• Panel discussion at SOMArts from 2-4pm as part of Julie Michelle’s “I live here: SF” photo exhibit that runs until the 30th (if you haven’t seen it yet, hurry up!). Of course, she’ll be there as well as Rick Prelinger, film archivist and creator of the “Lost Landscapes of San Francisco”, which is currently playing in the video gallery, will speak about his work. Also scheduled to present are Mark Bittner, the subject of the documentary “The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill”, blogger/cyclist/fashion and coffee expert Meli Burgueno of Bikes and the City, Wigg Party founder Morgan Fitzgibbons, National Yo-Yo Champion Joseph Harris, youth activist Jose-Luis Meija, Colleen Rivecca of St. Anthony Foundation, Valerie Coleman of Rebuilding Together SF.
  • Community Property installation at the Tenderloin National Forest, from 4:30-8pm (performance starts at 5pm). see. think. dance. and Studio Rue Dance collaborate with Luggage Store Gallery artists-in-residence, Chris Evans and Ernest Jolly to add an installment to the larger work of “Community Property”. Community Property is a multi-media project that incorporates dance, music, video and visual art. Chris and Ernest collaborated with community members and professional artists to explore the existing creativity of the neighborhood. The collaborations developed video, sound recordings and movement in response to the area. Oh, and there will be pizza from Arizmendi baked in the outdoor oven!
  • Tenderloin Reading Series #7 is at 7pm at Koko Cocktails. Organized by our friend Jonathan on a quarterly basis, this one also includes Steven Gray, Valerie Chavez, Joel Landfield/Landmine, Pam Benjamin, and some guy named pcr. If like us, you love to hate Muni, there’s an added bonus: Pam Benjamin will be reading a story about the 38 Geary bus!
  • Tonight 7pm at Kokoro Studios, 682 Geary & Leavenworth : The Flat Earth Collective presents : The Headbangers Bütterball. An evening of poetry, prose, and projection. Featured Readers include: Lizzy Acker, Andrea Kneeland, Dana Teen Lomax, Dan Sanders. With a short film by Evangelo Costadimas and Syren Johnstone.