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Thursday, November 12
“All Day Happy Hour” w/ $5 Drafts at Patxi’s Pizza
Celebrate “National Happy Hour Day” with an all-day happy hour (Normally just 3-6p) for dine-in at Patxi’s Pizza on November 12, 2020
Deals may vary depending on your location, but are typically $5 for house wine and draft beer, plus discounted appetizers like garlic bread ($3), ...
“A Distant Dinner Party with Jess and Jaron” Live Stream Theater (Nov. 12-22)
42nd Street Moon presents MoonBeams:
A DISTANT DINNER PARTY WITH JESS AND JARON
Available November 12 – 22, 2020
Jaron has taken up bread making and Jess can’t stop buying plants. Quarantine right? Bay Area favorites, Jessica Coker and Jaron Vesely are hungry for some great friends ...
Double Rainbow Ice Cream Reopens in SF
Once dubbed the “official ice cream of San Francisco” by former mayor Willie Brown, the iconic ’70s family-owned ice cream shop Double Rainbow is returning to San Francisco.
Thanks to SF Chronicle for letting us know that their brand new scoop shop is opening on Thursday, ...
Reimagining Your House for Working from Home
MAKE ROOM IN YOUR HOME TO EVOLVE:
REIMAGINING YOUR SPACE FOR TELEWORK, STUDY, OR PLAY
Thursday, November 12 at 11:30am PST
With home serving more purposes than ever before, we are helping you re-envision your space to evolve with the times. Join Kevin Mond, Vice President of HDR ...
“Believe Only the Caravan’s Trace” 2020 Graduate Fellowship Art Exhibition
November 12 – December 13, Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays, 12-5pm
A desire to create new connections marks the novel works of the seven Graduate Fellows at Headlands Center for the Arts. Using diverse media, the artists develop new languages around significant historical events and underrepresented communities.
2020 San Francisco Transgender Film Festival (Nov. 12-15)
SFTFF screens films that promote the visibility of transgender and gender variant people and challenge the mainstream media’s negative stereotypes of our communities. SFTFF is the world’s longest-running transgender film festival, founded in 1997. All films are closed-captioned for Deaf and hard-of-hearing audiences.
“Real Food Real Stories” – A Virtual Gathering w/ Burrell Jones
On Thursday 11/12, Real Food Real Stories is hosting a virtual gathering with Burrell Jones of Tolani Lake Enterprises. Burell was taught western ways of learning throughout his school years, but grew up with the values of being Navajo. As Youth Program Manager at Tolani ...
“Gin & Genever” Parklet Outdoor Tasting Experience
In the parklet of Wildhawk, experience the world of Gin & Genever, with experts on genever (the historic precursor to gin) and gin on hand to explain the categories and specific spirits.
The event will proceed as follows:
– Welcome cocktail & snacks
– Three flights of gins ...
Tim Tyson: A Revolution of the Heart in the America That Never Has Been Yet
“Soaring Toward Justice” at Oakland’s Holy Names University
This event is part of Holy Names University’s new “Soaring Toward Justice” speaker series, designed to encourage conversations about anti-racist action, diversity, and restorative justice with the goal of building campus and community stakeholder coalitions to actively co-create ...
2020 SF Veterans Film Festival (Live Directors’ Panel on Zoom)
2020 San Francisco Veterans Film Festival, November 8-14 Covid-19’s disruption of normal life has had an outsize effect on veterans, a community that, during normal times, struggles with mental health and higher unemployment rates. Presented by OneVet OneVoice and San Francisco Public Library, the Veterans ...
Bay Area “Intro to Personal Safety” Class
This one-hour class provides an overview of IMPACT Bay Area’s approach to personal safety! In this class, students develop intuition, situational awareness, congruent body language, and verbal skills to deescalate and deter assault and harassment, as well as learn two simple and effective physical techniques.
Virtual Reception for “Excelsior Art Initiative”
An Extension of Excelsior Art Window Display & ArtWalk
About this Event
ArtSpan’s Excelsior “Reopening with Art” Initiative program celebrates rich cultures, supports small businesses and local artists, and spotlights the vibrant creativity of one of San Francisco’s most diverse neighborhoods. The aim of Reopening with Art ...
After Dark Online: Animal Intelligence
What do animals know, and how do they know it? Author Peter Godfrey-Smith discusses his latest book, an inquiry into the origins of animal intelligence considering ocean creatures from sponges and shrimp to octopuses and whale sharks. These animals hold surprising lessons for some of ...
The Debate About Dark Matter w/ Don Lincoln
WHAT: The Debate about Dark Matter: Is the Matter Settled?
The observable universe is made of stars and galaxies and gas. However, it is commonly held in the astronomy community that our universe is also made of an invisible substance called dark matter that is five ...