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Ice, ice, baby

Cartier, Boucheron and Tiffany are all well-represented in the new exhibit The Nature of Diamonds at the Field Museum, 1400 S. Lake Shore Drive. Tickets, $13-$23, includes general admission. Call (312) 922-9410; www.fieldmuseum.org.

Take part in a Chicago tradition

The 102nd annual lighting of the Walnut Rooms Christmas tree happens at noon today at Macys, 111 N. State. Free. Call (312) 781-4884.

Or you could just get lit like a Christmas tree

Kit Kat Lounge (3700 N. Halsted) is celebrating the season with two Thanksgiving-themed cocktails: banana nut bread martini (Vox Vodka, Hazelnut liquor, banana liquor, vanilla, splashes of simple syrup and cream) and apple pie martini (Vox Vodka, Dekuyper apple liquor, Dekuyper butter shots, cream, vanilla, splash of cranberry juice). Each are $12.50. Call (773) 525-1111; www.kitkatchicago.com.


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