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.


SHOW: "Ducktails, the increasingly less “solo” endeavor of Matt Mondanile, is set to release The Flower Lane, which is the project’s fourth album and his first for Domino." His show at the Chapel is all-ages, with Magic Trick to open777 Valencia Street, 8 p.m., $15

ART: It's the last day to see the Banksy rat (wearing a Che Guevara beret) at 836M. You can peak in through the window, just swing by! 836 Montgomery Street, Free


THEATER: Check out SFist's review of Phantom of the Opera and head to the show at the Orpheum! 1192 Market Street, 8 p.m., $60-80

BIKE TO THEATER: "Come out to this special night of theater that’s specifically for bicyclists! Join us for a preshow happy hour from 7-8 p.m. at A.C.T.’s Sky Bar (inside the Geary Theater) for complimentary beer and snacks. Patrons who bike to the theater receive a special discount on tickets ($35 Orchestra, $25 Mezzanine, and $10 Balcony), using code THEATERSFBC online or by phone." The show: "An outrageous new dark comedy from Stephen Adly Guirgis (The Motherf*cker with the Hat, Jesus Hopped the A Train)" called Between Riverside and Crazy


BEYONCÉ TRIBUTE: At Raven, "This Thursday we invite you to dance to DJ Mark Andrus's library of hit music videos from the 90s era! We are doing a birthday tribute to Beyonce, so expect to hear her hits with Destiny's Child from the 90s!! The night will be full of tasty hand-crafted cocktails, sweet dance moves, and great vibes!" 1151 Folsom St., 9 p.m., No Cover

EROTIC LITERARY NERDFEST: From the hosts at the Booksmith: "Welcome, Shipsters, to San Francisco's premier literary erotic fanfiction event. Six Great Writers destroy six notable characters from one Great Book on the first Thursday of every month at our home base, the Booksmith in San Francisco." This month it's Frankenstein on the surgical table, and "Frankie goes to Bonerwood, with the help of Kitty Stryker, Giselle Cheung, Lily Miller, Evan Burton, Molly Sanchez, and August winner Joe Wadlington." 1644 Haight St., 7 p.m., $10 advance tickets / $12 at the door


SHOW: The (esteemed) Hood Internet , a "Chicago duo comprised of ABX and STV SLV, were primarily concerned with mashing up other hip hop tracks to begin with, after they formed in 2007, but have since gone on to pursue original material, in the form of their one album to date, FEAT"

POINT BREAK LIVE: Honored with a City Proclamation from Mayor Gavin Newsom in 2008, Point Break Live! is a spoof of the 1991 blockbuster classic starring Patrick Swayze as Bodhi, the Zen-surfing leader of a gang of bank robbing adrenaline junkies called the Ex-Presidents, and Keanu Reeves as Johnny Utah, an ex-college football star turned undercover FBI Agent. This is the only "remake" you'll need, and there's just one show this month at DNA Lounge, so get over there. 375 11th Street, 6:30 p.m., $20-50


BURLESQUE: "Twirling tassels since 2006" is Bunny Pistol, who brings her Barbary Coast burlesque to Doc's Lab. She "has captivated audiences all over the USA and Europe." 124 Columbus Avenue, 8 p.m. Doors, 9 p.m. Show, $15 advance, $20 day-of

PIRATE SINGALONG: Sailors and scallywags join voices for an evening of traditional sea songs and chanteys in the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park’s monthly event. It's always a hit with kids and those who are fond of sneaking rum. Hyde Street Pier, 8 p.m., Free with RSVP


ZINES: "SF Zine Fest seeks to advance the do-it-yourself ethos by fostering community throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. In our annual weekend-long event, we celebrate and support independent writers, artists and creators, allowing them to share their work with an ever-growing audience in workshops, exhibitions and public events." It's at the San Francisco County Fair Building in Golden Gate Park, and this is the 14th annual installment. 1199 9th Ave and Lincoln Way, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Free


HIP HOP FESTIVAL: As SF Weekly writes of the fourth annual Hiero Day in West Oakland, "this year's rendition is bigger and better than ever" with an "imaginative lineup featuring Bay Area hip-hop greats (Hieroglyphics, Zion I, The Coup), as well as masters from beyond the Bay (Alkaholiks, Aceyalone), a bomb slate of well-known DJ's (Peanut Butter Wolf, DJ Rhettmatic), and a tastefully curated group of up-and-comers that need to be in your speakers (Saba, NxWorries)." 3rd and Chestnut St. in West Oakland, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., starts at $20