Grasp a Last Chance for Love

Weekend events revolve around Valentine's Day

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    THROW ON YOUR RED DRESS: Enclave brings back single hunk Brody Jenner for their annual "Girls Night Out Party." And this year "The Hills" star is single! Who needs a Valentine's Day date when you can kick it with Brody? 220 W Chicago Ave. RSVP for free cover before 11.

    SINGLES ALERT: If you're still looking for a Valentine's Day date, HUB 51 is happy to help with their "Last Chance for Love" party Saturday. Whether you're happy about being dateless or not, the half-priced bottles of champagne all day long and $6 Love Punch Cocktails should help ease the pain. Let them tattoo you with a heart and head back Sunday for 20 percent off with the hottie you met the night before. 10 p.m., 51 W. Hubbard Street

    MARIAH'S BOY TOY: We know he can act. We know he can host. And on Saturday, we'll find out if Mariah's beau, Nick Cannon, can move the crowd when he takes over the wheels of steel at The Underground. Mariah's concert is just down the street, so perhaps she'll make an appearance as well? We should all be so lucky. 10 p.m., 56 W. Illinois

    HEX YOUR EX: What better weekend to purge those memories of a former lover for good by pinning their picture to voodoo doll and throwing into a fire pit at Zella. If you're lucky, perhaps you'll find another like-minded bitter soul. 9 p.m., 1983 N. Clybourn Ave. FREE

    MONKEYING AROUND: The concepts is simple, but produces hilarious results. Barrel of Monkeys, the Chicago-based arts education theater ensemble, conducts creative writing workshops with CPS students, and adapts some fo the stories into stage presentations. Critics say "That's Weird, Grandma" is some of the funniest theater in town, and is as accessible for adults as it is for kids. Each week brings a different show, and they've recently added a Sunday matinee in addition to the Monday night shows. 8 p.m.; The Neo-Futurarium, 5153 N Ashland Ave., $10 for adults, $5 for kids. 312-409-1954