• Hoodies-N-Heels: Tonight's hip hop for the ivory white comes to you care of DJ VinSol. But he does more than just pump out hip hop staples. His electro, thrash, and slick soul sounds will have you staying to this Mission club just a little bit longer, getting just a little bit more drunk. A win-win, really.

    Goes from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. at Double Dutch; free.

  • Media Web Meet-Up III: The Producers: Come see the people who are helping create content for the Internets. (But don't blame them for us! We'll be hiding in the back if you want to hurl any heavy objects at our head.) Lane Hartwell, Photographer, Jason Schultz, Lawyer, EFF; Jim Goldstein, Photographer; and Heather Champ, Flickr will be on-hand to enlighten, enthrall and predict the future of the webs.

    The heavyweight chat goes from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. at Neue Songbird Nest.

  • Rashomon (1950): Famous Oscar-winning movie film about a rape and murder told from three different perspectives. (Stray Dog (1949) screens at 8:50 p.m., which is an interesting watch, but not as much as Rashomon. Just keeping it real, folks.)

    Screens at 7 p.m. at The Castro Theatre; $6-9.

    Image credit: www.meshsf.com