Learn to roll your own at Sunda's maki-making class. (Sunda )
(Free!) Good Morning Monday
CTA Red Line stop Belmont and Wilton avenues
Central Lakeview Merchants Association and participating local vendors brighten your commute with complimentary breakfast served from an outdoor pop-up counter featuring Starbucks coffee, bottled water, smoothies, pumpkin loaf slices, doughnuts, croissants, brownies, apples and bananas. 7-9 a.m.
Maki Sake Monday
Sunda 110 W. Illinois St. 312-644-0500
Learn how to roll your own—sushi, that is—during a hands-on demonstration with executive chef Jess DeGuzman, which includes a chef's roll for snacking and Ty Ku sake for sipping while you practice the proper technique. 6-7 p.m. $25. RSVP required by noon.
Beer Hoptacular Pre-Party
The Beer Bistro 1061 W. Madison St. 312-433-0013
Get in the spirit of the upcoming Chicago craft beer expo (Nov. 8-9 at Lacuna Artist Lofts) with a hosted pint of Founders Brewing Company Pale IPA, $5 pizzas and raffles for Beer Hoptacular tickets and themed swag. 6-8 p.m. No cover.
(Free!) Horror of the Humanities
Cortelyou Commons, DePaul University 2324 N. Fremont St. 773-325-4580
A night of interdisciplinary tricks and treats includes an avant garde, multimedia haunted house featuring student performance art and installations; readings by Bram Stoker Award-winning horror novelist Kathe Koja ("The Cipher") and writer Maryse Meijer; and discussions with "The Hauntings of Chicago" author Ursula Bielski and academic Diem-My Bui, who explore local ghost stories and race and gender portrayals in horror films, respectively. 6-9 p.m.
100 Proof Comedy: Bill Santiago
ComedySportz 929 W. Belmont Ave. 773-549-8080
The CNN commentator ("Santiago's Weekly Pop Wrapup"), author ("Pardon My Spanglish") and HuffPo blogger lands in Chicago to headline a one-night engagement also featuring 100 Proof Comedy founder Jamie Campbell and local funnyman Martin Morrow. 8 p.m. $12-$15. Tickets: comedysportzchicago.com.
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Julia Borcherts is a RedEye special contributor.