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The largest and best preserved Tyrannosaurus rex ever discovered, Sue, has called Chicago’s Field Museum home since 1997. Today’s screening of the documentary Dinosaur 13 at the Gene Siskel Film Center digs into Sue’s pre-museum history, from her discovery in 1990 to the subsequent fight for her ownership.
Jonesing for some outdoor movie-watching? Grant Park is screening Steven Spielberg’s Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom tonight at 8 PM by the northwest corner of Balbo and Columbus. This 80s classic follows Indiana Jones as he travels to an Indian village to retrieve a precious stone and rescue a group of kidnapped children.
New Jersey alt punk rock band Black Wine performs at Logan Square’s Township tonight, alongside bands Meat Wave, Drilling for Blasting, and Closed Mouths. Head to California and Palmer, grab a pint (since the show is 21+), and kick back with these 11 musicians.
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