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2023.05.31 19:27 CemeteryPicnic DANZIG PRESALE CODES 35TH ANNI TOUR

Please use common sense and google each show to find tickets. Official sites being used Are AXS, Eventbrite & live nation / Ticketmaster. If the event is a Ticketmaster event try ICONIC if there’s no code available on this list.
There are also some tickets on stubhub & vivid seats which are verified resell sites.
VEGAS: AEG:AEG2023 AXS: AXS2023
HOUSTON: POWERITUP
SAN ANTONIO: TECHPORT
IRVING: DISCO
ATLANTIC CITY: ICONIC
ATLANTA: ICONIC
BOSTON: ICONIC
CLEVELAND: ICONIC
DETROIT: MEMORIAL
NEWPORT: DANZIG2023
CHICAGO: ICONIC
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2023.05.25 23:58 generalpao Things to do in Houston this weekend - May 25th - 28th - Comicpalooza & Memorial Day edition

Yet another stacked weekend for concerts with Alesso, Steve Aoki, RHCP and more. Lots of great stuff going on around town too including Comicpalooza which has managed to truly load up with sci-fi stars this year.
If you find value in these posts please sign up for my email list. I send the list out on Thursday by email and every new signup is appreciated.

THURSDAY- MAY 25

Ongoing - Happy Hour @ MFAH @ 5PM Meet your friends at the MFAH for the best night of the week. Explore the campus, visit the galleries, and get a drink at the bar. General admission is free.
David Lucas Stand Up @ Houston Improv @ 7:30PM
([Red Hot Chili Peppers @ Minute Maid Park @ 6:30PM) *With The Strokes & Thundercat
Bush @ Bayou Music Center @ 7:30PM
(Garrett T Capps @ Discovery Green @ 7PM) *Part of the UHD Thursday Night Concerts Series

FRIDAY - MAY 26

Mike Salazar Comedy Show @ Arena Theatre @ 8PM
Dermot Kennedy @ 713 Music Hall @ 7:30PM
311 @ House of Blues @ 7PM
The Sisters of Mercy @ Bayou Music Center @ 8PM
Steve Aoki @ Stereo Live @ 10PM
Young Buck @ Warehouse Live @ 8PM

SATURDAY- MAY 27

Dynamo vs Austin FC @ Shell Energy Stadium @ 7:30PM
SaberCats vs Chicago Hounds @ SaberCats Stadium @ 7PM
Ongoing - Arte en el Parque / Art in the Park @ Discovery Green @ 12PM Students, ages 3 to 12 will create a unique art piece while improving their speaking and listening skills en español!
(VIVO' Screening @ Discovery Green @ 7PM) Enjoy this family-friendly movie at Discovery Green's Anheuser-Busch Stage.
Saturday Sketching in the Galleries @ MFAH @ 11:30AM Families with children ages 12 and older are invited to explore and practice sketching techniques in the galleries.
Ongoing - Saturday Stargazing @ George Observatory in Needville
Led Zeppelin Experience @ HMNS @ 5PM The music and lyrics of the classic rock group Led Zeppelin have been visually interpreted using three-dimensional fulldome technology.
Family Overnight @ Space Center Houston @ 5PM This special camping trip allows families to spend a night building rockets, learning engineering and robotics, touring unique aircrafts, and much more!
‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ Screening @ Market Square Park @ 8PM Grab takeout from a surrounding restaurant, pull out your lawn blanket and enjoy a free movie screening in Market Square.
'Ellen Degenderless & Friends' Comedy Show @ The Secret Group @ 8PM
Flashback Funkfest @ Woodlands Pavilion @ 5PM *Featuring Morris Day and The Time
R&B Summer Nights @ Arena Theatre @ 8PM *With Chrisette Michelle, Dave Hollister, Carl Thomas
Pancho Barraza @ Bayou Music Center @ 8PM
Cash Cash @ Stereo Live @ 10PM
Living Hollow @ Warehouse Live @ 8PM
Kings X @ RISE Rooftop @ 7PM

SUNDAY- MAY 28

Family Zone @ MFAH @ 1PM On selected Sundays, families are invited to visit the MFAH for exciting activities in the galleries.
SVDDEN DEATH @ Stereo Live @ 10PM
Alesso @ Clé Pool @ 2PM]

All Weekend

All weekend - Comicpalooza @ GRB Convention Center Creators, panelists, cosplayers, cherished stars and enthusiastic spectators will come together for a magical weekend celebrating anime, comics, gaming, literature, cosplay and much more.
All weekend- Adam Ferrara Stand Up @ Houston Improv
All weekend - Forever Motown @ Miller Outdoor Theatre @ 8PM Direct From New York is The Original Cast of FOREVER MOTOWN at Miller!
All weekend - 'Divergence' Ballet @ Brown Theater This mixed repertoire program features Stanton Welch's explosive 'Divergence,' as well as several other exciting new performances.
All weekend - 'Rent' Musical @ The Hobby Center LAST CHANCE - Theater Under the Stars is bringing this Tony-award winning, sensational musical to audiences in Houston!
All weekend - 'Torera' Play @ Alley Theatre A world premiere play written by a stunning new voice in the American theatre, 'Torera' tells a poignant story about becoming your truest self by proudly stepping into the ring.
SATURDAY & SUNDAY - 'Chocolat' Screening @ MFAH @ 7PM/ 5PM This classic 1980s film about the legacy of French colonialism in Africa is shown in new 4K digital restoration.
Ongoing - Workouts in the Park @ Discovery Green Discovery Green organizes different workout sessions each weekend.
Ongoing - Impressionist and Post-Impressionist Masterpieces Exhibition @ MFAH NEW - See outstanding works by art stars including Cezanne, Degas, Gauguin, Van Gogh, Manet, and Modigliani presented within the context of their experiences.
([Ongoing - Si Lewen ‘The Parade’ Exhibition @ Menil]) Menil’s latest exhibition features 63 drawings by Polish-American artist Si Lewen, which compromise a graphic novel depicting WWII and the liberation of Poland.
Ongoing - ‘Hyperreal: Gray Foy’ Exhibition @ Menil The exhibition features American artists Gray Foy’s most important and celebrated works.
Ongoing - ‘The Curatorial Imagination of Walter Hopps’ Exhibition @ Menil The exhibition explores the influential vision of one of the most distinguished curators - Walter Hopps, and features artwork by Warhol, Kienholz, Gilliam, and many others.
Ongoing - 'Art of the Cameroon Grassfields' Exhibition @ Menil This exhibition celebrates the enduring artistic traditions from Cameroon and its global diaspora.
Ongoing - Wall Drawing Series: Mel Bochner @ Menil Drawing Institute The Menil Drawing Institute is proud to work with artist Mel Bochner on the fourth installment of the museum’s ephemeral wall drawing series.
Ongoing - 'Where Do We Go From here' Exhibition @ CAMH Contemporary Arts Museum Houston’s (CAMH) Teen Council presents their 13th biennial exhibition featuring work from Houston-area teen artists.
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2023.05.25 21:59 darrenjyc TMU Conference Keynote Talk (May 25, Free) — Of Bakers, Florists, & Website Makers: When May a Business Turn Customers Away?

Full Title: Of Bakers, and Florists, and Website Makers: When may a business turn customers away on conscientious grounds?
Two men walk into a bakery to order a cake for their upcoming wedding, with the words, “God Bless This Union.” Unbeknownst to the couple, the baker is a Christian who believes, on religious grounds, that same-sex marriage is sinful. May the baker refuse to supply the cake? Now turn the tables: A religious Christian walks into a bakery whose owner is a lesbian. The Christian wants to order a cake with the words, “Homosexuality Is a Detestable Sin – Leviticus 18:22.” Must the lesbian baker provide the cake?
These examples emerge from a line of legal cases in the United States, although similar cases have arisen in Canada, the United Kingdom, and elsewhere. In the typical case, wedding vendors who oppose same-sex marriage on religious grounds have refused to provide service (bake cakes, assemble flowers, photograph, design websites, etc.) for same-sex weddings. In each of the cases, there are laws providing that businesses may not discriminate on the basis of a customer’s sexual orientation. But the wedding vendors claim that they are entitled to an exemption from the anti-discrimination laws, because requiring them to serve same-sex couples would violate the vendors’ deeply held religious convictions and, in some cases, their rights to free speech.
Are the wedding vendors right? Should the law allow them to refuse service for same-sex weddings?
Does it matter if the wedding vendors’ service involves speech or art (the wedding singer or wedding photographer)?
These are unsettled legal questions. This talk will offer insights drawn from business ethics into how the law should address them.
About the Speaker:
Amy Sepinwall is an Associate Professor in the Department of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. She studied at McGill (BA, MA), Yale (JD), and Georgetown (PhD, Philosophy). She has two key lines of research. The first explores legal and moral responsibility for corporate wrongdoing. The second investigates the constitutional rights, especially the rights of religion and speech, of business enterprises. She has published in numerous outlets, including the University of Chicago Law Review, Washington University Law Review, Minnesota Law Review, Hastings Law Journal, Journal of Corporation Law, Business Ethics Quarterly, and Philosophy Compass.
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Note: This is the keynote address of the annual Business Ethics in the 6ix conference at Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University) that is open to the public and free to attend. There will a Q&A and an informal reception will follow. Attending the keynote address does not require participation in the rest of the conference.
You must register in advance to attend this keynote address, which will be held at the Ted Rogers School of Management at TMU. Tickets are free:
https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/amy-sepinwall-wharton-of-bakers-and-florists-and-website-makers-tickets-635414280217
For more information on the conference (held May 25 & 26) including the full programme of workshops, see here
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2023.05.19 20:33 1inch_Punch_Man 1inch Weekly Recap #66

1inch Weekly Recap #66
Dear community, we invite you to read a brief overview of 1inch news for the past week.

Updates and integrations:

  • Today, 1inch is celebrating its 4th anniversary
  • 1inch Evolution Art Contest with a $10K prize fund will be held from May 19 to June 2
  • Proposal [1IP 27] Allocate 1M USDC stables in treasury to lending pool on AAVE V3 is live
  • Join the 1inch Hardware Wallet waitlist
  • The trade data aggregator Birdeye and LifeWallet were integrated with 1inch

Events:

  • 1inch team will attend ETHDam on May 19 - 21, Anton Bukov and Nick Kozlov will be speaking
  • 'Uni-corn Stand-up Show' by 1inch will be held in Boom Chicago on May 21 at 8pm GMT+1
  • 1inch and AAVE awarded the 1delta project at ETH Lisbon hackathon

Achievements:

  • 1inch has achieved 3M swaps on Arbitrum

Media:

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2023.05.17 14:42 busfleetfoxes Public Transit Crisis discussion with Rep Kam Bucker and Lynda Lopez on June 6 at 7pm. Link below!

Blurb from the event page. Edit: THIS IS A FREE EVENT - donations are welcomed but not required.
Everyone says there's something wrong with Chicago's public transit system. But what is it, exactly? Late busses, ghost trains, crime, smoking, unhoused folks - are we seeing the causes or the symptoms of the problem? Guests State Rep. Kam Buckner and transit advocate Lynda Lopez join Ben and Maya for a conversation about the CTA crisis and what can be done to fix and sustain the system.
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2023.05.15 17:53 tylertellsjokes Comedy Tour Stop @ Voodoo Brewing- Compound 5/18

Hello! My name is Tyler, I’m a Chicago comedian on tour preparing for my album recording at the end of the month. I’m making a stop in Meadville at the Voodoo Brewing Compound on Thurs 5/18. Hope you’re able to make it out Ticket link- https://www.eventbrite.com/e/comedy-night-at-voodoo-brewing-co-tickets-615793774757?mibextid=Zxz2cZ
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2023.05.12 18:46 EncoreSoleFresh Mega thread: VPR watch parties

Hi, hopefully this is okay to do but I think there is lots of interest in VPR watch parties in various cities. This is our Super Bowl.
Please post any here with the name, location, dates and if a reservation is required.
Chicago, IL 1. Bar 106 -Addy: 10649 S Pulaski Rd -starts 5/24 at 8pm
Washington DC
  1. Baja Tap (limited seating) -Addy: 2436 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009 -5/17/23, 7-10pm EST. -must register https://www.eventbrite.com/e/vanderpump-rules-finale-watch-party-tickets-634467939687?fbclid=PAAaaAxckOiWjOZ-GXV-rr7qFJf016bVf18QlD5sX7Bsv4pEsThX53pOxZDqI
  2. Lulu’s wine garden -Addy: 1940 11th St NW, Washington, DC 20001 -5/17, 5/24, 5/31, 6/7. -Must book on Resy
Baltimore MD
  1. Guilford Hall -5/17, 8-11pm -Address: 1611 Guilford Ave 21202 -No reservation needed
Houston TX 1. Be More Pacific -5/17-6/7, 730-945pm -Addy: 506 Yale St Suite E, Houston, TX 77007
NYC 1. The Skinny Bar -Addy: 174 Orchard St, New York, NY 10002 -5/17 at 8pm
  1. Down the hatch -addy: 179 West 4th Street, New York, NY 10014 -5/17 - 6/7 -https://www.instagram.com/p/CsHH708JnGh/?igshid=ZWQyN2ExYTkwZQ==
Ottawa Canada 1. Nan’s parlour -Addy: 73 Clarence St., Ottawa, ON K1N 5P5, Canada -8-10pm
Charleston, SC 1. Frothy Beard -Addy: 1401 Sam Rittenberg Blvd, Charleston, SC 29407 -5/17 8pm -limited seating
Austin, Tx 1. Vacancy Brewing -addy: 415 E St Elmo Rd 1 d2, Austin, TX 78745 -5/17 - 6/7 at 8pm -will play WWHL
https://www.instagram.com/p/CsJ9_DyJiud/?igshid=ZWQyN2ExYTkwZQ==
Boston, MA 1. Nash Bar and Stage -addy: 253 Tremont Street Boston, Massachusetts -5/17 - 6/7 -8-10:30pm
Philly 1. Cockatoo - 208 S. 13th Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
DATES: Wednesday, May 17th; Wednesday, May 24th; Wednesday, May 31st
TIME: 8pm - 10pm
(Wednesday, June 7th is still up in the air, because it’s during pride week, so the bar will be getting back to me)
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2023.05.12 16:14 tylertellsjokes Comedy Tour Stop in Baltimore 5/12

Hi all My name is Tyler, I’m a Chicago comedian on tour prepping for my album recording at the end of the month. Im doing 2 shows tonight at The Lou Room. Shows are 7:30 & 9 and tickets are only $10. Hope you’re able to make it out!
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/friday-night-stand-up-tickets-503132652307?utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&utm-medium=discovery&utm-term=listing&utm-source=cp&aff=escb&fbclid=IwAR3QcBLioJeGsxZZNqP1_1DchNN3iUBj2t5b37iKie4i-nDMcBTHUpnr_mU&mibextid=Zxz2cZ
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2023.05.12 16:03 Thingstodo919 Things to do this Weekend!

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

SUNDAY

Join the Thingstodo919 email list here for a weekly events newsletter. Doing anything interesting this weekend? Let us know your plans in the comments!
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2023.05.11 21:05 DiscoverDurham Things to Do in Durham this Weekend (May 11-14)

Check out our full Durham events calendar.
If you'd like to add an event to our calendar, submit an event here. Please check with the event organizers to see if events change due to weather. Have a great weekend!

May Featured Events

Moulin Rouge! The Musical at DPAC
William Shakespeare’s The Tempest in Durham Central Park

Venue Weekend Schedules

Events at The Carolina Theatre
Events at The Pinhook
Events at The Fruit
Live Music at Blue Note Grill
Events at Moon Dog Meadery
Live Music at Sharp 9 Gallery
Events at Arcana
Events at Rubies on Five Points
Events at Durty Bull Brewing Company
Live Comedy at Mettlesome
Events at Glass Jug Beer Lab in RTP
Events at Glass Jug Beer Lab in Downtown Durham

Local Sports

Carolina Flyers at Durham County Stadium
NCAA Men's Lacrosse 1st Round at Koskinen Stadium
Duke Baseball at Durham Bulls Athletic Park

Thursday, May 11

Thirsty Thursdays at Dashi
Vinyl Night with DJ Deckades at Gizmo Brew Works
Boulders & Brews Meetup at Triangle Rock Club - Durham
BEERthoven with Alex Fiterstein & Jewish For Good Food Pantry at Bull City Ciderworks
Trivia Night w/Big Slow Tom at Clouds Brewing Brightleaf Square

Friday, May 12

Tasting at Ten at Counter Culture Coffee

Saturday, May 13

Durham Farmers’ Market at Durham Central Park
South Durham Farmers' Market at Greenwood Commons Shopping Center
parkrun Durham at Southern Boundaries Park
Crafternoons at Gizmo Brew Works
The Georgia Thunderbolts with Veronica Lewis at Motorco Music Hall

Sunday, May 14

Al Strong Presents Jazz Brunch at Alley Twenty Six
Trivia at Navigator Beverage Co.
Something Wonderful: A Tribute to Nancy Wilson at Hayti Heritage Center

Running Art Exhibits

Jim McKeon, Featured Artist at 5 Points Gallery
Beyond the Surface: Collage, Mixed Media and Textile Works from the Collection at the Nasher
Patrimonio Heritage at John Hope Franklin Center Gallery
Exhibits at 21c Museum Hotel
“Extra-Spectral” at the Durham Art Guild Truist Gallery
Spirit in the Land at the Nasher
Andy Warhol: You Look Good in Pictures at the Nasher
Art of Peru at the Nasher
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2023.05.09 23:51 busfleetfoxes 2024 Central Area Plan Update Open House: Tuesday, 5/23, 4:30-6:30pm at Harold Washington Library

Join the Chicago Dept of Planning and Development (DPD) for an Open House to discuss the Central Area Plan Update from 4:30 - 6:30 PM, Tuesday, May 23 at the Harold Washington Library Winter Garden. Take the survey, too! More on the planning process from DPD's website.
DPD is initiating the Central Area Plan Update, a two-year planning process to envision how the city's central area can better serve its many stakeholders.
The two-phase effort is starting with a series of conversations with a diverse set of key constituents. Public insight and feedback on topics such as housing, transportation, economic development and arts and culture will help create an updated vision for how downtown growth can serve all Chicagoans over the next 20 years.
Please join ongoing discussions and share ideas for updating the City's 2003 "Central Area Plan." Stakeholders are encouraged to reference the City's 2009 "Central Area Action Plan" and 2021 "Central City Recovery Roadmap" for information about the City's formal planning goals and accomplishments within the area. To stay updated on the process, sign up to receive email notifications.
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2023.05.09 23:50 busfleetfoxes 2024 Central Area Plan Update Open House: Tuesday, 5/23, 4:30-6:30pm at Harold Washington Library

Join the Chicago Dept of Planning and Development (DPD) for an Open House to discuss the Central Area Plan Update from 4:30 - 6:30 PM, Tuesday, May 23 at the Harold Washington Library Winter Garden. Take the survey, too! More on the planning process from DPD's website.

DPD is initiating the Central Area Plan Update, a two-year planning process to envision how the city's central area can better serve its many stakeholders.

The two-phase effort is starting with a series of conversations with a diverse set of key constituents. Public insight and feedback on topics such as housing, transportation, economic development and arts and culture will help create an updated vision for how downtown growth can serve all Chicagoans over the next 20 years.
Please join ongoing discussions and share ideas for updating the City's 2003 "Central Area Plan." Stakeholders are encouraged to reference the City's 2009 "Central Area Action Plan" and 2021 "Central City Recovery Roadmap" for information about the City's formal planning goals and accomplishments within the area. To stay updated on the process, sign up to receive email notifications.
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2023.05.08 00:27 IAmLearningNewThings Where do people meet to code and build in Chicago?

Hello AskChicago! Hope y'all are doing great.
This post is for all my fellow geeks and coders. I am looking for events and places where people meetup to code and build. I have already looked on eventbrite and meetup.com but didn't get anywhere. I know there is Chi-hack-night. I have registered for the events there. But I was wondering if there is any place where people meet more frequency to hack and build stuff? Thanks <3
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2023.05.02 18:40 Lopsided_bike88 Two tickets to Out Our Front Door bike camping this weekend May 6-7!

Hi there! I’m selling two tickets to the sold out What Lies West bike camping ride with Out Our Front Door. Really really wish we could go but we are bottle feeding a kitten and our sitter got COVID so blah, perfect storm. Hoping to get $200 for the pair, which is a bit less than what we paid.
EVENT DETAILS - event page on Eventbrite A 2-Day Bike Camping Adventure to Blackwell Campground in DuPage County
Pace: Casual, option to ride together as a group. 10-12mph. Beginner level.
Trail/Route: Paved road with minimal gravel incorporated
Lodging: Tent (camping gear not provided). We will stay at Blackwell Family Campground (DuPage County) located at (map)
Itinerary:
Day 1: 20-30 Miles Day 2: 20-30 miles
Support: No vehicle support. You carry all of your gear.
Meals: Dinner on Day 1 and Breakfast on Day 2 provided
Lunch stop on Day 1: Glen Ellyn -area restaurant.
Lunch stop on day 2: TBD
We will cook for the group for Saturday dinner and Sunday breakfast. More information will be provided in the pre-ride email, to confirm which option we will use for this ride.
Transportation: There will be two starting points for this route. One will be in Chicago, and one will be in Oak Park along the bike route.
Our Chicago starting point is to be determined.
Our Oak Park starting point is Longfellow Park - this will have street parking options.
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2023.04.28 22:28 wcgirl3 Free Event - Saturday, April 29th - The Committee: A Secret History of American Comedy

A reading and screening featuring Committee Co-Founder Latifah Taormina (Jessica Myerson) reading from her memoir “Ha Ha Among the Trumpets: An Improvisational Journey" and a work in progress from the documentary "The Committee: A Secret History of American Comedy" by Jamie Wright and Sam Shaw. Free Admission with RSVP.
Latifah (then Jessica Myerson) was at that time a member of Second City in Chicago and her boyfriend (and later husband), Alan Meyerson, was a member of Second City in New York. They decided to come to SF and found a new improv company called “The Committee.” The evening will include a short documentary about the Committee and SF in the 60’s as well as Latifah reading from her memoir, “Ha Ha Among the Trumpets: An Improvisational Journey.” . Latifah says, “It is a love story to San Francisco, old San Francisco, and the people who helped us start The Committee.” The event is free. Food and drink is available as well. Saturday, April 29th, 6:30-9 pm. Just click on the Eventbrite link below to RSVP.
The Committee: A Secret History of American Comedy
524 2nd St, San Francisco, CA 94107-1427, United States (next to South Park)
Free
www.eventbrite.com/e/spring-fandango-tickets-582401858637
Open to the public
A reading, screening, and party featuring Committee Co-Founder Latifah Taormina (Jessica Myerson) reading from her memoir “Ha Ha Among the Trumpets: An Improvisational Journey" and a work in progress from the documentary "The Committee: A Secret History of American Comedy" by Jamie Wright and Sam Shaw. Free Admission with RSVP.
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2023.04.28 16:13 Thingstodo919 Things to do in Raleigh this Weekend!

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

SUNDAY

Join the Thingstodo919 email list here for a weekly events newsletter. Doing anything interesting this weekend? Let us know your plans in the comments!
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2023.04.27 19:57 DiscoverDurham Things to Do in Durham this Weekend (Apr 27-30)

Check out our full Durham events calendar.
If you'd like to add an event to our calendar, submit an event here. Please check with the event organizers to see if events change due to weather. Have a great weekend!

April Featured Events

Chicago at DPAC
Beats n Bars Music Festival at American Tobacco Campus
NCCU's 32nd Annual Jazz Festival

Venue Weekend Schedules

Events at The Carolina Theatre
Events at The Pinhook
Events at Motorco Music Hall
Live Music at Blue Note Grill
Events at Moon Dog Meadery
Live Music at Sharp 9 Gallery
Events at Arcana
Events at Rubies on Five Points
Events at Durty Bull Brewing Company
Events at Glass Jug Beer Lab in RTP
Events at Glass Jug Beer Lab in Downtown Durham
Live Comedy at Mettlesome

Local Sports

Durham Bulls Home Stand at Durham Bulls Athletic Park
Carolina Flyers Ultimate at Durham County Memorial Stadium

Thursday, Apr 27

Jeghetto's Entertainment - Library Fest 2023 at South Regional Library
Vinyl Night with DJ Deckades at Gizmo Brew Works
Boulders & Brews Meetup at Triangle Rock Club - Durham
Trivia Night w/Big Slow Tom at Clouds Brewing Brightleaf Square

Friday, Apr 28

Tasting at Ten at Counter Culture Coffee
JAM.BAE Fridays at Gojo Hookah Lounge

Saturday, Apr 29

Durham Farmers’ Market at Durham Central Park
South Durham Farmers' Market at Greenwood Commons Shopping Center
parkrun Durham at Southern Boundaries Park
Canine Field Day at Rock Quarry Park
Old North Durham Art Walk
Crafternoons at Gizmo Brew Works
The Local Market Exchange Block Party at CCB Plaza

Sunday, Apr 30

Public Tour at Duke University Chapel
Trivia at Navigator Beverage Co.

Running Art Exhibits

Damian StameCollaborations: New Paintings at Craven Allen Gallery
Jim McKeon, Featured Artist at 5 Points Gallery
Beyond the Surface: Collage, Mixed Media and Textile Works from the Collection at the Nasher
Patrimonio Heritage at John Hope Franklin Center Gallery
Exhibits at 21c Museum Hotel
Spirit in the Land at the Nasher
Andy Warhol: You Look Good in Pictures at the Nasher
Art of Peru at the Nasher
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2023.04.26 00:45 really_not_reliable International Student going to Chicago, ask us question about anything !!

Hi Everyone! A few of my friends and I (we are based in Chicago) are starting an initiative to help International students adjust to life in the US! If you are an International Student going to study in Chicago and have a question about anything, let us know!
I was born and grew up in Indonesia, studied computer science at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. I am now working full time as a software developer based in Chicago. If you guys have a question about anything as an International Student, hit our Instagram dm! "@ismp_chicago" (I don't check my reddit dm that often, lol). Also, please come to our free virtual webinar about college life in the city of Chicago!
Learn tips from fellow international students and network with working professionals to accelerate your adjustment to US college life! 🎓Check out our free WELCOME TO CHICAGO 🏙️ webinar 5/4/2023 CST to learn your campus & neighborhood and connect with mentors! ismp_welcome.eventbrite.com
This is totally free. We are not going to put this into our resume or anything, we are not trying to do anything weird, just want to help fellow International students here!
Follow us on IG (@ismp_chicago ) 🙌
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2023.04.24 14:43 susannaleeisme Big Naturals at Big Mood Natural Wine Shop

Big Naturals at Big Mood Natural Wine Shop
Hey, we’re doing a free live comedy show this Wednesday 4/26 at Big Mood Natural Wine Shop in the crossroads. Pro touring comedians (not an open mic), wine by the glass or bottle (not free lol), starts at 7pm. Get some mid week laughs, this month features comedians in town from Chicago and NYC, as well as 3 local faves.
Reserve free seats on eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/big-naturals-comedy-big-mood-natural-wine-shop-tickets-620711253067
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2023.04.22 04:59 busfleetfoxes Envision the Peterson Metra Station: A curated conversation about walkability, accessibility and way-finding at the future Peterson Metra Station in West Ridge/Edgewater.

Envision the Peterson Metra Station: A curated conversation about walkability, accessibility and way-finding at the future Peterson Metra Station in West Ridge/Edgewater.
In partnership with local community organizations located in Edgewater, Rogers Park, West Ridge and Lincoln Square, the Good City Group invites you to a curated conversation about walkability, accessibility and way-finding around the future Peterson Metra Station.
Eventbrite link Sunday, April 30 · 4 - 5pm CDT Experimental Sound Studio, 5925 North Ravenswood Avenue, Chicago, IL 60660
Following brief introductions, the Good City Group will gather your feedback and ideas to enhance and beautify the area around the future station, a major asset to our neighborhoods. These could address tactical interventions, landscaping, way-finding, art installations and more.
With generous support from AMERICA WALKS
Learn more about the Good City Group, visit http://www.goodcitygroup.com
Area around the new Peterson Metra Station
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2023.04.20 03:06 LongJumpingDepth Blockchain Web3 Builder Maker Meetups (NoVa)

I've been living in NoVA for a bit and am curious if folks in this sub know of good blockchain and web3 meetups that are happening on regular basis. I've searched high and low on the event websites (meetup, eventbrite, etc), and came up empty handed (caveat: There is a series of events which charges $399 per session to give people web3 certificates..which is a ripoff).
There are tons of good events in NYC (BitDevs NYC and ETH NYC), even Chicago, which has a much smaller tech scene. Is there interest for this sort of meetup groups? Would folks be interested in this? Do you know one that you can recommend?
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2023.04.12 22:35 ChibisaurX Chicago experts of r/bangtan! What advice and recommendations do you have for ARMY visiting Chicago/Rosemont for the SUGA Agust D Concert!

In a few weeks, fans from all over the country/world will be in Chicago/Rosemont to see SUGA! Help an ARMY out and let them know about safety, how to get around, where to eat, tourist attractions, BTS related things to do, places that BTS has visited in Chicago, or anything else that you think someone should know when they visit!
Concert capacity of Allstate Arena is about 18500 over 3 dates, so let's get those thousands of recommendations from all of you.😅
Are you ARMY visiting Chicago/Rosemont and have questions about the city? Ask in the comments below!
I'm volunteering to compile this post based on the hard work/example of u/whyohwhy115's previous city advice threads and suggestions I've already received from other ARMY and the mods. Let's create our own bangtan guide to Chicagoland!

Places BTS Has Visited, Food They’ve Eaten

Concert Venues

Concert Related Events

Note: I'm not affiliated with any of the following events. Please reach out to event organizers if you have questions.
Cupsleeve Events
A cupsleeve event is a themed event at a cafe or similar location, often at boba tea places. You can usually buy themed goodies and get a free cupsleeve with a drink purchase. Some also feature other vendors selling art, baked goods, etc. These events can be popular, so it's recommended to reserve a free or paid tier before the event.
Cupsleeve events ran by The Purple Court or Our Heartshakers or BTS Tarot Project/BANGTAN SOCIAL CLUB.
  • Thursday, May 4 - 12-6pm - Hot & Cold Milk Tea - Schaumburg
  • Thursday, May 4 - 1-5pm - Mochinut - Chicago, UIC location
  • Friday, May 5 - 12-4pm - Daboba - Oakbrook Terrace
  • Friday, May 5 - 11:30am-5PM - Daboba - Chicago, Chinatown location - Note: New location to accommodate amount of vendors and participants
  • Saturday, May 6 - 11am-4pm - Lina’s Frozen Treats and Cafe - Niles
  • Saturday, May 6 - 11:30am-5PM - Daboba - Chicago, Chinatown location - Note: New location to accommodate amount of vendors and participants
Dancing/Clubbing
Events sponsored by BTS Tarot Project/BANGTAN SOCIAL CLUB or UH2BT.

Transportation

  • Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) - Chicago bus and train service. If you buy the CTA unlimited ride day passes, you can also use it on Pace buses.
  • The Rosemont CTA stop (called the L or El train, short for elevated train) is not close to Allstate Arena.
  • Plan a Trip - You can also use Google maps or a similar option.
  • Fares and Passes - If you'll be using Chicago public transit more than 2-3 times in a 24 hour period, the easiest option is to buy unlimited ride day passes (available in 1, 3, 7, and 30 day increments). You will likely save money or break even. If you want to buy these passes, the easiest option is to buy the disposable 1-Day ($5$) or 3-Day ($15) Ventra Tickets (3-Day available at airports only).
  • If you're taking the L train from O'Hare Airport, buy an unlimited pass, so you won't get charged the increased ride fee. This increased fee is only for rides from the airport into the city, not vice versa.
  • CTA How-to Guides
  • Ventra App - Reviews are mixed/bad, but it's needed if you want to use mobile wallets (Apple Pay, Google Pay, etc.) to load unlimited ride day passes.
In the Suburbs
  • Pace bus service is much more limited and does not cover all of the Chicago suburbs. If you're taking the train from the city, the Rosemont CTA stop is about a 50 minute walk to the arena.
  • Metra - Suburban train service - Primarily used by commuters and suburbanites going into Chicago. The schedules are much more limited than the CTA, and the cost is typically higher than the CTA (fares are charged based on start/end zones). The majority of Metra train lines end in Chicago at either Union Station or Ogilvie Transportation Center, which are both hubs for CTA buses and walkable distances to L trains.
  • You could also rideshare from the Rosemont stop. See driving section for rush hour times. After the concert, expect to see surge (increased) pricing from any rideshare company. Wait times will likely also be long.

Driving & Parking

Driving
  • Morning rush hour runs from approximately 6AM-9AM. Afternoon/night rush hour runs from approximately 3:30PM-6:30PM. Expect heavy traffic both ways (into and out of the city), and give yourself plenty of time to get to the venue if going during rush hour.
  • The Allstate Arena parking lot opens at 2PM. The parking fee is $25 (cash or credit card). Note that parking is listed as cash only on Allstate's Directions & Parking site, but it's listed as cash or credit card on their SUGA event page. To be safe, bring cash!
  • If you’re driving on a tollway, it is cashless and there is no option to pay via the booth. Here are a few options to pay.
Parking
  • Parking is a mix of paid and free parking. When parking, always check the signs on the curb to make sure you're allowed to park there. Don’t get fined or towed for parking somewhere with restricted hours, permit parking only, or on a street cleaning day! SpotAngels has a guide to Chicago street parking. Be aware of parking time limits!
  • Paid parking is through ParkChicago. You can pay at the on-street pay boxes (require you to type in your license plate number) or you can download and pay through their app.
  • If you didn’t use your full time while parking, you can park somewhere else with some caveats. See the ParkChicago FAQ: "Can I take my unused time and park somewhere else?"
Alternative parking options
Both allow free cancellations up to the start time of your reservation. The lots should honor your reservation (and not upcharge you), even if they’re charging more on the days of the concerts.
  • Distant alternative parking option: The Rosemont CTA stop (paid). It’s a far walk to the arena, so you may want to rideshare there.
DO NOT park in the nearby Target/strip mall parking lot for the concert. You will get towed.
Walking
  • Many ARMY will be walking from their hotels to the arena. Rosemont is a safe area, and you should be able to find many other concert goers walking back to the same hotels.
  • Chicago is very walkable. There are many distinct neighborhoods to discover and explore.
  • There are designated bike lanes on some streets. Bike rentals are available through Divvy throughout the city.
  • There is also a very popular bike/walking/running path along Lake Michigan called the Lakefront Trail.

Airports

O’Hare Airport - Most major airlines and international airlines fly out of O'Hare. This airport is very close to Rosemont.
Midway Airport - Major hub for Southwest Airlines. Not close to Rosemont.

Misc

  • Plan your itinerary with Google Maps/Apple Maps/Waze to calculate how long it will take you to get to your destination and check traffic conditions.
  • Make restaurant reservations ahead of time if possible to avoid long wait times.
  • If you're planning to visit a museum/attraction, check opening days/hours and reserve your tickets ahead of time.

WeatheWhat to Wear

  • May averages - Highs mid/high 60s. Lows mid/high 40s.
  • The weather is really variable in early May, so check the forecast closer to the concerts.
  • Wear layers. Bring a heavier coat, especially if going into Chicago. With the wind downtown/near the lake, it can feel significantly colder than projected temperatures, especially if you’re not used to colder weather.

Safety Tips

  • Rosemont is a western suburb of Chicago geared towards large scale conventions and events. It is safe to walk around, and there should be many ARMY walking back to their hotels, so stick near others.
  • As with any large city, especially when it's late at night, avoid taking public transit alone and don't walk around alone, especially in unfamiliar areas. Plan the areas/neighborhoods you want to visit.
  • Public transit in the city has good coverage. If you're going to touristy areas, you'll have other riders with you.
  • There has been an uptick in crimes on the CTA over the past couple years, but if you're using trains during normal hours and stay aware, you should be fine. If on a train/bus alone, go into train cars with more people, sit near the driver, etc.

Shopping

Tourist Attractions & Shows - Must See/Do in Chicagoland

General Websites For Chicago Tourism
Chicago Attractions & Shows
Suburban Attractions
  • Brookfield Zoo - Brookfield
  • Chicago Botanic Garden - Glencoe
  • H Mart - Niles - Korean grocery chain. This is the largest H Mart store in Illinois, but there are others in Chicago, Naperville, and Schaumburg. This complex also has some small shops in it (K-beauty, Korean walnut cake (hodo kwaja) store, food court, etc.)
  • Joong Boo Market - Glenview - Korean grocery chain. Also has locations in Chicago.
  • King Spa & Sauna - Niles - Korean spa/ jjimjilbang. Next to the H Mart complex. If you have never been to a Korean spa before, check out a guide and reviews to see if it's something you'd enjoy.
  • Mitsuwa Marketplace - Arlington Heights - Japanese marketplace with food court, grocery store, gacha machines, Kinokuniya stationary store, and various shops.
  • Parkway Bank Park Entertainment District - Rosemont - Restaurants, movie theatre, indoor skydiving, comedy club, piano bar, and more.
Notes
  • Most of these are not close to Allstate Arena, so plan transportation accordingly.
  • When planning your itinerary, be aware of the distance within the city limits and suburbs.
  • Travel even within city limits can take an hour or more if you’re sightseeing on opposite sides of the city. Give yourself plenty of time to travel and enjoy yourself!

Restaurants - Where to Eat

The restaurants in this list are mainly located in touristy areas like downtown (Loop, West Loop, Mag Mile, etc.) and Chinatown (for those of you going to the cupsleeve events). You can also ask in the comments for recs for particular cuisines or specific neighborhood eats. Reservations are highly recommended, especially during prime times on Friday/Saturday. Note that the city of Chicago's restaurant tax is 10.75%-11.75%. More recs are in the comments.
  • Suburban restaurant recs continued here!
  • Chicago restaurant recs continued here! Great for those who love to explore the neighborhoods or love to travel for food (or both!)
American, Comfort Food - Burgers, Hot Dogs, Italian Beef Sandwiches
  • Al’s Beef - Italian beef sandwich
  • Au Cheval - Elevated diner, well known for their burger and fried bologna sandwich
  • Bavette's Bar & Boeuf - Steakhouse
  • Beatrix - Breakfast/brunch (lemon ricotta pancakes), also open for lunch and dinner
  • The Gage - Poutine, burgers, gastropub
  • Girl and the Goat - Roasted pig face (don’t worry, it does not come out as a pig head)
  • Green Street Meats - BBQ
  • Portillo’s - Chicago style hot dogs, Italian beef sandwich, chocolate cake, shakes
  • Roister - Chef Grant Achatz's (Alinea Group) casual option and serves Aviary cocktails
  • The Publican - Gastropub, good charcuterie, large drink list
Pizza
  • Bonci - Roman style pizza - Flavors vary daily, you buy the pizza by the weight, so you can have the workers cut tiny pieces to try many flavors.
  • Flo & Santos
  • Lou Malnati's Pizzeria - Deep dish (and thin crust is good but with less cheese/crust), get the butter crust
  • Parlor Pizza Bar - Recommend the Burrata Be Kidding Me pizza
Asian Food (Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Filipino, and Various East/SE Asian Countries)
Boba/Bubble Teas, Desserts, Pastries, Bakeries, Cafes
European Food
  • Rose Mary - Italian and Croatian, reservations are pretty hot, so book now if interested.
Farmers' Markets
Food Halls (Various Cuisines)
Mexican, Latin American, South American, and Caribbean Food
  • Antique Taco - Mexican
  • BienMeSabe - Venezuelan arepas
  • Xoco - Mexican - Tortas, churros, and more. Torta ahogada is good if you like spicy food.
Mediterranean Food
Vegetarian/Vegan Food
  • Alice & Friends' Vegan Kitchen - Asian inspired. Highly recommended by original commenter.
  • Bloom Plant Based Kitchen - Many tapas-style vegan dishes. Original commenter has taken non-vegetarian/vegan friends and they’ve raved about the food.
  • The Chicago Diner - Has two locations in the city! Mostly serves American or Americanized food. They have vegan milkshakes and desserts.
  • Fancy Plants Kitchen - Has a variety of food including apps like a cheese plate and mushroom calamari and entrees like mushroom risotto, shepherd’s pie, the wellington.
  • Planta Queen - Has vegan sushi, noodles, and cold dishes. Also amazing dessert (get the matcha cheesecake!!)
  • Urban Vegan - Amazing vegan Thai food
  • Veggie House - Asian, primarily Chinese
General Resources for the Chicago Food Scene
I will be adding recommendations from you all!
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