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Bar Fri Mar 27 2009

Friday Fish Fry Fun @ Irish American Heritage Center

Whether you're Irish or Catholic or neither or both, you can enjoy Irish music and fare at the Fifth Province within the Irish American Heritage Center. Every Friday through April 10, the Center hosts a fish fry and Irish music from bands like The Dooley Brothers and Seamus O'Kane & Jimmy Moore. Plenty of Irish beer and cider on tap, too. Music starts at 9pm. $12 cover.

Irish American Heritage Center
4626 N Knox Ave

 

Erin Murphy / March 30, 2009 12:55 PM

Oh hey the $12 is for the all you can eat fish fry. We do not have a cover if you just wish to come for the music. Saturdays during lent feature our normal pub grub menu.
Come check us out!

American Red Cross of Greater Chicago / March 31, 2009 10:48 AM

How to Solve a Fishy Problem:

With Lent in full swing, fish has been making a bigger splash on dinner plates! But did you know that over 60 percent of choking incidents in children are food-related* with fish bones cited as a potential cause*? For all those other times that you cannot go to tasty fish fries and have to prepare fish at home, fish bones may initially go unnoticed. When swallowed, they can pose a serious hazard for children and adults alike!

Mishaps happen, but being prepared is no accident. Keep your family safe this Lenten season and for the rest of the year, too. The American Red Cross of Greater Chicago offers basic life-saving courses on CPR and First Aid that will teach you how to recognize the signals of when someone is choking and train you how to properly take action. Learn from skilled instructors and interactive demonstrations, and get valuable hands-on practice so you will be ready when you need to be!

For a listing of health and safety training classes available in your area, visit www.chicagoredcross.org or call (312) 729-6100 for more information.

*Consumer Federation of America
*Centers for Disease

American Red Cross of Greater Chicago / March 31, 2009 10:49 AM

How to Solve a Fishy Problem:

With Lent in full swing, fish has been making a bigger splash on dinner plates! But did you know that over 60 percent of choking incidents in children are food-related* with fish bones cited as a potential cause*? For all those other times that you cannot go to tasty fish fries and have to prepare fish at home, fish bones may initially go unnoticed. When swallowed, they can pose a serious hazard for children and adults alike!

Mishaps happen, but being prepared is no accident. Keep your family safe this Lenten season and for the rest of the year, too. The American Red Cross of Greater Chicago offers basic life-saving courses on CPR and First Aid that will teach you how to recognize the signals of when someone is choking and train you how to properly take action. Learn from skilled instructors and interactive demonstrations, and get valuable hands-on practice so you will be ready when you need to be!

For a listing of health and safety training classes available in your area, visit www.chicagoredcross.org or call (312) 729-6100 for more information.

*Consumer Federation of America
*Centers for Disease

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Beer Mon Apr 28 2014

Craft Beer, Community and Creativity: An Interview with Locally Brewed Author Anna Blessing

By Christina Brandon

In the introduction to Locally Brewed: Portraits of Craft Breweries from America's Heartland, author and photographer Anna Blessing writes that she wants "to tell the story of the people behind the beer."
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