They say all good things must end. And so it goes with Soundbites – our series exploring the noisy side of our culinary experiences. David Hammond visited a fixture on Chicago's culinary scene – the hot dog stand.
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All good things sometimes end...and involve music. Here's a video of some Mission Bandalism work we did a couple weeks ago.
There may soon be a new player on Chicago's higher education scene -- but this one with an Islamic bent. Next week, the long-defunct American Islamic College will be throwing open its doors for the first time in years.
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A BBC documentary explores a sometimes dangerous subject in Arab society: religious conversions. A growing number of Christian TV stations are targeting Muslim populations.But many Christian converts live in fear of persecution.
Jerome McDonnell and the Worldview crew will hang out at Mayne Stage before that night's Chicago World Music Festival Show. Wednesday, September 29, 2010, 7 p.m. Mayne Stage 1330 W. Morse Ave Chicago, IL 60626We'll have giveaways and great conversation ahead of the night's show.