STICKING THEIR NECKS OUT The Atlanta band Black Lips has a history of audience interaction. See whether the guys continue the trend Thursday at the Logan Square Auditorium.
Don’t-miss picks for Wed 03.31.10 through Tue 04.06.10:
ALSO THIS WEEK: Go see The Lost Boys of Sudan, a play about refugee children in North Dakota, at Victory Gardens on Apr 1, and you’ll score a sneak peek of 22 Years from Home, the new documentary on a Lost Boy turned Chicagoan, weeks before its official local premiere.
FREEBIES OF THE WEEK
film The Street Stops Here
You don’t even have to TiVo it: This new hoops documentary from Chicago’s own Teamworks Media makes its TV debut on an NCAA off-night. The film follows Bob Hurley Sr., the life-changing basketball coach at St. Anthony High School in Jersey City, New Jersey, but has a local backstory; read about it in our March issue, then watch the trailer.
GO: Mar 31 at 9 on WTTW Channel 11. wttw.com or thestreetstopsheremovie.com
Photography: Paul Slattery