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GrubHub Gives Back; Pauline's Closes for Repairs; More

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EVERYWHERE—In honor of its eighth anniversary today, GrubHub will round up every order to the nearest dollar and donate the proceeds to Feeding America. You have until midnight to help them give back. [EaterWire]

RIVER NORTH—Hit Public House (400 N. State) tonight starting around 6 p.m. for the debut of Argus Brewery's Jarrett Payton All-American Wheat Ale. Yep, that's Walter's kid; he helped develop the beer. [EaterWire]

ANDERSONVILLEPauline's closed on March 5 for a few weeks to undergo some structural repairs to the building. [A-Ville Daily]

ROGERS PARK—On March 22, Gapers Block presents Capone's Whiskey: The Story of Templeton Rye, a documentary about illegal whiskey distillers in Iowa. The movie will screen at The Mayne Stage Theater (1328 W. Morse). GA tickets are $10 and reserved seats sell for $15. Get them online now. [EaterWire]

MILLENNIUM PARK—Tickets are still available for the March 9 King of the River Texas Hold 'Em tourney at the Chicago Cultural Center that benefits Meals on Wheels Chicago. [EaterWire]

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