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Who to see each night at Tomorrow Never Knows fest 2017

It might be shocking to say that January is one of Chicago's best months for music festivals, but it shouldn't be if you've ever gone to the underground punk showcase Ian's Party as well as the near-weeklong indie rock and comedy fest Tomorrow Never Knows. Happening Wednesday, Jan. 11, to Sunday,...

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    Must-see Chicago shows this week: Tomorrow Never Knows, Clearance, Bash and Pop

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  • Wrigley Field, Wrigleyville renovations push forward

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