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How did cider get its reputation for being the beverage wimpy people drink (rather than beer)? Could it be its connection to apple juice, that kindergarten staple? The folks at Cider Summit believe the 90 ciders available for tasting will change your mind. Decide for yourself today at Navy Pier.
Everyone’s two favorite things—breakfast and alcohol—unite at Pancakes & Booze, an art exhibit at Reggie’s Rock Club that fills your eyes as well as your liver and belly. Seventy-five emerging artists will have their work on display, and body painters will be painting bodies. Meanwhile, you consume all the pancakes you can eat and all the booze you can (responsibly) drink.
Paul-David Young presents photographs he found in a Humboldt Park Dumpster in “To Perform, To Conceal” at Crowded House Gallery. The photographer, recently identified as a former art student who goes by the name Molly Soda, says she’s “confused” about this whole display. Read Aimee Levitt’s write-up of the exhibit and story on Soda’s reaction.
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