check out the new chicago guide
set up by david siska
here's some more basic info:
radio station info: 89.3 wnur.
this schedule is current for fall 1995.
11 pm - 12:30 am -- christopher robin. progressive house, trance,
12:30 - 2:00 am -- sun ra. chicago house, mixed tapes, and other house and roots-of-house goodies.
11 pm - 12:30 am -- rosie. acid jazz, current and classic.
12:30 - 2:00 am -- virgin boy. jungle, hard techno, frequent guest
djs including jellybean, misfit, nol-ion.
11 pm - 12:30 am -- snuggles. strictly intelligent jungle. guest
djs every week include djs slak and 3d.
12:30 - 2:00 am -- davesiska. trance, acid, house, detroit,
To: Jeff Gage
Subject: Re: mw-raves travelguide
I haven't been to Chicago too many times but I know about a few cool spots near the Belmont
area (look on a map for Clark St., it's near the lake running north and
south). On Clark is a pretty fresh record store called Grammaphone, and
right down the block from Grammaphone is a super fresh clothing store
called Untitled, with the fattest baggies in the house. In the belmont
district (north Clark) is the Alley, for you punkers out there, a cool
Dr. Martens store and a rad shoe store called Sole Junkies. There's also
a store next to Sole Junkies called Rocket 69 that is pretty much a
hippie supply store, but I managed to find a Future Sound of London tape
there. Also near Grammaphone is a mall called the Century that is pretty
cool to check out and quite a few of the stores cater to the gay scene.
One more cool place on Clark that I can think of is a place called
Midwest Stereo that carries just about any kind of gear you can think of
and their prices are pretty good (this is where I bought my 1200).
I hope this helps. Clark street is pretty rad. Park the car and do the
walking tour so as not to miss anything or get pissed cuz it's so
freakin' hard to find a parking spot.
+ last updated 5 oct 96
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