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The DR Front Tine Tiller has (as the name hints at), tilling tines in the front. The tines rotate forward and are the tiller's self-propulsion mechanism as well as the tilling tool. A drag stake in the rear is used to hold the tiller back, providing resistance that allows the tines to slip through the soil. The Front Tine Tiller is best for established gardens. It's great for breaking up clods and integrating organic matter into your soil.

Jazz & Blues Photo Exhibition:  A Photographer’s View
Café Logan
In conjunction with the annual Hyde Park Jazz Festival and the Logan Center Bluesfest, this exhibition celebrates Chicago’s vibrant jazz and blues scene and showcases the talents of Chicago are photographers whose work includes original images of Chicago-based jazz and blues musicians.

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