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Gaucho, Eric Garland's Jazz Session, The Amnesiacs

Amnesia : 7:00 p.m. every Wed.

The term "gaucho" commonly refers to nomadic South American cowboys, which is pretty indicative of how the San Francisco band Gaucho plays its version of Gypsy jazz: in Gaucho's hands, le jazz manouche is left playfully unchained to the genre's European historical foundations, allowing the... More >>

Mission/ Bernal Heights Music, On The Cheap, Free Events

"1964"

Edinburgh Castle : 10:00 p.m. second Wed. of every month; 10:00 p.m. fourth Wed. of every month

This dance party gets the records spinning every second and fourth Wednesday of the month. While the red Christmas lights could come across as gauche, they prove to be casually intimate as you and other stylish fauxhemians are transported to 1964. That's right: The Shirelles, the Sapphires, the... More >>

Hayes Valley/ Tenderloin Music, Nightlife

"2 Men Will Move You"

Amnesia : 9:00 p.m. second Sat. of every month

In a period of time seemingly dominated by guests from out of town, it's comforting to know that there are still local alternatives. 2 Men Will Move You is a party put together by long-time fixtures on the San Francisco nightlife scene Primo Pitino (of Oldies Night fame) and Jordan Heyser.... More >>

Mission/ Bernal Heights On The Cheap, Nightlife, Music

Mortified

DNA Lounge : 7:30 p.m. second Fri. of every month

Crack the lid of your inner geek and prepare to cringe-laugh with Mortified, the storytelling series that brings teen angst to light in the form of comic storytelling from journals, poems, notebooks, letters, lyrics, photos, home movies, schoolwork, and other pubescent artifacts, performed by... More >>

South of Market Poetry and Spoken Word, Comedy

"Push the Feeling"

Underground SF : 9:00 p.m. first Sat. of every month

Since high school, Push the Feeling residents and founders Kevin Meenan (Epicsauce DJs) and Drew Marcogliese (Yr Skull) have been trying to one up each other in musical discoveries. "Through the years we bonded over who found what band first, who was the first to see them live, and who could... More >>

Haight/ Fillmore On The Cheap, Nightlife, Music

"Indie Slash"

Amnesia : 10:00 p.m. second Fri. of every month

Having recently celebrating its 8th anniversary, synth-pop dance party Indie Slash is still one of those consistently enjoyable events where dress code, cliques, and blinding laser lights don't interfere with one's ability to enjoy interesting music and have a good time. The idea of the party... More >>

Mission/ Bernal Heights On The Cheap, Nightlife, Music

Drop-In Family Ceramics Workshop

Randall Museum : 10:15 a.m. every Sat.

Many of us remember coming home from our elementary schools with freshly glazed pinchpots, cups, or whatever else our young imaginations could conjure up. Saturday mornings at the Randall Museum can bring that memory back, or create a new one for the youngsters. Ceramics make great gifts --... More >>

Castro/ Noe Valley Museum Exhibits and Events, Children's Events, Arts, Classes and Seminars, Family Events, Craft Events

Stand-Up Paddleboarding Lessons

Boardsports : Daily

When the ancient Polynesians invented surfing, they often used a paddle to help them navigate. Fast-forward a few millennia, and Stand-Up Paddleboarding, or SUP, finds itself trendy again. Part of its increasing popularity is that standing upright allows surfers to spot waves more easily and... More >>

North Beach/ Chinatown Outdoors, Classes and Seminars, Arts

"Love Will Fix It"

The Hot Spot : 10:00 p.m. second Sat. of every month

"It's no secret anymore! I've always been a little black girl trapped in the body of a big white bear — and now I'm letting her out!" says local disco DJ Bus Station John. Perhaps best known for his seamy, disco-driven Tubesteak Connection bathhouse revival parties, the past year has seen... More >>

Hayes Valley/ Tenderloin Music, Nightlife, LGBT Events

Work MORE! #6

SOMArts Cultural Center : Every Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri., Sat. until April 24

In 1972, Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro, co-founders of CalArts' Feminist Art Program, turned a dilapidated Hollywood mansion into "Womanhouse," a space transformed by the creations of nearly 30 young female artists. On the first day, the exhibit was only open to female viewers; by the last... More >>

South of Market LGBT Events, Cabaret and Drag, Arts, Art - Galleries

Presidio Park Stewards

Multiple San Francisco Locations : 9:00 a.m. every Wed., Sat.; 10:00 a.m. every Sun.

Sometimes it seems like we have it so good around here. Even our volunteer work is relatively glamorous -- no working with corny religious charities for us! (Even our religious charities are cool, as in Glide Church.) Instead, we can hoof it out to the gorgeous reclaimed military installation... More >>

Union Square/ Financial District Volunteer Opportunities, Outdoors

"High Fantasy"

Aunt Charlie's Lounge : 10:00 p.m. every Tue.

Weekends are for amateurs — the really good stuff happens during the week. Well, that might be a little hyperbolic, but it's certainly true in the case of High Fantasy. Going on for over two years now, the weekly Tuesday night party at Aunt Charlie's is your midweek destination for a dose... More >>

Hayes Valley/ Tenderloin On The Cheap, Nightlife, Music, LGBT Events

Baxtalo Drom

Amnesia : 9:00 p.m. fourth Fri. of every month

If it's dancing girls you want, or if it's a dancing girl you are, Baxtalo Drom is your jam. Deep, deep in the steampunk jungle, this belly-dance-flavored club is rife with old-timey aesthetics, exposed tattooage, and feathers in hairdos. The evening is organized by the very pretty women of... More >>

Mission/ Bernal Heights Performing Arts, Nightlife, Music, Dance - Performances, Arts

Now That You're Gone ... San Francisco Neighborhoods Without Us

City Hall : Daily until May 23

Imagine a neutron bomb dropped on downtown San Francisco – the people gone, the buildings and infrastructure left unscathed. The work in Now That You're Gone ... San Francisco Neighborhoods Without Us has that freshly apocalyptic feel, as nine local photographers pay gritty tribute to... More >>

Hayes Valley/ Tenderloin Arts, Art - Galleries

16th and Mission Poetry Slam

16th St. BART Station : 9:00 p.m. every Thu.

Sometimes, we need a little bit more than just poetry and music. Sometimes we have the urge to witness a wild-eyed man with one sweater sleeve missing shove pieces of paper into a coconut and then set it on fire - all while someone yells about why bird porn is a serious issue. The 16th &... More >>

Mission/ Bernal Heights Poetry and Spoken Word, On The Cheap, Literary Events, Free Events, Cultural Events, Arts

"Radical Vinyl: Gay/Not Gay"

El Rio : 9:00 p.m. every Mon.

No other sexually ambiguous club night wears its Kierkegaardian handle quite as well as Gay/Not Gay. Guests walking into El Rio on a Monday evening immediately succumb to a meltdown of libidinal uncertainty and psychological ambiguity. Fortunately, DJs Mrs. Robinson and Jenny Hoyston spin a... More >>

Mission/ Bernal Heights Nightlife, Music, LGBT Events, Free Events

Off the Grid

Fort Mason : 5:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. every Fri.

More than 32 food trucks will pull up to Fort Mason for Friday night’s Off the Grid Food Truck Party. Off the Grid is sort of like a food court for nomads, gatherings of extreme culinary variety, with live music and full bars. If you get there early enough, you’ll be able to snack... More >>

Marina/ Cow Hollow Food Events, Food and Drink

Kirk Maxson: Foraging

Eleanor Harwood Gallery : Every Wed., Thu., Fri., Sat. until May 10

We did it. We've survived another winter, another annoying time change, and made it to yet another spring. In honor of the loveliest of all the seasons, Eleanor Harwood Gallery hosts artist Kirk Maxson, whose large "beautiful, delicate, and ethereal" installations are made of hundreds of... More >>

Mission/ Bernal Heights Arts, Art - Galleries

"Music Video Night"

Madrone Art Bar : 10:00 p.m. second Sat. of every month

Sometimes music alone isn't enough, and for those, Music Video Night is here to help. Every second Saturday, Madrone transforms into a videothèque, complete with projections of classic music videos blended by local veteran DJ 4AM. Nothing too complex, just plain-old... More >>

Haight/ Fillmore On The Cheap, Music

Crash

Park Life : 6:00 p.m. daily until May 18

Stock car racing has broad appeal, from applied physics converting raw power into mechanical poetry in motion, to the thrill of knowing that at any moment something could go horribly wrong. In "Crash," Hilary Pecis deconstructs stock photos of cars mangled in NASCAR races and recombines them... More >>

Richmond (Inner) Art - Galleries, Arts

"Dub Mission"

Elbo Room : 9:00 p.m. every Sun.

DJ Sep Ghadishah has put on the Sunday night Dub Mission party at the Elbo Room for more than 15 years. As local club nights go, that's kind of insane; most survive for only a fraction of that time. But through consistent bookings, DJ Sep has managed not only to keep Dub Mission alive, but to... More >>

Mission/ Bernal Heights Music

Chantey Sing

Hyde Street Pier : 8:00 p.m. first Sat. of every month

Truss up your breeches for this one: The ships down at Fisherman's Wharf are well known to children and tourists, but once a month, in the dead of night, locals creep to the C.A. Thayer and the Balclutha. For 20 years, the National Parks Service has hosted the Chantey Sing on these two... More >>

Nob Hill/ Russian Hill/ Fisherman's Wharf Music, Family Events, Children's Events

"Saturday Night Soul Party"

Elbo Room : 10:00 p.m. first Sat. of every month

The current surge of early-reggae and R&B club nights in town shows that the '60s are finally back in an authentic, non-Boomer-centric way. For the last few years, the twice-monthly Saturday Night Soul Party has maintained a spot on the top of the heap. DJs Phengren, Paul Paul, and Pink Panzer... More >>

Mission/ Bernal Heights Nightlife, Music

Joe Goldmark & The Seducers

The Riptide : 7:30 p.m. second Sun. of every month

The Riptide's signature brick fireplace was veiled behind red velvet curtains on a recent Sunday night, but the Outer Sunset dive still carried the strong scent of burning embers from the night before. Most days the Taraval Street bar is the stamping ground for surfers, punks, and working-class... More >>

Parkside/ Forest Hill On The Cheap, Music, Free Events

Precita Eyes Mission Trail Mural Walks

Precita Eyes Mural Arts & Visitors Center : 11:00 a.m. every Sat., Sun.

Mural people are nuts. Wall paintings never last and can't be purchased, and the people who go specifically to see them are often the hoi polloi who know nothing about art. How can muralists expect to survive in the art world? The answer: They don't. The folks who make their work on outdoor... More >>

Mission/ Bernal Heights Tours, Arts, Outdoors
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