$5 Skyy Cocktails, $4.50 Stella Bottles & $2 DeKuyper Shots
$3 pints of Miller Lite - $4 pints of Blue Moon
$3.50 well drinks and Miller Lite drafts
Bi-Polar Friday * Male Dancers @10:30pm * DJ Eric Hall * $5 Fireballs
|Dick's R U Crazee|
T.G.I.F. Show Tunes 5-9pm - For singing out loud
Sidetrack Favorites 9pm-2am
|Baton Show Lounge|
Shows at 8:30pm, 10:30pm and 12:30am.
|R Public House|
Fish Fry Friday
$5 Jameson and Bomb Shots $3.50 Pints of Miller Lite $3.50 Shock Tops
|Crew Bar and Grll|
Goose Island 312 Urban Wheat/Seasonal pints $4.25 PBR cans $2.00 Ketel Oranje Skinny Lemonade $4.50
Fridays After Work Set TGIF
BLUE MOON PINTS WITH A SLICE OF ORANGE - $3.00
|Kit Kat Lounge & Supper Club|
$30 three course prix-fixe menu - Includes a martini, salad and entree
$15 Absolut Pink Lemonade Pitchers
$15 Absolut Blue Hawaiian Pitchers
$5 Bacardi Bombs
|The SoFo Tap|
Free Food 3:30pm - 7pm
A Current Affair - Weekly Theme Party
Monthly Dance off Pants off Party
$5 Well Cocktails
Beauties & Beaus, 9:30pm, hot male dancers and female impersonators. See hydratechicago.com for more details
"COSMIX" w/DJ Greg Haus til 4am.
Electronica/Indie Alternative dance music and video
$3 Berlin Bombs (now with Absolut), $5 Tropical Sex pints, $4 Honey flavored whiskey (Jack/Jim), $4 Corona, $5 Malibu, $6 Absolut
FINALLY FRIDAY Raffle at 8pm
$5 Altos margaritas
Fruity Friday - $5 Pints of Mary's yummy "FRUIT PUNCH" cocktail!
|DS Tequila Company|
Fiesta Fridays: 1/2 off Appetizers 4pm-7pm $10 Fiesta Bowls all night
No Cover and a great eclectic mix of people
$5 Mary Punch, $2 House Shots
|Phoenix Bar (Hunter's) |
$5 Fireball Shots $4 3 Olives any flavor
Free Dance Lessons with Kyle 9PM Men of Charlies Contest, the First Friday of Each Month at 10PM.
|Center on Halsted|
Man Cave - Masculine identified Trans 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
|Shakers On Clark (Formerly 3160)|
Half Price Martinis
|Broadway Youth Center|
6PM-9PM: Friday Drop In, A safe space for youth, includes education and support groups, anonymous HIV testing and medical care.
$3.50 Stella Artois
Don't be afraid to Look $5 Long Island $12 domestic buckets $16 import buckets
|Lucky Horseshoe Lounge|
Chicago's biggest & best line-up of male dancers-start at 4PM
Karaoke Night $6 Absolute Vodka Cocktails
Wednesday October 25th
Brit Bennett in conversation with Britt Julious: The Mothers
Welcome Brit Bennett to Women & Children First to discuss her debut novel, The Mothers, with local writer Britt Julious.
Set within a contemporary black community in Southern California, Brit Bennett's mesmerizing first novel is an emotionally perceptive story about community, love, and ambition.
It is the last season of high school life for Nadia Turner, a rebellious, grief-stricken, seventeen-year-old beauty. Mourning her own mother's recent suicide, she takes up with the local pastor's son. Luke Sheppard is twenty-one, a former football star whose injury has reduced him to waiting tables at a diner. They are young; it's not serious. But the pregnancy that results from this teen romance--and the subsequent cover-up--will have an impact that goes far beyond their youth. As Nadia hides her secret from everyone, including Aubrey, her God-fearing best friend, the years move quickly. Soon, Nadia, Luke, and Aubrey are full-fledged adults and still living in debt to the choices they made that one seaside summer, caught in a love triangle they must carefully maneuver, and dogged by the constant, nagging question: What if they had chosen differently? The possibilities of the road not taken are a relentless haunt.
Born and raised in Southern California, Brit Bennett graduated from Stanford University and later earned her MFA in fiction at the University of Michigan, where she won a Hopwood Award in Graduate Short Fiction as well as the 2014 Hurston/Wright Award for College Writers. Her work is featured in The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, The Paris Review, and Jezebel. She is one of the National Book Foundation's 2016 5 Under 35 honorees.
Britt Julious is a journalist and essayist. She currently writes a weekly column for the Chicago Tribune and regularly contributes pieces about art, music, race, feminism and culture to publications including the New York Times, Esquire, ELLE, GQ, Rolling Stone and Vice. Britt hosts "The Back Talk," a podcast featuring stories from young women of color.
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