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Learn How to Talk to Animals

Plus Belle & Sebastion night at Darkoom and Cabinet Of Curiosities at the MCA



    Learn How to Talk to Animals
    Nine puppies found living in squalor among 200 other dead animals will soon be looking for a new place to call home.

    DR. DOOLITTE: Autistic author and animal scientist Temple Grandin stops by the Harold Washington Library to discuss her new book, Animal Make Us Human: Creating The Best Life For Animals. In her latest effort, Grandin explores the interactions between humans and animals. 400 S. State St.; South Loop. 6 p.m. Free.

    THE BOY WITH THE ARAB STRAP: You know you're getting old when Smiths nights fade into Belle & Sebastian nights (which isn't necessarily a bad thing). DJ Heaven Malone and gang pay tribute to the '90s indie-rock band at Darkroom, and you can also create your own Belle & Sebastian album cover here. 2210 W. Chicago Ave.; Ukrainian Village. 9 p.m. No cover. 21 and older.

    CURIOUSER AND CURIOUSER: The Museum Of Contemporary Art host another edition of the variety show-like Cabinet Of Curiosities. Art space and alternative bookstore No Coast takes the reins of tonight's "un-lecture" series. 220 E. Chicago Ave.; Streeterville. 6 p.m.