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Does your work from home soundtrack need a refresh? Patrixia, our latest Chicagoan of Note, is a DJ who dominates the digital club space. She’s so good at getting the digital party started that it’s how she makes a living. Part of that comes from hosting free DJ sets on Twitch three times a week, and today you can catch her spinning from noon-3 PM. If you like what you hear, tune in again Wednesday from 11 AM-2 PM or Friday from 8-11 PM. Maybe even . . . subscribe? (MC)

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Join Auntie’s Coffee, SunPhillage, and Heartthrob Productions for their annual marketplace and variety show High Tea Chicago, which promises local small business vendors, a dance party, and a focus on the “queer canna-enthused community and their allies.” A portion of proceeds benefits Chicago House and its programs including housing, health, employment services, and specific care to trans people and people living with HIV. Doors and the market open at 3 PM, with the variety show starting at 4:30 PM. It’s all hosted at Bourbon on Division (2050 W. Division) and tickets for entry are available at Eventbrite. Attendees must be 21 or older. (SCJ)

Monday Night Foodball takes over the Kedzie Inn (4100 N. Kedzie) tonight with a special menu of “Fast Food Favorites” courtesy of Taylor Hanna and Sebastian Vargo of Vargo Brother Ferments. Go to Tock to preorder items like Hanna and Vargo’s RibWich (a pork sandwich with pickles, onion, and smokey sauce on a bun from Loaf Lounge), in the spirit of the McRib, and a chopped salad that takes its inspiration from Portillo’s version. A limited amount of walk-in food will be available for purchase, starting at 5 PM. (SCJ)

New homeowner of an older home? In case you don’t have the innate skills of, say, Norm from This Old House, you may want to look for advice about doing things like getting your electrical system up to date. Enter the Chicago Bungalow Association, who offers free resources to people who own all kinds of Chicago palaces (energy efficiency is not just for bungalows). Today’s free 6 PM webinar, “Repairing and Updating Your Old Wiring” is led by experts Butch Holst and Tom Hoyne, and includes a demo on how to replace a light dimmer or switch. Is it simple enough to DIY or do you need to call an electrician? Ask Butch and Tom! Register for Zoom access at the Chicago Bungalow Association website. (SCJ)

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