Agenda: Mon 7/18/22 – Chicago Reader


One of the area’s most underrated art treasures is the Lubeznik Center for the Arts (101 W. Second, Michigan City, Indiana), which is free and open to the public six days a week (closed Tuesdays). On view now is “moniquemeloche presents,” a showcase of artists represented by Monique Meloche Gallery in West Town, which focuses on emerging talent from the international modern art world. The exhibition functions like a survey of the current art landscape with an emphasis on the social practice approach championed by Chicagoans like Theaster Gates. It includes works from Sanford Biggers, Rashid Johnson, Layo Bright, Dan Gunn, Sheree Hovsepian, and more, and it’s on view through October 21. Check Lubeznik’s website to plan your visit. Open hours today are 10 AM-5 PM. (MC)

Monday Night Foodball tonight promises a visit from local royalty, as chef Mike “Ramen Lord” Satinover brings his ramen magic to the Kedzie Inn (4100 N. Kedzie) with a return of his Akahoshi Ramen pop-up. Alas, pre-ordering is sold out as of this writing, but a limited number of walk-in bowls will be available, starting at 5 PM. Reader senior writer Mike Sula has more on Satinover’s special noodles here. (SCJ)

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