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  • Revolution hosts a music-filled night of concerts called GirlJam.
Revolution hosts a music-filled night of concerts called GirlJam. (RedEye )
March 10, 2014|By Julia Borcherts | For RedEye

EAT

Gluten-Free Fish And Chips

Bow & Stern Oyster Bar 1371 W. Chicago Ave. 312-988-0644

Tuesday's the day for chef Brian Greene's weekly $14 fish and chips special, which kicks off with ruby red trout prepared with Two Brothers gluten-free beer, rice batter, cabbage, watermelon radish and Dijon mustard, served with fresh-cut fries. Thirsty? All wine bottles are discounted 50 percent on Tuesdays, too. 5 p.m.-2 a.m.

DRINK

Girl Jam 2014

Revolution Brewpub 2323 N. Milwaukee Ave. 312-291-1539

Raise a glass to a good cause at this fundraiser for local refugee mentorship organization GirlForward, which includes complimentary appetizers, Revolution beers and live music from The Flips, Dana DeStefano, Mike Petruccelli and a capella group DWaC. 7-9 p.m.$45. Tickets: girljam.brownpapertickets.com.

DO

Mohsin Hamid

First United Methodist Church at The Chicago Temple 77 W. Washington St. 312-494-9509

The bestselling author ("Moth Smoke," "The Reluctant Fundamentalist") and Booker Prize finalist discusses his new darkly comic novel, "How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia," which parodies self-help books to illustrate the fictional story of a young Pakistani man's rise from abject poverty to immense wealth. 6 p.m. $15-$20; $5-10 for students. Tickets: chicagohumanities.org.

(Free!) Thaw Out With Alternatives

Uptown Bikes 4653 N. Broadway 773-728-5212

Watch live performances by Uptown youth from the neighborhood's Alternatives, Inc. program-which serves 3,000 young people and their families annually-while you sip and snack on complimentary hot chocolate and sweet treats. Need bike accessories? Ten percent of your purchase on Tuesday benefits the charitable organization.  5:30-7 p.m.

(Free!) Applied Words: It Gets Better

Schubas Tavern 3159 N. Southport Ave. 773-525-2508

Chicago comedian Tamale hosts humorous tales about struggles related to history, mythology, gender and—you guessed it—high school from The Moth GrandSlam champion Lily Be, Story Sessions co-founder Jill Howe, "A Dear School" podcast co-host Greg Ledger and Center on Halsted youth outreach coordinator Precious. About Face Theatre and the Guild Literary Complex sponsor the show and award themed door prizes. 7:30 p.m.

REDEYE TIP OF THE DAY

RSVP for Fork Restaurant's March 26 beer dinner to benefit cancer support charity Imerman Angels: 773-751-1500

Julia Borcherts is a RedEye special contributor.

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