See and be seen at these select San Francisco shows, parties, and events. You know, because you can't read the Internet all the time.


WRITER CHAT: Locals Daniel Handler and Michael Chabon take to the stage to discuss Handler's new novel, We Are Pirates, set in 21st-century San Francisco Bay. If the two take audience questions, be advised to ask Chabon about Kendrick Lamar, the rapper he weighed in onwith Rap Genius post yesterday. Nourse Theater, 275 Hayes Street between Franklin Street and Van Ness Avenue, 7:30 p.m., $27

SLOW JAMS: Rock out slow to some '60s soul jams with veteran DJs Lucky and Primo who share with you their rare vinyl collection. If you miss it this week, come back next time, because it's every Tuesday and it gets you moving (if languidly). Make-Out Room, 3225 22nd Street between Mission and Bartlett Streets, 9:30 p.m., Free

WES ANDERSONIAN READING: Author Matt Zoller Seitz will be reading from a new update to his companion to the films of Wes Anderson, works that draw on interviews with Anderson and his cast and crew. This time it;s The Wes Anderson Collection: The Grand Budapest Hotel and it's every bit as carefully crafted as the films of the director himself. The Booksmith 1644 Haight Street between Belvedere and Clayton Streets, 7:30 p.m., Free


BURGER NIGHT: Award winning burger guru Wes Rowe of Wes Burger mixes it up with a new offering every week at his Mojo Bicycle Cafe pop-up. This week expect buttermilk fried chicken with pickle slaw and sambal aioli, so swing by for one (or two) and a beer on tap to top it off. Mojo Bicycle Cafe, 639 Divisadero Street between Hayes and Grove Streets

DOUBLE FEATURE: The Chapel is showing two fantastic concert flicks back to back: Stop Making Sense starring The Talking Heads and Shut Up And Play The Hits with LCD Soundsystem, and the natural pairing takes you through two iconic concerts for the price of none. The Chapel, 777 Valencia Street between 18th and 19th Streets, 7:30 p.m., Free


RADIO PARTY: It's high time to highlight the radio night at Pop's, where this week "Pro Fans" Katie & Marisa spin "goddamn every danceable jam." Support local radio and have a ball doing so. Pop's Bar, 2800 24th Street at York Street, 9 p.m., Free


VINTAGE VALENTINE: Valentine's day is weird, so go ahead and get weird with Oddball Films' "Vintage Valentine - Love, Sex and VD" showcase. Come out for "a night of 16mm mental hygiene shorts, VD scare films and sensuous ephemera to get your Valentines weekend off to a strange and sexy start." Some titles include Am I Normal? A Film about Male Puberty (1979) and The Mad Love Life of a Hot Vampire (1971). Oddball Film + Video, 275 Capp Street between 17th and 18th Streets, 8 p.m., $10

INDIE DANCE: This monthly synth-pop dance party goes down in SF and NYC. Here, it's every 2nd Friday of the month, and you can preview the playlist on Soundcloud to get a taste. The description from DJs Danny White
Rance and Gabe calls the theme the "finest vocal electronic dance music of the past three decades, connecting the dots between New Wave, Italo, Industrial, Nu-Disco, Electro, and House." Amnesia, 853 Valencia St between 19th and 20th Streets, 10 p.m., Free


MINI-PARADE: Do you enjoy seeing stilt walkers, giant Chinese puppets in elaborately costume, and Chinese deities parading through historic San Francisco Streets? Then check out this year'sChinese New Year Mini-Parade. It starts at St. Mary's square and then marches down the old parade route of Grant Avenue, arriving at the Flower Market Fair's main stage on Washington below Grant. St. Mary's Square, 601 California Street, 10:30 a.m., Free

FLAMENCA DANCING: On the second Saturday of the month, Bissap Baobob goes Flamenca, and you should be there to see it. Expect all the right steps and outfits, and it being Valentines Day, perhaps some roses, too. Bissap Baobob, 3372 19th Street between Mission and Capp Streets, $7:30 p.m., $15


JAZZY TRIBUTE: The Grammy-nominated singer with some great swing in her voice, Jane Monheit, returns to SFJAZZ with a show called Hello Bluebird. It's her tribute to "one of her greatest influences," none other than Judy Garland. SFJAZZ Center, 201 Franklin Street between Fell and Linden Streets, 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., $30 and up,

PUNK ROCK FLEA MARKET: Maximum Rocknroll, Prank, and Thrillhouse Records Present this swap-meet and record fair, and it's open to vendors of zines, records, comics, posters, and anything else you can think of. The bar will be open at The Knockout, and I would count on someone playing punk jams really, really loud. It's free unless you pay $5 to get in early with one box of records to sell all day. Knockout
3223 Mission St between Valencia and 29th Streets, 3 p.m., Free