"Exhibitionism–The Rolling Stones" opens at Navy Pier on Sat 4/15. Credit: courtesy Navy Pier

There’s plenty to do this weekend. Here’s some of what we recommend:

Fri 4/14: At the Claudia Pop-Up (327 N. Bell) chef Trevor Teich serves a seasonal  menu that includes beef-basil pho, salmon with smoked trout roe, and black sesame bubble tea. 5 and 8:30 PM

Fri 4/14: Tonight’s edition of Loose Chicks, a storytelling show at Uncharted Books (2630 N. Milwaukee) that encourages women to share things they normally keep to themselves, features R.C. Riley, Anna Besmann, Gwynn Valentine Fulcher, and Kellye Howard. 7:15 PM

Fri 4/14- Sat 4/15: Sex columnist Dan Savage presents the Hump! Film Festival at the Music Box (3733 N. Southport), his annual screening of amateur porn. 7 and 9:30 PM

Heart of Chicago Alley Cats (2017) is on display at the Anarchist Print Fair this weekend.Credit: Anna Hasseltine

Printmakers from around the world put their work on display at the Anarchist Print Fair at Dfbrl8r Gallery (1463 W. Chicago). The weekend also features performance art, music, screenings, and free mimosas on Easter Sunday. Fri 10 AM-10 PM, Sat 10 AM-11 PM, Sun 10 AM-4 PM

Sat 4/15: Dana Cree, pastry chef and author of Hello, My Name Is Ice Cream: The Art and Science of the Scoop, discusses the history of the frozen treat with samples of her signature flavors available at Kendall College (900 N. North). 10 AM

Dinesh Das Sabu’s documentary Unbroken Glass screens at the Chicago Cultural Center.

Sat 4/15:
 WTTW and Kartemquin Films host this screening of Unbroken Glass, Dinesh Das Sabu’s documentary about his journey through Illinois, California, and India to piece together the history of his parents, who died when he was young. A discussion follows, both at the Chicago Cultural Center (78 E. Washington). 2 PM

Donnell Pitman performs as part of the Star Creature Universal Vibrations showcase on Sat 4/15.Credit: COURTESY AFTER FIVE PROMO

Sat 4/15:
Local boogie label Star Creature Universal Vibrations hosts a showcase of its artists at the Hideout (1354 W. Wabansia), including disco legend Donnell Pitman’s first live performance in 30 years. 9 PM

4/15-7/30: Navy Pier (600 E. Grand) hosts “ExhibitionismThe Rolling Stones,” the traveling exhibit that features items from the band’s private archive—including a guitar gallery, lyric books, clothing, photographs, art, and more—exploring the history of the group from conception to today.

Sun 4/16: Chef Brian Jupiter presents an Easter Brunch Buffet at Frontier (1072 N. Milwaukee) featuring a 45-day house-cured ham, an omelet station, oysters, pastries, and more. Reservations required. 10 AM-3 PM

Sun 4/16: The iO Podcast Comedy Hour at iO Theater (1501 N. Kingsbury) is a weekly performance by the improv theater’s best groups, all recorded and released as a podcast. 8 PM

For more stuff to do this weekend—and every day—check out our Agenda page.