Take a hike at the Lake Anza area in Tilden Regional Park



Food: Nan, a new late-night spot in the Fillmore district, is an inviting beer hall serving spicy Korean comfort food and thirst-quenching beverages.


Wine: With truffle season officially under way, we suggest some Italian wines that go particularly well with the ever-so-tasty delicacy.

On the town

Sex and sordidness: “Not Necessarily Noir II,” a series of expectation-defying films that help redefine the idea of noir, presents “The Killers” (1964) and “Play Misty for Me” (1971). [6:15 p.m., Roxie Theater, 3117 16th St., S.F.; www.roxie.com]

Body music:
The 2011 International Body Music Festival, where the body is the instrument, begins. Performers include Cudamani (Bali), Kantu Korpu (Greece) and others. [8 p.m., Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 701 Mission St., S.F.]


A great hike

Eastern colors: For views of subtle fall foliage in the East Bay, check out the Lake Anza area in Tilden Regional Park on an easy 1.5-mile loop hike. Pass under live oak and redwoods before scrambling over rocks on the lake’s eastern shore. Go through a grove of eucalyptus trees and head up the Wildcat Gorge Trail to find most fall colors along Wildcat Creek. Loop back to the lake via Selby Trail. [Visit WeekendSherpa.com to sign up for email about getting outdoors in Northern California]


Day of the Dead concert:</b> The San Francisco Symphony presents its Dia de los Muertos concert. Guest soloist: Mexican tenor David Lomeli. [Festivities at 1 p.m.; concert at 2 p.m.; Davies Symphony Hall, 201 Van Ness Ave., S.F.]


Top tap: Tap dancer Savion Glover performs at the San Francisco Jazz Festival. Bare Soundz, an ensemble that creates percussion with hands and feet, joins him. [7 and 9 p.m., Palace of Fine Arts, 3301 Lyon St., S.F.]


Winter sports: The San Francisco Ski and Snowboard Festival features winter-sports attractions, a gear sale and more. A wine expo is Saturday; beer is on Sunday. [11 a.m. to 8 p.m., Festival Pavilion, Fort Mason Center, Marina Boulevard and Buchanan Street, S.F.]


Bay views: The San Francisco Film Society’s Cinema by the Bay series, spotlighting local filmmakers, continues. Saturday’s films include “Where’s My Stuff?” [2 p.m. onward, SFFS/New People Cinema, 1746 Post St., S.F.; www.sffs.org]


Homer on deck: We Players presents an adaptation of Homer’s “The Odyssey,” performed aboard a historic sailing vessel during a sail on the Bay. [Noon, aboard the vessel Alma, Hyde Street Pier, Jefferson and Hyde streets, .S.F.]

Literary arts

Photographer talk: Scott Pasfield presents a slide show and discusses “Gay in America,” his book containing photos of 140 gay men from 50 states and their stories. [7 p.m., Magnet Center, 4122 18th St, S.F.]


Fort Mason Farmers Market top picks

  • Asian pears
  • Acorn squash
  • Broccoli
  • Chrysanthemums
  • Pomegranates
  • Walnuts



Native American films: The American Indian Film Festival continues through Nov. 12. Two programs of documentaries are on the bill today. [Noon and 7 p.m., Embarcadero Center Cinema, 1 Embarcadero Center, S.F]


Class act: Hillbarn Theatre presents “Master Class,” Terrence McNally’s 1997 Tony-winning play about opera legend Maria Callas and a 1972 Juilliard master class she taught. [2 p.m., 1285 East Hillsdale Blvd., Foster City]


Stand-up show: Comedian David Alan Grier performs. “In Living Color,” “Life With Bonnie” and the Robert Altman film “Streamers” are among his credits. [8 p.m., Cobb’s Comedy Club, 915 Columbus Ave., S.F.]

A great bike ride

‘Pedaling Through the Past’: Tour through San Francisco’s rich labor history — beginning with Native American slavery and continuing through the 1934 General Strike — on a four-hour exploration led by author and historian Chris Cunnie of Shaping San Francisco; $15 to $50, sliding scale. [Meet at Counterpulse, 1310 Mission St., S.F., www.shapingsf.org]

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