1/15-17: SFMOMA's 75th Anniversary Celebration

Plus, MLK Jazz, hard rock aerobics, and more

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    A Jackson Pollock Painting at the SFMOMA 75th Anniversary Celebration

    YOU'RE GETTING OLD: This holiday weekend you're invited to the big birthday bash that is SFMOMA's 75th Anniversary Celebration. Enjoy Saturday evening performances, Sunday family day, installations by artists Bill Fontana and Allison Smith, and 75 gallery talks led by members of the Bay Area creative community. Happy Birthday, SFMOMA!

    PLAYTIME: Duo James and Yuki make up the indie sensation, White Lies co-touring, New York Times and Nylon magazine acclaimed Asobi Seksu. Hear an acoustic set of their dreamy pop this Sunday at Cafe du Nord at 7:30 p.m. [7x7]

    JAZZACTIVISM: This Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend hear all your favorite old hymns in a new way. Get to the Red Poppy Art House tonight at 8 p.m. to hear the Marcus Shelby Quartet, featuring Bay Area legend Faye Carol on vocals, play MLK & Jazz - Celebrating the History of Civil RIghts Music. The group will explore the jazz, freedom songs, spirituals, and blues music essential to the success of the movement. [SF Weekly]

    HEADBANGERS BURN CALORIES: Olivia Newton John never saw this one coming! Workshop is targeting all your hard rock exercisers out there with Heavy Metal Aerobics. Donnelle Malnik leads the way as you get in shape to Judas Priest, Metallica, Iron Maiden and more. First rockout workout starts at 1:30 p.m. this Sunday.

    BOBBY LEE COMEDEE: Activate your funny bones for Bobby Lee, the Korean American comedian currently starring as multiple recurring Asian characters on MADtv. If you come to the Improv Comedy Club tonight, you might get to see his Kim Jong Il impersonation. [Artsopolis]

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