Chicago comedians hosting are Mz Ruff n Stuff, Trina Tru Luv, and Otis Mack "The Heavy Diva," and poet/singer Storie Devereaux. Participation in the Swap is easy: bring something, take something!
Donations should be gently-worn clothing, shoes, and accessories.
Reservations are required, multiple dates through the end of the month. There will be two Live music sets by Brooklyn-based psych-pop group Sky White Tiger as well as DJ Plastic Crimewave. It's your only chance view the night sky using the telescope at the Doane Observatory.
Check the site for full details to purchase tickets. Well I'm sure there are some of you that don't, but for those of you that do, make sure to check out Independent Women, a celebration of strong women through history.
It wasn’t until five years ago when I actually moved to Chicago that I came to appreciate its diverse, albeit segregated, culture.
Many large, queer (read: non-predominantly gay male) shindigs occur monthly or randomly, so for the low down on what’s about to go down, join the Chicagostraddlers, follow Roxx Promotions, or stalk Glitter Guts Photobooth.
Here is a non-exhaustive (though compiling this, I am quite exhausted), listing of the lady places and spaces: Wild Thursdays (Victor Hotel, 311 N.
Sangamon St.) A weekly 18 LGBTQ dance party that serves alcohol (if you’re 21 )! Clark St.) Located in Lesbianland (Andersonville), T’s is a good choice on pretty much any night.
The best times are after CMSA softball on Sundays and on Saturdays for the newly instated “Tease Her at T’s” dance parties.