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Chicago comedy spotlight for June 19-25

Snubfest at Under the Gun Theater, 956 W. Newport, 8:00 p.m.

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The Riff at Gallery Cabaret, 2020 N. Oakley, 7:00 p.m. A unique open mic hosted by the kates. Comedians get a last-minute topic and deliver a surprise four-minute riff.

The MEAT Improv Live Train Tour at iO, 1501 N. Kingsbury, 7:00 p.m. Hosts Josh Simpson and Jake Jabbour are traveling from LA to...

The MEAT will be at the Annoyance Theatre, 851 W. Belmont Ave. at 9:30 p.m.

Top Ten Tuesdays at The Laugh Factory, 3175 N. Broadway, 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.

Chicago Underground Comedy at Beat Kitchen, 2100 W. Belmont, 9:30 p.m. Chicago Underground Comedy is one of comedy’s most groundbreaking showcases where Cameron Esposito, Beth Stelling, TJ Miller, Dan Telfer, Kumail Nanjiani, just to name a few, got their start. Produced by Meredith Kachel.

Laughs in the Lounge at Rogers Park Social, 6920 N. Glenwood, 9:00 p.m. Featuring Tim Cox, Lauren Hooberman, Cody Melcher, Soli Santos and Ruby Western. Hosted by Marla Depew. Free show. Donations accepted.

Comedians You Should Know at Timothy O’Toole’s, 622 N. Fairbanks Ct., 9:30 p.m. Joe Kilgallon hosts Reena Calm, Marty DeRosa, Dan Perlman, Lane Pieschel, Tyler Snodgrass and Taneshia Rice.

Rat Pack Comedy at The Holiday Club, 4000 Sheridan Rd., 8:00 p.m. Headliner: Kelsie Huff (Open Mic, The Kates, Windy City Live). Featuring: Chris Higgins, Jane Harrison, Chris Trani and James Fischer. Hosted by Terence Hartnett.

Group Improvised Comedy at Comedy Clubhouse, 1462 N. Ashland, 8:00 p.m. Long form improv (20-25 minutes) by three teams of up...

AJ’s Chicago Goodbye at The Playground Theater, 3209 N. Halsted, 8:00 p.m. Chicago is losing AJ to LA, but we’ll be hearing...

Funny Ha Ha at The Hideout, 1354 W. Wabansia, 6:30 p.m. Funny Ha Ha was founded thirteen years ago by authors John...

Laughs That Keep You Jung at Stage 773, 1225 W. Belmont, 8:00 p.m. Award-winning group of psychotherapists by day, improv/sketch showcase by night. Groundbreakers in the connection between mental health and comedy.

WellRed Comedy Tour at Thalia Hall, 1607 S. Allport, 8:00 p.m. Trae Crowder, Drew Morgan and Corey Ryan Forrester are touring the country to celebrate their best-seller, Liberal Redneck Manifesto: Draggin Dixie Outta the Dark. 

Lola Balatro at CIC Theater, 1420 W. Irving Park Rd., 10:30 p.m. Lola Balatro with Pimprov.

The Revival Hour at The Revival, 1160 E 55th St., 7:30 p.m. A diverse evening of sketch, improv, solo performance and music “from...

Kyle Ayers’ Boast Rattle at Schubas, 3159 N. Southport, 7:00 p.m. Not your typical Roast, this is a battle of the compliments. Featuring Meredith Kachel, Marty DeRosa, Sarah Shockey, Alex Kumin, Matty Ryan, and Dan Sheehan.

    Chicago comedy spotlight for Monday, June 19-Sunday, June 25, 2017
    In town: MEAT podcast hosts Josh Simpson and Jake Jabbour, Justin Hires, Bruce Bruce, Kyle Ayers, and the authors of Liberal Redneck Manifesto, Trae Crowder, Drew Morgan and Corey Ryan Forrester. In the news: The Open Mic series, created by Kelsie Huff and Daryl Moon has been accepted into the Best Shorts Competition, a worldwide showcase for...
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Tour updated apartments on the River North / Gold Coast border

You’ll get a rent credit of up to $300 when you book an appointment online. You can also start your Gold Coast or River North apartment hunt at any of Planned’s high-rises in those neighborhoods, or start your Lincoln Park or Lakeview search at the leasing center at 806 W Belmont Ave.

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100 West Chestnut is a pet-friendly, full-amenity apartment tower on the border of the Gold Coast and River North neighborhoods.

    Tour updated apartments on the River North / Gold Coast border
    100 West Chestnut is a pet-friendly, full-amenity apartment tower on the border of the Gold Coast and River North neighborhoods. The apartments have been recently updated and have plank flooring throughout the living areas and kitchens with stainless steel appliances and granite countertop. One-bedrooms rent from just $1,670 a month.
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Chicago comedy spotlight for June 15-18

Save Ferris: the Unofficial Sequel to Ferris Bueller's Day Off at Under the Gun Theater, 956 W. Newport, 9:00 p.m. Through July 7. Summer moves pretty fast. If you don't go, you could ... well, you know.

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Sixth Annual Chicago Women’s Funny Festival at Stage 773, 1225 W. Belmont, 8:00 p.m. Featuring Chicago's great women in comedy with guest acts from all over the country. The line-ups are fantastic every day. Festival passes are available. Through Sunday. Follow link for all show times.

Parlour Car at Bar DeVille, 701 N. Damon, 9:00 p.m. Free, acclaimed stand-up showcase. Named “Best Stand Up Show in...

Savage Love Live 2017 at The Music Box Theatre, 3733 N. Southport, 8:00 p.m. Live taping of Dan Savage's relationship advice podcast with special guest Kristin Toomey and more TBA. .

Group Improvised Comedy at Comedy Clubhouse, 1462 N. Ashland, 8:00 p.m. Long form improv (20-25 minutes) by three teams of up...

Messing with a Friend at The Annoyance Theatre, 851 W. Belmont, 10:30 pm. This is a show where the improvisers morph from character to character...

Don’t Kid Yourself: Story Times at Volumes Bookcafé, 1474 N. Milwaukee Ave., 8:00 p.m. Caitlin Checkeroski and David Freeburg host Ralph LaGuerre, Rebecca Loeser, Derek Moulds, Casey Larwood, and Adam Burke. Comedy about “the weirdness of childhood.”

W. Kamau Bell at The Park West, 322 W. Armitage, 8:00 p.m. Note: venue changed from The Vic. W. Kamau Bell got his...

Megan Mullally and Stephanie Hunt at City Winery, 1200 W. Randolph, 8:00 p.m. Here as the musical duo Nancy and Beth.

You’re Being Ridiculous at Women & Children First, 5233 N. Clark, 7:30 p.m. YBR appears at this famed Chicago bookstore’s annual Pride Show. Featuring Brooke Allen, Anna Besmann, Bea Cordelia, Ryan Hamlin, Elliot Hobaugh,Jeremy Owens, C Russell Price, and Rolo Rodriguez.

Guest List Presents Felonious Munk at 1821 W. Hubbard St, 8:00 p.m. Felonious Munk was a writer and panelist for The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore and is a guest host on Windy City Live.

Pride Fest at iO, 1501 N. Kingsbury, 12:00 p.m. Free event. Happenings throughout the day and night. Follow link to learn more.

The Young Hustle Show: Father's Day Edition at The Laugh Factory, 3175 N. Broadway, 6:00 p.m. Featuring Clay Hurlbut, St James Jackson, Josh Otusanya, Bill Beteet and more TBA.

    Chicago comedy spotlight for Thursday, June 15-Sunday, June 18, 2017
    In town: Gary Owen, Erin Foley, Megan Mullally and Stephanie Hunt, Dan Savage, and Reformed Whores. W. Kamau Bell and Dave Helem return to their comedy hometown. Then there are too many excellent acts to list at the Sixth Annual Chicago Women's Funny Festival. Follow link below for details.
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Put Your Money Where Your Pride Is: The LGBTQ Businesses Of Chicago

...studio also offers hair and makeup styling, waxing and coloring. Plus, it's dog friendly. 952 W. Newport Ave., Wrigleyville...

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The 48th Annual Chicago Pride Parade kicks off at noon on June 25 at the corner of Montrose and Broadway in Uptown. 

...Bagel began with treasured family recipes brought from the Old World in the 1950s at Kedzie and Lawrence. Since 1992, though, The Bagel has been at the corner of Broadway and Barry on...

...at Kedzie and Lawrence. Since 1992, though, The Bagel has been at the corner of Broadway and Barry on Lakeview's eastern border, with a second location in Skokie. The classic Jewish deli...

...The classic Jewish deli makes steaming hot oatmeal, lox and fried matzos just like Bubbe. 3107 N. Broadway, Lakeview...

...smashed potato bowl. B'Gabs offers meal plans, juice cleanses along with delivery via Grubhub. 1450 E. 57th St., Hyde Park...

...pub grub and serves as a Pride destination and LGBTQ-friendly hang-out year-round. 3352 N. Halsted St., Boystown...

...the diner has expanded to include Mary's Attic lounge and Andersonville Brewing next door. 5400 N. Clark St., Andersonville...

...declared themselves "hooked for life" on her cupcakes, tres leches and Ferrero Rocher mousse cake. 3301 N. Sheffield Ave., Wrigleyville...

...brunch menu to the wine bar and restaurant inside the Andersonville Pastoral. Bar Pastoral/Pastoral, 2945-47 N. Broadway, Lakeview; Appellation/Pastoral, 5212 N. Clark St., Andersonville; Pastoral, 53 E. Lake St., Loop; Pastoral...

...restaurant inside the Andersonville Pastoral. Bar Pastoral/Pastoral, 2945-47 N. Broadway, Lakeview; Appellation/Pastoral, 5212 N. Clark St., Andersonville; Pastoral, 53 E. Lake St., Loop; Pastoral, 131 N. Clinton St., French Market...

...Pastoral/Pastoral, 2945-47 N. Broadway, Lakeview; Appellation/Pastoral, 5212 N. Clark St., Andersonville; Pastoral, 53 E. Lake St., Loop; Pastoral, 131 N. Clinton St., French Market...

...Lakeview; Appellation/Pastoral, 5212 N. Clark St., Andersonville; Pastoral, 53 E. Lake St., Loop; Pastoral, 131 N. Clinton St., French Market...

...the arts, like with a post-Pride brunch benefit for the Raven Theater June 25. 1133 W. Granville Ave., Edgewater...

R Public House: Owned by long-time Rogers Parker Renee Labrana, R Public House is a community-oriented restaurant and watering hole that also raises money for women's health, LGBTQ issues, immigration rights and more. 1508 W. Jarvis Ave., Rogers Park.

...menu of small plates, sandwiches, Irish entrees and side dishes, brunch and gluten-free options. 3130 N. Broadway, Lakeview...

Avenue Tavern: Since 2003, the green-and-white checkered Avenue Tavern has stood at Broadway and Oakdale, in the former Bulldog Road corner space. With stand-out dishes like a chicken mashed...

...huge" Detroit fan, so expect to see Red Wings and Spartans on the big screens. 2916 N. Broadway, Lakeview...

...more. Stop in for a themed night or just hang out with friends and family. 5024 N. Sheridan Road, Uptown...

...place that welcomes all parts of the community and also hosts benefits for LGBTQ causes. 3325 N. Broadway, Lakeview...

...country music and gay rodeos to include drag performances, line dancing lessons and karaoke nights. 3726 N. Broadway, Lakeview...

...Ms. Ruff n' Stuff and Naysha Lopez from Season Eight of "RuPaul's Drag Race." 3458 N. Halsted St., Boystown...

Little Jim's: Chicago's longest running gay bar was a Boystown homesteader when it opened in 1975. "Little" Jim Gates ran the bar until he sold it in 2014 to the property owner. Since then, they've been working to expand with Big Jim's next door, which opened recently. 3501 N. Halsted St., Boystown.

...atmosphere. Benjamin Allen, who owned the Horseshoe and The North End Bar, died last year. 3169 N. Halsted St., Boystown...

The North End: For 32 years, The North End has retained its dive bar-like charm on the literal north end of Boystown. With billiards, darts and sports-watching, the bar continues to be a go-to spot for a casual time, inexpensive drinks and free popcorn. 3733 N. Halsted St., Boystown.

...bathroom that could be considered a sign that the bar lives up to its name. 3359 N. Halsted St., Boystown...

...fun events like skee ball tournaments and has specials like free burgers on Sunday afternoons. 2833 N. Sheffield Ave., Lakeview; 3439 N. Halsted St., Boystown; 5358 N. Clark St., Andersonville...

...tournaments and has specials like free burgers on Sunday afternoons. 2833 N. Sheffield Ave., Lakeview; 3439 N. Halsted St., Boystown; 5358 N. Clark St., Andersonville...

...free burgers on Sunday afternoons. 2833 N. Sheffield Ave., Lakeview; 3439 N. Halsted St., Boystown; 5358 N. Clark St., Andersonville...

...husband team Erik Archambeault and William Meek, this family-owned tavern is a sweet retreat. 6920 N. Glenwood Ave., Rogers Park...

...showcasing some of the industry's biggest stars), dance parties, celebrity sightings and theme nights. 3356 N. Halsted St., Boystown...

...Mayor Rahm Emanuel joined activists and defendants in 2015 when gay marriage became legal nationwide. 3349 N. Halsted St., Boystown...

...from their extensive wine and whiskey menus, along with craft beer, cocktails and small bites. 3530 N. Halsted St., Boystown...

...the studio creates lights made out of trumpets and pipes, robot lights and custom pieces. 5224 N. Clark St., Edgewater...

Asrai Garden: What began in 1999 as a 23-year-old entrepreneur's first flower shop has blossomed to include a line of apothecary products, jewelry, tarot cards and home goods along with its bouquets and wedding flowers. 1935 W. North Ave., Bucktown.

...discounts on gently-used furniture, home decor, clothes and more. Bonus: donations are tax-deductible. 5404 N. Clark St., Andersonville...

...Find the latest pieces from designers like Andrew Christian, PUMP, Pistol Pete and Nasty Pig. 3331 N. Broadway, Boystown...

...open since 2001 and has been named Chicago's Best Sex Shop several years running. 5044 N. Clark St., Uptown...

Flashes: Flashes has been making Chicago look and feel fabulous since 1983. Not only can stylists take clients beauty to new heights, the salon offers Swedish, deep tissue and Thai massages from licensed professionals. 3740 N. Broadway, Lakeview. 

...across the North Side make it easy to express yourself and show off local pride. 2939 N. Broadway, 2958 N. Clark St. and 5061 N. Clark St., Lakeview and Andersonville...

...Side make it easy to express yourself and show off local pride. 2939 N. Broadway, 2958 N. Clark St. and 5061 N. Clark St., Lakeview and Andersonville...

...express yourself and show off local pride. 2939 N. Broadway, 2958 N. Clark St. and 5061 N. Clark St., Lakeview and Andersonville...

Humboldt House: Filled with work from local and emerging Chicago makers, this West Town shop shop has jewelry, furniture, rugs, dishware, aromatherapy and other home decor. 1045 N. California Ave., Humboldt Park.

...with animal shelters like It's a Pittie Rescue to find home for loveable pets. 5028 N. Clark St., Andersonville...

...Way" card. Find his cards at Whole Foods Englewood and online. Shop online and at 832 W. 63rd St., Englewood...

...Hyde Park, online or at pop-up events. Available online and at The Silver Room, 1503 E. 53rd St., Hyde Park...

Shirts Illustrated: Out and proud? New bride or groom? On a softball team? Say it with a custom T-shirt. Shirts Illustrated offers personalized printing, embroidery, promotional items, clothing and more. 1340 W. Belmont Ave., Lakeview.

...a 24-carat gold corkscrew to a $350 minimalist bird cage Bluetooth speaker and light. 1937 N. Damen Ave., Wicker Park...

...and in its Boystown storefront. The shop also offers adult workshops, private shopping and parties. 3459 N. Halsted St., Boystown...

...LGBTQ texts and resources like no other. Looking for a certain title? Check them out. 3251 N. Broadway, Boystown...

...their best self. The salon promises to provide a balance between inner and outer beauty. 3161 N. Halsted St., Boystown...

Vintuition: Bold jewelry and silky kimonos stand out at this Wicker Park boutique, but the shop offers a wide range of products. From feathered leather shoes to bright art prints, there's no end to the surprises shoppers will unearth at Vintuition. 1250 W. Van Buren St., West Loop.

...2014 to two longtime employees, and it remains an LGBTQ-owned mainstay to this day. 5233 N. Clark st., Andersonville...

...his product into stardom. The museum is open on weekends from 1-4 p.m. 5358 N. Ashland Ave., Edgewater...

Gerber Hart Library: Stop into the Midwest's largest circulating collection of LGBTQ books, resources, historical items and more at the Gerber Hart Library in Rogers Park. Bonus: It's co-located with the new Howard Brown Health Center. 6500 N. Clark St., Rogers Park.

...benefited organizations like Deborah's Place, Broadway Youth Center and Thresholds Mothers Project. MCL Chicago, 3110 N. Sheffield Ave., Lakeview...

...LGBTQ, gay, kink, leather and fetish communities and their rich history and contributions in Chicago. 6418 N. Greenview Ave., Rogers Park...

...work displayed, and the gallery runs the gambit from old-school classics to modern art. 3306 N. Halsted St., Boystown...

PATRON Gallery: A contemporary art gallery that seeks to be a patron itself, protecting and supporting artists "from all walks of life." 673 N. Milwaukee Ave., West Town.

...new works with LGBTQ themes or characters created by artists as diverse as their productions. 4139 N. Broadway, Uptown...

...meet the needs of women, people of color and people who are transgender or queer. 2557 W. North Ave., Humboldt Park...

...Woods and web series like "Brown Girls," an intersectional response to Lena Dunham's "Girls." Diversey and Richmond, Logan Square...

...also produces Queercast, nightlife coverage and the Out! Resource Guide. On newsstands weekly and online; 5315 N. Clark St., Edgewater...

...slicked-back pompadour, crazy Shakira curls or a sleek bob, we have got you covered." 2925 W. Diversey Ave., Logan Square...

...full of their work, the shop also regularly partners with dozens of guest tattoo artists. 3419 W. Fullerton Ave., Logan Square...

...care, makeup styling and waxing for "A-list celebrity treatment at D-list celebrity prices." 3353 N. Clark St., Lakeview...

Char Schoenbach Insurance: For two decades, Char Schoenbach has run the Allstate insurance agency in Boystown. As one of the first agents in Chicago to work with members of the LGBTQ community, Schoenbach provides car, homeowners and life insurance. 3322 N. Halsted St., Boystown.

...integration or on-demand support, the folks at CIT have dozens of years of experience. 500 N. Michigan Ave., Downtown...

Cramer Public Relations & Events: Specializing in art, entertainment and hospitality, CPR & Events offers media coaching, consultation, event coordination and social media marketing. Its clients range from Do 312 and Grindr to Spring Awakening and Riot Fest. 2354 N. Milwaukee Ave., Logan Square.

...of free design to a nonprofit, from photo and video services to research and marketing. 2701 W. Thomas St., West Town...

...back." Everything from men's barbering to color, cuts and extensions can be found here. 3255 N. Broadway, Boystown...

...and vacation care, pet taxi and other transportation and care for cats, rabbits and birds. Ravenswood and Lawrence, Uptown...

...exposed brick walls and luminous chandeliers provide for a charming experience in a modern salon. 3251 W. Fullerton Ave., Logan Square...

...and speaks at events on the art of saying "no," setting goals and time management. 6045 N. Lincoln Ave., West Ridge...

...and it has worked for top brands like Patagonia, The Second City, Pitchfork and Wolverine. 1539 N. Damen Ave., Wicker Park...

...their most frequent projects are planning weddings in some of Chicago's most spectacular venues. 2401 W. Hirsch St., Wicker Park...

SpeedPro Imaging: All your printing needs can be met at this queer-owned printing studio in West Town. From banners to elevator wraps to wall murals, SpeedPro promises "superb results" and decades of experience. 2130 W. Fulton St., West Town.

West Town Home + Decor: Formerly West Town Reup, this design studio from Patricia Hall and Erin Schremp offers a modern vintage/bohemian minimalist take on interior design. 2136 W. Chicago Ave., West Town.

...Laing founded the doula agency after directing the state's first such center, Dana Mothercare. 3717 N. Ravenswood Ave., Lakeview...

...members of the LGBTQ community might face like HIV discrimination or same-sex relationship rights. 5816 S. Indiana Ave., Unit 2, Washington Park...

...more. The investigative medical services are free and research is led by board-licensed physicians. 5149 N. Ashland Ave., Andersonville...

Knecht Chiropractic Clinic: Andrew Knecht offers specialized chiropractic services for pregnancy care, weight loss, rehabilitation and other causes of pain along the back and spine. 3444 N. Halsted St., Boystown.

...mouthwash to free condoms and HIV/STI testing. Membership starts at $7 for one month. 3246 N. Halsted St., Boystown...

...Illinois Chicago and Latin School of Chicago. Rising Phoenix offers classes for children and adults. 3727 N. Broadway, Lakeview...

    Put Your Money Where Your Pride Is: The LGBTQ Businesses Of Chicago
    BOYSTOWN - Supporting businesses owned by people who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender or queer is one of the best ways allies can help level the playing field, advocates say. "That's how we get ahead, quite frankly," said queer and femme entrepreneur Kristen Kaza. "Money matters, and money makes things happen.
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  • Wow.
    How many businesses DID'NT they mention!
    We like R public house. However we used to LOVE R public house.
    We happened to be there one night when an off duty employee made a scene with a patron.
    BOTH were drunk.
    Renee (whom we've met before) didn't do much to...

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    Wow.
    How many businesses DID'NT they mention!
    We like R public house. However we used to LOVE R public house.
    We happened to be there one night when an off duty employee made a scene with a patron.
    BOTH were drunk.
    Renee (whom we've met before) didn't do much to stop this very disturbing event though she was steps away.
    We don't go out to see this sort of thing and frankly, makes us nervous to go back.
    We want her to succeed.
    We also want her to handle these types of things WHILE they happen.

  • Mad About RP Enduring the hatred from the left in RP

    ^same here used to go 2x per week. But then I witnessed extremely aggressive behavior there on 2 occasions. Once was even on a Sunday morning during brunch!

  • Jeffrey Littleton Yes, I painted my own profile photo, its what I do

    Have any "LGBTQ owned business" in Chicafo actually suffered for patronage in the city of Chicago?

    This isn't Kansas.

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    RENOVATION OF EXISTING 3-STORY 3-UNIT CONDOMINIUM WITH A 4TH FLOOR ADDITION AND DUPLEX TO THE 3RD FLOOR. CONSTRUCT A 4-STORY OPEN METAL REAR EXIT STAIR. THE PERMIT IS FOR THE FRONT HOUSE ONLY. THE USE IS RESIDENTIAL. **Certified Plan Corrections Project - Conditional Permit: Subject to field inspections **

    827 W. Roscoe St. Issued June 9, 2017 Comment

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Love a Good BYOB Place? Head to Lakeview

Cozy Noodles n' Rice  |  3456 N. Sheffield Avenue  |  773-237-0100

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Tango Sur  |  3763 N. Southport Avenue  |  773-477-5466

Troy Mediterranean Grill  |  2908 N. Broadway Street  |  773-770-3866

Chilam Balam  |  3023 N. Broadway Street  |  773-296-6901

Rollapalooza  |  3344 N. Halsted Street  |  773-281-6400

5411 Empanadas  |  2850 N. Clark Street  |  773-755-5411

BIG & little's  | 1034 W. Belmont Avenue  |  773-857-6677

    Love a Good BYOB Place? Head to Lakeview
    BYOB restaurants can be a great alternative to places with pricey cocktails. Bring your own booze and you’ll save a ton of cash! So, gather up a group of friends and a couple bottles of rosé on a warm summer night (or a six pack of beers if that's more your style).
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Weekend picks: Saint Motel headlines Two Brothers Summer Festival

Fools' Brew, LevRage, Bullet To The Heart, What Lies Ahead: 9 p.m. Friday, June 2, at Underground Lounge, 952 W. Newport Ave., Chicago. $10. (773) 871-4343 or theundergroundchicago.com.

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...Baker Memorial United Methodist Church, 307 Cedar Ave., St. Charles, then at Grace Lutheran Church, 7300 Division St., River Forest. $35; $30 seniors; $10 students. (630) 513-5272 or stcharlessingers.com. 7:30...

Improvised Jane Austen, an all-female improv comedy team, will create a new tale in the style of famed 19th-century novelist Jane Austen at the McKaw Theater, 1439 W. Jarvis in Rogers Park, Chicago. $10. improvisedjaneausten.com. 8 p.m. Friday, June 2

Catch up with Jena Friedman, a comedian and former producer of "The Daily Show," when she shares a standup bill with Rebecca O'Neil as part of a comedy festival tonight at The Hideout, 1354 W. Wabansia Ave., Chicago. $15. 26comedy.com. 10:30 p.m. Friday, June 2

The Way Down Wanderers, JC Brooks, Sneezy, The North 41: 8:30 p.m. Friday, June 2, at Joe's on Weed St., 940 W. Weed St., Chicago. $12-$15. (312) 337-3486 or joesbar.com.

Dog & Wolf, Jared Hart, Rocky Catanese, The Westward Spirit: 9 p.m. Friday, June 2, at GMan Tavern, 3740 N. Clark St., Chicago. $5-$8. (773) 549-2050 or gmantavern.com.

Tanzen, V Is For Villains, Sky Machine, Contra., Polarities: 7 p.m. Saturday, June 3, at Bottom Lounge, 1375 W. Lake St., Chicago. $10. (312) 666-6775 or bottomlounge.com.

Urban Cone, Nightly, August Hotel: 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 6, at Schubas, 3159 N. Southport Ave., Chicago. $15. (773) 525-2508 or lh-st.com.

The James Wheeler Blues Jam: 9:30 p.m. Thursday, June 8, Rosa's Lounge, 3420 W. Armitage Ave., Chicago. $5-$10. (773) 342-0452 or rosaslounge.com.

    Weekend picks: Saint Motel headlines Two Brothers Summer Festival
    The bands Savoir Adore, Blind Pilot, Saint Motel, The Way Down Wanderers, Knox Hamilton and X Ambassadors are all on the bill for the two-day craft beer-branded Two Brothers Summer Festival this weekend at RiverEdge Park, 360 Broadway, Aurora. $30 daily general admission; $50 weekend general admission; $100-$200 VIP tickets.
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Weekend picks: Starship's Mickey Thomas and friends perform at the Genesee

Fools' Brew, LevRage, Bullet To The Heart, What Lies Ahead: 9 p.m. Friday, June 2, at Underground Lounge, 952 W. Newport Ave., Chicago. $10. (773) 871-4343 or theundergroundchicago.com.

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...Baker Memorial United Methodist Church, 307 Cedar Ave., St. Charles, then at Grace Lutheran Church, 7300 Division St., River Forest. $35; $30 seniors; $10 students. (630) 513-5272 or stcharlessingers.com. 7:30...

Improvised Jane Austen, an all-female improv comedy team, will create a new tale in the style of famed 19th-century novelist Jane Austen at the McKaw Theater, 1439 W. Jarvis in Rogers Park, Chicago. $10. improvisedjaneausten.com. 8 p.m. Friday, June 2

Catch up with Jena Friedman, a comedian and former producer of "The Daily Show," when she shares a standup bill with Rebecca O'Neil as part of a comedy festival tonight at The Hideout, 1354 W. Wabansia Ave., Chicago. $15. 26comedy.com. 10:30 p.m. Friday, June 2

The Way Down Wanderers, JC Brooks, Sneezy, The North 41: 8:30 p.m. Friday, June 2, at Joe's on Weed St., 940 W. Weed St., Chicago. $12-$15. (312) 337-3486 or joesbar.com.

Dog & Wolf, Jared Hart, Rocky Catanese, The Westward Spirit: 9 p.m. Friday, June 2, at GMan Tavern, 3740 N. Clark St., Chicago. $5-$8. (773) 549-2050 or gmantavern.com.

Tanzen, V Is For Villains, Sky Machine, Contra., Polarities: 7 p.m. Saturday, June 3, at Bottom Lounge, 1375 W. Lake St., Chicago. $10. (312) 666-6775 or bottomlounge.com.

Urban Cone, Nightly, August Hotel: 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 6, at Schubas, 3159 N. Southport Ave., Chicago. $15. (773) 525-2508 or lh-st.com.

The James Wheeler Blues Jam: 9:30 p.m. Thursday, June 8, Rosa's Lounge, 3420 W. Armitage Ave., Chicago. $5-$10. (773) 342-0452 or rosaslounge.com.

    Weekend picks: Starship's Mickey Thomas and friends perform at the Genesee
    Mickey Thomas of Starship, Terri Nunn of Berlin and Lou Gramm (formerly of Foreigner) pair their past pop hits with a full orchestra for "A Night of Symphonic Rock" at the Genesee Theatre. More on this and other fun events.
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