1/13: Sneak To Sip in Prohibition

Plus, discussing Huey Newton's work and some big band swing

Christian Farr

OFF THE SAUCE: Learn how people lived without their good friends Captain Morgan and Jack Daniels at Prohibition: Then and Now. This one-night event at CounterPulse in SOMA features authors, bar owners, and a marijuana business theorist. Hide your flasks in your socks at 7:30 p.m. [funcheapSF]

REVOLUTIONARY LIT: Tonight head to City Lights Books for a discussion of Huey Newton's To Die for the People. Whether the Black Panthers are viewed as heroes or terrorists, no one can question Newton's status as one of America's most important revolutionaries. David Hillard leads the discussion of this insightful look into the Party's internal struggles starting at 7 p.m.

IF IT AIN'T GOT THAT SWING: Then it won't be on the playlist tonight for Fasmania, an eighteen-piece contemporary big bang. Led by husband and wife duo, Louis and Kelly Fasman, the group has been together for over ten years and performs compositions written exclusively by band members and local composers. Enjoy the show tonight at 7:30 p.m. at Senzala Brazilian Restaurant. [Artsopolis]

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