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Young Patriots’ notes from the underground resurface

Young Patriots’ notes from the underground resurface

By Arts & Culture Editor

October 27, 2014

The Young Patriots Organization, a Chicago political group from the 1960s, is resurfacing in the city after years of invisibility.Originally based in Chicago’s Uptown neighborhood, the organization,...

Noisy roots, new routes

Noisy roots, new routes

By Arts & Culture Editor

April 7, 2014

First known as an active member of Chicago’s chaotic noise-jazz scene, 24-year-old singer/songwriter Ryley Walker put aside his effects pedals in favor of the simplicity of his own voice and acoustic gui...

Wolves see Stars: Chicago’s last minute goal wasn’t enough to surmount eventual 4-3 loss

By Lindsey Woods

January 23, 2012

In the last outing of a five-game home stand, the Chicago Wolves lost its second game in a row to the Texas Stars on Jan. 18.The loss came after the Wolves snapped their season-high five-game winning streak was snapped against the Lake Erie Monsters on Jan. 14. Chicago gave up a 3-1 lead in allowing four 3rd period goals by the Monsters, in a game which also marked the midway point of the season.Chicago led Texas for less ...

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