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Year: 20171 201618

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Sweet Zines Are Made of Trees Sweet Zines Are Made of Trees Artist Orion Frantz pushes local creativity with handmade, limited edition zines January 07, 2016
Dare to CREAM Dare to CREAM CREAM founders Patrick Foley and Chris Hall attempt the unthinkable: making money at art June 30, 2016
What’s in Store: Chicago Music Store What’s in Store: Chicago Music Store For a nearly 100-year-old business, intimacy is key to thriving at Chicago Music Store May 19, 2016
Sounds Good: Dana Fehr Sounds Good: Dana Fehr Club Congress’ Dana Fehr has not-so-quietly engineered some of Tucson’s best live music January 07, 2016

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