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Gapers Block published from April 22, 2003 to Jan. 1, 2016. The site will remain up in archive form. Please visit Third Coast Review, a new site by several GB alumni.
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Tuesday, March 28

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SummerDance Nomadic DJ Series @ Grant Park

This afternoon at 4:30 PM, deejays Chip E. and Old School Kenny Ray provide the music for two and a half hours of dancing. Taste of Chicago Taste Stage, 331 E Randolph Street. For more information, visit the website.

It Came From the Neo-Futurarium: KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park @ Neo-Futurarium

The Neo-Futurists continue their 5th annual It Came From The Neo-Futurarium series of dramatic readings of bad film scripts tonight with the staged reading of the 1978 made-for-TV film KISS Meets The Phantom of the Park. The reading kicks off tonight at 8:00 at the Neo-Futurarium (5153 N. Ashland, at Foster). Tickets are $10, $8 for students w/valid ID, and $2 off for repeat customers. It Came From The Neo-Futurarium runs Thursday nights through August 3, and each performance is a different film; see the Neo-Futurist Website for a complete schedule and to purchase tickets. You may also call the Neo-Futurist hotline to make reservations: (773) 275-5255.

Melissa Fraterrigo @ Women & Children First

Evergreen Park native Melissa Fraterrigo reads from her new collection of short stories, The Longest Pregnancy, tonight at Women & Children First (5233 N. Clark St.). 7:30pm. Free.

Bible of the Devil and Priestess @ Double Door

If you think Canadians are all sunshine and maple syrup, think again. There's some serious heavy rockers coming to the Double Door tonight and they've invited some of our neighbors to the north. Chicago metal band Bible of the Devil headlines with Montreal-based Priestess supporting along with The Resonators and Blackmaker. Grab your favorite faded black t-shirt and be prepared to rock. (Remember: nothing shakes off the fuzz from a long holiday weekend better than a bit o' headbanging.) The Double Door is located at 1572 N. Milwaukee Ave. Tickets are $8 and the show starts at 9pm.



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