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04/29/10 Blues duo Siegel-Schwall at the Metropolis
By Matt Arado - Corky Siegel and Jim Schwall have been making beautiful blues music together as the Siegel-Schwall Band since the 1960s, and their live act hasn't lost any of its power. Come see some true Chicago treasures wail this weekend in the suburbs. FULL STORY
04/27/10 Pension argument pits 'haves' and 'have nots'
By Matt Arado - Madge and Jim Pierce spent years scrimping and pumping nearly 40 percent of their income into a 401(k), only to see their funds take a big hit that nearly derailed their 2008 retirement. FULL STORY
04/25/10 Children the focus of cultural event in Aurora
By Matt Arado - Hundreds of families from in and around Aurora gathered under gray skies Saturday to pay tribute to their children. The ninth annual "El Dia de los Niños," or Children's Day, featured food, live music, dancing and plenty of games and activities... FULL STORY
04/25/10 Wheaton Olympian hopes her success inspires others
By Matt Arado - The memorabilia and pictures on display inside Wheaton's Hawthorne Elementary School on Saturday told a story of mother-daughter success. FULL STORY
04/15/10 A con full of pros: New C2E2 brings top comics professionals to Chicago
By Matt Arado - The new Chicago Comics and Entertainment Expo opens this weekend, and organizers hope it draws fans to McCormick Place faster than a speeding bullet. FULL STORY
04/07/10 U2, Bon Jovi, Soundgarden, Public Enemy topping summer concerts
By Matt Arado - Forget what the calendar says. The summer concert season is almost here. For the next five months, music of just about every style and vintage will be played at concerts all over Chicago and the suburbs. FULL STORY
04/06/10 David Allan Coe coming to Penny Road Pub
By Matt Arado - David Allan Coe, the outspoken country-music legend known for his witty, sometimes controversial lyrics, will bring his outlaw spirit to the suburbs this weekend. Coe, writer of the in-your-face anthem "Take This Job and Shove It," is 70 years old... FULL STORY
04/01/10 Alejandro Escovedo at the Old Town School
By Matt Arado - Alejandro Escovedo isn't a household name, but he should be. Escovedo writes literate, poetic songs that seamlessly combine elements of country, folk, blues and rock. He's also a wonderful singer. Here's a chance to see him in a fantastic venue -... FULL STORY
03/31/10 With winter over, it's time to start thinking about baseball
By Matt Arado - Finally, after six chilly months of hibernation, Opening Day is almost here. That's right, it's time for baseball. The White Sox open their season on Monday, April 5, against the Cleveland Indians. FULL STORY
03/28/10 Bluegrass fest enjoying its Naperville home
By Matt Arado - When people think about bluegrass music, the city of Naperville probably doesn't leap into their minds. But organizers of the 16th annual Indoor Bluegrass Music Festival say the two have become quite a good match. FULL STORY
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