FILM: You really can't go wrong with a flm series featuring classic vintage erotic gems. Camille 2000, ("softcore sexploitation at its most stylish and sophisticated)" kicks off YBCA's Three-Way: A Trilogy of Vintage Erotica, in which curator Joel Shepard investigates "the fantasies and realities of sexual representation — that uncomfortable space where we so often find a huge gap." (7:30 p.m., Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 701 Mission Street)

ART: Attempt to feel like you're in LA (while wearing lots of layers) at the opening night of the first annual ArtPad SF opening at Phoenix Hotel, SF's favorite rockstar hang-out (there's a pool! and heat lamps). The exhibition will feature site specific and multimedia performances, interactive art, live music and DJs with original scores and mixes created especially for the occasion and benefits The Black Rock Arts Foundation’s public art and grant programs. (7 to 11 p.m., The Phoenix Hotel, 601 Eddy Street)

COMEDY: Hit Murphy's Pub for local comedy group Nightlife on Mars' monthly showcase of local talent, featuring Nighlife on Mars members Ryan Cronin, Adam McLaughlin and Joe Nguyen, and guests, Ken Townsend, Stuart Thompson, and Paul Simmons. Happy hour drink prices! (8 p.m. Murphy's Pub, 217 Kearny Street)