Noah Dasho

Love At First Sight
We’ve all been there. Whether it be the real thing, infatuation, or the cumulative effect of multiple alcoholic beverages. What matters is it has an effect on us. An effect so strong that Artist-Xchange has devoted their entire gallery to it and transformed the front showroom into a sanctuary of love. Haven’t gotten around to buying anything for your sweetheart? Do some shopping for that special someone while listening to the electronic beats of Ben Thompson. Don’t forget, Valentine’s day is Feb 14. And yes, it’s another one of those capitalist ‘Hallmark Holidays’ etc. But it’s also a chance to show the ones you love just how much you care. Fri., Feb 5. 7-10pm. Artist-Xchange Gallery. 3169 16th Street. 415.864.1490

Roller Disco at Cellspace
Finally, the perfect excuse to wear short shorts and tube socks! “IndieFest is not responsible for alcohol impaired roller skating wipe outs!” Sat., Feb. 6. 8pm. $10; $5 in costume; or free with any IndieFest ticket stub. CellSpace. 2050 Bryant Street. 415.648.7562

Soap Gallery
See the photography of Jessica Harrison, Joshua Smith, Heidi Alletzhauser,Daniel Faibisoff, Brice Bischoff, Mike Shriver, and Lisa Mendelson. The show opens on Saturday with music by Eschew and runs till February 28th. Sat., Feb. 6. 6-9pm. Soap Gallery. 3180 Mission Street. 415.920.9199

Come out and dance to the best of what 90s alternative had to offer. Oh, and its free with flannel before 11pm. Should we really be encouraging more flannel? Sat., Feb 6. 9pm. Free with flannel before 11pm. The Knockout. 3223 Mission Street. 415.550.6994

It’s like an art-filled treasure hunt in the Mission. Get more information here. Sat., Feb 6. 1pm-midnight. MAPP. between Mission & Potrero, and 20th & 26th Streets.

All The Best
San Francisco artist Josh Ellington’s works will be at Mission Comics & Art starting Saturday February 6th. His work is best described in his own words: “I’m influenced by popular culture, particularly television and movies, and I’ve also always been a fan of comic books and collectible toys. I’m enamored with science and scientific advancements and lately, astronomy has had a big impact on my work. There’s something about the scale of the cosmic level that makes my brain buzz.” Reception on Sat., Feb. 6. 7pm. Mission Comics & Art. 3520 20th Street Suite B. 415.695.1545

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