Play The Bay: 7 Events To Get Out And Go To

A new week has come and the Bay Area is chock full of events and things to do. Meet the men shaping the Tenderloin, learn why your relationship is fucked up, or sip the finest whiskey this side of the pacific. Get off your computer, load up your maps, and head out to these noteworthy events.



Mayor Willie Brown Talks Tenderloin

March 7, 12 PM – 1 PM
Tenderloin Museum

Ever since his Princess Diaries cameo, we’ve been wanting more of Mayor Willie Brown. Fortunately, the two-term former Mayor of San Francisco is headed to the Tenderloin Museum for a lunchtime presentation. He’ll discuss the Tenderloin’s past (before all the fancy pastry shops popped up) in conversation with Randy Shaw.

$22 | Get Tickets



TGIF’d Presents: Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

March 8, 8 PM – 10 PM
Lost Weekend Video

Fun fact: it’s been 20 years since Fresh Prince of Bel-Air was on the air. Before that sinks in, head down to Lost Weekend Video for some chillin’ out, maxin’, and relaxin’ all cool. Comics will put on the show, mute it, then act out the scenes making them better than they ever were. There will be free pizza, prizes, and maybe even one or two Carlton dances.

$5-$10 | Get Tickets


The North Face Mountain Athletics San Francisco
March 8 & 15, 6:30 PM — 7:30 PM
Marina Green Park

If you’ve managed to keep your New Year’s resolution this long, kudos. Keep it up with the help of The North Face Mountain Athletics trainers, who will take you through workouts aimed at achieving outdoor goals of all kinds. You’ve got this.




The Dorian’s Whiskey Society
March 9, 7 PM – 10 PM
The Dorian

“Member of The Dorian’s Whiskey Society” will sure look good on your Tinder bio. Under the chandelier-adorned ceiling, get a little high-brow on a Wednesday night as you clink and sip your way through Whistle Pig Distillery whiskeys with master distiller, Dave Pickerell.

$27 | Get Tickets


Networking With Bay Area Professionals: Resume Help & Job Search Advice
March 9, 6:30 PM — 8:30 PM
The Job Forum of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce

Make your job hunt a little easier (yes, it’s possible) with the help of the SF Chamber of Commerce. You’ll receive job search coaching, advice, and counsel including how to find contacts, develop clear job objectives, and clean up your resume.




Family Film Night: Cars 2
March 11, 6 PM — 10 PM
Presidio Community YMCA

Grab your kids (or borrow someone else’s) and camp out on the Presidio’s YMCA floor for a screening of Cars 2. Enjoy food trucks, cartoon shorts, free popcorn, and even It’s-It ice cream sandwiches!

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Endgames Improv: Your F!#&ed Up Relationship
March 11, 10:30 PM — 11:59 PM
Stage Werx Theatre

Due to extremely popular demand, this free improv show now operates on a first-come, first-served basis. What’s the draw? Audience members hit the stage to talk about a messed up relationship they’ve been involved in. Meanwhile, actors form scenes around what happened. Obviously, awkward and pained laughter ensues.

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