Hope you got some sleep last night, because this weekend’s chockablock with things to do.

First, the smart set will flood the Mission’s streets and venues for Litcrawl, the Litquake’s grand finale that brings dozens of readings to bars, galleries and alleys.

The SF Doc Fest opens tonight at the Roxie Theater. Our Veronica Moscoso has the story.

Southern Exposure throws a block party to celebrate its new space at 20th and Alabama streets.

And if that wasn’t enough, the San Francisco Trolley Dances are today and tomorrow. Meet at the Hidalgo statue in Dolores Park, and wind through the city seeing some of SF’s best dance troupes perform outdoor, site-specific works.

In other news, three people were arrested in connection with the beating of actor Christopher Borgzinner on the 9-San Bruno bus.

McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern, the literary journal published out of 826 Valencia, is putting out a newspaper next month.

And, Muni Diaries is seeking your submission to its obituarities. Care to memorialize the 26-Valencia line?

Finally, Yo la Tengo is playing a free brunch show at Aquarius Records on Sunday before heading over to Treasure Island. Really.

Enjoy!

Bridget Huber

Bridget writes about community groups, non-profits and collectives for Mission Loc@l.

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