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If you're one of the 200,000 people or so that are heading to Lollapalooza, Chicago's largest annual music festival/mob scene in Grant Park this weekend, you'll haveÂ plenty of standout food options at Chow Town inside the festival grounds. But before, during, and after the festival every day it can get dicey, especially when you're among the hordes of people navigating the immediate Loop vicinity that are looking for somewhere to go upon leaving.
Music icons including Willie Nelson and Neil Young will campaign against the power of agricultural companies and the rise of genetically modified food at the 30th anniversary of Farm Aid. The musicians on Tuesday announced that the latest incarnation of Farm Aid, launched in 1985 to support struggling US farmers, would take place on September 19 in Chicago on Lake Michigan. The 30th anniversary show will include the three stars who put together the original benefit concert -- 82-year-old country legend Willie Nelson, folk rocker and activist Neil Young and heartland rocker John Mellencamp.
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) â Miranda Lambert wants more women to have the kind of success she's had, so she founded a new scholarship at Belmont University.