It's the loaded love holiday so, in deference to all our different relationships to this day, I will cast a wide net for your entertainment options. If your yearning isn't for eros but comes in the spiritual form, then I suggest you check out the concert at St. Innocent Orthodox Church by the St. Petersburg, Russia-based Konevets Quartet, founded at the Konevets Monastery as a male vocal ensemble to sing Russian Liturgical music. Tonight's 7 p.m. performance includes both devotional music and Slavic folk tunes sung in harmony. The concert is free with the fellows taking a collection. RSVP with the church at 443-2099, as space is limited.
If your heart is broken and you wish to share this fact with other lovelorn folks, come over to the Miniplex at 9 p.m. for a special edition of Love Bites Sad Karaoke. For a two-drink minimum you can perform bitter classics like "Girlfriend in a Coma," literally any Supremes song except "I hear a Symphony" or even just fully embrace the black with the "Theme from M.A.S.H."
Finally, if you want to dance, dance and make romance, at 10 p.m. Humbrews has Jamaican rhythm-section legends Sly and Robbie and the Taxi Gang to get your blood flowing to all the right places. Also on board is British lovers rock legend Bitty Mclean, as well as opening ceremonies provided by DJ Ras Azad ($25, $22 advance).