MUSIC: Theresa Andersson recorded her latest album, Hummingbird, Go!, in a New Orleans kitchen using everything from soda bottles to homemade water vases to her soulful yet sunny voice. Check out the singing Swede croon tonight, performing right before acoustic guitarist/major dreamboat Ryan Auffenberg.

9 p.m. // Hotel Utah - Fourth Street) // $10

FILM: Smutty-titled noir classic Dark Passage (1947) screens tonight in the Castro. Starring Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, and Agnes Moorehead, Passage tells the tale of an innocent (?) man convicted of murdering his wife who escapes from prison in order to clear his name. The film is drenched in old-time San Francisco, and well worth your time if you haven't seen it before. Also, we could chew off our thumbs to have the change to rent Bacall's awesome apartment. (Really, it's just sickeningly gorgeous.)

9 p.m. // Castro Theatre (Castro & Market) // $10.50

Theresa Andersson, Photo: Miranda Penn Turin