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            Larry Sherman, co-founder of Chicago’s legendary TRAX Records, dead at 70

            Like many independent record label owners, Sherman had a complex legacy.

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            Chicago actor Mike Castle’s ‘dual life’ leads to starring role in Netflix series

            The Brother Rice High School alumnus, who used to hide his acting ambitions as a Beverly teen, calls ‘Brews Brothers’ is a hybrid of ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ and ‘The League.’

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            Field Museum, Newberry Library to receive grants from National Endowment for the Humanities

            The National Endowment for the Humanities on Tuesday announced $22.5 million in grants.

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            Roy Wood Jr. searches for the funny amid a pandemic one tweet at a time

            Despite being a Birmingham, Alabama, native, the ‘Daily Show’ correspondent has plenty of Chicago connections

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            Chef Jenner Tomaska launches live auction to benefit Hyde Park first responders, restaurant employees

            Hyde Park first responders and employees of Virtue Restaurant are expected to benefit from the 24-hour Instagram Live auction.

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            ‘The Chi’ actor AJ Carr plans ‘mental health check-in’ for teens on Instagram Live

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            Mayor Lightfoot and Gov. Pritzker announce Arts for Illinois relief initiative

            The fund has already raised about $4 million from the public and private sector, and is a partnership between the city and the state, along with the local philanthropic community.

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            Chicago’s creatives are finding new ways to make ends meet in gig economy amid coronavirus

            When the city’s hospitality industry shut down, the checks stopped coming in for Chicago’s sound selectors.

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            ‘Wall Street rapper’ Ro$$ Mac helping ‘people who look like us’ gain financial literacy

            The South Shore native gives financial advice through Revolt TV’s YouTube series "Maconomics."

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            Chicago History Museum president Gary T. Johnson to retire from his ‘dream job’

            Johnson has led the museum — the city’s oldest cultural institution — since 2005.