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.


CONTEMPORARY DANCE: On the scenic Hyde Street Pier, physical theater and dance company inkBoat performs 95 Rituals in a series of free shows. They've been experimenting with the performance since May, and starting now they're putting it on, although no two performances will be the same and you can come and go as you please. Hyde Street Pier, 5 p.m. - 8 p.m., Free

DOUBLE FEATURE: Get twice the recent dystopian film action with both Ex Machina at 7 p.m. and Under The Skin at 9:05 p.m. The former is an Oscar Isaac flick, basically, and the latter is a ScarJo flick, basically. 429 Castro Street, 7 p.m., $11


SHOW AT SLIM'S: Detroit-based Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas play Slim's with San Francisco's The She's and more. Hernandez and her band are very cool, as are the all female (duh) She's. Check them both out and score some tickets. 333 11th Street, 7:30 p.m., $20

SHOW AT SWEDISH AMERICAN HALL: At just 18-years-old, Bridie Monds-Watson who performs as SOAK has drawn comparisons to Cat Power and Laura Marling. When she isn't at the skatepark or studying, apparently, she's making really wrenching music.
2174 Market Street, 7 p.m., $15


LITERARY PARLOR GAME: During Shipwreck, particularly appropriate with Peter Pan as the source text this go-round, six local writers anonymously destroy six characters from a work of fiction at the Booksmith before a winner is chosen and all are unmasked. 1644 Haight Street, 7 p.m., $10

MOVIE: Get reunited with Romy and Michele's High School Reunion. Sometimes called a female Dumb and Dumber, that's really underselling the work of Mira Sorvino, Lisa Kudrow, and Janeane Garofalo. Photobooth in the lobby if you decide to get dressed up or something. 3290 Sacramento Street, 7 p.m. doors, $10.50


VINTAGE MOVIES: Yep, another night of cool 16mm vintage films courtesy of Oddball Film + Video. From Isaac Asimov Sci-Fi to early computer generated animation, outdated educational films, and more, gaze at what we thought the future might look like in the not-too- distant past. 275 Capp Street, 8 p.m., $10

SHOW: That five-piece Oakland-based band your friends have been raving about? It's Waterstrider. And the Great American Music Hall is definitely the place to see them rock. 859 O'Farrell Street, 8 p.m., $15


PHONO DEL SOL: Acts like Tanlines, Generationals, and Sonny and the Sunsets plus your absolute favorite food trucks will be at Potrero del Sol in this mini-festival. Weather looks like it could be great, too. Overall, I'd get a ticket sooner rather than later, because this one seems to be on everybody's radar. Potrero Del Sol, 12 p.m., $30

GUIDED PRESIDIO HIKE: The Presidio is home to the largest collection of Andy Goldsworthy sculptures on public view in North America, so join the Presidio Trust for a guided hike that will visit each of park’s four installations by the world-renowned artist: Spire (2008), Wood Line (2010), Tree Fall (2013), and Earth Wall (2014). 50 Moraga Avenue, 10:30 a.m., Free with registration


COMEDY: Former SNL weirdo Jon Lovitz touches down at Cobb's, and this one's his last of a few shows in town. No, he's not dead, as was joked about on the SNL reunion special. 915 Columbus Avenue, 7:30 p.m., $30

SUNDAY STREETS: Welcome to the Tenderloin edition of this classic street closing/reclaiming festival. Expect a lively crowd as always and plenty of food stalls and music acts. GLIDE will be hosting a day of special activities on Ellis Street between Jones and Leavenworth Streets in conjunction. Fulton Street between Hyde and Larkin, Larkin to Ellis Street, Ellis to Jones Street, Jones to Golden Gate Avenue, and Golden Gate Avenue to Larkin Street, 11 a.m., Fee