By Sarah on August 2, 2010
So, there’s this little festival called Lollapalooza rolling into Grant Park this weekend. Maybe you’ve heard of it? I’ll be there all weekend, Tweeting and taking bad photos bitching about the heat and the crowds, and hoping my phone doesn’t run out of battery.
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By Sarah on September 14, 2009
This Week in Great Music – 9/14 – 9/20. Some great shows in Chicago for the upcoming week which have caught my eye.
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