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    Chicagoisms
    Art Institute of ChicagoSeptember 30, 2014
    111 South Michigan Avenue
    Chicago, IL 60604
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    Cy Twombly: Sculpture Selections, 1948-1995
    Art Institute of ChicagoSeptember 30, 2014 10:30 AM
    111 South Michigan Avenue
    Chicago, IL 60604
    A selection of seven remarkable sculptures made by American born Cy Twombly (1928-2011) greatly known for his outstanding works of large-scale graffiti paintings. The sculptures in this exhibition are primarily created from plaster-coated wood, covered with white paint. Even though mainly abstract, these objects relate the natural world and the built environment. Ongoing.
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    Of Gods And Glamour: The Mary And Michael Jaharis Galleries Of Greek, Roman, And Byzantine Art
    Art Institute of ChicagoSeptember 30, 2014 10:30 AM
    111 South Michigan Avenue
    Chicago, IL 60604
    Ongoing exhibit.
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    Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Muti Conducts Tchaikovsky 4
    Symphony Center - Chicago Symphony OrchestraSeptember 30, 2014 7:30 PM
    220 South Michigan Avenue
    Chicago, IL 60604
    The Chicago Symphony Orchestra is a symphony orchestra based in Chicago that part of the short list of American orchestras that are commonly referred to as the "Big Five." Since playing its first concert in 1891 at the now historic Auditorium Theater, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra has attracted some of the greatest performers and conductors from throughout the world--of whom Sergei Rachmaninov, Maurice Ravel, Edward Elgar, Andre Previn and Leonard Bernstein stand as some of the few guest conductors to lead the orchestra over its long and distinguished history. The Chicago Symphony Orchestra enjoyed its greatest period of fame during the music directorship of Sir Georg Solti, which lasted throughout the 1970s and 1980s, and was a period that ensured the orchestra's place as one of the United States' most culturally significant symphony orchestras.
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    Chicago Tragedies Tour
    Chicago RiverwalkSeptember 30, 2014 10:00 AM
    South bank of the Chicago River at Lake Shore Drive
    Chicago, IL 60601
    Though it's less than 200 years old, the city of Chicago has had its fair share of history, with larger-than-life characters, towering triumphs and infamous disasters. From the Chicago Fire to the "SS Eastland" Disaster, on this Chicago's Finest tour, you'll delve into the fascinating history of the Windy City's greatest tragedies, while taking in the beautiful River Walk and historic Loop. During this scenic two-hour walking tour, you'll travel back in time to learn why a mere 15-minute battle became known as the Fort Dearborn Massacre of 1812, how a fire at the Iroquois Theater resulted in the deadliest single-building blaze in U.S. history, why the "SS Eastland" somehow capsized while docked and full of passengers, and if Mrs. O'Leary's cow really started the Great Chicago Fire.
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    Chicago Architecture Foundation River Cruise
    Chicago Architecture FoundationSeptember 30, 2014
    224 South Michigan Avenue
    Chicago, IL 60604
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    Earn valuable points toward free nights.