By Caitlin Donohue

Snow lights at the Hyatt Regency At designated hours, 300,000 lights cascading down the 17-story atrium of the Hyatt Regency give the illusion of sparkling snowfall. Baby it’s not that cold outside, but you could still use a heartwarming holiday sight, amirite? Through Dec. 30. Weekday shows at 4:30, 6:30pm. Hyatt Regency, 5 Embarcadero Center, SF.

Lenny Cooke To go from being the nation’s buzziest basketballer to a dude who wears the uniform, but has never played a minute of a game in the NBA must be a trip. Check it out, with this documentary you can take it with the titular guy who lived the journey. Through Dec. 26. 6:45pm, $10. Roxie Theater, 3117 16th St., SF.

Tom and Jerry’s Christmas House Head to Noe Valley for what may be SF’s finest private display of holiday lights each year – adorable couple Tom and Jerry’s larger-than-life homage to Santa Dearest. 3650 21st St., SF.

Christmas Tree Lane Alameda’s finest place to cruise the LEDs – take a Zipcar out to this island nation and hit up Forbidden Island Tiki Bar afterwards to really bring out the pink in your cheeks. Through New Year’s Eve. 3200 block of Thompson Ave., Alameda. Facebook: Christmas Tree Lane Alameda

Open library hours at the Center for Sex and Culture Browse CSC’s astounding collection of erotic-themed zines and books in its well-organized collection. Big-boobed rated X 1970s sexpots? Hippified love advice, heady sex ed dissertations, vaguely bestial kitty mags? It’s all waiting for your sensual academic to emerge. Mondays 11:30am-4pm, free. Center for Sex and Culture, 1349 Mission, SF.