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FIVE THINGS to do every day on this mid-holiday weekend


By Caitlin Donohue


Three for $10 sale at Down at Lulu’s Bring Santa’s sack to haul home all the vintage amazingness you’ll find at this East Bay clothes store. Three items will run you only $10, maybe you’ll score a New Year’s Eve look? Noon-7pm, free. Down At Lulu’s, 6603 Telegraph, Oakl.

Kwanzaa youth fashion show Today Kwanzaa celebrates ujima, or collective work and responsibility – what better way than to glory in the work of your young community members? A youth fashion show at the Ella Hutch Community Center will be a highlight of the week-long celebrations taking place around the city. 5:30pm, free. MoMagic/Ella Hill Hutch Community Center, 1050 McAllister, SF.

I Am Divine John Waters has crafted the perfect antidote to holiday schmaltz in this film. Take heart in you while watching this underdog’s rise to everything. 5, 7, 8:45pm, $7.50. Roxie Theater, 3117 16th

Oakland Saturday art stroll Avoid the crowds of First Friday and still get a chance
to see the best in Oakland gallery offerings? S’true. Check out the map of amazing local art purveyors and soothe your agoraphobic soul. 11am-6pm, free. Downtown Oakland.

Woman Winter drag rave, anyone? The best and brightest (and weirdest) drag peformers in the city take the stage tonight – check for Dia Dear, Ben Woozy, Vivvyanne Forevermore, Vain Hein, and wearing their curatorial hat for the event,
Boy Young. 9pm-2am, $4. The Knockout, 3223 Mission, SF.


Free SF Chamber Orchestra concert Mozart, Bottesini, and Saint-Saëns get their time in this “Virtuosi” program, a special presentation by the SF Chamber Orchestra that begins with a 30-minute talk by Maestro Ben Simon before the show itself. 3pm, free. Nourse Theater, 275 Hayes, SF.

Kwanzaa fashion show Today is the fourth day of Kwanzaa, on which the concept of cooperative economics is examined and revered. In its honor, local fashion designers will send their works down the runway. Check the site below for more Kwanzaa events throughout the city. 4pm, free. Third Baptist Church, 1099 McAllister, SF.

“Evolving Into the New Year” Feldenkrais workshop Shake off the back pain of 2013 with this body work session at one of town’s most well-respected dance schools. Feldenkrais looks to alleviate body distress by teaching people how to hold themselves with equilibrium. Noon-4pm, $55. ODC School, 351 Shotwell, SF.

Cynic Cave stand-up Descend into the depths of this friendly neighborhood video
rental shop to uncover its darling little event venue. Tonight, stand-up comedians take its stage for an event hosted by Kevin O’Shea. 8pm. Lost Weekend Video, 1034 Valencia, SF.

Club Fist Drag, performance, and danceparty merge in East Bay photographer/
promotor/party monster Cle Torres’ monthly getdown. Tonight, check out San
Cha on stage, soundtrack by Essex O. Lordes and Siobhan Aluvalot, drag by Artist
Malcolm Drake, and much more. 9pm-2am. Stork Club, 2330 Telegraph, Oakl. Facebook: Club Fist

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), follow @supermarke on Twitter.

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