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The Hideout Looks To Raise Money For Venue, Local Artists With Special Edition Postcards

The postcards were made by five local artists who will receive 30 percent of the proceeds.

Owner Tim Tuten stands in front of The Hideout.
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BUCKTOWN — The Hideout is selling special edition postcards to benefit local artists and to raise money for the independent venue during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Prohibition Era bar/venue at 1354 W. Wabansia Ave. partnered with artists Ryan Duggan, Emily Kempf, Ethan D’Ercole, Ben Chlapek and Dmitry Samarov for the fundraiser.

You can buy postcards online in a pack of five for $12, a pack of 10 for $22 or a pack of 25 for $50. Thirty percent of the proceeds will go directly to the artists.

Credit: Ryan Duggan / The Hideout / Provided
A postcard made by Chicago artist Ryan Duggan.

You can still tip workers of The Hideout online during the restaurant and bar closure.

RELATED: The Hideout Closes Due To Coronavirus, Urges Patrons To Tip Workers Online

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