Events for March 18, 2013
Monday, March 18
Come and rally to confront U. S. Postmaster General Donahoe and stop the sale of San Francisco’s historic Post Office Buildings and stop the privatization of our public Post Office services.
Donahoe is scheduled to give the keynote address to the National Postal Forum in San …
Sign up for free computer classes for adults at the Sunset Neighborhood Beacon Center.
Classes vary each quarterly session and include classes for both beginners and advanced computer users.
Classes run March 25 to May 17, 2013.
Daytime Computer Classes:
Computer Skills via Games
Photoshop & …
See legendary baseball manager Tony La Russa at Book Passage in the Ferry Building promoting his latest book, One Last Strike.
Speaking candidly, the third-winningest manager in baseball history talks about his World Championship season with the St. Louis Cardinals, his lifetime spent studying the game, his famously …
Subpar Miniature Golf in Alameda is not your normal mini golf course. Yes, it’s got 18 holes of mini-golf play… but this is your chance to play Gulliver to a lilliputian Bay Area, as each hole is a shrunk down slice of our cities by the bay. From 3 pm ...
Every Monday at The Night Light in Jack London Square, Clare O’Kane and Joey Devine host a free comedy show with some of the Bay Area’s local comedians. The show starts at 8 pm with a fresh lineup every week.
Judges: Faye Carol, Bryan Dyer
Band: Peter Barshay, Shanna Carlson, Howard Wiley
See a staged reading of Lee Brady’s award-winning musical Southern Lights, complete with singing, a guitar, fiddle and mandolin to accompany the actors in songs of love and loss at Tides Theatre.
Think of every country music lyric you’ve ever heard about lovin’ and losin’ and you’ve got a good handle on Southern …
Lyall Behrens tops the bill tonight, a rising star in the comedy scene, catch his Obama impression.
Eddy Jason is guest host with Griffin Daley, Bob Sarlatte (Letterman show), Mike Spiegelman, Greg G. Williams, David Obrien, Tommy Broome and Christopher John.
On March 18, 2013 The Lit Slam features Saeed Jones, author of “When the Only Light is Fire.”
Saeed is the editor of BuzzFeed LGBT. His work has appeared in Guernica, Ebony Magazine, The Rumpus, Hayden’s Ferry Review and West Branch among other publications. He received his …
“Classical Revolution” is a weekly chamber music night at the Mission District’s Revolution Cafe. Each week, they feature different local and visiting musicians in a unique Chamber Jam format, where musicians get a chance to perform in a casual environment and audiences get to hear chamber music ...
Rosamunde Sausage Grill in the Mission hosts a weekly trivia night on Mondays from 8-10 pm. The popular sausage joint with lots of communal seating has a $3 Racer 5 beer special and prizes (Rosamunde gift certificates), so you can win free sausages. Rosamunde Sausage Trivia Night Most ...
Theater Pub jumps into their third Shakespeare production, this time taking on the ever-controversial, ever-thought provoking, ever-fascinating The Taming of the Shrew. This fast and furious production of the classic play will be one part Shakespeare, one part boxing match, and all parts Theater Pub. ...
Comedy Lineup: March 18, 2013
Dave Ross (headliner)
Please note, Nightcall is no longer taking place. Every Monday at Playland Bar you can hear ‘80s and ’90s video mixing by DJs Don Lynch and Scotty Fox. Nightcall Every Monday night at 10 pm Playland Bar, 1351 Polk St., SF FREE Drink specials include: ...
There are a lot of kind-hearted folks in this city by the bay, but Danny Gabriner of Sour Flour is in the pantheon of kind folks.
Every Monday, he bakes and then gives away hundreds of free bagels on 24th and Alabama Street. Tasty and fresh, free handmade, …
Every Monday at the Folsom Street Foundry, come play Berlin-style ping pong for two hours from 5-7 pm for free.
Berlin-Style Ping Pong revolves around a really fun social ping pong game where a group of people play at the same time in a musical chairs-style knockout competition.
It’s super laid back …
The Occupy Forum is a weekly event and a space to discuss issues of economic inequality and social justice.
Every Monday, there is a new topic and typically there is a guest speaker before the discussion. Come down and speak your mind about the critical issues …
Every Monday at Madrone, dance the night away with hosts DJ Gordo Cabeza and Timoteo Gigante and resident DJs spinning originals, exclusive remixes, and close relatives of your favorite Motown songs during M.O.M. Motown on Mondays.
Arrive early for Happy Hour featuring $1 off drafts and …
Every Monday at The Night Light in Jack London Square, Clare O’Kane and Joey Devine host a free comedy show with some of the Bay Area’s local comedians.
The show starts at 8 pm with a fresh lineup every week.
The Edge in San Francisco offers you a great way to start the week with Musical Mondays where they play all of your favorite musicals to sing and drink along with a different theme each week from 7 pm to 2 am every Monday.
Dress up for the …
Learn to solder and learn to make cool things with electronics. Hang out with cool hardware geeks at Noisebridge’s weekly Circuit Hacking Monday.
All ages, all skill levels, and all are welcome at this weekly Monday night event to give you inspiration to hack that project you’ve always wanted …
“Classical Revolution” is a weekly chamber music night at the Mission District’s Revolution Cafe.
Each week, they feature different local and visiting musicians in a unique Chamber Jam format, where musicians get a chance to perform in a casual environment and audiences get to hear chamber music in …
Rosamunde Sausage Grill in the Mission hosts a weekly trivia night on Mondays from 8-10 pm.
The popular sausage joint with lots of communal seating has a $3 Racer 5 beer special and prizes (Rosamunde gift certificates), so you can win free sausages.
Rosamunde Sausage Trivia Night
Most Mondays at 8 …
Every Monday night, San Francisco’s Hubba Hubba Revue burlesque and variety show comes to shake their tasselled nipples, flutter their bejewled eyelashes and wiggle their powdered bums in downtown Oakland’s Uptown nightclub.
A revolving cast of well known record collectors spin an eclectic mix of vinyl with oldies, punk, psych, country and obscurities. Come enjoy the lovely heated patio, take advantage of the cheap drinks and let the DJs broaden your horizons at the most diverse dive …