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UncategorizedFIVE THINGS you can't miss today

FIVE THINGS you can’t miss today

By Caitlin Donohue

WTF is AHDM4U? Issue release party Hey gang, your kindly events lister here, Caitlin Donohue, with a kindly message to please attend my online magazine AHDM4U’s Emerging Artist Issue release party, in honor of the 10 creatives from across the globe highlighted in its (web) pages. Get there early and you may still be able to snag one of a limited run of print zines, free snacks, and a cocktail named after the mag. 7-10pm, free. Virgil’s Sea Room, 3152 Mission, SF. www.ahdm4u.com

“Periwinkle Cinema: Voyeurs and Exhibitionists” Host Lorin Murphy oversees a monthly lineup of non-“hormonormative” queer films – tonight we explore naughty bits and sultry smut sure to titillate. 8pm, $7. Artists’ Television Access, 992 Valencia, SF. www.atasite.org

Chance the Rapper The Bay has cloud rap – those nebulous, drawn-out beats mimicking the Promethazine high – but only Chicago’s Chance the Rapper can bring the acid rap, with loopy lyrics and sunny beats. See him before he hits large. 8pm, $25. Regency Ballroom, 1290 Sutter, SF. www.theregencyballroom.com

Color Me Badd Guru of cheapness and serious city character Broke Ass Stuart hosts this yes, coloring book happy hour. Soundtracked by DJ Matt Haze, this is the spot for free snacks, really vivid outfit choices (there are prizes for wacky looks), and plenty of surfaces on which to color in and out of the lines. 5-9pm, free. The Cellar, 685 Sutter, SF. www.cellarsf.com

We Are Staying rally A targeted demonstration against a unscrupulous landlord (to be named at the rally itself), today’s protest will feature the testimony of two Missionites facing eviction from their homes. One is a disabled senior. Show up to protest shady property owners profiteering off unhousing your neighbors. Noon, free. 22nd St. and Bartlett, SF. Facebook: We Are Staying: Not One More Eviction https://www.facebook.com/events/189161087939088/

Marke B.
Marke Bieschke is the publisher and arts and culture editor of 48 Hills. He co-owns the Stud bar in SoMa. Reach him at marke (at) 48hills.org, follow @supermarke on Twitter.
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