Sun. Dec 4th, 2022

Monday Evening Foodball time means an opportunity to pattern wares from among the newest meals purveyors to affix Chicago’s sea of nice cooks and meals pop-ups. Tonight is not any exception because the siblings Emilio and Santiago Guererro convey their “plant-based, precolonial taqueria” Piñatta to the Kedzie Inn’s kitchen (4100 N. Kedzie). Learn extra in regards to the pop-up right here, and stroll in and order beginning at 5 PM (no reservations required). (SCJ)

Pay fairness has more and more grow to be a sizzling matter in theater, with Chicago’s On Our Staff and different organizations main the way in which by means of instruments just like the Chicago Pay Fairness Requirements. If you happen to’d wish to know extra in regards to the motion and find out how you as a patron can higher advocate for the monetary stability of individuals making artwork, there’s a panel on “The Pay’s the Factor” tonight at 5:30 PM at Columbia School Chicago’s Theatre Constructing (62-72 E. eleventh), moderated by Cody Estle, creative director of Raven Theatre. (Estle departs Raven in December for Subsequent Act Theatre in Milwaukee; transferring the corporate to a Chicago Space Theatre, or CAT, Fairness contract to assist guarantee extra monetary assist for artists was one of many objectives he and managing director Markie Grey labored on throughout his tenure.) The panelists embrace Elsa Hiltner of On Our Staff, Lauren Katz of Steppenwolf Theatre, Logan Jones, the advertising director for About Face Theatre, and Jan Feldman, government director of Legal professionals for the Inventive Arts. It’s free, however you can also make a reservation at eventbrite.com. (KR)

Some music choices (with hyperlinks to previous Reader protection):

The Rembrandt Chamber Musicians current an all-Mozart program at PianoForte Studios (7:30 PM, 1335 S. Michigan, $15, all-ages, tickets on the group’s Sq. web site).

It’s an evening of latest digital dance-pop (is all of it hyperpop? maybe?) at Co-Prosperity, as Hyd, Umru, and Equip carry out (8 PM, 3219 S. Morgan, $20, 18+, tickets at Eventbrite).

Indie-pop group Lady Okay opens for Atlanta’s Lunar Trip tonight at Subterranean (8 PM, 2011 W. North, $22, 17+, tickets at TicketWeb).

Elastic Arts hosts two units of collaborations between French and American musicians together with The Bridge, a cultural trade program. First set options trombonist Steve Berry with Erwan Keravec on bagpipes and Will Faber on guitar (8 PM, 3429 W. Diversey, second flooring, $10-$15, all-ages, tickets on the door). (SCJ)

The Pilsen Housing Cooperative (PIHCO) is a company created by neighborhood members as a response to gentrification and rising lease costs within the neighborhood. PIHCO’s member-owners work collectively to keep up limited-equity and scattered-site housing, and the group is searching for to buy a 3rd constructing this yr, which might open up 18 extra models of “community-powered housing.” Tonight PIHCO hosts a fundraiser at Simone’s Bar (7-9:30 PM, 960 W. 18th St.) that includes a silent public sale, a sport of lotería, and extra. It’s $5 on the door, and open to these 21+; particulars are on the group’s web site. (SCJ)

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