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.


LOCAL FILM PREVIEW: The Last Black Man in San Francisco, which you can get a taste of here, looks like a really interesting historically-based film from Joe Talbot starring Jimmie Fails as a version of himself. Tonight there's a meet-and-greet and a photo exhibit, plus a $10 prix fixe menu at Radio Africa & Kitchen for Community Tuesdays as well as $5 beer and wine. Radio Africa & Kitchen, 4800 3rd Street, 5 p.m., Donation-Based

PLAY PREVIEW: John Kolvenbach (Goldfish, Mrs. Whitney), in collaboration with Harbor Stage Company returns to Magic Theatre, a company founded in 1967 and named for the scene in Herman Hesse’s novel, Steppenwolf, where an invitation is extended for an “Anarchist Evening at the Magic Theatre / For Madmen Only / Price of Admission Your Mind.” The play, which previews tonight, is called Sister Play and it's a family comedy set in a Cape Cod cabin. If you miss the preview, know that it runs through April 19th. Magic Theatre, Fort Mason Center Bldg D, $20 and up


BOOK SALE: ($2-3) Books, ($1) DVDs, CDs, and books on tape! Get 'em all on the cheap thanks to the forces of digitization and the SF Public Library system at Fort Mason during the Friends of the San Francisco Library Spring Book Sale. Expect over 250,000 items including vinyl for you hipsters. It's all day until 6 p.m. for the rest of the week, and things get pretty picked over by Sunday close, so swing by sooner rather than later. Fort Mason Festival Pavilion, 10 a.m., Free Admission

PARADE: From the First Church of the Last Laugh comes a day of irreligious revelry: Saint Stupid Day. It's April Fools day, everybody! The congregation "convenes for its one whole-y day each year at the EMBARCADERO PLAZA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1TH, NOON, rain and/or shine. Bring socks for the sock exchange, pennies for the banker's heart, dead lottery tickets for the Federal Reserve, noise/music makers for the exorcism and a well dressed sense of absurdity. Attendance will be taken." Or is this just an elaborate prank? Go to find out, I guess. Embarcadero Plaza, 12 p.m., Free


MOVIE NIGHT: Check out some short films at the Cal Academy of Science's NightLife, including a screening of Google Advanced Technology and Projects Spotlight Stories, a collection of short films that blend art, technology, and storytelling. California Academy of Sciences, 55 Music Concourse Drive, 6 p.m., $12 non-member, $10 member

NATURE WALK: Celebrate spring with nature photographer, geologist, and National Park Service Interpretive Ranger Will Elder. A great way to jaunt through the Presidio in the evening! Presidio Officer's Club, Moraga Avenue and Graham Street, 7 p.m., Free with registration


COOK BOOK TALK: If you want to eat like a Parisian, David Lebovitz wants to tell you how. The cookbook star talks at Omnivore Books in Noe Valley about what he's learned and what he's making these days. Omnivore Books, 3885a Cesar Chavez Street, 6 p.m., Free

ART CRAWL: Over a dozen North Beach galleries combine forces for a first Friday art crawl that doesn't require taking the Transbay Tube. A fine excuse to tool around North Beach, of course. Arata Fine Art Gallery (and many others) 450 Columbus Avenue, 6 p.m., Free


SEXY DAY DANCE PARTY: Hard French x Honey Soundsystem = a great day at El Rio. This is a classic outdoor party not to be missed and to be arrived at, like, way before it starts. Expect free barbecue while it lasts and of course DJ Carnita with the tunes. El Rio, 3158 Mission Street, 2 p.m., $10

SEXY GAY DANCE PARTY: This one's really just for the queer folk: Ships in the Night at The New Parish. About the beneficiary (it's always a benefit): "All yr sweet sweet donations will go to run this Spring's BROUHAHA, a QTPOC social justice comedy storytelling show happening June 9th in downtown Oakland for the National Queer Arts Festival." The New Parish, 579 18th Street Oakland, 9 p.m., Donation-based


SACRILEGE: This year, as every year, the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence are putting the Jesus back in Easter. Specifically, they're holding their 36th annual Hunky Jesus competition, which is what it sounds like: dudes who look all Jesus-y competing for the crown of thorns. It's like Mr. Marina, but cool and funny. Hellman Hollow, Golden Gate Park, 12 p.m., Free

EASTER BRUNCH: If you've got kids, they need easter eggs and you need mimosas. Head over to SoMa StrEat Food Park for the bottomless variety and even some poor soul wearing an Easter Bunny costume for the sake of your spawn. 428 11th Street, 10 a.m., you get what you pay for.