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A great thing this week is Whore Magazine's film night. See below for details, and check all week for updates. And throw a party so I have something to put on here. And while I have some space, check out this Alternet article and tell me what you think. And donate a winter coat at Jovino and get lots of caffeine in return. Some decent stuff on MyOpenBar for Thursday and Friday. Monday, December 17th:
  • POH Evening Shift
  • From 6-8pm each Monday, Thrift Town at 17th and Mission has 30% off everything, inexplicably celebrating football
  • Belle du Jour at ATA 992 Valencia @ 21st. Snacks and skin at 6.30, film at 7.30pm $5-20 donation benefits St. James Infirmary. Thanks Cinewhore!
  • Bluegrass at Amnesia fo' free 8.30pm
Tuesday, December 18th:
  • POH's Hand to Hand luncheon. Setting up, serving alcohol to donors at lunch to loosen their wallets
  • Sketch Tuesdays at 111 Minna Gallery 6/6.30-9pm
Wednesday, December 19th:
  • POH Midday shift
  • Chevy's "Mexican" Restaurant at 590 Van Ness is serving "free apps and drinks" 5-7 pm to sellebrate their "fresh new look." To RSVP, call (800)735-3501, press option 1 then ext. 2454#. What?
  • Compost canvassing with SF Environment. I get to knock on doors, tell people to compost, and wear a vest. And probably in the rain! Yea for efforts to be a zero waste city
  • If you'd be in the overlapping space in a Venn diagram of a SOMA loving circle, a sports bar fan circle, and a free beer aficionado circle, you are one lucky duck today because the Onion Society for Beer Enjoyment is meeting at Overtime Sports Bar at 398 Seventh St 6-8pm
  • "Film Fragments of San Francisco" at CounterPulse 7.30pm for free
Thursday, December 20th:
  • Alice Waters speaks at Red Hill Books in Bernal Heights 7.30pm. Maybe she will bring some local wild boar prosciutto and melon amuse bouche whilst she speaks about her books, sustainable plans with Slow Food, and Edible School Yard projects
  • DJ Mike Relm and Sugar & Gold perform at 330 Ritch 10pm $10-13. Wear your glittery dancing shoes
  • California Academy of Sciences has their last "Drink with penguins" night 6.30pm $5
  • Concerts at Bottom of the Hill and Rickshaw Stop look/sound pretty good.
Friday, December 21st:
  • You are throwing me a surprise party? With vegan chili cheese dogs and mudslides? You're the best!
  • Holiday and design party at Secesion 5-7 or 9pm. Store is across from Safeway down on Mission
  • Conspiracy of Venus, Conspiracy of Beards, and Wyman and his Spirit Children are playing at Noe Valley Ministry 1021 Sanchez 6.30pm $6-10. I'd go for the first choir, but honestly probably not for the band or solstice celebration. I'm not that new age-y.
Saturday, December 22nd:
  • Alemany Farm workday 12-5pm
  • Mission Greenbelt soundscape tour 1pm Dolores and 19th. Walking and sound tour with artists Jeremy Dalmas and Amber Hasselbring. I witnessed Jeremy's awesome interactive show last week and I expect some antics on this tour also
  • Pandora's Trunk is having another party with music, drink, and design 5-7pm
  • Unsilent Night at Dolores Park. Website says cassette distribution is at 7pm, event at 8pm. Bring your Yo Gabba Gabba boomboxes!
  • Push to Talk and Mother Hips shows might be good
Sunday, December 23rd:
  • Another surprise party? With caponata and Arizmendi garlic sourdough and berry pie? Thanks!
  • POH Midday shift
Monday, December 24th:
  • Chaos Christmas Carol with Chicken John and friends 8pm $8 at 12 Galaxies. For all us orphans/people too cheap-lazy to go home. Bring a wacky ecologically-wrapped white elephant gift and join in the madness
Tuesday, December 25th:
  • Go to Glide Memorial church starting at 9am to volunteer, eat, sing, sway with the Lord's love (any combination of those). Watch out for the gift of tongues! Glossolalia scares some
  • Free family day at the Contemporary Jewish Museum 11-3pm. Crafts and snacks! They really know how to celebrate Christmas!

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