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UncategorizedFIVE THINGS to check out Friday Dec. 20

FIVE THINGS to check out Friday Dec. 20

By Caitlin Donohue

Harvey Milk Club holiday party Join with the LGBT community to celebrate a year of battles waged for rights and equality, and duh see some drag queens. Anna Conda, Persia, Tara Wrist, and more perform, along with everyone pretending like they’re not scouting for the holiday snack tray and premiere raffle prizes. 6-9pm, free. Beaux, 2344 Market, SF. www.milkclub.org

Kulcha Latino The self-purported sole Spanish language reggae party in San Francisco comes to kick it at this laid-back Mission tapas spot. Stepwise, Ras Rican, and Kool Kyle with special guest Chico X keep it puro reggae on a Friday. 9pm-2am, free. Asiento, 2730 21st St., SF. www.asientosf.com

Odyssey Once an underground warehouse party, DJ Robin Simmons’ brainchild has successfully transitioned to the up-and-up, hosting one of the city’s happiest, inclusive dance floors. Tonight guest stars Matrixxman and Vin Sol of Sooo Wavey Records keep a warm house vibe.
9:30pm-3:30am, $10. Public Works, 161 Erie, Sf. www.publicsf.com

Queer Open Mic Sign-ups start at 7pm for your monthly chance to bare your queer soul to a room full of supportive hearts. Join Baruch Porras-Hernandez Blythe Baldwin for high quality words exchanged.
7-9pm, free. Modern Times Bookstore, 2919 24th St., SF. www.moderntimesbookstore.com

Good Vibrations customer appreciation night It’s the holidays, which means it’s time to gift that special someone the something you wish they’d use on your something. Or vice versa, or both ways, or whatever. Our preeminent local sex toy shop offers free chocolate and attentive staff tonight to sweeten the lure of gift-wrapped lust. 6-9pm, free. Good Vibrations, 1620 Polk, SF. www.goodvibes.com

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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