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Thursday: Eat. Drink. Do.

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February 06, 2013|By Julia Borcherts, For RedEye | By Julia Borcherts, For RedEye

EAT

Yes, You Can

The Scrumptious Pantry

3230 W. Fullerton Ave. 301-979-9751

Get back to your (food's) roots at Heirloom 2.0—Canning for Newbies, where owner Lee Greene sets you up with nutritious snacks, discusses and demonstrates steps involved in basic canning and pickling and sends you home with recipes to process your own jams, sauces and pickles. 6:30-8:30 p.m. $20. RSVP required: thescrumptiouspantry.com.

DRINK

(Free!) Give Back

Hubbard Inn

110 W. Hubbard St. 312-729-6178

Learn about new volunteer opportunities at The Red Cross' Auxiliary Society mixer where you can mingle with other young professionals over hosted appetizers, draft beer and 10 Cane rum-based Red Cross cocktails and find out about ways to get involved and help make a difference. 5:30-8:30 p.m.

DO

Off the Charts

Uncharted Books

2630 N. Milwaukee Ave. 312-508-8006

Get your laughs on at Congrats on Your Success, a BYOB comedy show in a bookstore where Tyson Karrasch, C.J. Toledano, Caitlin Bergh, Lane Pieschel, Tim Barnes and show co-producer Odinaka "OD" Ezeokoli tickle your funny bone with stand-up sets. Beer also will be provided for the audience by Powell Brew House homebrewers. 7 p.m. Donations accepted for performers.

Bargain Hip-Hop

Bottom Lounge

1375 W. Lake St. 312-666-6775

Gary native Freddie Gibbs headlines a roster of rappers featuring rising stars Sasha Go Hard, Tree and Show You Suck at this low-cost, 17-and-up show produced by popular local hip-hop bloggers Fake Shore Drive as part of the Red Bull Sound Select Series. Also expect beats by DJ Victoriouz and a free commemorative poster by Chicago artist Hebru Brantley. 9 p.m. $3-$5. Tickets: fakeshoredrive.com.

Today in History

Vittum Theater

1012 N. Noble St. 773-342-4141

Pump up your knowledge at The Encyclopedia Show, where this month's theme—no, it's not a misprint—is "February 7." Hear tales of historic or personal significance that happened on this date from 1497 to 2012 from Guts & Glory co-founder Keith Ecker, Pocket Guide to Hell's Paul Durica, Louder Than a Bomb semi-finalists Leah Barber and Stefania Gomez and others. 7:30 p.m. $9; $6 for students.

REDEYE TIP OF THE DAY

Get ready for Fat Tuesday with our Chicago-style Mardi Gras guide on chicago.metromix.com.

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