MUSIC: Martha and the Vandellas are known for signing the hell out of such hits as "Nowhere to Run," "Jimmy Mack," "Dancing In the Streets," and "Heatwave." (The latter still gives us the chills since it was the song Nancy Allen was listening to before fellating John Travolta in order to get him to drain her a bucket of pig blood to dump over poor Carrie White's head.) If you don't recognize this famous girl group's name, then you know their songs, which have been featured in many a movie preview. (Continues through April 19.)

8 p.m. // The Rrazz Room (222 Mason) // $35-$40

BOOZE: Everything is $2 all night long at this Marina bar. Beers, well drinks, crab cakes, Caesar salad, chicken fingers, and more go for a mere $2. Sure, it's in the Marina. But how can you resist SF's most culturally controversial neighborhood at these rock-bottom prices? You can't.

6 p.m. // City Tavern (3200 Fillmore) // free

FILM: "If you have not seen My Little Chickadee, you're stupid," quips SF Weekly's Hiya Swanhuyser. Truer words have never been written. So, to smarten up, be sure to check out this black-and-white treat, starring Mae West (who co-wrote) and W.C. Fields, for only $5.

8:30 p.m. // Castro Theatre (Castro & Market) // $5