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If you're the type of person who likes to turn one-day holidays into week-long events, you'll love that in addition to St. Patrick's Day festivities like the Hot Mess party, you can jump around a little early with Irish rap group House of Pain tonight and enjoy rock-infused Irish melodies after the holiday with Flogging Molly. If you got your fill during the parade last weekend, trade in your green for a yellow jumpsuit and red cap with the retro-futuristic sounds of Devo or mash it up with Girl Talk. Grab a laugh with Jay & Silent Bob at The Warfield or one of comedian Todd Barry's sets at the Punchline and look out for local bridezillas at the Brides of March crawl. And support local hip-hop artists with charitable goals as Zion I and the Grouch launch their latest tour at The Fillmore.

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Valentines guide
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
at The Fillmore (7:30pm)

House of Pain is an Irish-American hip-hop group who released three albums in the early to mid 1990s before lead rapper Everlast decided to pursue his solo career again. The group is best known for its 1992 hit single "Jump Around"...
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
at Amoeba Music (6pm)

The all-girl Los Angeles-based quartet Warpaint weave intricate guitar lines, hypnotic vocals, and driving post-punk rhythms into gorgeous, sprawling songs that skirt the line between psychedelia and intimacy...
at Hemlock Tavern (9pm)

Film-production company, Clean White LInes, is hosting a fundraiser event to help raise money for a feature-length documentary this summer. They've asked their musician friends...
Thursday, March 17, 2011
at SFMOMA (6pm)

Pop-Up Magazine is unlike any other magazine. It won't arrive in your mailbox, and you can't buy it from a newsstand or read it online. Why? Because each issue is a live performance, created for the stage and presented to an audience in real time...
at Slide (9pm)

It's that time of the year, when the Jameson flows from the spouts like never before. And all in the land wear their Green Attire in celebration of the birth of St. Schmee (or that Patrick guy)...
at 103 Harriet (10pm)

Presented by An-Ten-Nae, Soundpieces and 103 Harriet.
at Vessel (10pm)

Via his DJ sets or his productions on labels like M_nus, Cadenza, Ovum, Four Twenty and Cocoon, he merges perspectives in his delicate sense for sounds and reflective atmospheres, underpinned with solid, physical grooves inspired by the hip hop that was his early sonic...
Valentines guide
Friday, March 18, 2011
at Fox Theatre (8pm)

"Girl Talk is the pseudonym of DJ and remixer Greg Gillis. A Pittsburgh native who works as a biomedical research engineer during the day, Gillis channels his other creative energies into Girl Talk..."
at Viracocha (8pm)

Beautiful Event of Intimate Readings and Music. Readers include celebrated writers like Ransom Stephens, Michey Disend, James Warner, Seth Harwood and Leigh Shaw...
at The Warfield (9pm)

As Devo continue to spread to the truth about Devolution around the globe, the cry for "more" can no longer be denied. The people have spoken and Devo has answered the call...
at Mezzanine (9pm)

At age 26, Alex Ridha (AKA Boys Noize) has already accomplished more than most: as a teen he DJed alongside Felix Da Housecat and DJ Hell, he then started his own record label and released the influential debut album...
at Public Works (9:30pm)

Join us for this post Miami Conference throwdown featuring Miguel Migs, Julius Papp, DJ M3, Anthony Mansfield and Mauricio Aviles...
at Bottom of the Hill (10pm)

Stern's second release is a pop record for an alternate dimension, where hooks and choruses are sent careening through a cracked kaleidoscope. It's also deeply personal compared to the conceptual leanings of her previous work...
at Mighty (10pm)

As a live performer, his music took Rabbit in the Moon on a tour around the globe. As a DJ he's played the biggest clubs and events in the US and parts of Asia and Europe. To say he's a pioneer is an understatement. To say he's one of the Godfather's of the US Rave scene...
Saturday, March 19, 2011
at Exploratorium (11am)

Each month, through May, we'll explore a different theme, centering activities, exhibits and artists around a new material-plastic, cardboard, metal/wire or wood.
at The Tunnel Top (2:30pm)

Grab a wedding dress and join the Brides as we parade through the heart of San Francisco, strolling through Union Square, shopping at fancy stores and drinking in local bars...
at Southern Exposure (7pm)

Eleanor Harwood Gallery, Galeria de la Raza, Gallery Hijinks, Guerrero Gallery, Kadist Art Foundation, Southern Exposure, Steven Wolf Fine Arts, and Triple Base join forces to present an evening of concurrent programming, from live performance to sipping sessions, spoken word to street projections...
at The Jewish Theater (8pm)

Comedy troupe Killing My Lobster and The Hub of the JCCSF present a world premiere inspired by the craziest of holidays - Purim. You don't have to be Jewish to laugh at the Purim story as it's twisted inside out and examined through the pop-culture...
at The Warfield (9pm)

"No Trench Coats. No Hair Extensions. Bound for the Grave. See Jason Mewes & Kevin Smith Get Old in front of your very eyes..."
at The Fillmore (9pm)

The long-awaited follow-up to the group's 2006 critically acclaimed Heroes in the City of Dope could not arrive at a more fitting hour. This time around Z&G raise the stakes to expand the playing field from City to Nation...
Sunday, March 20, 2011
at Concourse Exhibition Center (9am - 6pm)

The Vintage Fashion Expo returns to the Concourse Exhibition Center celebrating 23 years as the nations longest running 2 day vintage show. Fabulous vintage clothing will be presented by over 85 of the best vintage dealers in the nation...
at AT&T Park (8am - 11am)

Participants of all ages can walk, jog or run two laps of the stadium's lower level stairs or the flat concourse for an inspirational day at AT&T Park to raise money for the Good Tidings Foundation's arts, education, athletic, and dreams programs for the Bay Area's...
at Princess Project (8am - 2pm)

Prom season has arrived and The Princess Project is giving away free prom dresses and accessories to high school girls who otherwise couldn't afford them...
Monday, March 21, 2011
at multiple locations (see listing for times)

Bay Area soprano Meldoy Moore and music director Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg come together to look Acclaimed for her "remarkably controlled voice that goes from meltingly soft to the height of emotion and projection...
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