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MIKE KOOZMIN/THE S.F. EXAMINER<p>A man walks past a colorful mural on the side of the now-shuttered Hollywood Billiards on Market Street between Sixth and Seventh streets. A developer has proposed demolishing the two-story building and replacing it with a 13-story mixed-use structure incorporating residential units and commercial space.

Sept. 28: Fog Fest, squash tourney and more

Book

Displaced Persons by Derek McCulloch and Anthony Peruzzo ($17.99)

Set in 20th-century San Francisco, the graphic novel includes tales of murder, love and “just the slightest bit of time travel.” McCulloch will speak at Green Apple Books in The City on Tuesday.

Volunteer

Project Homeless Connect: Volunteers are needed to sort food donations, prepare meals, enter data into computer databases and other tasks. [25 Van Ness Ave., Suite 340, S.F.; (415) 503-2124, www.projecthomelessconnect.com]

Get outside

Charity 5K: The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure 5K raises money for breast cancer research and honors the survivors and victims of the disease. [9 a.m., Ferry Building, 1 Ferry Building Plaza, S.F.; www.komensf.org]

Fog Fest: Celebrate coastal living with live music, arts and crafts vendors, food, activities and bounce structures right by the beach. [10 a.m.-6 p.m., Palmetto Avenue, Pacifica, pacificcoastfogfest.com]

Swing dancing: Lindy in the Park presents its weekly swing-dance event. A beginner lesson and community dancing make up the session. [11 a.m. to 2 p.m., between de Young Museum and Music Concourse, Golden Gate Park, S.F.]

Squash time: Watch the action at the NetSuite Open Squash Championships, which puts world-class squash players to the test in an all-glass portable court. [6-9:30 p.m., Steuart and Market streets, S.F.; www.netsuiteopensquash.com]

Music

Free concert: Neon Trees, Matt Nathanson and Lindsey Stirling are in the lineup for Alice@97.3's Now & Zen Fest. [Noon, Sharon Meadow, Golden Gate Park, S.F.]

Dance lineup: The Summertime, All the Time series presents Goldroom doing a DJ set, Viceroy and Pacific Disco and more. [Noon-7 p.m., Phoenix Hotel, 601 Eddy St., S.F.]

String quartet: The Alexander String Quartet is the main attraction in the opener of the Morrison Artists Series at San Francisco State. [3 p.m., McKenna Theatre, Creative Arts Building, SFSU, 1600 Holloway Ave., S.F.]

Bollywood concert: Indian superstar Shah Rukh Khan headlines an evening of dance, music and onstage spectacle by the biggest stars of the world's biggest film industry. [7:30 p.m., SAP Center, 525 W. Santa Clara St., San Jose]

Mitchell tribute: Laurie Antonioli & The American Dreams Band perform the music of Joni Mitchell. [8 p.m., Yoshi's, 1330 Fillmore St., S.F.]

Marketplace

Farmers market: The Stonestown Farmers Market brings together growers and vendors at the shopping mall. [9 a.m.-1 p.m., 3251 20th Ave., S.F.]

Culture

Art Beats: The three-day festival wraps up with art exhibits, live music, art exhibits and more. [1 p.m., Pier 70, S.F.; www.bayartbeats.com]

Brunch

Gallardos Mexican Food: Try a homestyle Mexican breakfast with authentic dishes such as huevos rancheros and machaca con huevos — eggs scrambled with onions, tomatoes and shredded beef — or simpler fare such as huevos con tocino (bacon and eggs). [3248 18th St., S.F.; (415) 436-9387]

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