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.


POST-SHOW DJ SET: Once they finish up their sold-out show at the Regency Ballroom, you can still check out the Flight Facilities duo in their DJ capacity over at Audio. With punny, well-paced songs and remixes, perhaps they're even more appropriate in a club atmosphere. And hey, it's a cheaper ticket, anyway. Tickets! Audio, 316 11th Street between Harrison and Folsom Streets, 9:30 p.m., $10

FREE NOISEPOP SHOW: At good old Benders, local bands like Eagle Wolf Snake and The Love Dimension take the stage for your enjoyment and absolutely no charge with an RSVP here. SAN FRANPSYCHO & DO415 host the happy hour mayhem that starts early and probably ends up going late. Bender's Bar & Grill, 806 South Van Ness Avenue at 19th Street, 5 p.m., free


GIRL-GROUP POP SHOW: LA pop duo TV GIRL has been acclaimed by The Atlantic, NPR, Pitchfork, and the Guardian. And for a taste of your own, listen to hit single "If You Want It (You Got It)." If that leaves you wanting more, the show's at Brick and Mortar and it's not pricey. Brick and Mortar, 1710 Mission Street between 14th Street and Duboce Avenue, $10 - $12

LAUGHS: With guest hilarity from Ron Chapman, the 2012-founded Don’t Watch This Show Liveis a solid stand-up sketch comedy show promoting local comedians with new material every fourth Wednesday of the month. “DWTS is Saturday Night Live meets Funny or Die,” is the tagline they've earned from the Weekly. It's also an excuse to check out a brand new venue. PianoFight Theater, 144 Taylor Street between Eddy and Turk Streets, $1-$10


HOME VIDEO: When’s the last time you watched porn in a theater? Don’t answer that, but do come to Dan Savage’s homegrown amateur porn festival — Hump — when it hits the Roxie. Porn of all varieties will be shown and then, at the end of the tour, destroyed, never to be found on the web (no leaks in its decade-long run!) Hump's sold out except for this one showing, so get tickets here. Roxie Theater, 3117 16th Street between Valencia and Guerrero Streets, 10:30 p.m., $20

PODCAST TAPING: The excellent Toro Y Moi breaks down a track, take by take, instrument by instrument, for Song Exploder. They're a sort of behind the scenes podcast, and you can be a part of their live recording at the Swedish American Hall for no money with a simple RSVP. You'll also be among the first to hear a new track as it's dissected: "Half Dome" is the song, and it's from the album What For? out April 17th. Swedish American Hall, 2174 Market Street between Church and Sanchez Streets, 5 p.m., Free


HUMANS OF SF: Brandon Stanton, the photographer and creator of HONY (Humans of New York), spun his brand of visual storytelling into a #1 New York Times bestselling book. His work includes photographs of 10,000 New Yorkers. And now he's chatting about all of it with the humans of San Francisco. The Nourse Theater, 275 Hayes Street between Franklin Street and South Van Ness Avenue, 7 p.m., $27


POST-APOCALYPTIC CIRCUS: Enter the world of 2037 with Lucent Dossier Experience, a cirque-style performance art troupe who create a futurist slash steampunk slash tribal wonderland this weekend at The Regency Ballroom. To get very SNL's Stefon, these guys are the hottest act around, with fire play, belly dancing, and even sword swallowing. Tickets to another world are here. The Regency Ballroom, 1300 Van Ness Avenue between Bush and Sutter Streets, 8 p.m., $22.50-$25

FALL IN LOVE: Atop Bernal is a wooden chest with "the 36 Questions" engraved on it. What are those? According to the New York Times, they're a surefire way to fall in love with someone just by asking and answering. Here's some more info, and indeed, a couple has already gotten engaged at the site, so bring a ring just in case. The 36 Questions, Bernal Heights, look for the "No Outlets" street sign at the end of Ellsworth Street and walk up, all day, free.


PUGDAY: It being the first Sunday of the month, it is also the best day to catch some pugs on parade thanks to SFDOG. The incredible pup watching goes down in Alta Plaza Park, and even if you're not a pug person, you'll see fun dogs of all shapes sizes and breeds. Alta Plaza Park between Scott and Steiner Streets, 1 p.m., free

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