Weekend: Focus on Street Style


STREET FASHION: Heaven Gallery (1550 N. Milwaukee) presents an exhibition on street fashion photography. On Friday night, Isa Giallorenzo, who runs the fashion blog Chicago Looks, shows a selection of some of the city's most stylish people. Works from Chicago Streestyle Scene and The Midwasteland will also be featured. 7-11 p.m., 1550 N. Milwaukee, FREE

EAT THIS: Dead Pile, a new production at Stage 773 opens to the public on Friday. The play, produced by Laura Jacqmin, follows a wannabe investigator who goes undercover at factory farms to film the abuses committed within. The play forces us to take a good look at what we eat, and what we're willing to sacrifice. 8 p.m., 1225 W. Belmont Ave, February 4-27, Tickets $20

BLACK HISTORY MONTH: Celebrate BMH by heading over to the West Loop's G. R. N'Namdi Gallery to check out a new exhibit, "Shaping of Black America." The exhibition consists of 12 pieces by Social Realist artist Charles Wilbert White that were originally commissioned and acquired by the Johnson Publication Company. Hit the gallery Friday night for a first look. 6-9 p.m., 110 North Peoria #102, FREE

SWEETHEARTS: If the Super Bowl isn't your thing, special event and lifestyle marketing firm K Dock Media is hosting a pre-Valentine's Day soiree at Minibar in Boystown. Guests will receive a complimentary candy-inspired cocktails. 8 p.m.-12 a.m., 3341 N. Halsted, $10 at the door

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