Gina Glocksen, who sang the national anthem at the Chicago White Sox vs. Houston Astros game on June 9, will perform Oct. 13 with her band in Tinley Park. | Scott Stewart~Sun-Times Media
Updated: November 12, 2012 11:55AM
Here is a look at top events you won’t want to miss.
Suggestions include Crisis Center for South Suburbia’s Password: Purple concert featuring the Gina Glocksen Band.
Gina Glocksen Band
Crisis Center for South Suburbia presents a free Password: Purple concert at 3 p.m. Oct. 13 in Zabrocki Plaza, 17381 Oak Park Ave., Tinley Park.
In addition to the “American Idol” finalist, the Andrew High School Bel Conto Choir will perform.
Information: (708) 429-7255, Ext. 126 or crisisctr.org.
Oct. 12’s Weekend magazine features previews of Muntu Dance Theatre of Chicago at Governors State University’s Center for Performing Arts and the North American Reptile Breeders Conference & Trade Show in Tinley Park.
There also are movie reviews of “Argo” and “Taken 2.”
Some of these articles already are available in SouthtownStar.com’s Entertainment section.
Also for Oct. 11, 2012
Carpe Weekend previews the 10th annual Southland Model Railroad Show at Richards High School in Oak Lawn.
There also is a movie review of “The Queen of Versailles,” which will be screened as part of the BACinema series at the Beverly Arts Center in Chicago, as well as a call to you to share Halloween homes that are decorated in the Southland.
Jessi Virtusio blogs about music, movies and more on Elaborating on Entertainment at blogs.southtownstar.com/entertainment.