Pencil This In: Soup And Bread Starts Tonight; Another Art Shay Photo Exhibition; A Fundraiser for Clifton Lewis
Soup and Bread
Year Four of Soup and Bread begins 5:30 p.m. today at Hideout. Guest soup chefs include Erin Drain (Former LUSH Wine and Spirits gal, now at Nightwood); beef stew aficionado Miall Nunnelly; Bonnie Tawse; The Numero Group's Michael Slaboch; Penny Duff of ThreeWalls; Swim Café and bread from La Farine Bakery. Proceeds from tonight will benefit Casa Catalina Basic Human Needs Center in Back of the Yards. (1354 W. Wabansia, 5:30-7:30 p.m.)
If you missed out on Art Shay's photojournalism discussion at the Apple Store Lincoln Park last week, this week provides you another opportunity to admire his photography in a real life setting. Art Shay and the Documenting of Mid-Century America opens 5 p.m. Friday at Stephen Daitler Gallery (230 W. Superior St.) and runs through Feb. 25. Art will be in attendance for Friday's opening.
Police Officer Fundraiser
Chick-fil-A Water Tower is accepting donations during business hours tomorrow in honor of Chicago Police officer Clifton Lewis, who was killed during a convenience store robbery last week. In addition, Chick-fil-A Loyola Water Tower will donate $1 for every Foursquare check-in and donating a portion of tomorrow's sales receipts to Lewis's family. (30 E. Chicago Ave.)
If you have an event for inclusion in "Pencil This In," please contact Tankboy (for A&E-related listings), Anthony (for tastings, dinners and food and drink-related events) or tips[at]chicagoist[dot]com.