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Angus and Julia Stone

Although this brother-sister duo have played together off and on for more than a decade, they had never made any original songs together. Now, the Australian siblings have produced an album written entirely together. Get ready for their emotional sounds and mesmerizing melodies as they show off their new record, titled Snow.

One OK Rock

Japanese band One OK Rock fuses emo, rock, and heavy metal to create their own sound that has gained popularity since the band got its start in 2005. The band is known for its live performances, and this tour will be the first chance for fans to enjoy music from One OK Rock’s second U.S.…


The band known for its wild music videos—remember seeing its members dance on moving treadmills in “Here It Goes Again" in 2005?—showcased another stunning slowed clip when it released an empowering new single, “The One Moment,” in November. At this high-energy show, catch the Grammy-winning alt-rockers experimenting with synth and disco sounds as they play the new song and other tracks…

John Mellencamp

At this rock concert, Grammy Award winner John Mellencamp (who launched his career more than four decades ago) will play tracks off his 23rd album, Sad Clowns & Hillbillies. The 2017 record’s bluesy tracks feature rich vocals and thoughtful lyrics addressing timely topics like inequality. Bonus: The show also includes performances by Americana artist Emmylou Harris, country singer Carlene Carter, and folk-pop duo…

Train with O.A.R and Natasha Bedingfield

Party like it’s 2009 with this ensemble of hitmakers from the previous decade. Headlining band Train will prove its gift for making catchy soft-rock hits hasn’t faded by sharing tracks off its newest album, A Girl, a Bottle, a Boat. Before the well-known group takes the stage, British pop-rocker  Natasha Bedingfield will play summery anthems, and…

Aung’s Bangkok Café

This comfortable, bright Englewood spot features a menu of authentic Thai favorites. Don’t miss the papaya salad, the drunken noodle, the crab fried rice, or the creamy pumpkin curry.

Son Volt

An offshoot of ’90s alt-country group Uncle Tupelo, these Americana rockers will explore the sounds of the Deep South as they play songs from their February release, Notes of Blue. The quintet draws inspiration from legend Skip James to craft an homage to traditional Delta blues.


This Vancouver duo won over fans and critics alike with its new release Near to the Wild Heart of Life, which was inspired by James Joyce’s  A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. Five years after the career-defining album Celebration Rock, the group maintains its signature combination of classic rock and spitfire punk.…

Pino’s Place

This Tuscan-inspired Englewood eatery offers comfort food staples. Start with an order of the meatballs and move on to a classic pizza or pasta dish. Indulge in the panna cotta for dessert.

Englewood Grand

Although the focus at this comfortable bar is on the booze, you'll also find vegetarian chili and a classic Midwest-style ground beef sandwich.

Modern Market

Enjoy freshly prepared salads, soups, sandwiches, and pizza made from simple and whole ingredients. Try a brick-oven baked pizza or the flatiron salad with steak, Gorgonzola cheese, and caramelized onions. Multiple locations.

Patxi’s Pizza

Known for deep-dish Chicago-style pies. Try the "stuffed" variety: deep-dish pizza with the bottom crust stacked with toppings and cheese, followed by a second crust, topped with house-made marinara. Lighter, hand-tossed thin-crust pizzas are also available.

Pino’s Neighborhood Pizzeria & Wine Bar

A casual, family-friendly spot loved for their hand-tossed thin crust pizzas, featuring fresh ingredients. Try the Calabrese, a pie with white sauce, Gorgonzola, soppressata, red pepper flakes and red onions. Be on the look out for the "pizza of the week".

Marco’s Coal-Fired Pizza (Englewood)

Formerly known as Racca's Pizzeria Napoletana, this spot serves Neapolitan-style pies with imported artisanal cheeses and local produce. Start your meal with an order of the coal-fired limoncello wings. Multiple locations.

Cafe 180

"Eat what you want and pay what you can" is the motto at this nonprofit restaurant. A favorite is the hearty meatball sandwich made with Italian marinara sauce on a toasted baguette.

India’s Castle

Do you prefer mild, medium, or spicy? At this authentic eatery, enjoy the tantalizing flavors of unique herbs and exotic Indian cuisine. Try the chicken ticca kabob.

Shanghai Kitchen

The large menu features Chinese, Vietnamese, and Thai dishes. Try one of the chef's specialty dishes, such as the volcano shrimp or super nova.

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