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Art at the Dump: Artist Gallery Walkthrough | SF
Join the artists of Recology’s September 2014 art exhibit for a gallery walkthrough at the Recology (503 Tunnel Ave) at 7 pm on September 30, 2014. You can view the art from 5-7 pm.
The show features artwork made by Samuel Levi Jones, Jeremy Rourke and Shushan Tesfuzigta, during …
$1 Bottles of Wine from Saucey: Brand New Booze Delivery Startup | SF
Thanks for Eater SF for tipping us off to the latest player on the local drink startup scene is debuting in SF: L.A.-based Saucey, which offers everything from Smirnoff to Blanton’s bourbon, delivered to your door (not to mention 18-racks of Bud Light).
The tradeoff, of course, is …
Gluten-Free Cookbook Talk, Treats & Drinks | Omnivore Books on Food
Karen Morgan, The Everyday Art of Gluten-Free: 125 Savory and Sweet Recipes Using 6 Fail-Proof Flour Blends
Tues. Sept. 30, 6:30-7:30 pm
FREE, with treats from the bakery and drinks from Tito’s Vodka
In her second cookbook, Blackbird Bakery’s Karen Morgan tackles the fundamental secrets to gluten-free delicious recipes: …
Oracle OpenWorld Music Festival: LA’s Indie Electro Capital Cities | SoMa
From 7-9 pm on Tuesday, September 30, 2014, Los Angeles indie electro unit Capital Cities will play a show at Oracle Plaza at Howard Street.
Capital Cities first came together as the duo of composers/songwriters Ryan Merchant and Sebu Simonian. The two initially met on Craigslist in 2008 and …
1989 Earthquake 25th Anniversary Talk | SF
Commemorate the 25th anniversary of the 1989 Earthquake with the SF History Association on Tuesday, September 30, 2014 with guest speakers: Dennis Kennedy, Erica Arteseros, and Bert Doll.
This panel features three San Franciscans who will talk about the dramatic Loma Prieta earthquake on October 17, 1989. The speakers …
Happy Hour Stories: School Yard Tales | Berkeley
Happy Hour Stories at Pegasus Books on Solano is story time – for adults. Every last Tuesday, starting at 7:30 pm, listen to a selection of short stories on a selected theme read aloud by Pegasus employees and friends, while enjoying a cool drink and ...
Local Label Night: Fronds’ Electro-Acoustic Harmonies | The Chapel
It’s Local Label Night at The Chapel featuring Do Not Disturb Records with a live set by Fronds.
Fronds’ sound weds two-part boy/girl harmonies to a foundation of finger-plucked guitars, electro-acoustic drums, bass, claps, and FX slathered toy keys. Dylan Tidyman-Jones began composing material for the group …
Milkin’ It: Tuesday Night Free Comedy | Upper Haight
It’s the fifth Tuesday of the month and that means a bonus edition of Milkin’ It.
Headliner Kate Willett is a San Francisco based comedian, storyteller, writer, and actor. San Francisco Magazine says she’s a comedian you should know about. She’s a regular at the San …
The Littoral Zone: Dance Film & Author Reading | SF
Kinetech Arts presents “The Littoral Zone,” an evening with writer, photographer, and majestic mermaid dance creature Irene Hsiao, who will show photographs, screen a preview of “Mad Rush,” a dance film made in collaboration with Le Wang (director of Wangle Creative), and read an excerpt …
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Free Nepalese Food “Curry Without Worry” | Civic Center
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 …
Troubled Comedy Night w/ Rajeev Dhar | Amnesia
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, …
French Film, Wine & Conversation
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? …
Tuesday Trivia Night & Food Trucks | SoMa StrEat Food Park
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.
Pub Trivia Nerd Night | Alameda
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 …
Tuesday Free Comedy Night with Danny Dechi | Inner Richmond
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 …
Trivia Night at the Fox: Win Concert Tix | Oakland
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, …
Bhangra, Bass & Tribal Fusion Belly Dance Night | SoMa
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” Free Hip-Swinging Big Band Concert | Madrone
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.