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Update: Chicago Symphony Orchestra, striking musicians have reached a tentative labor agreement. No word on the details.
Previous Story: Musicians with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra are in day three of a strike. Today negotiations started up again between the C.S.O. and musicians. Employees set down their instruments Saturday night over possible pay cuts and increased health care costs, which forced the season's first Saturday show to be canceled. The contract expired more than a week ago, but musicians played two shows earlier in the week before the talks broke down. It's the first C.S.O. strike since 1991.