The event is headlined by eight-piece Chicago funk band whysowhite and will also include a performance from Latin American-influenced Divino Niño, and a DJ set by the Lady Speedstick of Chances Dances.
Each ten-dollar ticket includes:
// One free copy of graze // issue four
// Snack donations from Chicago-area shops
// Graze-inspired cocktails
// One free PBR for guests that come in costume
// The Culinary Confession Booth — a space for guests to record their culinary crimes
// Raffle prizes as far as the eye can see
Tickets are available at the door and at www.grazemagazine.org/double.
Graze’s fourth issue features food-centered works by fourteen writers and twelve visual artists. Through poetry, prose, interview, photography, and other art, graze // four grapples with the complicated relationship between a bartender and her patrons; the way the dinner table serves as a glimpse into family finances; and toils of the farm, told by a surprising voice.
Graze is a food-centered literary magazine based in Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood. Founded in October 2011, the organization produces a bi-annual print journal as well as events that explore the intersection between food and literature. Graze is a volunteer-managed journal that accepts written and visual submissions all year ’round.
–Courtesy of Brian J. Solem
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