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Retooling curricula for the 21st century

Retooling curricula for the 21st century

November 24, 2014

The idea of creating a curriculum for the 21st century took center stage Nov. 17 at the fourth roundtable discussion hosted by the college during the drafting process of its Strategic Plan.Students and staf...

Historic Congress Theater bans EDM shows from venue

Historic Congress Theater bans EDM shows from venue

September 2, 2014

The Congress Theater, 2135 N. Milwaukee Ave., in partnership with the City of Chicago’s Local Liquor Control Commission, recently announced a ban on electronic dance music shows at the venue. The i...

Rambunctious Rocky riles up Congress Theater

Rambunctious Rocky riles up Congress Theater

October 14, 2012

A$AP Rocky played the Congress Theatre October 11 with Danny Brown and ScHoolBoy Q.Helicopter sound effects, operatic scales and the strumming of a harp underlined A$AP Rocky’s cracked voice as he opened h...

Girl’s got jazz

By Contributing Writer

March 18, 2012

by Tyler McDermottContributing WriterLili Kryzanek, better known as Lili K, is far from your average blonde bombshell. Using people, places and relationships as her inspiration, this Columbia junior in the Arts, Entertainment & Media Arts Department penned her first song at 10 years old. Since then, she has developed an extensive catalogue of music, including her unreleased LP, “Hello, Goodbye,” and her EP with Peter...

Ithaca rocks next level

By Matt Watson

January 22, 2011

After playing its biggest show yet on Dec. 18 at the Congress Theater, 2135 N. Milwaukee Ave., Ithaca sets its sights on the future. The progressive heavy-metal band calls itself local, but with the help of social networking and self-promotion they’re known across the country. Singer Chris Blume and guitarist Adrian Kobziar sat down with The Chronicle to discuss success, inspiration and their new EP “1920[2].”The Chronicle...

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