• Class and Power in Queer San Francisco: Come hear poets Meliza Bañales and Solidad de Costa, circus performer Keith Hennessy, and writer Michelle Tea push forth the homosexual agenda. Mwa ha ha. They will also touch upon the "schisms between different classes" among the queer community. That is to say, being poor and gay, like, really sucks.

    Starts at 7:30 p.m. at CounterPULSE; free.

  • Secret Sunshine (2007): South Korea's official Oscar entry is a shocking (or so we keep hearing) work about a woman who trades her big city life for a small town, with disastrous results. (Jeon Do-Yeon took home the top acting prize at Cannes this year for her work.) Lee Chang-Dong will be on-hand for a Q&A as well.

    Screens at 7 p.m. at Letterman Digital Arts Center; $9-11.

  • Club Unicornbread: We almost don't care what, exactly, happens at this club night. Just having the name "Club Unicornbread" has us sold. But for those of you who need to kick the tires: tonight's underground showcase features such diverse acts as Husky Tuffskins, Phillip T Nails, Ibid, Michael Musika, 100 Dismembered Handbags, Uni & Her Ukulele, Mariel a la Mode, and the Triffles.

    Doors open at 8 p.m. at Rickshaw Stop; $5.