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There’s so much going on in the Mission this weekend. And yes, the forecast calls for rain. But since when is everyone in San Francisco so afraid of getting a little wet? Don’t let the rain foil your plans for a good time.

Part Dance Party, Part History Lesson
Soundway Records and Groove Merchant present a record release party for Panama 3, an album that features the music of Panama from 1960-1975. Spinning will be DJ Beto, Vinnie Esparza, and Guillermo. Fri., Jan. 22. 10pm. $5. Elbo Room. 647 Valencia St. 415.552.7788

For Quentin Tarantino Fans Only
Instead of waiting patiently for it to appear in your mailbox via Netflix, or running to the video store only to find that it’s already been rented by someone else, here’s another chance to see Inglorious Basterds on the big screen. Jan. 22-27. See Roxie for movie times. Roxie. 3117 16th St. 415.863.1087

LoCura
The Revolution Cafe is a great place for a drink and some live music. Often its so packed that the party spills out into the streets. Its almost impossible to walk by without stopping for a moment to take in whatever happens to be going on that night. In the mood for a little Flamenco? “…LoCura creates an original blend of irresistible, high energy music that bridges cultures and transcends borders. Mesmerizing flamenco footwork and solid bass lines, fiery guitar and hard-hitting percussion support rich vocals with soaring harmonies, creating a vibrant collage of sound and movement. Emotionally charged music that ignites a pulsating dance party, provides food for the soul and uplifts the spirit.” – The Independent. Word is they’ll be shooting a music video so look your best! Fri., Jan. 22. 8:45pm. Free. Revolution Cafe. 3248 22nd St. 415.642.0474

SUB-Mission
Take a look at the live music lined up at Sub-Mission Gallery this weekend. Three bands will be playing on Friday: The Jank, The Octavian, and Middle Class Murder. Middle Class Murder plays charming little songs with simple vocal harmonies and they also do a really cute cover of Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s ‘Murder on the Dancefloor’. Fri., Jan. 22. 9pm-1:30am. $7. SUB-Mission. 2183 Mission St. 415.255.7227

Eric Rewitzer

Brush and Blade
Enjoy new work by local artist Eric Rewitzer at Studio 3579. There will also be tasty snacks provided by Lilah Belles, and cocktails. Plus, Bi-Rite creamery is right next store. Basically, everybody wins. Sat., Jan. 23. 6-9pm. Studio 3579. 499 Dolores. 415.626.2533

Talibam at Amnesia
Sometimes all you need to make some rockin tunes is a synthesizer and some drums. At least thats what Matt Mottel and Kevin Shea of Talibam seem to think. They just might be on to something. Sat., Jan. 23. 9pm. $8. Amnesia. 853 Valencia. 415.970.0012

Benefit for Tom Tom Magazine
Tom Tom is a magazine entirely devoted to female drummers. Enjoy a photo show featuring Tom Tom Magazine photographers while listening to live music from local, and not-so-local bands: Songs for Moms, Angry Men, Stls, and Hot Box. Sun., Jan. 24. 8pm-12am. $7. SUB-Mission. 2183 Mission St. 415.255.7227

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