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Point to Infinity knows no bounds

Shannon Shreibak

August 3, 2012


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The most profound personal triumphs often arrive at the most unexpected moments, and this rings especially true for Houston-based indie pop band Point to Infinity. Vocalist Joshua Adams and guitarist Kyle VanDevender had no way of preparing for winning DoSomething.Org and the VH1 Save The Music Foundation "B...

Weekend warrior 8/2-8/5

Shannon Shreibak

August 2, 2012


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1. Dr. Dog at Lincoln Hall, August 2Chicago has been gearing up for yet another Lollapalooza takeover since the beginning of the summer; now it's time to enjoy all that the city has to offer! Dr. Dog, one of the most highly anticipated indie acts on the bill, will be rocking out at Lincoln Park's intimate...

Five sold-out Lollapalooza after shows that are totally worth it

Monica Carter

August 2, 2012


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Whether it's the festival itself or the gigs throughout the weekend, most everything associated with Lollapalooza is sold out. But if you're looking to blow your life savings on scalped after-show tickets or risk arrest by sneak into a gig, you might as well make it big, and make it one of these.Alabama Shakes with ...

Weekend Mixtape 8/2-8/5

Shannon Shreibak

August 2, 2012


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Lollapalooza 2012 Highlights from DePauliaWeekendEdition on 8tracks....

Three looks for Lollapalooza

Courtney Jacquin

August 1, 2012


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Your schedule might be planned out for Lollapalooza, planning how you'll cross all of Grant Park in roughly five minutes, but have you decided what you'll be wearing yet? At a music festival of its size, Lollapalooza certainly brings out the best of the best when it comes to festival fashion. It's no...

Leaving blisters on our feet and love in our hearts: All Good Music Festival 2012

Genna Tardi

July 29, 2012


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For the lucky, the weekend of July 19, 2012 will be remembered as the weekend we dusted the rolling fields of Ohio with soul. This past weekend, the proud town of Thornville became forever engrained in a positive light for hosting the All Good Music festival. A musical success of epic proportions, th...

Take note: Lollapalooza street style inspiration

Alexandra Moresco

July 25, 2012


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With Lollapalooza rounding the corner featuring talented headliners like The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jack White, Florence & the Machine, and Avicii, I'm sure remarkable style will come along with them. Music festival style in general can be described as grungy with a splash of bohemian.While talking w...

CityTarget brings convenience to State and Madison

Courtney Jacquin

July 25, 2012


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This CityTarget located on the corner of State and Madison streets opened its doors to eager shoppers Wednesday, July 25. With the intricate black detailing of the fa’ÛÎ_ade of the former Carson Pirie Scott building, this was not an average Target experience.Growing up in the suburbs, I've been cond...

Bike and dance at the Bike to the Beach Bash

Carolyn Samuelson

July 24, 2012


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Chicago summer is in full swing and outdoor events are abounding, with just over a week remaining until Lollapalooza begins.This Friday, a slightly different type of event is going down on Montrose Beach. From 4 to 10 p.m., Ra Ra Riot, Best Friends and California Wives will set the soundtrack to your F...

Know before you go: Lolla schedule guide

Shannon Shreibak

July 23, 2012


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For many Chicago music lovers, Lollapalooza is the best three days of the year. It's a celebration of the world's most innovative and popular music to be enjoyed along with thousands of fellow fans in a communal musical euphoria. But this one weekend can sometimes be overwhelming; hoards of no-name ac...

A little bit country? Country Thunder photos

Matt Harder

July 23, 2012


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Country Thunder is a four-day (three days of music) festival in Twin Lakes, WI featuring country bands from all over the U.S.Country music fans dressed up and came out to enjoy the music and atmosphere.Attendees camped out in tents and RVs, cooked out, and shot off fireworks. There was lots of food, ga...

The 44th annual Sheffield Garden Walk and Festival: photos

Matt Harder

July 22, 2012


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The 44th annual Sheffield Garden Walk and Festival took place July 21-22. Hosted by the Sheffield Neighborhood Association and DePaul community, this weekend fest was a success yet again.Neighbors and out-of-towners walked the streets to take in more than 80 gardens on display and tour the area.&nbs...

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