Tonight: God Save the Queen

Plus, holiday hooch and ice skating

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Expect to hear plenty of Sex Pistols at God Save the Queen tonight.

    ROCK OUT: Relive the second British Invasion every second Tuesday of the month at the Rainbo Club where they celebrate musicians on the other side of the pond, inspired by the Sex Pistols in 1976 and onward, with groups such as Joy Division, Oasis, Bow Wow Wow and Morrissey. Should be a bloody good time. 9 p.m., 1150 N. Damen Ave.

    HOLIDAY HOOCH: Learn how to make some seasonal drinks at Holiday Cocktails 101, a fun and informative mixology session at the Streeterville location of Timothy O'Toole's Pub. The evening includes demonstration, cocktail samplings and light appetizers. 8 p.m., 622 N. Fairbanks Ct., $20

    GLIDE ON: Millenium Park and Wrigley Field are popular ice skating locations, but several neighborhood rinks are open as well for the winter. Skating is free, but skate rentals will cost you. View list