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How can Chicago achieve economic prosperity, not only in its commercial center but in its neighborhoods? Leading voices from business, labor and education will address that question during a discussion moderated by Tribune Editorial Board member Greg Burns. This event is part of the Editorial Board’s “A New Plan of Chicago” initiative.
In the spirit of Daniel Burnham, the editorial board of the Chicago Tribune has asked readers for a new “Plan of Chicago” to address the challenges facing our city. In 2014, “Chicago Forward” will dig deeper into those issues that matter most to Chicagoans. Read the editorial board series at chicagotribune.com/plan.
$20, 6 p.m., Venue Six10 at Spertus Institute, 610 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago.
All ticket sales benefit Chicago Tribune Foundation, funding education, arts and journalism programs in low-income communities.
$10 discounted parking is available with Venue SIX10 validation at The Essex Inn (2 blocks south of Venue SIX10 at 800 S. Michigan Ave.) Enter on 8th Street between Michigan Ave. and Wabash Ave.
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