$10 pitcher specials
$1.50 Bottles $6 Buckets $3 Bombs
Bear Den: Weekly bear night, 9pm-2am
$3 Miller Lite pints, $4 Blue Moon and other brews, $5 Jack Daniels cocktails
|Baton Show Lounge|
Shows at 8:30pm, 10:30pm and 12:30am.
Let it Out $2.50 Domestic Bottles $4 you-call-it top shelf $10 wine bottles
|Kit Kat Lounge & Supper Club|
Half priced martinis and $5 mojitos
Your favorite Sidetrack Party Videos until 2am
Comedy videos the 1st Thursday of the month 8pm-midnight
Thursty Thursdays - $1 off pints of all Mary's home brew pints.. all day!
|The SoFo Tap|
$1 Jello Shots
Guy's Night * Male Dancers @10pm * $5 Bombs and shots
Karaoke w/ Karyn 9:30-1:30 - $3.50 Pints of Miller Lite $3.50 Shock Tops
Carnal Carnival- Enjoy our unique and sexy games set up all over the bar and some of the hottest eye candy around.
$3 Domestics $5 Jameson $5 Jagers
$3.50 pints of all Mary's home brew drafts
|Farraguts on Clark|
$3 well, mixed cocktails, shots
|Davenport's Piano Bar Cabaret|
Thursday trio with $2.50 Miller Lites
$3 top shelf drinks and beer, 80s flashback night
|Dick's R U Crazee|
|Broadway Youth Center|
6PM-8PM: Positive, a support group for HIV+ youth, ages 16-24.
Stardust: Featuring rotating special programs with live acts, DJs, hosts, & guests every week.
Hosted By: Scott Cramer & Kater Jayne
1st Thu.: LQQKS. Featuring special LQQKS, and performances, with Resident DJ [X]P & guest host Lucy Stoole.
$3 Berlin B
|Lucky Horseshoe Lounge|
Boystown's only Industry Night
BLUE MOON PINTS WITH A SLICE OF ORANGE - $3.00
THIRSTY THURSDAY $2 Wells & Pints - all other drinks $3
|Center on Halsted|
Queer Tango - Level 1 & 2 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
|DS Tequila Company|
Taco Night: $9.99 / $12.99 All you can Eat Tacos after 5pm
|Shakers On Clark (Formerly 3160)|
$3 Fireball shots, $2 Miller Lite Bottles
Q&A Trivia at 8:30pm with KWizmaster Kirk
Tullamore Dew whiskey specials
|Phoenix Bar (Hunter's) |
Hot Go-Go Dancers $4 Bacardi $4 Patron
$5.50 Absolut Cocktails
DJ LiL Mikey
$5 Mini Long Island Iced Tea Pitchers
$5 40oz. Miller Lite Bottles
$5 24 oz. Corona Bottles
$5 2 Chi-Style Dogs With Fries $4 Absolut Cocktails $4 Featured Drafts
$12 Absolut Long Island Pitchers
$12 Jack Daniel's Honey Lynchburg Lemonade Pitchers
$5 Jack Daniel's Honey Shots
$2.50 Miller Lite Drafts
Friday September 28th
From Old Town School:
As Holly Near celebrates her first album in three years, Peace Becomes You, she's building on 40 creative years and 30 recordings. Respected around the world for her music and activism, her joy and passion inspire people to join in her celebration of the human spirit. Equally compelling at her shows or through your speakers, her music fully engages listeners in the world around them. Holly has made a career speaking to anyone in the world who believes in peace, justice, and feminism, a wonderful spectrum of humanity.
Born in Ukiah, CA in 1949, Holly began singing in high school, including work with a local folk group. She built on her performing career with acting parts on Mod Squad and appeared in a number of guest roles in seminal 70s TV shows like Room 222 and The Partridge Family. In 1970, she was a cast member of the Broadway musical Hair. Following the Kent State shootings in May of that year, the entire cast staged a silent vigil in protest. The song, "It Could Have Been Me" (which was released on A Live Album, 1974), was her heartfelt response to the shootings. In 1971, she joined the Free The Army Tour, an anti-Vietnam War road show of music, comedy, and plays organized by antiwar activist Fred Gardner and actors Jane Fonda and Donald Sutherland.
In 1972, Holly was one of the first women to create an independent record company, paving the way for women like Ani DiFranco and others. Her goal was to promote and produce music by politically conscious artists from around the world, a mission that Redwood Records fulfilled for nearly 20 years. Often cited as one of the founders of the Women's Music movement, she not only led the way for outspoken women in the music world, but also worked for peace and multicultural consciousness. Throughout her long career Holly has worked with a wide array of musicians, including Pete Seeger, Ronnie Gilbert, Arlo Guthrie, Mercedes Sosa, Bernice Johnson Reagon, Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne, Joan Baez, Phil Ochs, Harry Belafonte, and many others.
Holly Near has been recognized many times for her work for social change, including honors from the ACLU, the National Lawyers Guild, the National Organization for Women, and the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences; she was named Ms. Magazine Woman of the Year and received the Legends of Women's Music Award. During her travels in the Pacific with the Free the Army show, Holly became a globally conscious feminist, linking international feminism and anti-war activism. She was an active participant and coalition builder in what she calls the "heady days" of 70s activism, when so many movements were gestating and jostling with one another.
Another significant arena of Holly's activism is the LGBTQ community. Her interest was both personal and political. She was one of the first celebrities to discuss her sexual orientation during a pioneering 1976 interview with People magazine. A staunch advocate for LGBTQ rights, Holly is comfortable with her own sexuality and has a clear understanding of the fluidity of sexual orientation.
Holly is also a teacher, presenting master classes in performance craft and songwriting to diverse audiences. Building on this role, her historic papers are housed at Radcliffe's Schlesinger Library and are regarded as an informed look at the last 40 years of social change movements.
She has also become a spokeswoman within the social change music movement. During her time on the road, luminaries in the folk world have noted how her presence sets the tone for each event she joins. As she has observed, "Music can influence choices, for better or worse. A lullaby can put a troubled child to sleep but Muzak can put a whole nation to sleep. A marching band can send our children off to war. It can also have everyone laughing and dancing and loving as it leads a gay-pride parade."
Holly finds herself in a role that her amazing journey has uniquely prepared her to fill as the significance of her work over time has crystalized her iconic status. At once flattered, amazed, and centered, she graciously assumes this honoring that comes with time, proud to represent - through her voice and her music - the movements that are so fundamental to her spirit.
Old Town School of Folk Music
4544 N Lincoln Ave
Chicago, IL 60625