Still looking for something to do this weekend

The weather can't make up it's mind, it's warm then it's cold, it's slush then it's snow and then that pesky Punxsutawney Phil came out of his burrow earlier this week and had the audacity to tell us that there will be 6 more weeks of winter.....when did we start listening to groundhogs? The temps are to be above freezing this weekend - perfect weather to get out there and have some fun.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6

Want to see someone working for their lives? Head over to the Lakeshore Theater for their 'Open Mic Casting Call' They'll be auditioning performers and making booking decisions for shows at the theater. There's no cover and $2PBR cans will put you in the right mood. Head over and check it out, who knows who you'll get to see.

Burlesque is EVERYWHERE! Head to the Viaduct Theater tonight for A&M Burlesque featuring seven sultry ladies that are sure to entertain you. Doors open at 9:30, Tix are $15 and can be purchased online, 21+.

Cake Chicago has returned! Head to The Red Line Tap - 7006 N Glenwood - for some great music and entertainment. Check out Ripley Caine (9PM), Lojo Russo (10PM), Ian Wilson (11PM). Tix are $5 at the door.

CLICK THROUGH FOR SUNDAY EVENTS

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 7

Show Us Your Love, is a one-act musical revue that will hit the stage at Mary's Attic every Sunday in February at 7:30PM 'SHOW US YOUR LOVE celebrates love and relationships, featuring both comic and dramatic selections from some of Broadway and Off-Broadway's very best' Tickets are $15-25 with a speical couples package on Valentines Day for $79. Check the site for full details.

My roommate tells me that the Super Bowl is this evening, I don't know about these things so fotunately he's here to help me through. If you're looking to watch the game with some friends, why not head over to CREW in Uptown, Hydrate in Boystown or North End.

Have you got a thing for Chekov? The Gene Siskel Film Center kicks off it's 'Celebrating Chekov' program with a screening of 1970 USSR classic Uncle Vanya, in Russian with English subtitles. You can catch it today at 4:45PM or Monday at 7:45PM. Celebrating Chekov runs through March 3 - check the site for a full listing of movies and screening details.

COMING SOON

SAT - 2/13 - BRIDAL PARTY AT FIELD MUSEUM

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