Rock Vintage Duds on the Runway

Plus huge Haitian relief party and Iverson hoops documentary

The Underground

It's Thursday night, so the About Last Night crew will be out and about at the first of these two events. Meet us out and get your pretty mug on camera, or check back Friday for the video and photo evidence.

GET DOWN FOR HAITI: All of the Haiti fundraisers may be starting to run together, but tonight's may be the biggest -- at least coming from the local nightlife set. The Unite 4 Haiti is at Lasalle Power Co. and brings together some big name DJs, live performances and celeb bartenders at the open bar. Is giving back supposed to feel this good? 6-10 p.m., 500 N La Salle Dr. $20

OLD SCHOOL LOOK: All of the cool kids seem to be touting Sofia Vintage these days. See what the buzz is all about at the Gold Coast store's "Live Lovely Spring Trends Fashion Show" at The Underground. Some local celebs will rock the runway, shimmying to the sounds of DJ Graham Funke. 11 p.m., 56 W. Illinois

COURT DRAMA: The creator of the famous documentary "Hoop Dreams" is working on another basketball project, and tonight's your chance to get a sneak peek. Steve James unveils "No Crossover: The Trial of Allen Iverson" at the Gene Siskel Film Center's Stranger Than Fiction documentary festival. The flick covers the racial uproar after Iverson, who later went on to be an NBA star, was arrested in high school for his involvement in a brawl. 8:15 p.m., 164 North State St. $10

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