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UncategorizedFIVE THINGS you really, really want to do today

FIVE THINGS you really, really want to do today

By Caitlin Donohue

 BOOK & JOB GALLERY HOLIDAY MARKET Caffeinate, shop zines and local goods, and check those giftees off your list at this gallery’s holiday mini-market.6-1 0pm, free. Book & Job Gallery, 838 Geary, SF. www.book-job.com

 TAKESHI MURATA SCREENING Mission gallery Ratio 3 offers a maximalist opportunity to fully submerge in this video artist’s dark, horror-filled trips into the subconscious. Though Murata’s work has been on display here since November, tonight 13 of his works will screen for those interested in weird. 7pm, free. Ratio 3, 2831A Mission, SF. www.ratio3.org

 BURT BACHARACH AT THE SF SYMPHONY Tell us you don’t want to hear “What the World Needs Now” with a full symphonic backing this holiday season. You, friend, are a liar. 8pm, $40-98. Davies Symphony Hall, 201 Van Ness, SF. www.sfsymphony.org

HOUSE OF LADOSHA AND ZEBRA KATZ The sharp edge of new hip-hop comes to the Mission – fans of future will step up for the genderqueer lyricism of La’Fem Ladosha and ethereal, athletic MC Zebra Katz. 10pm-3am, $10-15. Public Works, 161 Erie, SF. www.publicsf.com

 SOME THING ANNUAL OFFICE PARTY This town’s best weekly drag show loosens its tie, puts its unmentionables on the Xerox machine, hosts an ugly sweater contest, and will somehow manage to give you a worse hangover than other weeks (holiday magic!)10pm-late, $7. The Stud, 399 Ninth St., SF. www.studsf.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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