Are you hungry? Let’s taco bout it. Credit: Spencer Davis/Unsplash

From 3-7 PM, Rogers Park hosts its annual Taco Crawl, where 14 local restaurants from across the neighborhood (Taqueria El Dorado, Urban Tables, Supermercado Roman, and La Choza to name a few) will be serving tacos along Clark between Devon and Rogers. Tickets are $20 in advance or $30 at the door. Pick up your taco passport at 7056 N. Clark. (MC)

Argyle Night Market activates Argyle Street between Kenmore and Sheridan each Thursday night through August 25 with vendors, music, and more. Tonight’s market features special grab-and-go options from Danang Kitchen, pizzas (available to pre-order here) from Milly’s Pizza in the Pan, and booths from the Chinese American Service League, Nuts to Go, Rocket Tattoo, the Vietnamese Association of Illinois, and more. Entertainment on deck includes a community drum circle starting at 5:30 PM, circus performers from CirquesExperience at 6 PM, and a performance from Ugochi & the Afro Soul Ensemble at 7 PM. You can find more information here and visit the strip for food and fun anytime between 5 and 9 PM. (SCJ)

Every Thursday through October 27, Urban Rivers is hosting free volunteer-led workshops along the Chicago River. The classes run from 7:15-8:15 PM at 905 W. Eastman. This week, Edward Warden is leading a bird-watching workshop called Birds Birds Birds while next week Lynnea Malley hosts Dance Apalooza. To see what’s coming up later this summer, check out Urban Rivers’ Instagram account. Interested in hosting a workshop? Email (MC)

Photographer Gene Ambo released his debut book this year, Heavy Metro: Access All Eras, which is a visual journey of Ambo’s concert photography, covering rock, metal, punk, and hardcore shows since the 1980s. Many of his best known photos were shot at Chicago’s own Metro, where he happened to get his start by taking pictures of a Mötorhead show there in 1983—just a year after the venue opened as Cabaret Metro. Ambo spent last night in conversation with Jeremy Wagner, Jill Hopkins, and Metro founder Joe Shanahan in a seated event hosted at Gman Tavern, but if you missed out on that sold out presentation, fear not! They’re repeating it again tonight (7:30 PM at Gman Tavern, 3740 N. Clark), and tickets include a signed copy of the book. Open to those 21 and over, and more information is available here. (SCJ)