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This Week's Hottest Events: Thee Oh Sees, SF Beer Week, and Mortified

Thee Oh Sees

Music
Thee Oh Sees, Ty Segall, Sic Alps, and The Sandwitches
Four great bands and a benefit for The Coalition on Homelessness—sold. Donate a warm coat and win extra karma points. 
When: Wed. 2/9
Where: Great American Music Hall, 859 O'Farrell St.

Performance
Eonnagata
A story of gender fluidity—half man, half woman—told in dance/theater format with costumes by the late and great fashion designer extraordinaire Alexander McQueen.
When: Wed. 2/9 - Thurs. 2/10
Where: Zellerbach Hall, Bancroft Way and Telegraph Ave., Berkeley

Drink
SF Beer Week
Your weeklong excuse for consuming a massive quantity of beer—from booze and brew cocktails at 15 Romolo and pub quest scavenger hunts to the requisite Toronado visit and Beer to Brakers' charity ride. Check out our top beer week picks here.
When: Fri. 2/11 - Sun. 2/20
Where: Various venues

Comedy
Mortified Doomed Valentine's Show
If all this V-Day sap makes you cringe, sign up for this week's Mortified Doomed Valentine's Show. Instead of lovey-dovey mush, you'll get performances all about the ugly, awkward side of love, complete with the misery behind unanswered love letters, teenage make outs gone awry, and plenty of hilarious sexcapades. Check out more V-Day gigs here.
When: Thurs. 2/10 - Fri. 2/11
Where: Make-Out Room, 3225 22nd St.

Film
Silent Film Fest
This weekend's forecast is calling for rain, so plan to stay indoors and play it mellow at this silent film fest winter event. Spend all day at the Castro Theatre watching Charlie Chaplin shorts, the epically long film adaptation of Emile Zola's celebrated novel L'Argent, and the original La Bohéme, all accompanied by live music.
When: Sat. 2/12
Where: Castro Theatre, 429 Castro St.

Film
Annie Hall
The Academy Award-winning classic with Woody Allen and Diane Keaton could be the perfect alternative to fancy dinners and champagne toasts.
When: Sun. 2/13 - Tues. 2/15
Where: Red Vic Movie House, 1727 Haight St.