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The weekly art gallery crawl: April 24-26

The Hills Esthetic Center - 128 N. Campbell St. The Mayor, work by Marcel Alcala. Reception 6pm.

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Aspect/Ratio - 119 N. Peoria St. I Will Be Your Guide for This Session, work by Einat Amir. Reception 5-8pm.

Chicago Art Department - 1932 S. Halsted St. Confessions. Reception 7-11pm.

Comfort Station - 2579 N. Milwaukee Ave. When Are We?, work by Heinz Flores. Reception 8:30-10:30pm.

Co-Prosperity Sphere - 3219 S. Morgan St. VersionFest 15 / 100 Watts. Reception 10pm-2am.

Logan Center for the Arts - 915 E. 60th St. Go Away, Ghost Ship!, work by Alex Calhoun, Sara Rouse, Zachary Harvey, and Autumn Elizabeth Clark. Reception 6-8pm.

Morpho Gallery - 5216 N. Damen Ave. 10th Annual Juried Photography Exhibit. Reception 5:30-8:30pm.

Roots & Culture - 1034 N. Milwaukee Ave. Magalie Guerin and Ross Normandin. Reception 6-9pm.

Sullivan Galleries - 33 S. State St. MFA Show. Reception 7-9pm.

THE MISSION - 1431 W. Chicago Ave. Mental Lanscape, work by Mariana Sissia; Kal Pani, work by Maya Mackrandilal. Reception 6-8pm.

Valerie Carberry Gallery - 875 N. Michigan Ave. #2510. Inland Antic, work by Josh Dihle. Reception 6-8pm.

Zolla/Lieberman Gallery - 325 W. Huron St. Interval & Ratio, work by John Fraser; Beyond the Soviet Union, work by Vadim Katznelson. Reception 5-8pm.

Andrew Rafacz Gallery - 835 W. Washington Ave. Nebula Winners, work by Erik Frydenborg. Reception 4-6pm.

DfbrL8r - 1463 W. Chicago Ave. Double Dialogues, work by Manuel Vason and collaborators. Reception 8-11pm.

House - 4929 S. Campbell St.Nineteen, work by Victoria Fried, Alec Rudek, Georgia Notin, Matthew Ryan, Tyler Lumm, Loren Ibach, Luis Mejico, Patt Knerr, MR NICE GUY and Jen Page. Reception 6-10pm.

Slow - 2153 W. 21st St. Loo Presents: We; Snuff. Reception 6-9pm.

ADDS DONNA - 4223 W. Lake St. A.R. is not invited, work by Magda Tothova. Reception 1-4pm.

Julius CĂŚsar - 3311 W. Carroll Ave. Lactic Incorporated: Substrate Systems. Reception 1-4pm.

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Man Swipes Phone at Courthouse, Offers to Sell It Back, Prosecutors Say

Michael Martin, 35, told the victim — who called her own number using a borrowed phone — that she could meet him near Hoyne Avenue and Warren Boulevard, prosecutors said. He'd be the guy in the red hoodie.

According to a police report, officers met the victim at nearby Walgreens, 2340 W. Madison St., before heading to Hoyne and Warren. When the officers approached, the report said, Martin told them "I'm just trying to give her her phone back."

According to a police report, officers met the victim at nearby Walgreens, 2340 W. Madison St., before heading to Hoyne and Warren. When the officers approached, the report said, Martin told them "I'm just trying to give her her phone back."

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Martin swiped the phone Wednesday afternoon from one of the 210 lockers near the courthouse entrance at 2650 S. California Ave., prosecutors said.

Martin, of the 5700 block of South Wood Street, was charged with theft. Police said no mugshot was available.

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Man Threatened to Kill U.S. Rep. Danny Davis, Prosecutors Say

Renard Cantrell, 55, was charged with threatening a public official. He allegedly went to Davis' office at 2746 W. Madison St. on Tuesday morning and shouted "Where's Davis? Where's that n----? I'm gonna kill that n----," according to an arrest report.

Cook County Judge Adam Bourgeois Jr. ordered Cantrell, of the 1100 block of South Mozart Street, held in lieu of $250,000. The judge recommended electronic monitoring for Cantrell if he posts bond.

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