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Photo by Lisa Cunningham

The Andy Warhol Museum's Parking-Attendant Booth. The homage to Warhol's art begins at the parking lot. 117 Sandusky St., North Side

Days of Rage: America's Radical Underground, the FBI, and the Forgotten Age of Revolutionary Violence. Bryan Burrough's fascinating profile of several, now-sort-of-forgotten, homegrown terrorist groups of the 1970s, such as Weather Underground, the SLA, The Family and FALN.

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Photo by Rebecca Nuttall

Breakfast Magic. These waffles from Waffles Incaffeinated have bacon, shredded cheddar cheese and green onion, with a fried egg on top. 2517 E. Carson St., South Side

Lucky Peach. Beautifully designed and executed food-and-writing quarterly, cultish-ly followed by people who like things to be delicious, beautiful and a little weird. www.luckypeach.com

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Photo by Bill O'Driscoll

Bargain Mondays at SouthSide Works Cinema. All seats are $6 all day (3-D movies excepted). Catch the big summer movies just a day after the weekend.

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