• No Single Left Behind: Depressed at the thought of being single for the rest of your life? Then, go get a cat or eight. Sheesh. Or, better yet, attend this seminar where,according to the SFBG, "Rich Gosse, the keynote speaker at this gathering of nervous ex-spinsters-to-be, guarantees you'll get married in 2008 after hearing his pithy spouse-harpooning tips." What's more, the event's press release informs us that Mr. Gosse will touch upon the following key points: "give up your fantasy life," "play the numbers game," and "don't fall in love with the wrong person." Wow. This depresses us. Now, just where did we put our pills?

    The inspiration of a house to call a home starts at 7:30 p.m. at Westin St. Francis; $20

  • Dubalicious v. Freeform: It's a fight to the aural finish at SOMA's Shine. DJs Raydeus (Pronoia), Iyad (Freeform), Floorcraft (Freeform), and Jonboy (Dubalicious) have a heated spin-off to see which genre comes out the victor.

    The sublime and chemically-enhanced beats begin at 10 p.m. at Shine; $5 (after 11 p.m.)

  • X: Early '80s punk sounds, LA-style. This legendary band joins San Francisco-based The Hooks for a night of unabashed Los Angeles and SF sounds seamlessly colliding.

    The icons go on at 9 p.m. (tonight and tomorrow night) at Slim's; $20.

  • (2007): Phenomenal - that's right, phenomenal - documentary about our good friend, the Helvetica font. The film takes a fascinating look into typography, graphic design, and global visual culture centered around the beautiful and oft-used sans-serif typeface created in 1957.

    Screens tonight at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. at the Roxie.