FILM: KQED continues the Pride celebration with a free double-feature screening of Stonewall Uprising, about the violent six-day riots in New York that marked a major turning point in the modern gay civil rights movement, and Screaming Queens, about the famous riot at the Tenderloin's Compton's Cafeteria, in which the drag community banded together against the police for the first time. (7 p.m., Castro Theatre, 429 Castro Street)

BOOK READING: Bob Mould, Husker Du founder and solo musician, singer, composer, producer and DJ, shares his story for the first time in his new book, See a Little Light, in which he talk about his early years in rural northern New York, life with an alcoholic parent, his own addiction and recovery, his career ups and downs, and coming out of the closet. (8 p.m., The Booksmith, 1644 Haight Street)

ART: Hit 111 Minna for the ever-popular Sketch Tuesday event. Watch local artists sketch something on-the-fly, and then seize the opportunity to purchase it for cheap. Tonight's film projection is 787 Cliparts by Oliver Laric, and there is also a closing reception for the current exhibition for Fight or Flight. (6 to 10 p.m., 111 Minna Gallery, 111 Minna Street)