FILM: The Oakland Underground Film Festival presents a double feature of two historical documentaries, Remembering Playland, about the old amusement park located next to Ocean Beach, which was established in the 1880s and was shuttered in the 1970s, and Special When Lit, the definitive story of the rise and fall of pinball as told by hardcore fans, collectors, designers, and champion players from across the globe. Preceding the films, there will be live music by Tippy Canoe and Vagabondage, physical theater by Kinetic Arts Center, and pinball machines provided by Pacific Pinball Theater.

5:30 p.m. // Jack
 Pavilion Theater (98 Broadway, Oakland) // $10, with no one turned away for lack of funds

LITERARY: Naked Girls Reading, which was founded by burlesque queen, Michelle L'Amour of Chicago, will feature titillating (and nude) readings from The Wild Party by Joseph Moncure March, 1928 -- the book that inspired William Burroughs to become a writer. After the reading, Sugar La Vie will teach the audience how to dance the Charleston.

7 to 9 p.m. // Center for Sex & Culture (1519 Mission St, 2nd Fl) // $15-20