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• susy’s most memorable performances are a millenium park performance and how to treat histiocytoma in dogs the wreathing of the lions at the chicago art institute how to treat histiocytoma in dogs . At millenium park she loved having the whole family on how to treat histiocytoma in dogs stage for a crowd of 20,000 on chicago’s front yard. As for the chicago art institute, she used to visit there with her father and was how to treat histiocytoma in dogs honored her family had the opportunity to perform there.

• the band is made of all nine members of the how to treat histiocytoma in dogs lucero family: susy, the mother; juan, the father, who plays guitar and sings; diego plays guitarrón and sings; miguel plays trumpet and sings; antonio plays vihuela guitar and sings; carlos plays vihuela guitar and sings; lilia plays violin, percussion, sings, and dances; maya sings, dances and plays maracas; and lastly mateo sings and plays maracas as well.

• if able to trade places with an andersonville business for how to treat histiocytoma in dogs a day, carlos would swap with george’s ice cream (5306 N clark) or the candyality (5225 N clark) because they both have delicious treats. Susy would swap with andersonville galleria (5247 N clark), as there are so many different local artists there, or crossroads (5127 N clark) to be surrounded by clothes. Lilia would swap with uptown animal hospital (5545 N clark) in order to help animals in need. Juan would swap with alleycat comics (5304 N clark) because of his love for comics or serve as waiter how to treat histiocytoma in dogs at svea restaurant (5236 N clark) for the day.

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• jarran has been curating the wine selections for andersonville’s wine walk since its inception 13 years ago, and will be once again participating for this year’s event that takes place on sunday, may 19. He talks about his experiences in curating for the wine how to treat histiocytoma in dogs walk every year and he finds that plenty of variety how to treat histiocytoma in dogs is a very important factor in his decision making, as well as weather! He likes to keep a variety of white wines and how to treat histiocytoma in dogs roses for when the weather is nice, but is always sure to have plenty of red varieties how to treat histiocytoma in dogs available for the red lovers.

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• one of her favorite memories of the area happened at how to treat histiocytoma in dogs FOURSIDED (5061 N clark) around the holidays: it was a very busy and stressful time of life how to treat histiocytoma in dogs for her, but she stopped at FOURSIDED to get a letter framed how to treat histiocytoma in dogs as a christmas gift. The store was very busy, but the owner reassured her that the frame would be how to treat histiocytoma in dogs done within a week or two. Two hours after leaving the store, shelly got a phone call – the frame was finished. The owner had seen that she was stressed and wanted how to treat histiocytoma in dogs to alleviate some of the pressure of the holidays by how to treat histiocytoma in dogs finishing one thing on her checklist. That’s when she knew that she was in a good how to treat histiocytoma in dogs spot, and has been here ever since.

• sarah ghorbanian, owner of RE: chiropractic + wellness (5347 N clark) and shelly’s close friend, was a long time resident of andersonville when they met how to treat histiocytoma in dogs at a chamber event. Her father immigrated to the united states, and through hard work and financial savvy he invested in how to treat histiocytoma in dogs multi-unit buildings to provide quality housing for people in the how to treat histiocytoma in dogs neighborhood. Sarah wanted to take that legacy and make it her how to treat histiocytoma in dogs own. Check out sarah’s podcast – episode 33 here .

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• the BWB production of othello runs through may 25 with how to treat histiocytoma in dogs a non-traditional cast that is made up of all fem-identified actors. For those of you that are not familiar with the how to treat histiocytoma in dogs story of othello , here’s a link to purchase the book through women children how to treat histiocytoma in dogs first (5233 N clark). If you don’t want to buy it, here’s the link to the chicago public library website . If you really don’t want to read it, fine – here are the cliff’s notes !

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