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UncategorizedFIVE THINGS to welcome 2014

FIVE THINGS to welcome 2014

By Caitlin Donohue

Morning Glory Oh lordt, I know you are out there, you kids that have unlocked the Pandora’s Box of New Year’s Eve parties and will be dancing out your demons well past when the sun rises on 2014. Cute for you that some of town’s best DJs are down to soundtrack your rage. Cut to Go Bang! sweethearts Steve Fabus and Sergio Fedasz, Doc Sleep, Robin Simmons, Robert Jeffrey, and more. 4-8am, $8-10. BeatBox, 314 11th St., SF. Facebook: Morning Glory


Start Your Year Right! yoga A murderous thug and highwayman, Daku Angulimala was converted to Buddhism, only to become a symbol of rebirth and regeneration in that faith. Learn his tale during this New Year’s Day series of asana with noted Hatha instructor Sean Haleen. 10am-noon, $25. Preregistration recommended. Yoga Tree Hayes Valley, 519 Hayes, SF. www.yogatreesf.com


SoMa StrEat Food
New Year’s Day Brunch Salsa band Pellejo Seco jams as you sip on orange juice and champers while you graze amid the food trucks at SoMa’s premiere encampment for al fresco foodies. 11am-5pm, $12 bottomless mimosas. SoMa StrEat Food Park, 428 11th


Karma Cinema at New Parkway Theater Spend your hangover in a dark room with popcorn, duh. Today all entry to New Parkway’s flicks is by donation – just know that 30 percent of whatever you can spare will go straight to local charities. Catch Licks, the recently released Oaktown gangland story, animated turkey tale Free Birds, and much more. Various showtimes, pay what you will. New Parkway Theater, 474 24th. www.thenewparkway.com


Union Square polar bear skate Pray for sunshine today, because if it’s nice out this will be dreamy – the annual tradition of wearing one’s bathing suit to the ice skating rink begs for the sun’s rays on your pasty flesh. And if it’s cold all good, you and all your suited peers will get lovely workouts for your circulatory systems. 2-3:30pm, $11. Union Square ice rink, Union Square, SF. www.thenewparkway.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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