Here is your list of five things you could do today in the Bay Area.
Ask a Scientist
Have you ever wanted to be an astronaut? Maybe you couldn't quite make the cut. Well at least you could go to a cool little cafe and ask a scientist what it's like to be in space and just how to survive.
The show will begin at the Axis Cafe & Gallery om San Francisco.
Axis Cafe 1201 Eighth Street San Francisco
Jay Blakesberg at the Independent
Are you more into music than science. Well you could check out Jay Blakesberg at the Independent. The minipop rock band will play the small Western Addition club in San Francisco at 6:30 p.m.
Are you more of a history buff? How about checking out the Asian Art Museum's exhibit Afghanistan: Hidden Treasures From the National Museum, Kabul.
The exhibit has unearthed rare hidden treasures only recently discovered in the war torn Afghanistan. From ancient Buddhist relics to local displays of art, the exhibit has a little bit of everything Afghanistan.
The museum is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Asian Art Museum 200 Larkin St San Francisco
"Will Your Business Survive the Latest Economy?"
Are you worried about the struggling economy? Maybe you need some answers about what to do if your small business goes under or if you were to lose your job.
It might be worth checking out seminar at the Silicon Valley Capital Club entitled "Will Your Business Survive the Latest Economy?"
The event begins at 5 p.m. and it will feature guest speaker Barbara Zenz, President and CEO of The Stephenz Group.
Silicon Valley Capital Club 50 West San Fernando San Jose
San Francisco Comedy Night
Maybe you prefer a good laugh instead? Okay well how about checking out San Francisco Comedy Night at the Rickshaw Stop?
The show will feature political comic Dough Stanhope at 8 p.m. Stanhope made a name for himself as a former presidential candidate for the Libertarian Party and host of Comedy Central's "The Man Show."
Admission is $20 and tickets may be purchased in advance from Brown Paper Tickets.
The Rickshaw Stop 155 Fell St San Francisco