COMEDY: Back by popular demand, Uptown Almanac presents their third installment of Locally-Sourced Pop-Up Comedy Night hosted by Sean Keane and featuring eight stellar Bay Area comics and 8,640 ounces of cold PBR. (8:45 p.m., The Roxie, 3117 16th Street)

DESIGN: S.F. Design Week, which kicked off yesterday, features a big list of events tonight, including open studio tours and talks at various locations, a Pop-Up at 111 Minna, which includes food, booze and local designers and vendors, and a Local Design Market at Zinc Details, which is a cross between a conventional exhibition and design pop-up shop where Bay Area designers, artists and makers will be showcasing their products, which will also be for sale. (various times and locations)

STORYTELLING: The staff and friends of the Center for the Art of Translation present A Night of Fairy Tales, in which Kate Bernheimer, Ilya Kaminsky, and Maria Tatar "take the audience down the slim path into the dark woods with readings from classic and contemporary fairytales. And these aren't the fairytales you grew up with—they're the darkest, scariest tales you've ever heard!" (8:30 to 10 p.m., Viracocha, 998 Valencia Street)