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Chicago Edition for Nov. 10

CARE BEARS: Give them a chance to redeem themselves from yesterday's soul-crushing loss. Join Chicago Bears players like Brandon Lloyd, Mark Anderson and Rashied Davis at Saks Fifth Avenue for the launch of Saks' private-label clothing collection. All proceeds benefit Bears Care, the team's charitable arm. And, speaking of arms, maybe pass along some armchair quarterback tips for Grossman. 6PM, $150 per person.

REEL TIME: Reeling 2008: The Chicago Lesbian and Gay International Film Festival continues today through Sunday with four film screenings ("The Lost Coast," "Whirlwind," "Growing Out of Their Shorts" and "Tomboys, Princesses & Drag Kings...Oh My!") at Landmark's Century Centre Cinema. 7PM-9:15PM, $10.

BANG YOUR HEAD: If it's been forever since you went out on a Monday night, drank far too many beers and went to work the next morning with ringing ears, it's high time you checked out Eagles of Death Metal (a high-octane Queens of the Stone Age spin-off) and the Duke Spirit (solid bluesy rock) at Bottom Lounge. Don't hate us tomorrow. 8PM, $20.

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