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Uncategorized FIVE THINGS you really want to do today

FIVE THINGS you really want to do today

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By Caitlin Donohue

“Graffuturism” Graffiti futurism – you’ll know it when you see it. At least, that’s the attitude of Poesia, who edits Graffuturism.com and curates this group exhibition revolving around the theme at SF’s premier street art-oriented gallery. Through Jan. 4. Open today noon-7pm. White Walls Gallery, 886 Geary, SF. www.whitewallssf.com

International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers In commemoration of the victims of Washington State’s Green River Killer, this yearly international event marshals support for sex workers through rallies, readings, and marches. The Center for Sex and Culture hosts an evening of snacks, readings, and talks by the community’s preeminent sex activists. 6-8pm, free. Center for Sex and Culture, 1349 Mission, SF. www.sexandculture.org

Moscone Rec Center Holiday Baking Party Those with children (2.5 years old and up, though the listing doesn’t specify a maximum age) can bring them to this SF Rec and Park baking party so they can get their treat-making fill. Your kitchen will stay cleaner that way. 4-6pm, free. Moscone Rec Center, 1800 Chestnut, SF. www.sfrecpark.com

W. Kamau Bell His FXX talk show may have been canceled, but his hometown still loves this wandering stand-up son. Welcome him back and let him know network television just isn’t all that at his four-night gig at the Punch Line, which starts tonight. 8pm, $16. Punchline Comedy Club, 444 Battery, SF. www.punchlinecomedyclub.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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