Mike koozmin/The S.f. Examiner<p>Picture of the Week: Luke Wonderly of Bakersfield made his way through San Francisco last week during his "Peace Walk

Mike koozmin/The S.f. Examiner<p>Picture of the Week: Luke Wonderly of Bakersfield made his way through San Francisco last week during his "Peace Walk

April 26: How Weird Street Faire, “Godzilla” and more

Something to read

Overthrowing Capitalism By Revolutionary Poets Brigade ($9.95) The group of Bay Area writers is reading from its latest collection at 4 p.m. today at the Modern Times Bookstore Collective, 2919 24th St., S.F.

Volunteer

Food Runners: A new app, which helps restaurants and other businesses easily donate extras to agencies feeding the needy, seeks volunteers to pick up and deliver food in San Francisco. [foodrunners.org]

Brunch

Fiore Caffe: The Italian cafe offers eggs Benedict made with prosciutto, potato gnocchi, grilled skirt steak with fried eggs and more. [8 a.m.-3 p.m., 3599 24th St., S.F.; (415) 642-4822, caffefioresf.com]

Get outdoors

MS run/walk: The Walk MS 1-mile and 5-kilometer event raises money to combat multiple sclerosis, which affects more than 2 million people worldwide. [9 a.m., Justin Herman Plaza, The Embarcadero and Market Street, S.F.]

Sweet rides: The Pacific Coast Dream Machines show has classic cars, motorcycles and aircraft, including a B-25 Mitchell bomber. [10 a.m.-4 p.m., Half Moon Bay Airport, 9850 Cabrillo Highway, Half Moon Bay]

Be weird: The 16th annual How Weird Street Faire brings food, art, 10 stages of dance music and more to South of Market. [Noon-8 p.m., Second and Howard streets, S.F.; howweird.org]

Park band: The Golden Gate Park Band is kicking off the 133rd season of free concerts (yes, they started in 1882) with an afternoon of marches, Broadway tunes and more. [1 p.m., Music Concourse, Golden Gate Park, S.F.]

Music

Mandolin jam: The 15th annual Festival of the Mandolins includes performances by Aurora Mandolin Orchestra, Instant Klezmer Mandolin Orchestra and more. [11 a.m., Croatian American CulturalCenter, 60 Onondaga Ave., S.F.; www.slavonicweb.org]

Vocal group: All-male vocal ensemble Clerestory performs “Love and the Knight,” a musical tribute to King Charlemagne that includes Gregorian chant, Renaissance music and more. [4 p.m., St. Mark's Lutheran Church, 1111 O'Farrell Street St., S.F.]

British flashback: The Moody Blues, which formed in 1964 during the British Invasion, is playing hits from five decades of music. [7:30 p.m., Fox Theater, 1807 Telegraph Ave., Oakland]

Film

Godzilla!: A screening of the original 1954 Japanese film “Godzilla” is followed by a Q&A session with Armand Vaquer, an expert in the Japanese genre of giant-monster movies. [3:30 p.m., Roxie Theater, 3117 16th St., S.F.]

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