Tonight: Women Gone Wild

Plus, Day of the Dead and Blues Beautillion

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    CLASSIC TV: Reasonable Facsimile Theatre Co. kicks off another season of "Classic TV Re-Runs," which takes classic TV scenes and presents them on stage. It all goes down at Hamburger Mary's and tonight's theme is Women Gone Wild, with scenes from shows such as The Golden Girls, Weeds, Designing Women and Absolutely Fabulous. Check out a new show every third Tuesday of the month through the end of the year. 7:30 p.m., 5400 N. Clark St., $10

    MEXICAN ART: Hit the National Museum of Mexican Art for "Vida Breve: Day of the Dead," the largest Day of the Dead exhibit in the country. It honors the bicentennial and centennial of Mexico's independence and revolution features alters and artwork from local and international artists. Includes daily sugar skull making demonstrations through Dec. 13. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., 1852 W 19th St

    GET THE BLUES: Chicago is considered a home of the blues, but there's only a handful of people working to keep the music alive. One of them is Khalfani Makalani, who recently founded Chicago Blues Beautillion, an organization that encourages the appreciation of blues musicians and industry figures who give back to the local scene. Tonight, hit Rosa's Lounge to hear about the cause and of course, to hear some good blues! 7-9 p.m., 3420 West Armitage Ave, FREE