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The 58th Chicago International Film Festival @ Various Theaters & Streaming straight to you home

The 58th Chicago International Film Festival @ Various Theaters & Streaming straight to you home, various times WHAT: An annual film tradition is back in theaters, but it keeps a lot of the last two year’s virtual screenings intact! SO WHAT: The 58th Chicago International Film Festival, much like the rest of the city, is back to normal. They will be combining streaming on-demand and regular fantastic theater screenings and a few pop up experiences to enjoy a stunning collection of feature-length films, shorts, and in person celebrations. Check out our preview of the festival here! NOW WHAT: You can…

$13 – $340

CHIRP Record Fair & Other Delights @ Plumbers Hall

Plumbers Hall 1340 W. Washington Blvd., Chicago

CHIRP Record Fair & Other Delights @ Plumbers Hall, 1340 W Washington Blvd., 8:00AM – 6:00PM WHAT: The long delayed 18th year of the CHIRP Record Fair SO WHAT: Spring is here, so that means the CHIRP Record Fair is here! Join CHIRP at Plumbers Hall to dig through thousands of crates of vinyl records, DVDs, CDs, posters, and more. It’s a music collector’s paradise! You can check out the full vendor list here. There will be plenty of drinks from Dovetail Brewery, Half Acre, Off Color and Eris; plus some coffee from Dark Matter and food from First Slice…

$10 – $25

Upside Down Halloween Parade @ Washington Park

Washington Park 5531 S. King Dr., Chicago

Upside Down Halloween Parade @ Washington Park, 5531 S. King Dr., 6:00pm – 8:00pm, All Ages WHAT: A magical evening parade! SO WHAT: The official kick off to Chicago's Halloween program id the Upside Down Halloween Parade! Taking place on Russell Drive in Washington Park, the parade will feature dance performances, circus acrobats, musical groups, sports mascots and more. Come in your best Halloween costume and enjoy a complimentary goody bag courtesy of Blommer Chocolate Company, Mars Wrigley and other local candy companies. NOW WHAT: It’s free !

FREE

Semicolon Fall Lit Fest @ Semicolon Bookstore & Gallery

Semicolon Bookstore & Gallery 1714 W Division St, Chicago

Semicolon Fall Lit Fest @ Semicolon Bookstore & Gallery, 1714 W Division St WHAT: A book block party got all! SO WHAT: Semicolon Bookstore & Gallery is closing off Division from Paulina to Wood, gathering all of your favorite authors, food trucks, hourly entertainment, and vendors! You can check out all the vendors, authors and food truck lineups over at their event page! NOW WHAT: Entry is free! There is a $35 ticket for author signing which includes one book, one signature, and one cocktail. VIPtickets are $235 and include a commemorative lanyard, every festival author's book, 3 signings, and…

FREE

Music Box of Horrors @ Music Box Theatre

Music Box Theatre 3733 N Southport Ave, Chicago

Music Box of Horrors @ Music Box Theatre, 3733 N Southport Ave, Noon Saturday – Noon Sunday WHAT: 24 hours of horror movie madness! SO WHAT: Join the coolest theater in town, the Music Box Theatre, for this year’s incarnation of the Music Box of Horrors as they swiftly descend into madness through a long list of mind altering horror films! This year’s event will feature special appearances like Maxx McGathey performing during Maciste in Hell, Computer Hearts will feature a post film Q&A with Louise Weard & Dionne "Charlie" Copland, Udo Kier in attendance for a post film Q&A…

$15

Rolling World Premiere Play “Man and Moon” @ Madison Street Theater

Madison Street Theater 1010 Madison Street, Oak Park

Rolling World Premiere Play “Man and Moon” @ Madison Street Theater, 1010 Madison Street, Oak Park, October 19-November 13WHAT: The National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere of San Diego-based Siena Marilyn Ledger’s play “”Man and Moon.” SO WHAT: “Man and Moon” is set in the waiting room of a hospital oncology unit, where transitioning man Aaron meets 12-year-old middle-schooler Luna, who loves outer space. Together, they learn how to wait and navigate their own changing bodies. “’Man and Moon,’ a play about expansion, connection, grief, and hope, guides us toward our inner children,” said director Hayley Procacci. “Ledger breathes comedic…

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