This week, on The Week in Troeh....

Hello SFers, this is from Tuesday on. I'll update the days as stuff comes my way. And to inspire you to check out Webster's word of the day: What do you call run-of-the-mill, non unique mushrooms? Fungible! (It is funny.) Tuesday, November 13th:
  • The Walkmen at The Independent. They existed before The OC. Go quench your thirst at Bean Bag Cafe beforehand.
Wednesday, November 14th: Thursday, November 15th:
  • Sean Hayes at the Great American Music Hall 8pm. My pal Jessy L-O-V-E-S this musician and his entourage.
  • The Onion's Society for Beer Enjoyment Amy Winehouse Look Alike contest and DVD screening at The Knockout. You'll look most like her if you partake in the free suds. Whilst supplies last. 6-8pm.
  • Broke-Ass Stuart's Guide to Living Cheaply in SF book release at Rickshaw Stop. Holler for $1 and get food, "drink specials," and music. This guy could be my soulmate.
  • Erin McKeown & Matt the Electrician $15 9pm Cafe du Nord. Chill boppy guitar music.
Friday, November 16th:
  • Mr. Dusty Mendes has an art show in Los Banos. I was a foot model for it. Ironically, I can't go because I'm gonna be a hair model that night. I'm so fancy. With a few more body parts, I could be on Tyra's show soon.
  • Big Umbrella Co-op Gallery Grand Opening. On the NW Corner of Divis and McAllister. 7:30-Midnight.
  • Midnites for Maniacs Disco Extravaganza at Castro Theatre $10. Probably best if you've imbibed a few or are in a mood to groove in your seat.
  • Mortified at the Make-Out Room 8pm, $10/13. Bring the notes you wrote about me in 6th grade, mocking how I was the only girl with white sneakers on the first day of school. Sorry I missed the summer memo, jerks. My parents were divorced, and I was in AZ doing summer camp.
  • Journalist John Ross's talk and excerpt from Viva Mexico at New College Theatre 777 Valencia 7-9pm. This guy lost his eye in the line of duty and needs a new peeper, so bring a few bucks.
  • Special Oakland exception for the Give In Benefit at LoBot 9pm sliding scale cover. A dance party benefiting orphans at the collective recently featured in ReadyMade Magazine? Worth the BART fare.
  • Red State Cinema at Yerba Buena 7.30pm. Phil Chambliss: The Arkansas Auteur
  • The Junkestra at Herbst Theatre. Like Stomp, but more better. Remember those plastic bags you threw away and those chopsticks you didn't compost? It all might be a cello now. Hopefully they did not create an oboe, as I hate that instrument.
  • And in that line of things, my sister's birthday.
Saturday, November 17th:
  • Mission Greenbelt art project work party. Get dirty and creative 12-3pm in front of the SF Commission Gallery.
  • Food System Film Benefit Show. Food, film, fun, and music all from 6-11pm at Station 40. Think about your vision of SF before you got here. You probably thought everyone in this city lived in a place like this co-op/commune. Not scary, I promise.
  • Mortified again.
  • Mist and Mast sounds pretty decent. Hemlock Tavern 9.30pm
Sunday, November 18th:
  • Alemany Farm work day. Produce and get produce.
  • Run and Walk for the Hungry 5k and Mile 8.30am GG Park $30 gets you and the Food Bank nourishment of body and soul.
  • Six Organs of Admittance free show at Aquarius Records 1005 Valencia4pm

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