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UncategorizedCat’s list: Chocolate, queer/feminist readings, art and dance….

Cat’s list: Chocolate, queer/feminist readings, art and dance….

By Caitlin Donohue

Free TCHO Chocolate tours It’s hump day and you deserve a treat – educate yourself on its provenance, why don’t you? An hour-long tour through the production chain of this local chocolatier, featuring delicious looks at all the innovative flavorways it yields.10:30am and 2pm daily, free. TCHO, Pier 17, SF. www.tcho.com

48hillscaitlinRadar Reading Series Of course, if you care about my top picks for today, you want to see me read some original work at one of town’s most amazing and long-running queer and feminist reading series, yes? Today I join a cast of geniuses (Mica Sigourney, Dax Tran-Cafee, Shanthi Sekaran) for the January installation of author Michelle Tea’s rad monthly event. Free cookies for anyone who posits a query during the Q&A! 6-8pm, free. SF Main Library, Koret Auditorium, 100 Larkin, SF. www.sfpl.org

Housepitality Just your weekly superb house music dance party, free if you plan a little ahead. This week the DJ lineup includes Rebekah AFF, Chicago’s Tu Sabes, and Berlin’s MossMoss. 9pm-2am, free with RSVP or $5 before 11pm, $10 after. 1192 Folsom, SF. www.housepitalitysf.com

Supersonic Electric Art Invitational Dive face first into the whimsical, dark, but also witty new contemporary art school at this group show of 41 artists. They’ve been instructed to reflect on life in this decade for the show – perhaps it will be a good opportunity for you to do the same? Opening reception 6-8pm, free. Spoke Art, 816 Sutter, SF. www.supersonicelectronic.com

Booty Call Wednesdays with Severino A mid-week chance to check out a phenomenal DJ on a packed dancefloor with a cheap drink in hand. Maybe hit the superlative photobooth at drag star Juanita More!’s weekly before you get too sweaty? Or not. 9pm-2am, $3. Q Bar, 458 Castro, SF. www.bootycallwednesdays.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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