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1. Bags: Bags, also known as bean bag toss, is a nickname for Cornhole, a game originating in Ohio. The game requires two b...  
2. Cell, The: "The Cell" refers to U.S. Cellular Field, formerly Comiskey Park, the home of Chicago's south-side baseball team th...  
3. Lyric Opera of Chicago, The: The Lyric Opera performs in the Civic Opera Building, built in 1929 at 20 North Wacker between Madison and Washingt...
4. Chicago's Downtown Theatre District: Located in the Loop, the Downtown Theatre District is home to several landmark theaters like the Chicago Theatre, t...  
5. Ford Center for the Performing Arts/Oriental Theatre, The: The Oriental Theatre is located in Chicago's Downtown Theatre District in the Loop. It has been home to an open run...  
6. Goodman Theatre, The: The Goodman Theatre is part of Chicago's Downtown Theatre District in the Loop. It's the oldest running non-profit ...  
7. Jay Pritzker Pavilion: Located in Millennium Park, the Jay Pritzker Pavilion is a band shell and open air amphitheater. It's the new home ...  
8. House of Blues, The: The House of Blues is a live music venue, restaurant, and bar. The Chicago venue is located on State Street in Mari...  
9. Cadillac Palace Theatre: The Cadillac Palace Theatre is currently owned by the Broadway in Chicago company. It's located in Chicago's Theatr...  
 
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