• Born Ruffians

Looking for something to do today? Agenda‘s got you covered:

The citywide indie-rock fest Tomorrow Never Knows kicks off this evening at multiple locations—Schubas, Lincoln Hall, and Smart Bar among them. This year, the fest will incorporate “indie hip-hop, outlandish dance, and other not-so-yawny subgenres of music.” Tonight’s highlights: Bear in Heaven, Born Ruffians, and Supreme Cuts.

“Greetings From the Holy City,” a show of photographs by Jason Reblando of contemporary residents of North Lawndale, is currently on display at Jane Addams Hull-House Museum alongside an exhibit on the Conservative Vice Lords, who were active in the neighborhood in the 1960s.

If you’ve ever wondered who is more powerful, God or Hall & Oates, the Drinking and Writing Theatre at Haymarket Pub & Brewery might have some answers for you. “The answer, if you can call it that, comes in the form of seven inane challenges, including an oatmeal-eating contest and a surprisingly captivating game of Jenga. A few gripping personal monologues constitute the best things about the show,” according to Keith Griffith.

For more on these events and others, check out the Reader‘s daily Agenda page.