What You're Doing Tonight: February 18

A shopping soiree, Jesse McCartney grows up and Roger Ebert signs books

CURVES AHEAD: Visit Vive la Femme, a Bucktown women's boutique for sizes 12 to 24, for "Curves and Cocktails." Store owner Stephanie Sack will show you how to rock the retro-hot 1960s look that steams up "Mad Men" (well, Jon Hamm doesn't hurt, either). 6-9PM, free.

BOY TOY: Pop sensation Jesse McCartney (ask your daughter if you don't know) performs tonight at House of Blues in support of his album "Departure," which is set to be re-released featuring several new songs, including a collabo with Ludacris. Really. Anjulie opens. 6:45PM, $25.50-$27.

CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM: Film critic extraordinaire Roger Ebert will be on hand at the Borders on Michigan Avenue signing copies of his new book, "Roger Ebert's Movie Yearbook 2009," which includes every movie review he wrote from January 2006 to June 2008. 7PM, free.

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