The Market Takes Place Every Sunday From 10:00 am to 3:00 pm Through October 26th
Logan Bl. from Milwaukee Av. to Whipple
Originally inspired by different ballad styles: dust bowl, neo soul, holy roll, Anthony writes songs by stealing from every attainable genre. The Amen Brothers take those punning love poems and mold them into something hip. Alex Knapp, who I've seen shoulder the weight of a baby grand, plays everything but mostly cello. Ed Yanasak, a balladeer himself, played Jazz trombone for most of his life and does so in this group. 'T' Powell # 5, hound of the Green Mill, plucks and bows the upright. Nathan Staley, who is formally trained in hitting things with hands, mallets, and sticks, plays the drums. Most of The Amen Brother's tunes are about social/historical events, but if you call it political, they will scoff loudly in your face. The Brothers have no affiliations.
Visit with volunteers from the CAPS program and learn how participating in the program can help keep you and your neighborhood safe. Find where and when your next beat meeting will take place.
Anna Mayer-Huls of @Properties will be available to answer any questions about real estate, the Chicago market, Logan Square, short sales and foreclosures.
32nd Ward Alderman Scott Waguespack will be at one of the Community Tents to meet his constituents and answer their questions and concerns.
(CSA From Radical Root Farm)
Several weeks ago we asked our 2014 Farmers to fill out a survey with all the information we would need to create a guide for you to use when deciding on your CSA. Thanks to all those who responded, we have a information-packed brochure available for download.
(Please Note: The layout is meant for tri-folded brochures so it may look strange as a pdf).
Questions? Wondering what a CSA is? Read more here: http://www.localharvest.org/csa/
More Questions? Email email@example.com
Happy CSA Hunting!