We would say "Something for everybody," but that's so trite. We haven't used a trite expression in a month of Sundays.
Tuesday, April 29.
Surprise theme, with trivia and prizes, on Folk Festival with Lilli Kuzma. 90.9 FM, or www.wdcb.org. 8 PM.
Mark Dvorak and Jack Clark at The Grafton Pub, 4530 N. Lincoln Ave, Chicago. 9:30 PM.
Friday, May 2
Shiny Shiny Black (not to be confused with Starry Starry Night) at Two Way Street Coffee House, 1047 Curtiss, Downers Grove. 8:15 PM, $7.
Donna Herula and Tony Nardiello, plus J.B. Richie and Big Bill Morgenfield at Buddy Guy's Legends, 700 S. Wabash, Chicago. 5:30 PM.
Saturday, May 3.
Sons of the Never Wrong at Acoustic Rennaisance, 11 W. Maple St, Hinsdale. 8 PM. $19.
Michael J. Miles in "From Senegal to Seeger" at The Old Town School of Folk Music, 4544 N. Lincoln Ave, Chicago. 8 PM.
Tom Kastle at Eastgate Cafe, 102 Harrison St, Oak Park. 7 PM.
Larry Rand at Sandwiche Me In, 3037 Clark St, Chicago. 7 PM.
Michael Smith, et al, in Songs of a Catholic Childhood, 3857 N. Kostner, Chicago. 7 PM.
Sue Fink at the Woodstock Farmers' Market (yes, the Farmers' Market season has started), in the square in Woodstock. 11 AM.
Jazzman Jeff Justman on the Gazebo Stage for Long Grove's Chocolatefest. 10 AM.
Sunday, May 4.
Chocolatefest continues in Long Grove with Guyz with Bad Eyez at Noon.
This is a very special week. This is the week when those of you who have never shared an article on Facebook, share this one. It will give you a good feeling, and go a long way toward ensuring peace on the Ukraine. You do want that, don't you?