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Swedish American Museum Blends Contemporary Swedish Culture With An American Flare

by Swedish American Museum @ Swedish American Museum

Story preview: “Located in the heart of Andersonville, Illinois, the Swedish American Museum has been providing a glimpse into Swedish heritage to the most traditionally Swedish area of Chicago for over 40 years. Andersonville has long been known for its Swedish roots, boasting an active tourist population looking to purchase Swedish foods, gifts, and partake ... Read More

Lobster Rolls at Merchandise Mart

by Steve Dolinsky @ Steve Dolinsky

Lobster rolls are all over the Eastern Seaboard, but there are several places in Chicago now making decent versions. These traditional sandwiches, served in top-loaded hot dog buns, are now showing up at the Merchandise Mart, thanks to a New York City-based chain that is hoping to plant a few more stores here.

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From Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City: Vietnam surprises and delights

From Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City: Vietnam surprises and delights


Chicago Sun-Times

A tour about the damages of the Vietnam war was just one of countless surprises Vietnam had in store on a two-week backpacking trip.

Pre-Theater Dining in The Loop, Part 1

by Steve Dolinsky @ Steve Dolinsky

The Oriental, the Goodman and the Cadillac theaters draw many people to Chicago’s Loop during the holiday season, so I wanted to offer a few good options for places to go before (or even after) a show. You’ll be able to eat well in an abbreviated amount of time. Next week, I’ll offer up part […]

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Explore Chicago Through These Amazing Culinary Tours

Explore Chicago Through These Amazing Culinary Tours


TripSavvy

Travel by bike, bus or foot for culinary adventures through Chicago's trendiest neighborhoods, food-focused communities and historic destinations.

Strange Foods Festival Hits Town Sunday

by Steve Dolinsky @ Steve Dolinsky

If you’re the kind of intrepid eater who thrills to the prospect of trying fried grasshoppers, fermented water jelly and tripe ragú, you might want to check out the 2nd annual Strange Foods Festival this Sunday, November 5th, at the Stan Mansion (2408 N. Kedzie) in Logan Square. Keng Sisavath is a one-man ambassador for […]

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Saigon to Stockholm Food Tour

by EzSites @ Tours – Chicago Foodways Tours

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Ice, Ice Baby – S. Side Business Crafting Cool Cubes

by Steve Dolinsky @ Steve Dolinsky

If you’ve ever been to a great cocktail bar, you may have noticed how perfectly geometrical the ice cubes are. They just barely fit into the glass. In Chicago, there is a good chance the bar outsourced the job to someone else. Bars are turning to ice experts to get the job done. On this week’s […]

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Urban Farming Takes Root An Aquaponics Farm and Brewery

by Andrew @ Project Nande

The Run Down We’re taking ourselves to the Back of the Yards neighborhood on Chicago’s Southwest side, and visiting a re-purposed meatpacking plant that now operates as a sustainable food company incubator. We’ll be touring the facility, eating British meat pies, and throwing back one or ten beers. Here are the highlights. Some of the […]

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Children’s Museum Garden Gets Refreshed

by Swedish American Museum @ Swedish American Museum

When thinking about planting a garden in Chicago, starting in fall isn’t usually the best idea. However, when your garden is set in pioneer America inside a children’s museum, anytime is a good time! The garden in the Brunk Children’s Museum of Immigration is one of the most heavily used features of the imaginative space. ... Read More

Chance the Rapper’s Favorite Fried Shrimp is Legit

by Steve Dolinsky @ Steve Dolinsky

Chicago has a few old-school options for fried shrimp – we’re thinking of Calmet Fisheries, Goose Island Shrimp House and Lawrence Fisheries – but one of Chance the Rapper’s childhood favorites near Englewood is also worth a second look. Haire’s Gulf Shrimp 7448 S Vincennes Ave (773) 783-1818

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Vietnamese Food: The Ultimate Food Guide

Vietnamese Food: The Ultimate Food Guide


Travel + Leisure

“An com chua?”If you’re going to understand Vietnam and the Vietnamese, this three-word phrase is key. A friendly greeting exchanged throughout the day, it poses a seemingly mundane question: “Have...

Banh Mi in Saigon

by Steve Dolinsky @ Steve Dolinsky

I just returned from an intensive eating vacation that meandered through Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. One of the highlights, without a doubt, were the delicious banh mi sandwiches we ate in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City). To call them simply Vietnamese subs would be an insult. They begin with the greatest French bread – much […]

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Detroit-Style Pizza Makes Inroads in Chicago

by Steve Dolinsky @ Steve Dolinsky

We all know how serious Chicago is about its pizza, but there’s a relatively new type of pizza making inroads here: Detroit-style. It was created just a few years after Uno’s launched deep dish here, back in the 40s, and while the Motor City’s version has some similarities with our deep style, there are plenty of […]

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Chicago's ultimate guide to Argyle Street Asian food

Chicago's ultimate guide to Argyle Street Asian food


Thrillist

Dim sum is involved. Very, very involved.

Little Italy Food Tour

by EzSites @ Tours – Chicago Foodways Tours

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Newseum to Open Photo Exhibit Exploring the Tet Offensive

by Newseum @ Newseum

The exhibit includes tactile images and audio interviews with Marines who fought in the bloodiest battle of the Vietnam War.
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Chicago Ethnic Food Tours • Lakeshore Magazine

Chicago Ethnic Food Tours • Lakeshore Magazine


Lakeshore Magazine

Beyond the usual tourist destinations, visitors to Chicago and life-long residents alike may experience numerous cultures and traditions in ethnic...

Bone Broth Basics

by Steve Dolinsky @ Steve Dolinsky

On this edition of The Feed Podcast, we’re talking about the basics of any good bowl of soup – by digging down to the bones, or rather, the broth they create. We talk to some entrepreneurs focusing on broth production in Portland, OR and Chicago, as well as the Chef/Owner of Strings Ramen in Chicago, […]

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Forest Preserves and Anti-Aircraft Guns Take the Metra to this Northshore Forest Preserve off Lake Michigan

by Andrew @ Project Nande

The Run Down We’re going on a day trip to Chicago’s far North side and taking advantage of the Metra’s $8 all-you-can-ride weekend pass to get there. We start with breakfast and short visit to downtown Highland Park, which is probably best known as the city that’s home to the old Michael Jordan estate. Afterwards, […]

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Hyde Park Gets First Neapolitan Pizza Option

by Steve Dolinsky @ Steve Dolinsky

Neapolitan pizza joints have been cropping up all over Chicago the past few years, but none had opened in Hyde Park, until recently. One of Lincoln Park’s best pizza makers closed her shop a few months ago, re-opening in a brand new dorm on the University of Chicago campus, where they’ve expanded their menu. Nella […]

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Journalists Visit Newseum for IPW Press Brunch

by Heather Bien @ Newseum

IPW is the world's biggest gathering of tourism professionals.
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Every Chicagoan Needs to Take These Food & Drink Tours

Every Chicagoan Needs to Take These Food & Drink Tours


Thrillist

Walking, eating, drinking: the circle of life.

Homemade Pastrami All Over Chicago

by Steve Dolinsky @ Steve Dolinsky

The thought of turkey sandwiches for the next few days doesn’t seem all that appealing, which is why I’m thankful for the city’s myriad (homemade) pastrami options. There are several places now brining, curing and smoking their own briskets, much like they do in New York or Montreal.

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Discover Oak Park

by Alicia O'Connor @ Lakeshore Magazine

Just west of downtown Chicago, the Village of Oak Park is alive with architectural and literary history.  The quaint town...

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City in a Garden

by Alicia O'Connor @ Lakeshore Magazine

Chicago’s motto, “Urbs in Horto” or City in a Garden, may surprise you.  After all, this city best known for...

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South Side Greenhouse Providing Year-round Produce

by Steve Dolinsky @ Steve Dolinsky

In the past, eating fresh salads greens or just-picked herbs only happened in the summertime in Chicago. Restaurants and grocery stores were always forced to import them during the winter. Not anymore.

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Korean Chain Makes Noodles in Glenview Strip Mall

by Steve Dolinsky @ Steve Dolinsky

Fast-food franchises rarely have memorable food, but a Korean company focusing on noodles, is making some memorable – and affordable – dishes, in a Glenview strip mall. The chain is based on a celebrity chef from Korea you’ve probably never heard of, but that doesn’t matter, because it’s all about the handmade noodles.

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Somerset’s Vegetarian Tartar a Stunner

by Steve Dolinsky @ Steve Dolinsky

The team behind restaurants such as Boka and Momotaro has opened Somerset, its latest project next to the gleaming new Viceroy Hotel in Chicago’s Gold Coast neighborhood. The restaurant features an all-American menu, but I thought two dishes in particular stood out. I asked Chef Lee Wolen to show me how, exactly, he makes them.

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Chicago’s First Handroll Bar Opens in Wicker Park

by Steve Dolinsky @ Steve Dolinsky

Sushi bars are nothing new in Chicago, but Anaba in Wicker Park offers something different. It shares an address with the veggie-friendly Mana Food Bar at 1742 W. Division St., and like its sibling, it’s laser-focused on just one thing: handrolls.

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Red Line Food Tour Eating our Way off the Red Line

by Andrew @ Project Nande

The Run Down We’re taking the Red Line to go on a food expedition that starts in Chinatown and ends on the far North side in Little Saigon. In between, we’ll make a few stops along the way for some small and not so small eats. This is an especially good guide to follow with […]

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Keeping it 💯 It's a German Food and Beer Crawl for our 100th Guide

by Andrew @ Project Nande

Some of the city guides on Nande are free. Others, like this one, are for members only. If you’re already a member, click here to Sign In If you are thinking about joining, then click here to learn more about getting full access to all our guides, a text message concierge service, and a new […]

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Chicago families can explore global cultures at first-ever Global Kids WorldFest on October 21

by Aimee Thompson @ Raising World Citizens Recent Posts

Living in a diverse city like Chicago, it often feels like you can explore different cultures just from driving from neighborhood to neighborhood across the city. But, there are those special moments when cultures converge in one place, creating a diverse world cultural microcosm where you can seemingly span the globe just by walking from table to table, from person to person and from culture to culture. And, that to me is the allure of WorldChicago’s Global Kids WorldFest, which take place for the first time at Sullivan High School (6631 N. Bosworth Ave.) in Chicago's Rogers Park neighborhood on Saturday, October 21. Taking place from 10 am – 3 pm, the one-day festival is aimed at helping Chicago families explore global cultures through food, games and crafts. Global Kids WorldFest will feature food trucks, carnival games, arts and crafts, and a kids international village. Event entry is free and activity tickets cost 25 cents. Early bird tickets are available online, and offer you the opportunity to purchase 100 activity tickets for $20. Proceeds from Global Kids WorldFest will benefit WorldChicago’s local and global programs to support citizen diplomacy by engaging the Chicago community and the world. WorldChicago is a nonprofit dedicated to promoting citizen diplomacy by empowering youth to be service-minded global citizens. It choose a special home for the first-ever Global Kids WorldFest - Sullivan High School accepted nearly 100 refugees during the 2016-2017 school year, establishing it as school committed to international diversity. With an immigrant population close to 300, that student group now makes up 45 percent of Sullivan High School’s total student population – and its student body represents over 38 countries and speaks more than 35 languages. In order to establish a mutual understanding of the opportunities and challenges of English-language learning, Sullivan High School students met with delegates from WorldChicago’s Iraqi Youth Leadership Exchange Program over the summer. And, now they’re helping to further Chicago family awareness and appreciation of global cultures through Global Kids WorldFest. So, on October 21, instead of driving through Chicago’s neighborhoods and stopping at different places in order to appreciate global cultures, I plan to make one stop at Global Kids WorldFest – and travel around the world right from there.

Chinatown Tour | Philadelphia Food Tours | Free Tours By Foot

Chinatown Tour | Philadelphia Food Tours | Free Tours By Foot


Free Tours by Foot

Check out Philadelphia's best Asian cuisine on Free Tours By Foot's Chinatown Tour. Sample the best that Philly's Chinatown has to offer on this food tour.

Red Line Food Tour - Project Nande

Red Line Food Tour - Project Nande


Project Nande

The Run Down We’re taking the Red Line to go on a food expedition that starts in Chinatown and ends on the far North side in Little Saigon. In between, we’ll make a few stops along the way for some small and not so small eats. This is an especially good guide to follow with …

Flights to Chicago (ORD) | Emirates Vietnam

Flights to Chicago (ORD) | Emirates Vietnam


Emirates Vietnam

Book flights to Chicago today. Free Wi-Fi, comfortable seats and award-winning entertainment – all part of the Emirates experience. - Emirates Vietnam

What Our Customers Are Saying…

by Steve Dolinsky @ Steve Dolinsky

“Steve’s Food Crawl was an amazing experience that was uniquely tailored for the palates of our global team.  We were very impressed with the restaurant and bar selected for our group’s outing. Top notch service, and the food and cocktails were incredible. We are looking forward to scheduling another food crawl soon.” Vanessa Reneau-Mack The Warranty […]

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Custom Group Food Tours - Chef Driven Food Tours

Custom Group Food Tours - Chef Driven Food Tours


Chef Driven Food Tours

CUSTOM GROUP FOOD TOURS Let us customize your next corporate, school, or private event for an unforgettable culinary experience. Food is our common ground, a universal experience. - James Beard Door to door pick up and drop off anywhere in Downtown Chicago Area Bonus food stops Native Chicago guides with at least 10 years professional..

Top 5 Pho in Chicago

Top 5 Pho in Chicago


Steve Dolinsky

NOTE: Just in case you've landed here from a Google search, there is a newer, updated Top 5 Pho post. I ranked all 32 of the pho joints in Chicago, complet

Fun & Unique Chicago Walking and Food Tours - Bobby's Bike Hike Chicago

Fun & Unique Chicago Walking and Food Tours - Bobby's Bike Hike Chicago


Bobby's Bike Hike

Walking tours that take you through some of the best spots in Chicago. A great way to get to know the city a little better.

September Is for Seniors

by Newseum @ Newseum

During the entire month of September, the Newseum is offering special senior discounts, classes and free guided highlights tours!
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Black Bean Challenge

by Steve Dolinsky @ Steve Dolinsky

On this edition of The Feed Podcast (where you’ll find the recipes), a Black Bean Challenge with the Chef and Owner of May Street Café & Steakhouse in Chicago.  Chef Mario Santiago joins Rick Bayless in the test kitchen to come up with an easy weeknight meal in 15 minutes or less, using a can of […]

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Flowers of Vietnam Brings It Home with Reopening

Flowers of Vietnam Brings It Home with Reopening


After5 Detroit

Southwest Detroit’s Flowers of Vietnam is back and better than ever with some of the most flavorful dishes you’ll ever find and five nights of service, Wednesday through Sunday from 5 p.m. to 12 a.m. Unless you’ve been spending your weekends under a rock, I’m sure you’ve heard about the Vietnamese pop-up that began as one night a week and evolved as a full weekend pop-up that was making magic in Southwest Detroit out of the long standing Vernor Coney Island. The Flowers of Vietnam concept, launched by Southwest Detroit native George Azar, has drawn wild attention and was dubbed one of the “Best Restaurants in America 2017” by GQ Magazine, in addition to being named one of the Detroit Free Press’ “Best New Restaurants 2017”. Flowers of Vietnam doesn’t share their Vernor Coney Island space anymore, it’s all theirs, but they did keep the light up sign that has lit up the storefront for years and years. From when you’re greeted upon entry to when you sit down and listen to the kind and knowledgeable Flowers of Vietnam team explain the menu, to when you receive your first dish hot from the kitchen to when you visit the bathroom, this place is a full experience. Yes, we said bathroom. You walk in there and have the option to be entertained by a ceiling-to-floor projection of photos as if the whole place is made of moving art parts. Standout dishes include Azar’s Caramel Chicken Wings which will literally make your mouth water and your fingers sticky. The crispy rice under their Cơm Tấm dish is as good as you’d guess, accompanied by grilled pork chop, Chinese sausage, sugarcane shrimp and a sunny side egg. The combo of Chinese sausage, shrimp and pork chop is overwhelming in the tastiest way possible. To end the night, you can order their extremely rich Egg Cream Coffee they offer for dessert. Try it spiked with bourbon, if you dare. As for cocktails and beverages, you can order from their menu of rotating drink creations, beers and wines from around the world, and their menu of drinks made by other people, where they showcase drinks from other cocktail geniuses around. The Green Suede Gatorade (a Flowers of Vietnam original cocktail) is in popular demand over there and we get it. With its refreshing taste, cool color and light citrus tang, it will remind you of early springtime. Another touch of hospitality they throw in on your way out is a blue glossy covered chocolate bonbon. Flowers of Vietnam had Detroit chocolate makers Guilt Chocolates make them their own special candy, reminiscent of their Egg Cream Coffee. Azar has spent his more recent years in kitchens all over the world, building his experience and gearing up to open his own restaurant with his own take on Vietnamese food right in his neighborhood. He’s worked at Alinea in Chicago, Bouchon in Las Vegas, and recently worked with Noma during its pop-up in Tulum, Mexico. Flowers of Vietnam 4430 W. Vernor Highway, Detroit, MI 48209 Wednesday -Sunday: 5pm to midnight   Photo credit: Facebook

Southern Food Inspired by Mississippi Delta in Wicker Park

by Steve Dolinsky @ Steve Dolinsky

There are, of course, restaurants in the Chicago area that specialize in Southern food, but most of them tend to stick to the same script: fried catfish or chicken, biscuits and a plate of shrimp and grits. However, there’s a new restaurant in Wicker Park, The Delta, where they’re focusing in on the food from the […]

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Marisol Chef Gearing Up for CPS/Pilot Light Fundraiser

by Steve Dolinsky @ Steve Dolinsky

Nearly two dozen of Chicago’s best chefs are getting together for a unique fundraiser this Friday for a non-profit called Pilot Light, which works with Chicago Public Schools children. One of the key chefs involved is Jason Hammel, known for his work at Lula Cafe. From the kitchen of his new restaurant, Marisol, inside the Museum […]

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Wright This Way Visit Oak Park for A Frank Lloyd Wright Tour Extravaganza

by Andrew @ Project Nande

Some of the city guides on Nande are free. Others, like this one, are for members only. If you’re already a member, click here to Sign In If you are thinking about joining, then click here to learn more about getting full access to all our guides, a text message concierge service, and a new […]

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Grow Good Food with Yellow Tractor Gardens

by Alicia O'Connor @ Lakeshore Magazine

For Wendy Irwin, the Founder and CEO of Yellow Tractor, this is personal.  Growing up in the shadow of Texas...

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Tour San Jose's Vietnamese Food Scene | MOFAD City

Tour San Jose's Vietnamese Food Scene | MOFAD City


Eater.com

Snack shops, comfort food, and a noodle soup empire

Digging in Down Under

by Steve Dolinsky @ Steve Dolinsky

Here is a story I wrote for The Chicago Tribune’s Travel section about my food-filled trip to Sydney and Melbourne in 2017. Click here to read it.  

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Museum Expansion

by Swedish American Museum @ Swedish American Museum

On Sept. 8, 2017 the Swedish American Museum at 5211 N. Clark St., Chicago, purchased the three-story building on its north side for future expansion. “On the heels of the return of our rooftop water tank, this opportunity to grow is exciting to us,” said Executive Director Karin Moen Abercrombie. Planning has begun for eventual ... Read More

Roberta’s Comes to Chicago, For Pizza Pop-Up

by Steve Dolinsky @ Steve Dolinsky

A taste of Bushwick is coming to Pilsen, but only for a weekend. One of New York City’s finest pizzas is made in the ovens at Roberta’s, and the team behind this Brooklyn gem will be setting up shop at Dusek’s Board & Beer for a two-day pizza pop-up, November 11 and 12. “While Chicago […]

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Proudest Moment - Chicago Pizza Tours

Proudest Moment - Chicago Pizza Tours


Chicago Pizza Tours

Not too long ago, I was being asked several questions about the business for a local magazine that was featuring Chicago Pizza Tours not only as a cool activity to do in town, but also as an interesting business.  When we got to the question “What is your proudest moment as a company?”, I was …

Vietnamese Cafe in Pilsen Offers All-Day Dining, Drinking

by Steve Dolinsky @ Steve Dolinsky

Many Vietnamese restaurants in Chicago are on Argyle Street in the Uptown neighborhood, but Cà Phê Dá in Pilsen offers Vietnamese food served at a slightly higher level. The owners of Haisous on 18th Street opened the tiny coffee shop next door, where the pastries and sandwiches are truly remarkable.

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New in the Kerstin Andersson Museum Store

by Swedish American Museum @ Swedish American Museum

Coming this spring to the Kerstin Andersson Museum Store is a product that will make pet lovers howl. Happy Pet Project Ceramic Food and Water Bowls, from Magisso, are ceramic bowls designed especially for your dogs’ and cats’ dining pleasure and health. Self-cooling ceramic pet bowls will keep pet food and water cool for hours, ... Read More

Street food isn't as scary on a guided food tour in Hanoi

Street food isn't as scary on a guided food tour in Hanoi


chicagotribune.com

An unadventurous eater dives into Hanoi's sidewalk street food scene on a guided food tour.

Chicago Restaurant Group Opens The Aviary in NYC

by Steve Dolinsky @ Steve Dolinsky

The team behind restaurants such as Alinea, Next and the Aviary has launched its first project outside of Chicago, in New York City. They’ve taken over the lobby of a mid-town hotel, and have transplanted their cutting edge cocktails, as well as their friendly Midwestern service to the Big Apple.

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Museum Youth Intern Selected for Fifth Star Rising Star Honor Roll 2017

by Swedish American Museum @ Swedish American Museum

The Museum’s IAC youth intern Renee Freville has been selected as a member of this year’s Fifth Star Rising Star Honor Roll. Renee will represent the Swedish American Museum as a visual artist at the 2017 Fifth Star Honors presented by Allstate Insurance Company. The Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events will honor ... Read More

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