5 things to do today: Sunday, September 1
ART & DESIGN
"Abelardo Morell: The Universe Next Door" This retrospective includes more than 100 works by the well-known Cuban-born American photographer, including many newer color photographs never before exhibited. Art Institute of Chicago. 10:30am–5pm. Included in admission.
Eats Everything Coming out of Bristol, England, Eats Everything has an apt name. His big and bright house beat carries traces of Detroit, Chicago, rave, hip-hop, jungle. It's the kind of come-one-come-all, move-your-booty party that the BBC blasts each weekend. Dolphin. 9pm.
GAY & LESBIAN
MadonnaRama It's a huge lovefest set to the music and videos of Madonna that somehow manages the hysteria of a live show. And if you think there's a gayer night on the town somewhere else, newsflash: There isn't. Berlin. 9pm. $5.
North Coast Music Festival 2013: RZA + U-God A man who needs no introduction, RZA revolutionized hip-hop with the Wu-Tang Clan and as alter-ego Bobby Digital, among others. Lately, he's been back behind the boards producing U-God's new record, Keynote Speaker. He’s a genius, simple as that, with a better idea of what needs to go between the beats than the legions of lesser DJs. Cobra Lounge. 10pm. $20.
SPORTS & FITNESS
Yoga at the Zoo Do downward dog on the beautiful Jeanne Gang–designed Nature Boardwalk at Lincoln Park Zoo. Ideal for begginner and intermediate yogis, this open-air class is an hour long. BYO mat and water; rain location is Farmhouse at the Farm-in-the-Zoo. Lincoln Park Zoo. 10am–11am. Drop-in rate $20; see lpzoo.org for pass info.