3 Things To Do Today

Them Crooked Vultures

8 p.m. at Aragon Ballroom; $46.75

When this trio blew up the Metro last August with their secret Lolla midnight after-party, the only thing people had time to think about was how kick-ass the combined powers of John Paul Jones, Dave Grohl and Josh Homme could potentially be. Sadly, the marketing turned out to be more of a kick than the record that dropped later that winter; it was wily and full of knee-forward bombast, but by no means on par with the members’ famed pasts (Led Zeppelin, Nirvana, Queens of the Stone Age). A new record is on the way, though, and the live show is sure to remain hair-raising.

Indie Incubator Film Fest

7:30 p.m. at The Original Mother’s; free

Once again, you’ll enjoy two hours of independent short films from local filmmakers at this Gold Coast bar, with a dance party to follow the rest of the night. New to the festivities this year are the ‘Eye-Con’ Awards and the Image Union Awards.

Zepaltas Wine Tasting

6-8:30 p.m. at Bistro 110; $25

Winemaker Ryan Zepaltas comes to this restaurant just off the Magnificent Mile for a special event that includes unlimited tastings and paired appetizers and small plates. Featured wines include a 2007 Russian River Valley Chardonnay, a 2007 Rose of Pinot Noir, a 2006 Rosella’s Vineyard, Santa Luci Highland Syrah and more.

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