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Loyola School of Continuing and Professional Studies professor Christopher Martiniano performed with his new anti-Trump punk band, no.no.no.NO., for a vibrant, dynamic concert Feb. 21 at Martyrs’ (3855 N. Lincoln Ave.). For a first show, …

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Danish rock trio New Politics made the third stop on its 2018 “Lost in Translation” tour at Metro Chicago (3730 N. Clark St.) Feb. 18. Touring in support of its fourth studio album, “Lost in …

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Punk rock is more Jesuit than some might think. With a historical focus on advocacy, politics and social justice, punk bands have been challenging the status quo for decades and calling out societal issues through …

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The lobby of Chicago’s grand Auditorium Theatre (50 E. Congress Parkway) isn’t overtly spectacular. The floors contain original mosaic tile and the staircases are tastefully embellished with a touch of architect Louis Sullivan’s signature ornate …

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Participating theaters around Chicago will be offering special productions at discounted prices to expose a larger audience to the richness and diversity of Chicago’s theater scene as part of the sixth annual Chicago Theatre Week. …

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It’s no secret that vinyl records have been making a comeback. The number of records sold increased for the 12th consecutive year, reaching a record high of 14.32 million, according to Nielsen Music’s 2017 U.S. …

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The more things change, the more they stay the same. Pop-punk quartet Fall Out Boy has been pushing the boundaries of its somewhat arbitrary genre since its formation in 2001, and its latest album, “MANIA,” …

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The nominees for the 60th annual Grammy Awards were announced Nov. 28, and the competition this year is fierce. With so many strong contenders, it’s hard to say who the winners will be Jan. 28. …