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FIVE THINGS to make your Monday rock

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By Caitlin Donohue

Robert Henry Johnson Kwanzaa performance The second-to-last day of Kwanzaa commemorates creativity, or the value of using our natural talent to better the community. Spend it, then, listening to this Bay Area performance artist at the country’s oldest African American bookstore. 6pm, free. Marcus Bookstore, 1712 Fillmore, SF. www.kwanzaasanfrancisco.com

Rosamunde Sausage trivia night You know what it is – fancy hot dogs and hard questions. Yes, beer too. In the Mission. 8-10pm, free. Rosamunde Sausage Grill, 2832 Mission, SF. www.rosamundesausagegrill.com

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  St., SF. Through Jan. 2. www.roxie.com

Jerico Bring your own Nerf gun and bandanna and you will be all set to participate
in this urban spy game. You’ll play in public places – it’s something like Capture the
Flag – so be careful where you’re pointing that toy weapon, why don’tcha. 7pm, free. RSVP for location. www.meetup.com

Motown Mondays There’s never a better place to soothe your troubled workweek soul on Mondays in SF than the weekly (and now country-wide) Motown Mondays with Gordo Cabeza, The Captain Hat, and Timeteo Gigante. But something tells us this week you will need some happy soul tunes in your life, being mid-holiday season and all. 9pm-2am, free. Madrone Art Bar, 500 Divisadero, SF. www.motownonmondays.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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