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Move/Chicago by Meg
August 31, 2009, 10:43 am
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Brad and I moved into a new apartment and a new city. We’re now residents of Chicago, Illinois! If you haven’t noticed, we took a 3.5 month break from blogging. This break was for 60% good reasons and about 40% lazy reasons. We got busy, really busy. Alas, the busyness has dwindled down and we’re back to blogging full time for your viewing pleasure. I feel like we’re finally settled down here and ready to keep Printish up and running.

Chicago has been good to us thus far. We had a chance to see the Ghostly International 10 year anniversary show (feat. Tycho!!!), we’ve seen some good films such as Inglorious Basterds and Cold Souls and last night we saw Tim Meadows do some improv with select Second City cast members. But we need some help on what else is going on in Chicago. If you know anyone who’s doing something great around here let us know!

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Hey! Welcome to Chicago. I would check out Golden Age, a great conceptual art shop in Pilsen. They usually hold fun events and have great products. And there are lots of events taking place this fall at the MCA (and it’s free on Tuesdays).

Comment by Britt

very exciting! I look forward to more blogs from yall!

Comment by Greg Enemy

A couple recommendations from a fellow Chicago resident:

B.L.U.E.S. – A blues (duh) place on Halsted in Lincoln Park. Better than the vastly more hyped Kingston Mines. Great music, very chill.

One bar – Bar Deville at Chicago & Damen in Ukrainian Village. Great place.

Comment by Keith




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