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Logan Theatre

Photograph: Andrew Nawrocki
Logan Theater
Logan Square
Venue name: Logan Theatre
Address: 2646 N Milwaukee Ave
Chicago

Cross street: at Kedzie Ave
Venue phone: 773-252-0628
Transport: El stop: Blue to Logan Square. Bus: 56, 76.
Price: $7
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