Events for February 5, 2013
Tuesday, February 5
Jello is making light of the 49ers losing the Super Bowl by giving away a bunch of free pudding on Tuesday, February 5, 2013. And yes, we’re a bit bitter.
Now while we like pudding at FunCheap (and you know how we feel about “free”) we …
Teens and tweens can celebrate Black History Month by learning the story of various styles of “street dancing:” breakin’, struttin’, poppin’, and turfin’.
The event features performances by Beatz n Pieces, Agatron, Fluidgirl, and Too Wet.
Whether it be the ballet-esque glides of Jook dancing from Memphis, the …
Take a peek into the lives of the Wodaabe tribe during a free documentary screening of Banganà, part of the Tiburon International Film Festival, on Tuesday, February 5, 2013.
Banganà shows the life of the Wodaabe nomadic herders through the eyes of two young women.
Please note, the film …
See a free screening of the documentary “The Loving Story” with a facilitated discussion afterwards at The New Parkway Theater on Tuesday, February 5, 2013.
“In a rich collection of 16-millimeter film, old news clips and still photographs, the Lovings don’t look like two people caught up in …
Watch the two-hour season two premiere of Smash with other local fans on the largest mega-screens in the Castro at the Midnight Sun on Tuesday, February 5, 2013.
Smash revolves around a group of characters creating new Broadway musicals, where everyone must balance his or her often chaotic personal life …
Painted Palms, a Bay Area duo, is “another entry in the post-Animal Collective dream-pop stakes, with swirling electronics and songs about water and sleep.” – Pitchfork
Free, but RSVP is required.
Featured musicians include:
Painted Palms (Secretly Canadian Records)
Doom Bird (from Sacramento)
Ears of the Beholder (DJ set)
Wilson Zheng (DJ set)
W/ Special Guest TBA.
Rain or shine, Curry Without Worry will always be stationed at Hyde and Fulton in SF’s Civic Center serving free Nepalese food to drum beats and singing every Tuesday at 5:30 pm.
What is Nepalese Food? Curry Without Worry generally will serve up plates with five …
Every Tuesday night from 6:30-9 pm, Amnesia Music Hall presents Troubled Comedy Night, a free stand-up comedy show with Raj. Dhar and friends.
Comedian Rajeev Dhar mixes Bay Area comics with nationally recognized visiting performers on tour in the US. They have hosted performers from Punchline, Cobb’s, …
To help non-French speakers discover French cinema, The Alliance Française of San Francisco is offering a weekly Tuesday night class centered around a French film and conversation.
The class will take place in their cozy theater with free wine all for a $5 donation at the door.
Don’t know French? …
Join SoMa StrEat Food Park and Brainstormer Pub Quiz every Tuesday at 7 pm for Trivia Night inside the barn.
Pre-game beforehand with happy hour from 4-7 pm with $3 local draft beers and $13 pitchers, plus up to 12 of the city’s most delicious food trucks.
Make your evening friggin’ awesome with this weekly nerd trivia at Alameda’s trivia night at the Churchward Pub located on Park Street.
Grab some friends, some beers, and answer trivia ranging from Potpurri, to The Simpsons, to Men on the Moon, to that band who you thought you …
Every Tuesday, get some laughs in at a free comedy showcase, hosted by Danny Dechi, a make-you-laugh-professional and world’s only No. 2 pencil musician (you’ll have to figure out what that means yourself). Various Bay Area comedians round out the lineup each week.
Come early for happy …
The Den at the Fox, a rather comfortable and stylish bar that’s attached to the Fox Theatre in Oakland, hosts a free trivia night on Tuesdays at 8 pm.
Like most pub quizes, the rounds include subjects like Current Events, Sports & Entertainment, Science, History, Geography, …
Check out Underground Nomads Tuesdays at F8 with Bay Area’s most eclectic DJs breaking barriers of genre and culture with live Bhangra and belly dancing performances, plus tribal and bass DJ sets.
Most Tuesdays at 8 pm
1192 Folsom, SF
Free until 9:30 pm, when you mention it …
Brass Magic is an eight-piece ensemble featuring a robust horn section that hugs the listener and drums that drive like a Harley Davidson. Founded by musicians from Berkeley, California, Brass Magic developed and honed their sound in the clubs and parks of New York City.