By day Peggy Wilkins runs Unix servers at the U. of C. By night she tends her apartment-size collection of Playboys, moderates the Playboy Mailing List, builds Playmate databases, and even sends free advice to Hef.
Twelve Chicago hot dog stands
9/27: Screening and discussion of “Chicago 10”
Steve Frayne, owner of Chicago2016.com, says he wants a forum where the public can discuss Chicago’s Olympic bid. The Chicago bid committee says he just wants to get paid.
9/16-17: Learn how to weatherize your bungalow and get the money to do it.
The Lion Mountains, a documentary about Jamaican-English filmmaker Louis Buckley’s journey to Sierra Leone, screens at the DuSable Museum Sunday.
Chicagoans pay live tribute to “The Kate Smith Hour” Saturday at the Cultural Center.
Learn to garden, cook, and craft organically at Kilbourn Park’s Harvest Fest.
9/12: Rock ‘n’ roll at Kittypalooza
A little cheese, a little sausage…
9/9 & 9/16: Grab your partner by the hand…
9/8: Reader contributor Heather Kenny dissects fall trends and how to make them work for you.
9/8: Free acupuncture treatments for military personnel and their families
Steppenwolf Theatre probes the “Chicago Dream” with adaptations of short stories and songs by Chicagoans at Millennium Park.
Second Mondays of the month are free at the Field Museum through the end of the year–including specially ticketed exhibits.