Culture sights in Chicago
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OK, it’s technically not in Andersonville or Uptown, but about a mile and a half north. Often called Chicago’s ‘International Marketplace,’ Devon Ave is an ethnic mash-up where Indian women in jewel-toned saris glide past Muslim men in white skullcaps, and Russian women in bright lipstick shop beside Orthodox men in black yarmulkes. It’s a fun destination for shopping and serial grazing on the samosas, kebabs, kosher doughnuts and other snack-shop items. Or get curried away with a full meal.