So! Have you heard about this thing called the Super Bowl, that’s apparently taking over our fair city in about a week’s time? No? What kind of media diet are you on? I would like to try it.
Yes, San Francisco is about to be taken over by some decidedly basic, fairly heteronormative celebrations. Lucky for those of us who are looking for something a little different, there’s a whole other kind of party this weekend just up the street from Super Bowl City — the 5th anniversary party for the GLBT History Museum.
From 7 to 9 p.m. this Friday, Jan. 29, you can drink wine, take a tour of the museum led by special guests from the community, take in a performance by some of the city’s best-loved drag kings, Momma’s Boyz, and dance to “underground queer hits from seven decades” courtesy of 48 Hills’ Marke B — all hosted by the inimitable Juanita More and Alex U. Inn. $5 – $10; details here.
Read on for other non-Super Bowl-related shindigs coming up this week for $20 or less — it’s this week’s Cheap Date.