Catch "The Breakfast Club" Circa 2010

Plus, pop culture trivia and a Kate Spade spring

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    NEWSLETTERS

    DON'T YOU FORGET ABOUT ME: It's only fitting that months after John Hughes' death, a group of Chicagoans create a stage adaptation of one of his most famous movies. pH Production debuts "The Breakfast Club Musical" tonight at Studio BE, reworking this timeless tale of teen angst in Broadway style with original music and lyrics. 8 p.m., 3110 N. Sheffield Ave., $10-$15

    TRIVIA TEST: Test your pop culture knowledge at the Two Truths and a Lie Trivia Game Night at SUB 51, the space below the popular restaurant HUB 51. Attendees will munch on Mediterranean-inspired small plates and wine pairings while engaging in a heated but friend game hosted by Melissa from 101.9 FM The Mix. Only the first 100 people will be granted an invite, so RSVP now. 6 - 9 p.m., 51 West Hubbard St,FREE with RSVP

    A KATE SPADE SPRING: It's definitely time to get that spring wardrobe in order, so this event could go a long way toward making that happen. The creative director for Kate Spade New York, Deborah Lloyd, will be at the Michigan Avenue Nordstrom for an evening of shopping, music and a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the spring line. You can also reserve some one-on-one time with Lloyd call 312-464-1515. 5:30 - 7:30 p.m., 3rd floor