CABARET: Go see Veronica Klaus at Enrico's, will ya? Oh, and don't worry; she doesn't do vaudevillian crap. See, Klaus belts out supple, award-winning, "post-modern" jazz and blues sounds for her adoring masses, accompanied by Tammy L. Hall on piano. And don't fret if you can't catch her tonight. Klaus performs every Tuesday.

8 p.m. // Enrico's (504 Broadway)

FILM:Ever want to see just that Bay Area Video Coalition (BAVC) -- that non-profit arts organization providing high-quality, industry standard training in video production, video post-production, graphic arts, and more - produced? Well, check out "Transitions; BAVC's Next Generation Youth Videos" over in the Mission. "Transitions" will showcase teen video projects that documents their personal transformation and social transformation (and, God willingr, which one wants to be Paris Hilton's new BFF. But probably not.)

7 p.m. // The Intersection for the Arts (446 Valencia) // 18 and under, free; $5-$15 sliding scale

MUSIC: Described as having "one foot in Oingo Boingo and the other in the movie Straight to Hell", the Graves Brothers Deluxe will play some swell ditties for your aural enjoyment. So will the railroad-titled Boxcar Satan and Boxcar Saints.

10 p.m. // The Knockout (3223 Mission) // $6