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Loretta Lynn

Fri., March 27, 8 p.m.
Arcada Theatre (map)
105 E. Main St.
Suburbs Northwest
phone 630-587-8400

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Adnan Sami

Fri., March 27, 8 p.m.
Sears Centre (map)
5333 Prairie Stone Pkwy.
Suburbs Northwest
phone 847-649-2270

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Pat Tomasulo

Sat 3/28, 7 and 9:30 PM

$22 plus two-drink minimum

Zanies (map)
5437 Park Pl.
Suburbs Northwest

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Arcada Theatre (map)
105 E. Main St.
Suburbs Northwest
phone 630-587-8400

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Durty Nellie's (map)
180 N. Smith St.
Suburbs Northwest
phone 847-358-9150

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Arcada Theatre (map)
105 E. Main St.
Suburbs Northwest
phone 630-587-8400

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Art Shay: His Life and Love

3/6-4/4

A retrospective of the prolific Chicago photographer's work. Reception Fri 3/6, 6:30-9 PM.

The Art Center (map)
1957 Sheridan Rd.
Suburbs Northwest
phone 847-432-1888

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An Evening with C.S. Lewis

3/12-4/12: Thu 7:30 PM, Fri 8 PM, Sat-Sun 3 and 7 PM

British actor David Payne portrays the English writer and Christian thinker in this one-man show. $30-$38

Metropolis Performing Arts Centre (map)
111 W. Campbell St.
Suburbs Northwest
phone 847-577-2121

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Works by Ed Paschke, 1969-2004

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Ed Paschke almost never took a vacation. The six days a week he spent at his Rogers Park studio painting the vibrant, haunting portraits that were his trademark was vacation enough, Paschke's son Marc once said. So special was the cluttered room on Howard Street that the artist called it the alchemist's lair. After Paschke's death at age 65 in 2004, Marc meticulously photographed the studio and carefully packed up its contents, with the hope that a gallery might one day re-create the place his father, a key Chicago Imagist, most loved to be. The Ed Paschke Art Center, which opened in Jefferson Park late last month, has done just that: diligently reproduced the studio in all its divey, chaotic glory. Wood panels cover the walls. Fluorescent light fixtures, which the artist filtered to his liking using canvas strips, are overhead. One of Paschke's patterned button-down shirts hangs from the back of a chair in front of an easel that holds an unfinished painting of a boxer. Paschke's spirit is so present you half expect the artist to saunter into the scene, pluck a long brush from one of the repurposed Pringles cans, and sit down to work. Continue reading >>

Ed Paschke Art Center (map)
5415 W. Higgins
Suburbs Northwest
phone 312-533-4911
Works by Ed Paschke, 1969-2004

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