The past few years have been tumultuous (to say the least) for musical power-couple Jay-Z and Beyoncé, but the pair has weathered the rough times and is getting ready to celebrate with—what else?—a co-headlining tour. Dubbed OTR II (a nod to their 2014 On the Run tour), the stadium show will mash up Jay's increasingly conscientious hip-hop with Bey's immaculately choreographed anthems. Plus, we wouldn't be surprised if Blue Ivy makes a cameo.
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Lengthen, strengthen and tone your muscles in a pilates class at Lou Conte Dance Studio
Hit up several pubs and speakeasies in the Loop and South Loop on this boozy tour
Take this Python programming class to increase your technical savvy and boost your resume
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