What's Happening In Beverly/West Beverly/Mt. Greenwood

JULY, 2018

The 95th Street Farmers Market ~ Sundays in July

Visit the 95th Street Business Association Farmers Market which takes place every Sunday morning from the beginning of May until the end of October from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 1835 W. 95th Street

Live Music Mondays ~ July 9, 16, 23 and 30

Sponsored by Goose Island there will be various genres each week, outside in the courtyard. Music Schedule: July 2, No Concert, July 9, Return 2 Soul, July 16, Nuclear Jazz Quarktet
July 23, The Holdouts, July 30, Caliente.  Beverages are availale for purchase, no outside beverages permitted. Bring your own chairs  and no pets please. $5 Minimum Donation Appreciated. Beverly Arts Center

Bernadette ~ Wednesday, July 11, 2018 at 7:30PM

1994 was the perfect summer… for heartache. At 15, Archie Kinsler has an impossible goal: to win the heart of Bernadette, a 17 year-old lifeguard and French foreign exchange student, before she returns home at the end of the season. Desperate to gain her attention, Archie and his two best friends get their first jobs working at the local Park District. With the help of their boss, Dixon, a local lothario and suburban legend, Archie and his friends learn about love, adulthood, and all the things that books can’t teach. Bernadette – Shot and Produced locally by DePaul University’s project Bluelight Program, Bernadette made its premiere at the Cleveland International Film Festival. Beverly Arts Center, 2407 W. 111th st. Concessions, full bar, free parking, $6 ($5 BAC Members)

Why We Sing the Blues ~ SATURDAY, JULY 14th at 8PM

Tony Award Nominee Felicia P. Fields, honored for creating the role of Sofia in The Color Purple, performs with multi-award-winning blues artist, Sam “Shake” Anderson, acclaimed blues man Chic Streetman, Frank Menzies on keyboards, and Zachary Bridgeman on bass. BEVERLY ARTS CENTER, 2407 W 111th Street, Tickets:  $30 ($27 for BAC members), CONCESSIONS, FULL BAR, & FREE PARKING • $6 ($5 BAC Members)

BIKES AND BREWS ~ Friday, JULY 20

Bikes and Brews, a festival of beers and pro/am cycling. 16th annual Beverly Hills Cycling Classic. The pro/am racing event will feature top riders competing in the Prairie State Cycling Classic’s Intelligentsia Cup, plus an expanded festival serving up beer from local breweries. Food truck specialties, live music and a Kids Zone make it a great summer evening to enjoy 6 exciting pro/am races. The start/finish and festival grounds are moving to the St. Barnabas parish parking lot, 10100 South Longwood Drive, and the new 1.54 kilometer criterium course will take riders in a loop through the historic Beverly/Morgan Park neighborhood from Longwood Drive to Seeley Avenue, between 100th and 102nd Streets. Craft beers from Lagunitas and other favorite breweries including Open Outcry Brewing Company and Horse Thief Hollow will be available for purchase beginning at 4 p.m. The festival will also feature food from local restaurants, a kids’ zone, live music and lots more. The suggested donation for admission to the festival area is $5 and supports BAPA’s community-based programs.

Metropolitan ~ WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 2018 at 7:30PM

Both a quiet look at a (seemingly) bygone strain of American life and a screwball romantic comedy, Whit Stillman’s 1990 debut feature Metropolitan continues our classic cinema summer despite being one of the first, and most influential, indie films of the 1990s. Observing—for a time, it seems, plotlessly—the lives of a group of young and wealthy friends in New York City, the film’s focus becomes the awkward relationship between Tom, a sensitive, not-quite-upper class interloper into the circles of the elite, and Audrey, a shy, beautiful recent college graduate. The film might be considered an old classic because it hearkens back to the dignified, conversational comedic styles of Ernst Lubitsch and Howard Hawkes even as it’s visual style recalls films of the French New Wave and John Sayles. It’s the late 80s/early 90s wrinkled letter in a time capsule; you unfold it, guffaw, and throw it back into the sea (just not off the coast of South Hampton). Beverly Arts Center, BAFFES THEATRE, 2407 W. 111th st. CONCESSIONS, FULL BAR, & FREE PARKING • $6 ($5 BAC Members)

AUGUST, 2018

The 95th Street Farmers Market ~ Sundays in July

Visit the 95th Street Business Association Farmers Market which takes place every Sunday morning from the beginning of May until the end of October from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 1835 W. 95th Street

Live Music Mondays ~ August 6, BAC Battle of the Bands

Sponsored by Goose Island there will be various genres each week, outside in the courtyard.  Beverages are availale for purchase, no outside beverages permitted. Bring your own chairs  and no pets please. $5 Minimum Donation Appreciated. Beverly Arts Center

Dick Biondi, THE VOICE THAT ROCKED AMERICA  ~ August 8 at 7:30 p.m.

One-hour documentary about Top 40 radio personality Dick Biondi. Dick’s powerful connection with his audience has endured for decades, and the bands he promoted have never forgotten his generosity. Dick’s story will be told through archival photos and footage, recreations, and interviews already gathered with recording artists, broadcasters, fans, friends, and Dick Biondi himself. The film is narrated by Pam Pulice, whose life was changed when she met her teenage idol. Please note that this is an in-progress screening of a piece of a larger work. The director will be in attendance; any feedback is welcome!” Beverly Arts Center, BAFFES THEATRE, 2407 W. 111th st. CONCESSIONS, FULL BAR, & FREE PARKING • $6 ($5 BAC Members)

Chicagoland Shorts Vol. 4 ~ August 22nd at 7:30 p.m.

The filmmakers of Chicagoland Shorts Vol. 4 represent some of the most talented voices in Chicago’s indie film scene. Their films have screened at festivals such as Cannes, Tribeca, Sundance, Berlin, Vienna, Rotterdam, and Chicago International, and have won numerous awards. Their work spans many disciplines, including dance, experimental, and science fiction.

The 70-minute collection was created under the direction of Chicagoland Shorts lead programmer Raul Benitez (Comfort Station Logan Square, Chicago Underground Film Festival) and Full Spectrum Features’ executive director Eugene Sun Park. This year’s guest curators include award-winning filmmaker Lori Felker (University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee; Roots and Culture Gallery); Sarah Rubin (Reeling Film Festival); and filmmaker Anahita Ghazvinizadeh (They, Needle).

Chicagoland Shorts is distributed by Full Spectrum Features, a Chicago-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to increasing diversity in the media arts by producing, exhibiting, and supporting the work of women, LGBTQ, and minority filmmakers. Beverly Arts CenterBAFFES THEATRE • 2407 W. 111th st. CONCESSIONS, FULL BAR, & FREE PARKING • $6 ($5 BAC Members)

The Pettybreakers ~ FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 2018 at 8PM

The Pettybreakers is the nation’s premier “Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers” tribute act. Based out of Southern California, this band accurately recreates the sights, sounds , and concert experience of a Tom Petty concert. All the classics… American Girl… Break Down… Free Fallin’… Mary Jane’s Last Dance… Refugee… Runnin’ Down a Dream… and so many more…perfectly reporoduced. Playing to packed houses all over the U.S., the band is comprised of excellent musicians who have performed and recorded with international artists. The Pettybreakers were chosen to perform on AXS TV’s “The World’s Greatest Tribute Bands,” honoring the music of this legendary American icon. Beverly Arts Center2407 W 111th Street, Tickets $30 ($27 for BAC Members)

Among Wolves ~ SATURDAY, AUGUST 25 AT 7:30PM

PullmanArts is excited to announce the first of what we hope will be many special film screenings featuring local Pullman and Chicago writers, directors and producers. For our premier screening, we will be presenting Chicago director Shawn Convey’s brilliant and moving documentary AMONG WOLVES. The film will be shown in partnership with the Beverly Art Center in their fantastic 400-seat theater. Director Shawn Convey, who will be joining us for this screening and giving a Q&A afterwards, describes his film as “an immersive, mostly vérité documentary about an exceptional motorcycle club in Bosnia Herzegovina. Since the war, they’ve done impressive and inspiring work to help themselves and those around them heal—including the threatened herd of wild horses that they identify with and makes up the metaphorical heart of our film. Beverly Arts Center, BAFFES THEATRE, 2407 W 111th Street, CONCESSIONS, FULL BAR, & FREE PARKING • $6 ($5 BAC Members)


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