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Cat’s list: Yoga, young queens, and bhangra


By Caitlin Donohue

Women’s Building donation yoga A restorative Hatha yoga flow class that is financially accessible to all takes place once a week at the Mission’s gorgeous Women’s Building. 9-10am, $10-15 suggested donation. Women’s Building, 3543 18th

48hillscaitlinThe News Every first Tuesday of the month, this is the spot to make good on your promise to support indie arts in San Francisco. Emerging queer artists take the stage in each installation – tonight’s theme is “The Ages” and features intergenerational work by artists from twenty- to eighty-somethings. 7:30-9pm, $5. SomArts Cultural Center, 934 Brannan, SF.

High Fantasy I tend to highlight DJ Myles Cooper’s wacky lil’ drag and dance show in the TL every Tuesday, but tonight he’s welcoming his normal cast of amazing young queens plus New York’s genius performance artist Colin Self. A fine place to pass your evening. 10pm-2am, $3. Aunt Charlie’s, 133 Turk, SF. Facebook: High Fantasy

Mothers in White protest This is a bit of a trek, but important if only to know about: moms and mom allies are gathering in protest of the police killing of 13-year-old Andy Lopez. Dress and white and bring a mirror if you can make it, so that Sonoma County Supervisors can see the brutal hypocrisy at issue. 1-3pm, free. Sonoma County Board of Supervisors meeting, room 100A, 575 Administration Drive, Santa Rosa.

Underground Nomads Live bhangra and belly dancing with DJ Sep, Dulce Vita, and DJ Amar – plus amazing guest dancers. An amazingly cool (and affordable) Tuesday night out. 8pm-2am, free until 9:30pm, $5 after. f8, 1192 Folsom, SF.

Follow Caitlin Donohue – and let her know about cool stuff coming up – on Twitter at @caitlindonohue

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), follow @supermarke on Twitter.


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