FILM: Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel explores the life of a "preeminent 20th-century aesthete" and style-spotter, who is mostly remembered as the "rip-roaring" editor at Harper’s Bazaar, then Vogue, and the one who made the first exhibitions of haute couture happen at the Met. (6:45 p.m., Sundance Kabuki Cinemas, 1881 Post Street)

MUSIC: SFJAZZ's Israeli JazzFest presents 3 Cohens, who are three very talented Tel-Aviv born siblings — Anat, Yuval and Avishai Cohen — a clarinetist and tenor player, a soprano saxophonist, and a trumpeter. Also featuring Gilad Hekselman Trio. (7 p.m., Jewish Community Center of San Francisco, 3200 California Street)

COMEDY: Killing My Lobster is back with Killing My Lobster Chops Down the Family Tree, which "leaves no family stone unturned as they wrap their claws around Prop 8, public nursing, sibling rivalry, and negligent parents! From The Brady Bunch to the Manning brothers, no family goes unscathed in this raucous slashing of the ties that bind!" Good times. (7 p.m., The Jewish Theatre, 470 Florida Street)