
Itching for a new spot to check out some cool local bands? Check out our review of the Hideout, an underground bar & music venue.
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The rise and fall (and rise again) of Chicago’s very own Smashing Pumpkins. An epic love story by Gene Wagendorf.
The California Clipper will make you feel like you have entered another decade with its old school drinks and feel. And who can say no to a place that NEVER has a cover?
The bar, music venue, and, of course, art gallery is more than just an average neighborhood bar. Inside you’ll find some of the liveliest and interesting people looking to share some ideas and simultaneously get their drink on.
A solid venue for live music, Subterranean has become a Wicker Park staple.
Whatever your reason for loving this local music venue, the Metro is a great place to get introduced to Chicago’s music scene.
Owned by Jam Productions, which also owns and operates the Chicago venues of Park West and The Vic, the Riviera Theatre, colloquially referred to as “The Riv,” is the center of Uptown’s theatre district.
Six questions from UPChicago. Six answers from Jeremy David Miller of Rambos. If you like ‘em, turn ‘em up.
100,000 people. Bonfires. Booze. Pot. Sex. Explosions. Baseball? Welcome to the death of disco and the destruction of Comiskey Park.
Without anthropomorphizing music venues or speculating on a given building’s feelings, Schubas’ little sister Lincoln Hall has quickly become the premier music venue in all of Chicago.
Whether it’s the nightly music, classic food menu, or the seemingly perpetual positive demeanor of the Lakeview crowd, you’ll never second guess your night should have been spent somewhere else.
Six questions from UPChicago. Six answers from Miss Alex White and White Francis of White Mystery. If you like ‘em, turn ‘em up.