ART: Have you walked along Divisadero lately? It's pretty dang swank these days. Check out all it has to offer at the Divisadero Spring Art Walk. Peruse lots of great art and enjoy live entertainment and happy hour prices on food and beverages. A highlight of tonight's event is Big Umbrella Studios' Cobalt: Names from a 6 Year Old show, featuring work by a first grader who's very clever at naming things.

5 to 10 p.m. // Divisadero Street from Haight to Geary // free

COMEDY: Found photo enthusiasts should head to the Roxie for Charles Phoenix and His Big Retro Slide Show, featuring the very best of Phoenix’s massive collection of flea market-found vintage Kodachrome slides. Phoenix, who has an infectious enthusiasm and keen eye for oddball detail, will "roast and toast" mid-century tourist traps, theme parks, space age suburbia, car culture, festive fashions and more.

8 p.m. // Roxie Theater (3117 16th Street) // $25

PERFORMANCE: It's the "pay-what-you-can" preview night of CounterPULSE's Our Daily Bread, which uses dance, text and video to engage all of the senses and celebrate what we eat, illuminating the culture that underlies our eating practices. The production poses the questions, "Are our food traditions supporting our well being or making us sick?" and "Why are lower income communities of color and the farm workers themselves often missing from 'the table' of the sustainable food movement?"

9 p.m. // CounterPULSE (1310 Mission Street) // Pay What You Can