Posts tagged "Chicago Human Rhythm Project"

You should know about this hidden jazz club in an old train station

You should know about this hidden jazz club in an old train station
I’m so embarrassed. I lived across the street from Dearborn Station for two years, and I never knew there was an amazing jazz club inside! I went to a tap jam for the Chicago Human Rhythm Project, and I couldn’t figure out just where it was supposed to be. That is, until I asked the security... Read more »

Chicago oldest and most historic artists' building

Chicago oldest and most historic artists' building
My tap company has undergone a very large and very cool upgrade: the Chicago Human Rhythm Project finally has its own space in the famous and historic Fine Arts Building. The space is going to be called the American Rhythm Center, and it’s so pretty! I won’t bore you with all of the details of... Read more »

World Nutella Day

World Nutella Day
I can’t stand the Super Bowl, but I always find myself being dragged to Super Bowl parties. Well, this year I have a silver lining: tomorrow is World Nutella Day - yes, that’s a real thing – and I’m celebrating by baking this lovely creation you see to the left. If you have not tried Nutella, take this... Read more »
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It's a "Terror, Tap Dance and Cuban" Kind of Weekend

It's a "Terror, Tap Dance and Cuban" Kind of Weekend
It seems like Lollapalooza is dominating this weekend’s list of activities. Survival rule number one for those not going: if you can avoid the downtown area, absolutely do so. Everything between Lake St and Balbo east of Michigan is going to be an absolute wreck. If you are going to Lollapalooza, please visit Chow Town for me.... Read more »

Tap dancers have taken over Chicago

Tap dancers have taken over Chicago
It’s true. The city has been overrun with all sorts of them – from 15-year-old girls hoping to improve their skills to some of the greatest tap dance masters in the world. And, believe it or not, this happens every year. The Chicago Human Rhythm Project (CHRP), a non-profit that presents American tap dance and... Read more »