Tuesday, February 12, 2013

What to Do Today: Beer Week Madness Continues, SF IndieFest, Secret Lives of Muslim Women, Soundgarden

By Kathleen Richards
Tue, Feb 12, 2013 at 11:25 AM

SF Beer Week continues with a bevy of East Bay events, including: Extreme Hop Takeover at Porky’s Pizza Palace (5-10 p.m., free), Elevation 66 Beer Pairing Dinner at Elevation 66 Brewing Company (7-10 p.m., $60), EXTREME Ale & Cheese at Wine Thieves (7-10 p.m., $30), Meet the Brewer: Linden Street at Saul’s (7-9 p.m., free), Mendonesia Invasion at Bobby G’s Pizzeria (7-11 p.m., free), Say LAH-GOO-KNEE-TUSS (in case you had questions) at Beer Rev (3 p.m.-midnight, free), and, finally, the Line 51 and Hanger 24 Release Party at Cato’s (5 p.m.-midnight, free).

Stereotypes abound when it comes to Muslim women, but what are romance, dating, and sex really like for this diverse community? Find out at a reading of Love InshAllah: The Secret Love Lives of American Muslim Women, a collection of stories from 25 writers, with co-editor Ayesha Mattu. At the International House; 7:30 p.m., $10.

SF IndieFest continues tonight with screenings of Iceberg Slim: Portrait of a Pimp (7 p.m.) and Sightseers (9 p.m.), at Shattuck Cinemas.

Seattle grunge band Soundgarden returns for its first tour in more than fifteen years. The band plays two dates in Oakland, tonight at tomorrow at the Fox Theater, and although both shows are sold out, there’s bound to be some tickets for sale via Craigslist. It’ll be worth it. 8 p.m., $59.50.

Soundgarden, in its glory years.
  • Soundgarden, in its glory years.


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