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SUNDAY SPECIALS
Charlie'sCharlie's
Euchre 6 p.m., karaoke with Man Fag at 9 p.m., $10 top-shelf pitchers

Dick's R U CrazeeDick's R U Crazee
Free Hotdogs and Chips

Estelle'sEstelle's
$5 Brat with Fries $4 SKA Cans

Roscoe'sRoscoe's
$12 Absolut Long Island Pitchers $5 Jameson Shots $1 Miller Lite Drafts

SidetrackSidetrack
Open 1pm Sunday Funday Show Tunes 4-9pm Best of Sidetrack to keep you singing along until 2am

HydrateHydrate
Sunday Funday w/hot and sexy go-go boys, beer and cocktail specials, featuring Boystowns largest fishbowl cocktails, 2-7pm 11pm: Sunday w/ the Spinsters: DJ Laura B

Progress BarProgress Bar
Reincarnate party. Resident DJ Zebo

Hamburger Mary'sHamburger Mary's
$5 pints of Sauza Margaritas and frozen slushies, all day in Hamburger Mary's and Mary's Rec Room.

DS Tequila CompanyDS Tequila Company
Foul Play: 11am - 3pm Brunch $9 Liquor Yards & $6 Beer Yards

The CallThe Call
$2 PBRs $5 Mug-O-Margaritas $12 Long Island Pitchers

BerlinBerlin
1st Sunday: Madonna-Rama w/DJ Riley York 2nd Sunday: New Wave 80s night w/DJ Greg Haus & guests $3 Berlin Bombs (now with Absolut), $5 Tropical Sex pints, $4 Honey flavored whiskey (Jack/Jim), $2 PBR, $3 Corona, $4 Kraken Rum, $6 Stoli

Bobby Love'sBobby Love's
$10 Bud Light & Miller Lite Pitchers

InnexileInnexile
BLUE MOON PINTS WITH A SLICE OF ORANGE - $3.00

Phoenix Bar   (Hunter's) Phoenix Bar (Hunter's)
Open @ Noon Ultimate Sports on all Screens * Latin Night 9pm - 2am

Center on HalstedCenter on Halsted
Celebrate Bisexuality Party 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM

ToucheTouche
.50 cent Bud and Bud Light drafts

Kit Kat Lounge & Supper ClubKit Kat Lounge & Supper Club
Divalicious Brunch starring Madam X, 11am-4pm 1/2 off martinis 1/3 off small plates

The ClosetThe Closet
$3.50 Pints of Miller Lite $3.50 Shock Tops

ManeuversManeuvers
Go Retro DJ Kevin $1 Miller Drafts

Shakers On Clark (Formerly 3160)Shakers On Clark (Formerly 3160)
$6 Bloody Mary Bar, $4 Mimosas

The SoFo TapThe SoFo Tap
$3 Miller Lite Drafts

Lucky Horseshoe LoungeLucky Horseshoe Lounge
Male dancers starting at 2PM

Big ChicksBig Chicks
Free BBQ/inside picnic at 4:30 p.m., $2.50 vodka lemonades

Scarlet BarScarlet Bar
Liquid Brunch DJ Dolo and DJ Konsept $12 Champagne Bottles $5 Stoli Drinks $3 Miller Lites

Baton Show LoungeBaton Show Lounge
Shows at 8:30pm, 10:30pm and 12:30am.

AtmosphereAtmosphere
DIVA! All Drag Revue * 1st and 3rd Sundays * $4 Hornitos Lime shots

Farraguts on ClarkFarraguts on Clark
Free Pool & $2.00 drafts of Miller lite, Leinenkugels, and PBR

CellblockCellblock
The weekend isn't over just yet Join bartenders Rick and Mark

Spyners PubSpyners Pub
$3.50 Bombs Away

The GlenwoodThe Glenwood
Sunday Bloody Sunday $5 Absolut Bloody Marys $6 Double Pints of Miller Lite

Club EscapeClub Escape
DJ Mel spins

Club KraveClub Krave
Drag Bingo @ 7 p.m. with Brandi Wyne, karaoke with Star Finder Karaoke at 9:30PM $2 drafts $4 bloody marys $4 draft pitchers


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  TODAYS GAY & LESBIAN EVENTS

Tuesday April 30th

MCA Women's Board Luncheon, Visionary: Celebrating Judy Chicago
12:00pm

MCA Women's Board honors iconic artist Judy Chicago at second annual luncheon event

The Women's Board of the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago has announced renowned feminist artist Judy Chicago is the featured guest for the second annual MCA Women's Board Luncheon, Visionary: Celebrating Judy Chicago. Dedicated to honoring exemplary women artists around the world, the luncheon brings together the city's most influential leaders in support of arts education and public outreach programs that inspire local youth to find their civic voices. Guests enjoy a curated program featuring a conversation between MCA Chief Curator Michael Darling and Judy Chicago, discussing her work as an artist and activist.

Judy Chicago is an artist, feminist, educator, author, and influencer whose career spans five decades. A pioneer of feminist art and education since the 1970s, Chicago is best known for her work The Dinner Party (1974-76), a monumental multimedia project that has been exhibited in six countries and celebrated in countless publications. An author of numerous books, Chicago's work has been translated into numerous foreign editions, bringing her art and philosophy to readers worldwide. Visionary: Celebrating Judy Chicago is organized by event co-chairs Janet Anixter and Nicole Drexler with Women's Board President Ellen B. Wallace, and takes place at the Standard Club on Tuesday, April 30, at noon.

ABOUT JUDY CHICAGO

Judy Chicago founded the Fresno Feminist Art Program at California State University in the early 1970s before turning her attention to the subject of women's history for her celebrated work, The Dinner Party. Having observed an absence of iconography about the subject of birth in Western art, Chicago created Birth Project (1980-85), a series of birth and creation images executed by 150 skilled needle workers around the country. Her inquiry into issues of power and powerlessness led to projects such as PowerPlay, which examined the gender construct of masculinity, in addition to The Holocaust Project: From Darkness Into Light.

Chicago's most recent body of work, The End: A Meditation on Death and Extinction, debuts at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington DC in the fall of 2019 to coincide with the publication of a major monograph by Scala. Chicago's work is included in the collections of the British Museum, Moderna Museet, Metropolitan Museum of Art, National Gallery, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, Hammer Museum, Getty Trust and Getty Research Institute, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Tate Modern, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Art Institute of Chicago, and over 25 university art museums such as Brandeis, Cornell, Harvard, Michigan, UCLA, Canterbury (New Zealand), and Cambridge (UK).

ABOUT THE MCA WOMEN'S BOARD

The proceeds of the Visionary: Celebrating Judy Chicago luncheon support the Women's Board Learning Studios and the museum's work with schools, teachers, and teens. The MCA's reputation of being at the forefront of learning is directly linked to the Women's Board, which celebrated its 50th anniversary last year with inaugural Visionary Luncheon honoree Annie Leibovitz. Upon the museum's founding in 1967, a group of impassioned women created the MCA's Women's Board to connect the museum and its community through dynamic educational programming and events for visitors from Chicago and beyond. The Women's Board's significant contribution to name the Learning Studios continues to support the initiatives of the museum's Learning and Public Programs department.

LUNCHEON TICKETS

Ticket prices are $10,000 (Sponsor) or $5,000 (Benefactor) for a table of 10; or $500 (Patron) or $300 (Individual) for one ticket. All tickets include valet parking and a commemorative dinner plate and can be purchased at www.mcachicago.org/visionary or by calling 312.397.4017.



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