Nightlife & Entertainment

Pat Mac’s Trash to Treasure, Sat., Nov. 8, 7-11pm. Calling at DIYers! Pat Mac’s hosts an upcycled auction at the Cork & Kerry, 10614 S. Western Ave.  All proceeds from this event support families and cancer research at Lurie Children’s Hospital and Northwestern Memorial Hospital. $10 admission. Info: lucy.beemer@gmail.com. 

Caution at Blue Island Beer Company, Sat., Nov. 9, 8pm. One of Chicago’s favorite Grateful Dead cover bands, Caution performs at the Blue Island Beer Company, 13357 Old Western Ave. 21+. Tickets $10/ www.brownpapertickets.com$15/door  

“Rumble: Indians who Rocked the World,” Weds., Nov. 13, 6pm.  Beverly Branch Library, 1962 W. 95th St. Celebrate Native American Heritage Month with a movie screening from indigenous filmmaker Catherine Bainbridge whose work exposes a critical missing chapter in contemporary music history, how indigenous musicians helped influence popular culture. Free. 312-747-9673. 

BACinemaCoco,” Weds., Nov. 13, 7:30pm. The Beverly Arts Center, 2407 W. 111th St., screens a family holiday movie that comes with a lot of ghosts and skeletons, Pixar’s Coco explores the mythology surrounding Dia De Los Muertos. Tickets $6/ $5 BAC members. 773-445-3838, www.beverlyartcenter.org 

Open Outcry’s Harvest Fest & Bazaar: Sat., Nov. 16, 11-5pm. Open Outcry’s, 10934 S. Western, annual holiday bazaar returns for its 3rd year and will feature the best of local businesses and artisans. And while you’re shopping enjoy the exclusive Harvest Fest beer, or a seasonal cocktail with a bowl of artisanal chili. Free admission, 773-629-6055. 

The Road to Now with Bob Crawford & Ben Sawyer: Sun., Nov. 17, 7pm. The Road to Now, a podcast about the history behind important events comes to the Beverly Arts Center for a special live event. Hosts Bob Crawford and Ben Sawyer will be joined by special guest Erin Welsh of “This Podcast Will Kill You”. Tickets: $30/ $27 BAC members773-445-3838, www.beverlyartcenter.org. 

BACinema: Planes, Trains, & Automobiles: Weds., Nov. 20, 7:30pm, Beverly Arts Center.  John Hughes was the quintessential Chicago filmmaker, a writer-director who explored the nuances of the Chicagoland area and the character of its people like no other. Planes, Trains and Automobiles (1987), is a screwball comedy for people from all walks of life. Tickets $6/ $5 BAC members. 773-445-3838, www.beverlyartcenter.org. 

CJ Chenier & The Red Hot Louisiana Band: Sat., Nov. 23, 8pm, Beverly Arts CenterC.J. Chenier, a Creole born, musician delivers soulful vocals along with masterful accordion driven Zydeco and Blues at the Beverly Arts Center this month, tickets $30/ $27 BAC members. 773-445-3838, www.beverlyartcenter.org. 

 

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