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Antiques, Garden & Design Show

Fri-Sun 4/17-4/19, 10 AM-5 PM

Garden furniture, antiques, and collectible art from more than 100 dealers at an annual fair that includes landscapers' installations, free demos on flower arranging, and a talk by garden historian Mac Griswold. $15, $18 weekend pass

Chicago Botanic Garden (map)
1000 Lake Cook Rd.
Other Suburbs North
phone 847-835-5440
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Hump! Film Festival

Fri 4/17-Sat 4/18, 7:30 and 10 PM

Every year Pacific northwesterners who are specifically not involved in the porn industry try their hands—and privates, presumably—at making erotic short films to enter them in the Hump! Film Festival. God bless Savage Love columnist and event host Dan Savage for bringing 15 of the best films our way. $22

http://humptour.strangertickets.com
Music Box (map)
3733 N. Southport Ave.
Lakeview
phone 773-871-6604
Hump! Film Festival

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An Evening of Music, Film & Wine with Spike Lee

Sat 4/18, 8 PM

Spike Lee discusses his career as part of this year's CIMMfest. As the director shows clips from his filmography, City Winery's Michael Dorf will provide wine pairings inspired by six of Lee's films. $55-$75

City Winery (map)
1200 W. Randolph St.
Near West Side
phone 312-733-9463
An Evening of Music, Film & Wine with Spike Lee

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Wrecking Ball

Sat 4/18, 7-11 PM

This annual fund-raiser for the Evanston Rebuilding Warehouse features a performance by local bluesmen Matt Skoller and Johnny Iguana, followed by DJ Eric Tenfelde on the turntables. There's also snacks and a silent auction. $75

Evanston Rebuilding Warehouse (map)
2101 Dempster
Evanston
phone 847-864-9246
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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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Vintage Garage

Sun 4/19, 10 AM-5 PM

Vendors from across the midwest gather at this monthly sale—April through October—featuring all things vintage. Today's kickoff event features goods from First Ladies Vintage, Gypsy Mouse, and Cairo Antiques. $5

http://vintagegaragechicago.com
5051 N. Broadway (map)
5051 N. Broadway
Uptown

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Lake FX Summit + Expo

Thu 4/16-Sun 4/19, various times; see website

The city's free new four-day festival for artists, creative professionals, and entrepreneurs features workshops and panel discussions about the latest in arts, music, fashion, film, and the culinary arts. Speakers include cinematographer Wally Pfister, artist Hebru Brantley, restaurateur Brendan Sodikoff, and Reader contributor Michael Gebert.

http://cityofchicago.org

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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
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Cascade Drive-In

Ongoing

When you go to a movie theater, there's a decent chance someone will sneeze and you'll contract a horrifying airborne monkey disease (or at least that's what I learned from Outbreak). Not a thing you have to worry about at the drive-in. Plus you can make out, it's BYOB, and it's under ten bucks for a double feature. $5-$9, $14/carload on Tuesday

http://cascadedrivein.com
Cascade Drive-In (map)
1100 E. North Ave.
Other Suburbs West
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