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Skating Is a Drag 

Wednesday, Feb 15 2012
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Looking for an excuse to suit up in that unitard? (It’s San Francisco, so your excuse could just be “I woke up.”) Having some Xanadu fantasies, or craving an elevated heart rate not provoked by the DMV? Well, Lil Miss Hot Mess’ Roller Skating Birthday Extravaganza is a world of pleasure, regardless of your motivation. One of our city’s delightfully innovative and goofy queens, LMHM has provided numerous fun times for the people. She performed in a holiday show in December as a human menorah. Months before that she threw herself a big, rollicking bat mitzvah. Now she wants to get you on wheels. Did you spend all your sports money on a bowling ball or pool cue? No worries! Skates are available for rental. DJs Durt and Pink Lightning provide the jock jams. Performances provided by Landa Lakes and La Chica Boom. Need more reason to slide into your fruit boots? Part of the proceeds benefit housing rights nonprofit Causa Justa: Just Cause. How will you ever wipe that smile off your face?
Sun., Feb. 19, 3 p.m., 2012

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