Meditation can help heal your mind and body. Credit: Madison Lavern/Unsplash

Teens 14-18 years old looking to break into the streaming eco-system can get livestream certified through the Chicago Public Library’s YOUmedia program at Harold Washington Library Center (400 S. State) today. Using YOUmedia’s livestreaming area, you can learn how to use the open source streaming software OBS to run your own channel (Twitch, YouTube, Instagram, etc). You’ll also be introduced to setting up lights and customizing your stream using music, video, and graphics. Once certified, you’re free to reserve the livestream area any time. Spots are open for both a 3:30 PM and 4:30 PM class, but you must register in advance. Can’t make it? Spots all filled up? Scroll to the bottom of the registration page; you can register now for future dates, too. (MC)

Monday Night Foodball offers a “night of fresh pastabilities” (a chef’s kiss to the editor who let through that punny headline) with the help of chef Tony Quartaro and his fresh pasta delivery service, Gemma Foods. Hit the Kedzie Inn (4100 N. Kedzie) anytime from 5-8 PM for a menu including meatballs, collard green linguine with razor clams, and mafadine al braciole. If your mouth is watering already, preorder at Tock as only a limited amount of walk-in orders will be available. Check out Reader senior writer Mike Sula’s preview here. (SCJ)

SAIC’s Visiting Artists Program, the Conversations at the Edge series, and Gene Siskel Film Center partner tonight to present filmmaker Tsai Ming-liang, one of the most prominent film directors of the new cinema movement in Taiwan. Ming-liang will deliver a lecture about his work starting at 6 PM at the film center (164 N. State), followed by time for the audience to ask questions. His appearance culminates a monthlong series of programming that Reader contributor Kathleen Sachs told us about a few weeks ago; read more here. This event will have real-time captions available; contact for other accessibility requests. The lecture is free, but tickets must be obtained in person at the Siskel Film Center box office one hour prior to the start time. (SCJ)

Looking for a way to wind down after a manic Monday? L.P. Klint, a monk who teaches meditation at the northwest side Thai Buddhist nonprofit Meditation Center of Chicago, strives to create community and teach meditation techniques to a larger crowd through the magic of the internet. Each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, Klint opens a Zoom room to all who wish to meditate and discuss body and mind relaxation techniques at 9 PM CST. Find out more about Klint at his Facebook page; Zoom info for tonight’s free session is available at Facebook as well. (SCJ)