5 things to do today: Tuesday, July 23
Untouchable Tours Want to see da Chicago of da Prohibition Era? When gangstas ruled da South Side? On this tour to ol' hoodlum haunts, gambling dens, shootouts and brothels, costumed gangster guides tell you true stories of such legends as Dion O'Bannion, Johnny Torrio, Machine Gun Jack McGurn and John Dillinger. A bang-up time. Reservations recommended. Meet at Clark and Ontario Sts. 11am, 1pm. $30.
ART & DESIGN
"Blacklisted: William Gropper's Capriccios" Inspired by Francisco de Goya's late 18th-century etchings, Los Caprichos, Gropper made a series of 50 lithographs, The Capriccios, that satirize the political drama and societal excess of 1950s America These expressive works are a response to his experience being blacklisted by the House Committee on Un-American Activities in 1953 (due to his radical politics), and it's the first time in nearly 60 years that the series will be displayed in its entirety. Mary & Leigh Block Museum of Art. 10am–5pm.
Millennium Park Summer Film Series Watch movies under Frank Gehry's web of stainless steel at the Jay Pritzker Pavilion. Separate from the Chicago Park District's Movies in the Parks, Millennium Park's Tuesday evening alfresco cinema offerings are just as wide-ranging. Tonight's film is The Jungle Book. Millennium Park, Pritzker Pavilion. 6:30pm.
OneRepublic + Mayer Hawthorne Glossy radio act OneRepublic flattens rock & roll like dough through a pasta maker. Hollywood pop hired gun Ryan Tedder adds equal amounts of Disney sheen and luxury hip-hop bounce to his highly engineered ditties. Go for the opener, retro soul-pop crooner Mayer Hawthorne, who charms with songs from his new platter, Where Does This Door Go. The answer to the album title's question? Hall & Oates land. Alt-country quintet Churchill kicks things off. Ravinia Pavilion. 7pm. $60–$70, lawn $32, advance lawn $27.
Chicago Sidewalk Sale 2013 Hope for perfect weather this week, because this outdoor shopping market is a must-attend. Shop affordable apparel and accessories from a huge selection of Chicago designer and indie boutiques. Daley Plaza. 9am–3pm.