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Pencil This In

By Staff in Arts & Entertainment on Oct 19, 2011 5:20PM

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Claire Zulkey's "Funny Ha-Ha" at Hideout tonight is loaded with local literary luminaries who host their own shows around town. The Paper Machete's Christopher Piatt is on the bill, as is reading Under the Influence's Amy Guth, The Interview Show's Mark Bazer, So You Think You Have Nerves of Steel's Jacob Knabb, Shame that Tune's Abraham Levitan and The Kates' host Kelsie Huff. [1354 W. Wabansia, 7 p.m.; $5 suggested donation.]


Logan Square Neighborhood Association presents the Halloween Shakedown featuring Mucca Pazza, Fandanguero and Ami Saraiya & The Outcome at the Logan Square Auditorium. This 21+ show will also have a photo booth and a costume contest, which would be a good time to test out your costume plans. It all starts 8 p.m. tomorrow and you can purchase tickets here.


Green City Market's Junior Board is heading to Leaning SHed Farm Sunday to help plan 30,000 cloves of garlic that will be ready for next spring. Since they'll be carpooling to Berrien Springs, MI, they need bodies who are willing to do this to RSVP by close of business today. If interested, email them here.