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SOMETHING TO READ
Tiger Babies Strike BackBy Kim Wong Keltner ($13.99)The local writer’s humorous parenting book and memoir turns the tables on familiar “Tiger Mom” philosophies and discusses contemporary challenges all mothers face. Read More
Wild reeds: Clarinet Thing performs a concert of original works and arrangements of tunes by jazz giants. Beth Custer, Sheldon Brown, Ben Goldberg and Harvey Wainapel are the quartet. [8 p.m., Old First Church, 1751 Sacramento St., S.F.]
A great bike ride
Keep Pedaling After Bike to Work Day: Were you inspired by the thousands of people pedaling to the office Thursday for Bike to Work Day? Read More
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Giving proof that celebrating LGBT Pride is a year-round affair, and cannot be contained to a single mammoth parade, Acuòa Danza Teatro brightens up this post-S.F. Pride weekend with performances of “Same Amor.”
The show’s longer title, “Prehistorically the Same Love/Prehistóricamente El Mismo Amor,” gives more than a hint that the new work by the “flamenco company with attitude” speaks to the theme that love is all the same, regardless of gender or ethnicity. Read More
Returning for their fourth year at the 11th annual SF Sketchfest are the hilarious Thomas Lennon, Robert Ben Garant and Kerri Kenney-Silver, making numerous appearances at the two-week event.On Friday at Cobb’s Comedy Club, the trio hosts an evening focused on the trials and tribulations of working on the small screen. It’s a subject they know plenty about, since beginning in their early 20s on MTV’s hit half-hour sketch comedy show “The State.” Read More
Eating Food: Chef Anthony Strong serves Roman fare that takes advantage of California’s superb local ingredients at Locanda, an adventurous eatery from the proprietors of Delfina. Drinking Read More
A guy in a wheelchair bumps into a little person listening to a blind guy making cracks about people in wheelchairs when ...No joke. This is real. It’s one of the most amusing things about a wild troika comprising the most unconventional comics to pop up in 2011.The back story: “Wheelchair Comedian” Michael O’Connell met Steve Danner, a little person, and decided that if a blind guy could fall into the mix, they’d have a heck of comedy team. Enter Eric Mee. Read More
David Cross doesn’t need another diversion.
The creative brain of HBO’s ingenious sketch comedy program “Mr. Show” and the cut-off-wearing “never nude” Tobias Fünke of the prematurely canceled series “Arrested Development” won’t be condensing his witty repartee into 140 words (or fewer) via Twitter anytime soon. Read More