Painting and Play Doh. 10 a.m.-noon, every Monday, Hyde Park Neighborhood Club, art room, 5480 S. Kenwood Ave., 773-643-4062, hpnclub.org, $9 drop-in, $45 10-day pass, $65 monthly pass. Children paint and play with Play Doh. Runs through Aug. 18.
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Musical Story Time with Ms. Rachel. 10-10:45 a.m. and 11-11:45 a.m., every Tuesday, Hyde Park Neighborhood Club, early childhood room, 5480 S. Kenwood Ave., 773-643-4062, hpnclub.org.
By LINDSAY WELBERS Staff Writer Venerated historian, teacher and civil rights activist Timuel Black was honored in Washington, D.C., on the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington. Black, 94, traveled to the nation’s capital to receive the honor last month. Martin Luther King Jr. asked Black to organize locally to bring Chicagoans to the(…)
By LINDSAY WELBERS Staff Writer The first retailers in Harper Court opened to the public last week. Athletic shoe retailer Villa, 5230 S. Lake Park Ave., opened over Labor Day weekend with an opening celebration last Friday. AT&T, which previously operated at 1457 E. 53rd St., relocated next to Villa and Starbucks, which formerly sat(…)
RECOMMENDED Where: The Mercury Theater, 3745 N. Southport Ave. When: through Oct. 27 Tickets: $22-$59 Phone: 773-325-1700 By ANNE SPISELMAN Theater Critic After the opening number of the new production of “The Color Purple” at the Mercury Theater, I was seriously worried. It had all the earmarks of a high school or college show. Bob(…)
By ANDREW HOLZMAN The question I’m probably asked most, and yet am least prepared to answer, is, “Why did you get started working with seniors?” When it comes to the work I’m doing in Chicago, the answer is actually easy. Last Christmas, it felt very strange not having someone to plan a holiday party for,(…)
Artist Susan Marshall from the Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago will host a discussion titled “Crossover: an immersive conversation a participatory event,” Sept. 16 to Sept. 19, at the Hyde Park Art Center, 5020 S. Cornell Ave. Discussion topics will include crossover forms that defy categorization. The discussion is a part of The Dance(…)
Author Janice Clark will read from her first novel, “The Rathbones,” at 57th Street Books, 1301 E. 57th St., tomorrow from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. The book by the Chicago-based Clark takes place in her native Connecticut, where a 15-year-old and her uncle embark upon a nautical adventure exploring the history of the book’s(…)