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Still looking for something fun to do this weekend? Well you still have plenty of time to have a great weekend - so get out there and have some fun. Be sure to come back every Thursday morning for the full weekend lineup.


Today, hundreds of riders crew members will participate in the 2010 Ride for AIDS, a 190-mile, two day bike to raise funds for HIV/AIDS Services in the Chicagoland area.  Riders have raised a minimum of $1000 (some have even topped $5000), if you're not able to participate you can still donate or even check out the closing ceremonies in Evanston to welcome the riders home.  Check the site for more details

Make sure that your bike is tuned up for this years L.A.T.E. Ride!  Starting at midnight meet at Buckingham Fountain and start a 25-mile tour of the city.  There's even breakfast planned in the morning, check out all the details on the site and if you're out and about be sure to keep an eye on the bikers!

LCCP will host a Night with the Chicago Red Stars tonight at Toyota Park at 6PM when the Chicago Red Stars will take on Tasha Kai and Sky Blue FC from NJ.  Proceeds from the night will benefit LCCP.  Purchase tickets for $30/$50 online.



F/S/S - Boulevard Bash 
F/S/S - 19th Annual Chicago Tribune North Avenue Art Festival
F/S/S - 25th Annual Irish Fest 
F/S - Worlds Largets Block Party at St Pats  
S/S - St Andrews Greek Festival
S/S - Chicago Folk & Roots Festival  
S/S - West Fest
S/S - Rock Around the Block
S/S - Roscoe Village Burger Fest
S/S - Southport Art Walk
SUN - Free Slurpee at 7-Eleven


Transistor in Andersonville will host their weekly Live 'Transistor Radio' webcast starting at 6PM.  Get a taste of "The Roundtable" and the comedy quiz show "The Silent K" and yeah, it's bring your own Ping Pong!

Have you been to The Block Museum of Art on the campus of Northwestern University lately?  Stop by and take in their latest exhibit LAND WITHOUT END and Other Works by Theo Leffman.  Running now through August 29.

Women & Children First in Andersonville will host the 'Family of Women Book Group' this afternoon from 3-6PM.  This month they will be discussing 'Pushed' by Jennifer Block.

Coming Soon:

ALL WEEK - Andersonville Green Week 
MON - Halsted Tastes Better 

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