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Annoyance Film Night

First Sunday 7 PM

Proving its expertise goes beyond live theater, the Annoyance kicks off a monthly movie night featuring screenings of local independent films. Tonight's lineup includes Harry Bauer's The Video Transmissions of the Frequently Captured Buck Pirate, Robert Carnilius's Forever Diamond and McTucky Fried High, and Gerard Jamroz's experimental short We Are the Binary. $2

Annoyance Theatre (map)
851 W. Belmont
Lakeview
phone 773-697-9693
Annoyance Film Night

Dose Market

10 AM-4 PM

A weekly market featuring local food, fashion, and art vendors. $5

http://dosemarket.com
Chop Shop (map)
2033 W. North Ave.
Wicker Park/Bucktown
phone 773-537-4440
Dose Market

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Chicago Palestine Film Festival

Through 4/30: dates and times vary; see website

The opening-night film for the 14th edition of this annual fest is Eyes of a Thief, a political drama directed by Najwa Najjar, who'll attend the screening via Skype. $11

http://siskelfilmcenter.org/palestine2015
Gene Siskel Film Center (map)
164 N. State St.
Loop
phone 312-846-2600

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Diggin Dusties

Fourth Wednesday of every month, 8 p.m.-2 a.m.

If their aim was to capitalize on burned-out Record Store Day shoppers, Dusty Groove and Maria's have timed the launch of their "Diggin' Dusties" series perfectly. Peruse DG's new releases in the comfort of your own drunkenness days after wrestling that greedy asshole for the last Lana Del Rey single. —Asher Klein

http://dustygroove.com
Maria's Packaged Goods & Community Bar (map)
960 W. 31st St.
Bridgeport
phone 773-890-0588
Diggin Dusties

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Creative Music Summit

Sun 4/26, 1-6:30 PM

In collaboration with Black Cinema House, the MCA hosts two composers—flutist Nicole Mitchell and violinist Renée Baker—plus media artist Ulysses Jenkins, film scholar Jacqueline Najuma Stewart, and producer Don DiNicola discussing black film and performance culture. A screening of Jenkins's work and a restored print of Oscar Micheaux's 1925 Body and Soul follow.

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Doodleganza

First Tuesday of every month

A drawing competition that tasks artists, both professional and amateur, to create sketches based on a theme. Scott Reeder hosts.

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Laugh, Clown, Laugh

Fri 4/24, 8 PM

The Silent Film Society of Chicago presents a special screening of the classic 1928 silent drama starring Lon Chaney and Loretta Young. Attending the event is Christopher Lewis, Young's son, who will introduce the film and participate in a Q&A afterward. As always, organist Jay Warren provides live musical accompaniment. $10

http://silentfilmchicago.com
Patio Theater (map)
6008 W. Irving Park Rd.
Portage Park
phone 773-685-4291

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Market Daze

Sun 10 AM-4 PM

A vintage clothing and craft fair. Items for sale include furniture, jewelry, records, and all sorts of antique goodness.

Township (map)
2200-2202 N. California Ave.
Logan Square
phone 773-384-1865

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Kidical Mass

Second Saturday of every month: 11 AM

Like Critical Mass, but for kids! The ride is chaperoned by parents and other adults and sticks to mostly residential streets. Locations change each ride; see website for the schedule.

http://chicagokidicalmass.org/

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