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It's time to fight off the villainous forces of boredom and shed the oppressive weight of routine entertainment. You can start with the 32nd Annual St. Stupid's Day Parade, celebrated by the First Church of Last Laugh with a Thursday lunchtime jaunt through the Financial District. After you're done being silly, find a sturdy pair of tights and a colorful cape so you don't feel out of place at WonderCon 2010, a three-day celebration of comics at Moscone Center. Some real-life superwomen will battle it out on roller skates when the ShEvil Dead and Oakland Outlaws face off for Flat Track Roller Derby at Fort Mason. Put your own superhero skills to test with a kamikaze ride down the corkscrew turns of Lombard Street during the BYOBW - Big Wheel Race. Up, Up, and away!

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Tuesday, March 30, 2010
at The Regency Ballroom (8pm)

In 1996, mounting child support payments led Williams to capitalize on his family name and sign a contract with Nashville, Tennessee music industry giant Curb Records. Three Hanks: Men With Broken Hearts was issued shortly thereafter...
at Beauty Bar (9pm)

No cover! $5 PBR + Shot. This is the only weekly rock & roll dance party in San Francisco playing all the best from No Wave, New Wave, Dark Wave, Punk Rock, Glam Rock and other genres from the late 70s to early 80s. Come dance with us!
Wednesday, March 31, 2010
at The Contemporary Jewish Museum (7pm)

Put the Hagaddah back on the shelf, and join the Contemporary Jewish Museum's young professional group, the Contemporaries, for the first annual Out of Order Seder. More cabaret, than kosher ritual, this unforgettable event features cutting edge...
at El Rio (9pm)

Precita Eyes is raising funds for this year's Urban Youth Arts Festival, an annual event that youth and families can attend and enjoy free live music, live performances, food and creative expression. With your support this will be our 14th Urban Youth Arts Festival held in Precita Park...
Thursday, April 1, 2010
at Embarcadero Plaza (noon)

"Bring your dead lottery tickets, socks 'n jocks, pennies and your own cents of insignificance to walk through the financial district and attend to the rituals..."
Friday, April 2, 2010
at HP Pavilion (7:30pm)

Three-time Grammy Award winning recording artist, The Black Eyed Peas today announced dates for their 100-date headline tour. Described as the ultimate Black Eyed Peas party experience, it also marks the first time that the group...
at Davies Symphony Hall (10pm)

The post-concert party features composer, conductor and bass and trombone player Adam Theis and the All-Star Jazz Mafia Ensemble. The group will fuse elements of jazz, electronics, and hip-hop in response to the San Francisco Symphony's...
at The Independent (9pm)

Over the course of five LPs and numerous EPs and mixtapes, the group has proven to be a welcome enigma in hip-hop. Lyrically, singer Zumbi runs the gamut on a range of issues both serious and frivolous, discussing problems and pleasures both spiritual and worldly...
at Paradise Lounge (10pm)

Like Calvin Harris, his closest musical relative, Guillon aka DatA injects a healthy dose of disco funk into his futuristic, next-generation pop, reminding us more of Chic's groove, the classiness of Shalamar and the dance-inspired sound of Quincy Jones, than the currently trendy "take-no-prisoners" techno sound...
at The New Parish (10pm)

Featuring Christian Martin (Dirty Bird), Richie Panic (Blow Up), LLeGGs (PJ Pooterhooters & jaysonic Hottub/Le Heat, DJ Black (Hella Gay), Vladimir Computin (Serato).
Saturday, April 3, 2010
at Golden Gate Park (noon - 2pm)

Join the SF Bicycle Coalition for a kid-friendly day in Golden Gate Park to kick-off six months of car-free Healthy Saturdays. We'll be celebrating our work to help win this car-free space with Freedom from Training Wheels, to help kids learn to ride on two wheels...
at Herbst Pavilion (6:30pm)

The BAD girls are back and ready for some hard hitting action in San Francisco. Watch the SF ShEvil Dead take on the Oakland Outlaws...
at Bently Reserve (8pm)

All your favorite Bay Area crews coming together to help us throw our classiest event of the year at the amazing Bently Reserve. Three rooms of sound (all donated by JK), and professional lighting donated by Got Light. We're starting early with a cocktail hour, prize giveaways, hors d'oeuvres...
at Space 550 (8pm)

In 2010 Bunny Jam turned 100 and was pronounced dead and/or lost in space. The Lapinzonia Space Colony has collided with the Zombunny Disco Parlor & Rabbatoir and a massive Easter Basketroid is headed straight towards planet Earth!
at Bimbo's 365 Club (9pm)

The Beat (known in North America as The English Beat) are a 2 Tone ska revival band founded in England in 1978.[1] Their songs fuse ska, pop, soul, reggae, and punk rock, and their lyrics deal with themes of love, unity, and sociopolitical topics...
at Ruby Skye (9pm)

The Crystal Method is an American electronic music duo that was created in Los Angeles, California by Ken Jordan and Scott Kirkland in the early 1990s. The Crystal Method's music has appeared in numerous TV shows, films, video games, and advertisements...
at Roe - Boutique Lounge & Nightclub (9:30pm)

Hosted by Industry Friends: David Soto of Vanity SF, Peter of Rise SF, Alex K of Privilege SF, Joe Bruno & Nokturnal Bliss...
Sunday, April 4, 2010
at Moscone Center (see listing for times)

An amazing roster of special guests from the worlds of comics and science fiction/fantasy will be a major highlight for fans at WonderCon 2010. The guest list includes comics legends Murphy Anderson, Sergio AragonÚs, and Joe Kubert along with some of the superstars of today's most popular comics, including Frank Cho, Amanda Conner, Darwyn...
at Vermont Street (4pm)

Big people on kids' toys, no rubber wheels, no registration, hand-made prizes, fun!
at Dolores Park (11am - 4pm)

Easter Sunday in Dolores Park will play host to a tea party of magnificent proportions as The Sisters welcome their community to indulge and celebrate 31 years of "promulgating universal joy and expiating stigmatic guilt."...
Monday, April 5, 2010
at 1550 Hyde Cafe & Wine Bar (7pm)

Are you craving some inspiration? Amusement? Enlightenment? Wine? Then join us for "Get Lit!" in our candlelit wine bar-come-literary salon. Bring your own literary contributions or those of your favorite authors to share. Sip burgundy, bubbles, or brew from 1550's acclaimed (and affordable!) wine list and listen to creative works from a variety of other authors.
at The Warfield (8pm)

With the hiatus of pop-punk superstars blink-182 in full effect by the fall of 2005, singer/guitarist Tom DeLonge revealed the formation of his new band - one he'd already been working with for six months - Angels & Airwaves. With the notoriety of his previous group, much hype ensued after...
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