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May 30, 2012 | By Samantha Nelson, For RedEye
EAT BEAT IT Harris Theater, 205 E. Randolph Drive 312-334-7777 Soak up some culture on your lunch break by catching a performance from the Chicago Academy for the Arts Repertory Dance Company at "Eat to the Beat. " Bring your own food, or grab something from one of the food trucks parked outside. $5. Noon. DRINK MIXED UP Society Art Gallery, 2140 W. Fulton St.312-523-6128 Meet someone new at monthly networking bash #MIXANDMINGLE. The party includes an open bar and appetizers, plus live music and a D.J. $10. 7 p.m.-midnight.
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ENTERTAINMENT
May 31, 2012 | By Samantha Nelson and For RedEye
EAT GET CRACKING Chicago Cut Steakhouse 300 N. LaSalle St. 312-329-1800 Chow down for charity at the Kickoff Lobster Boil. The benefit forChildren's Memorial Hospitalincludes clams, mussels, chorizo sausage, corn, wine and champagne served on the patio with a view of the Chicago River. $50. 2-5 p.m. Sunday. RSVP recommended. DRINK FUN WITH FACIAL HAIR Casey Moran's 3660 N. Clark St. 773-755-4444 Show off your 'stache - real or fake - along with 2,000 other people at The Mustache Crawl.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 19, 2013 | By Kate Bernot, @redeyeeatdrink and RedEye
It may be nearing the end of August, but there's no slowing the pace of street fests. This weekend is one of the busiest of the year, with tons of food trucks, bands and artists taking over neighborhoods from Little Italy to Pilsen to Bucktown and beyond. A handful offer ethnic ties - Festa Italiana, Brazil Fest, Taste of Greektown and Ukrainian Days - while others are all about celebrating their respective 'hoods. You probably won't be able to hit all of them, but we would never dream of discouraging you from trying.
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