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Upcoming: Bollywood dance, JD Glass concert, Mudderella, Mary Lambert
2016-04-19

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Mary Lambert at NU April 26

Grammy nominee Mary Lambert—possibly best known for singing with Macklemore and Ryan Lewis on the song "Same Love"—will discuss the art of songwriting (along with a special performance).

The free event will take place Tuesday, April 26, 7-8:30 p.m., on the Evanston campus of Northwestern University at Lutkin Hall, 700 University Pl. Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot will be the moderators.

See www.northwestern.edu/writingarts/ .

Queer Bollywood dance party April 22

Trikone Chicago is hosting its bimonthly Bollywood dance party Friday, April 22, 10 p.m.-2 a.m., at Big Chicks, 5024 N. Sheridan Rd.

This event, which features South Asian dance music and performances, is open to all; attendees are encouraged to invite friends and family. The venue will have all-gender restrooms and nametags for pronouns. A suggested $5 donation will go toward helping Trikone raise funds to support programs for the South Asian LGBTQI community in Chicago.

See TrikoneChicago.org .

JD Glass concert in Glenview April 21

A concert by JD Glass will take place Thursday, April 21, 7:30-9:30 p.m., at Rock House Glenview, 1742 Glenview Rd.

Glass—a musician and author who lives in New York—is the lead singer and plays guitar in The Charm Alarm, according to Lesbian Reading Room. She has also written books such as Red Light, Punk and Zen, and Punk Like Me. See " JD at Rockhouse Glenview!" on Facebook.

'Mudderella' June 4

Mudderella, the five-mile-plus obstacle course challenge designed for women by

women, will make its third return to Chicago on Saturday, June 4.

Mudderella events are non-competitive challenges designed to empower women to work together while overcoming obstacles and having fun. Each course includes 12-15 signature Mudderella obstacles designed to test balance, agility, strength and teamwork in a fun and social setting.

More than 5,000 participants took part in the 2015 Chicago event, and this year's event is expected to be one of the biggest yet. Mudderella is a partner of Futures Without Violence, and its mission to prevent and put an end to domestic violence by developing educational programs and resources on domestic-violence awareness.

See mudderella.com/events/chicago- 2016/ .

Full calendar of events at the link: www.windycitymediagroup.com/gay/chicago/events ./upcoming.php


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