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By Robert Dotson

What better way to start the summer than with the Jazz at the Shedd is a musical event that happens in the Shedd aquarium every Wednesday. In this event people come to the aquarium not only look at the different forms of sea life that live in the aquarium but they also get to have food and drinks at the sound of Jazz music being played live. The music was smooth and very enjoyable for people as it kept people feeling like they were swimming with the fishes, in a nice way. These events are open to the public every Wednesday during the Summer until October, from then on they’ll be for aquarium members only. Be prepared to be moved to the rhythm of Chicago’s best Jazz musicians, the slow and hypnotizing pulses of the spotted jellies, the slow dance of the false herrings. One can also look at the  many things that are in the Underwater Beauty, the Shedd’s newest exhibit. In the most recent event there was an LGBTQ theme with all the rainbow flags scattered around the tables and behind the music stage. Be it inside or outside, the event is bound to be a magical experience to those that go. Like a crab used to say; after all life’s better under the sea.


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