Things to do for June 05, 2008

The Weekender

The SF Weekend Starts Here

The weekend knows you’re going to draw scissors, so it’s going to draw rock.

Thursday
Tobi.com and Azalea Sale
THURSDAY SALE-ING

Tobi.com and Azalea Sale

Find online keepers from brands like Opening Ceremony, Rag & Bone and Edun marked down up to 30 percent. If you’re old-school, Azalea—the sister store in Hayes Valley—has similar markdowns.

411: Tobi; Azalea, 411 Hayes St (at Gough), 415-861-9888

Thursday
Harlot's One-Year Anniversary
THURSDAY BASH

Harlot's One-Year Anniversary

Your favorite Barbary Coast brothel-turned-nightclub is celebrating its first anniversary, featuring beats by house legend Miguel Migs. Order a Vespers from a corset-tightened bartender and toast the good old days.

411: June 5, 9pm, Harlot, 46 Minna St (at Mission), 415-777-1077, RSVP here

Saturday
6th Annual Rock Paper Scissors Tournament
SATURDAY MIND GAMES

6th Annual Rock Paper Scissors Tournament

Deemed “Wine Country’s Sporting Event of the Year,” the RPS tourney is like chess, only more intellectually demanding. Take the next two days to train, strategize and study film.

411: June 7, noon-6pm, Roshambo at Cornerstone Place, 23568 Highway 121, Sonoma, 707-431-2051, $10 (spectator), $20 (competitor)

Saturday
Dawn 2008
SATURDAY SHAVUOT

Dawn 2008

The grand opening of SF’s Contemporary Jewish Museum means you get to: explore that giant blue cube towering over Yerba Buena Lane, rub elbows with Everything Is Illuminated’s Jonathan Safran Foer and absorb Cambodian-American psychedelic pop band Dengue Fever. Till the break of…

Sunday
Sips & Bites on the Bay
SUNDAY BITING

Sips & Bites on the Bay

While some will be swimming the Bay (Escape from Alcatraz happens Sunday), you’d rather float above it. Sip local wine and devour bites prepared by the Left Bank as you sail aboard the USS Potomac (FDR’s presidential yacht—and we know that guy knew how to party).

411: June 8, 10am-noon, USS Potomac, 1 Ferry Building, 877-329-7377, $150

Monday
Zeitgeist International Film Festival
MONDAY MOVIES

Zeitgeist International Film Festival

Hang out in SF’s notorious outdoor beer garden with a brew or two and watch a few films that perfectly cater to your attention span: 15 minutes or less. And who needs popcorn when you’ve got BBQ?

411: June 9, 8pm (films at 9pm), Zeitgeist, 199 Valencia St (at 14th), 415-255-7505

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