Those wild and wacky guys at Blue Man Group are inviting the public to the opening of the long-running show’s new outdoor gallery, beginning at 11:30 a.m. Friday. The gallery is located on the wall on the south façade of the Briar Street Theatre, 3133 N. Halsted. It will feature six 10-by-10-foot blowups of paintings created by artists, inspired by Blue Man Group.
Among the showcased artwork who won the right to be part of the installation are local area artists Dan Olvera, Audrius Plioplys, and Candace Wark and Shirley Nannini working collectively as Wind Flow Photography.
The Hawks have dropped into a nearly dead heat with the Sharks and Blue Jackets for last place in the NHL — and the best draft-lottery odds — with nine games to go. But the coaches and players still believe they have things to prove during the stretch run.
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Documentary ‘Raise Up West Side’ begins streaming Tuesday, accompanied by soundtrack of artists from the region.
Luke and Joe Teri doubled up once again.
Key witness in ComEd bribery trial testifies that firm had to ‘improve relationship’ with Madigan for success in Springfield
Former ComEd executive Fidel Marquez took the stand as prosecutors planned to use secretly recorded FBI conversations to spotlight a key contract used to pay associates of the former House speaker.