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November 20, 2011 | Andy Downing, For RedEye
As December rolls into Chicago, a range of must-see shows accompany the plummeting temperatures, including an arena turn from one fast-rising indie icon (Bon Iver) and a rare appearance from a true rock legend (Jerry Lee Lewis). And while entertainment options dry up around Christmas, New Year's Eve looks to be packed with difficult decision for fans of dance music (Rusko vs. The Hood Internet), rock (Disappears vs. Cage the Elephant) and soul (JC Brooks & the Uptown Sound vs. Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears vs. Otis Clay)
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November 27, 2012 | By Julia Borcherts, @JuliaBorcherts for RedEye
EAT DIY Sweets Eno 505 N. Michigan Ave. 312-321-8738 Sweeten up your Tuesday night at a hands-on Toffee Making Class in which Sweet Margy Confection Diva founder Margy Kaye shows you how to craft her signature toffee plus a rum-infused Saucy Toffee variety. Even sweeter? The class includes three wine pairings. 6-8 p.m. $35. DRINK Solid Gould O'Donovan's 2100 W. Irving Park Road 773-478-2100 If you get a kick out of Robbie Gould, you can join the Bears' kicker at the North Center bar for a live-broadcast interview with ESPN's Jeff Dickerson about Gould's career...
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October 2, 2012 | By Julia Borcherts, @JuliaBorcherts for RedEye
EAT Fall Crawl Maggiano's Little Italy 516 N. Clark St. 312-645-1047 Get a taste of the River North neighborhood at October Feast, where diners meets up for appetizers at Maggiano's and then break into smaller groups to head out for bites at five of the 25 participating restaurants. End the night at Moe's Cantina (155 W. Kinzie St.), where you compare notes with others over an open bar, more food and live music. 5-10 p.m. $50. Tickets: octoberfeastchicago.com. Roll With It Ra Sushi 1139 N. State St. 312-274-0011 Kick up your sushi game with the winning roll from the...
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December 18, 2011 | Andy Downing, For RedEye
Chicago's concert season slows to a crawl with January's plummeting temperatures. Still, there are a number of shows worth braving the elements to see, including visits from a rowdy Southern rock crew (Drive-By Truckers), one versatile troubadour (Alejandro Escovedo) and a slew of local bands (White Mystery, Rise Against, Mucca Pazza) sure to get the blood pumping in even the coldest bodies. Milano January 6 at Beat Kitchen Milano frontman Jonathan Guerra said the local crew's diverse sound is driven in large part by his scattered brain.
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