FILM: The Expansion Bar may be closed, but it will remain in the hearts of San Franciscans forever, thanks to the documentary, The little man in the Boat. The film consists of footage collected over the last ten years of the bar's existence and includes interviews with Dick Wood, John Anderson, and Gary Milliman.

8 p.m. // Artists' Television Access (992 Valencia St) // $6

ART: The San Francisco Dump presents a two-day exhibition featuring the latest work from their current Artist in Residence Program. David Hevel's show, This Sugar is Raw, consists of sculptural work that reflects his reaction to the desperate nature of our culture’s level of waste. In Systemic Obsolescence, James Sansing has created installations that hold imaginative worlds shaped by a myriad of dualities. The SF Bike Coalition will be leading a bike ride to the exhibition. Meet at the Panhandle Statue at Fell and Baker Streets at 6:30 p.m.

5 to 9 p.m. // SF Recycling & Disposal, Art Studio (503 Tunnel Ave) // free

LIT: Contributors to the New Yorker, This American Life, the New York Times Magazine, Harper's, All Things Considered, Mother Jones, and Wired present the world's first live magazine, Pop-Up Magazine 2, created for a stage, a screen, and a live audience for one night only. Advance tickets are sold out, but interested parties can email [email protected] to be put on the waiting list.

7 p.m. // Brava Theater (2781 24th St) // $15 SOLD OUT