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The 3@3: Fighting crime through small business & a Taste of Chicago preview

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Taste of Chicago, 1996

Taste of Chicago, 1996

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Today on the 3@3, WBEZ.org’s Lee Bey and Chicago Sun-Time’s Rummana Hussain talk with host Steve Edwards about the topics of the day.

Which include:

Taste of Chicago, 1996 (AP)

Crowds begin to gather Friday, June 28, 1996, at the 16th annual Taste of Chicago held along the city’s lakefront. The festival runs through July 7 and attracts visitors from throughout the country to enjoy the wide variety of foods and live entertainment. (AP Photo/Michael S. Green)

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Steve Edwards: The Taste of Chicago starts this week. Will the new Taste bring the same results as the old? What can we expect from this year’s shortened festival?

Rummana Hussain: Mayor Emanuel has a new strategy to fight crime. Crack down on small businesses.

Lee Bey: House music returned to Jackson Park over the weekend. What would it take to honor house music’s roots in Chicago?

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