Yes,the beginning of Eastern Orthodox Lent is a holiday in our book (if we had a book). And Eastern Orthodox does not refer to Hasidic Rabbis in New York.
Sunday, March 10.
At 2 AM, turn your clocks ahead 1 hour, so you can get to the music that much sooner.
Monday, March 11.
The aforementioned beginning of Eastern Orthodox Lent.
Tuesday, March 12.
Segments on Women's History Month and St. Patrick's Day on Folk Festival with Lilli Kuzma, 90.9 FM, or www.wdcb.org. 8 PM.
Thursday, March 14.
Other Brothers and the Don Stiernberg Trio at Evanston SPACE, 1245 Chicago Ave, Evanston. 7:30 PM. $15 - $25.
Friday, March 15.
Beware the Ides of March, although they are not appearing locally today.
Amanda Suckow at Molly's Cafe, 941 W. Lawrence Ave. 7:30 PM.
Trillium at the Midway Airport Food Court. 11 AM - 2 PM. Get there early for your flight and enjoy some music.
Saturday, March 16.
Kristin Lems at Starbuck's, 4116 W. Dempster Ave, Skokie. 7 PM.
Trillium, fresh from their triumphant performance at Midway Airport, move on to O'Hare. O'Hare's Pub, that is, 207 S. Main St, Bartlett. Noon.
Mulligan Stew simmers at two venues: first, Andy's Jazz Club, 11 E. Hubbard, Chicago, at noon, and then the Irish-American Heritage Center, 4626 N. Knox, Chicago, at 6 PM.
Sunday, March 17
Trillium at the Rolling Meadows Public Library, 3110 Martin St, Rolling Meadows. 2 PM.
Graham Nash in a benefit for the Old Town School, in the Atheneum Theatre, 2936 N. Southport Ave, Chicago. $65 - $85.
New Zeitgeist at Montrose Saloon, 2933 W. Montrose, Chicago. 8 PM.
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