5 things to do today: Sunday, April 21
The Warlocks + Secret Colours + Sisters of Your Sunshine Vapor + The Holydrug Couple. L.A.'s Warlocks headline a night of neo-psych, including Chicago's own entry, Secret Colours, plus Detroit's Sisters of Your Sunshine Vapor and the Holydrug Couple, who come all the way from Chile. Subterranean. 9pm. 17 and older. $10.
Meg Wolitzer reads from her new, much-buzzed-about novel, The Interestings, about a group of lifelong friends whose lives diverge and intersect in striking ways. Women and Children First. 4.30pm. Free.
EATING & DRINKING
Earth Day, bitches. This holiday gets real at Sandwich Me In, which hosts events all day long. Learn how to make bread, how to garden, how to can, how to sustainably raise hogs (we told you it was going to get real!) and more. 3037 N Clark St (773-250-0286). 11am–8pm. Free.
CIMMfest: The Source Family. The festival closes with another “band” championed by Drag City, Ya Ho Wa 13, the psych-rock arm of the health food restaurant/commune/cult known as the Source Family in the early ’70s. In advance of its theatrical run in June, the mind-blowing documentary The Source Family premieres here. Constellation. 7pm. $15.
Black Playwrights' Festival. Black Ensemble Theater's 8th annual festival ends tonight. It features new works by playwrights including Jill Ross, Jarrin Davis, Katrina Miller and more. See blackensemble.org for the full schedule. Black Ensemble Theater. 7:30pm. $15.