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What You're Doing This Weekend, 5/9-10

Carlos Mencia and Charlie Murphy,roller girls, the Grateful Dead, How Weird Faire and Bad Movie Night

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    Comedian Carlos Mencia speaks during the California Rural Legal Assistance Teguino Celebration Gala at the Beverly Hilton Hotel . He will perform in Stockton on Saturday.

    THE MIND OF MENCIA: He may have his own show on Comedy Central but that's not good enough for Carlos Mencia. The comedian takes his show on the road to the Bob Hope Theatre, 242 E. Main St., in Stockton Saturday at 8 p.m. For tickets visit our friends at Live Nation

    OUT OF HIS SHADOW: Okay so he is best known because of his brother but Charlie Murphy is pretty funny in his own right. And he ahs proven that over and over on the Chapelle Show. The comedian will bring his stories to Tommy T's, 5104 Hopyard Rd., in Pleasanton Saturday at 9:30 p.m. Tickets are available from Tickets Web.

    CHICK FIGHT: The Best of the West  Bay Area Derby Girls All-Star team hosts the Rat CityRollergirls at the Fort Mason Pavilion on Saturday. For more information or tickets check out their Web site.

    NOT ALL GONE: Jerry Garcia may not be around anymore but the Grateful Dead are still trying to keep their loyal deadheads entertained. Bust out your favorite tie dye shirt and drive to the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View on Sunday. Tickets are available from Yahoo Tickets.

    HOW WEIRD: Don't be surprised by anything at the 10th annual How Weird Street Faire from noon to 7 p.m. at Howard and 2nd streets in San Francisco on Sunday. The ten blocks of art and celebration will blow your mind. For more information visit their Web site.  

    STAR TREK SUCKS: Can't afford to go see Star Trek this weekend? No worries, it's probably terrible anyway. The Live and Let Die - Bad Movie Night lets you save money and still watch a crappy movie. Roll through to the Dark Room Theatre, 2263 Mission St., in San Francisco at 8 p.m. on Sunday and lets your inner Mystery Science Teater 3000 out. It's only $5 to get in.